Discovering Monte Cucco caves in Umbria

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Activity type: Hiking
Activity level: Moderate
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2 Oct 2019 - 31 Oct 2020

Duration: 1-99 Day(s) / Daily Rate
Price: from $470 / Negotiable

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A nice trekking along ancient paths, with wonderful views over the green valleys.

We cross beautiful beech woods, immersed in the nature of the Apennines between Umbria and Marche.

Adventurous descent to discover of the underground world of Monte Cucco cave. Huge rooms carved by natural phenomena, impressive natural sculptures.

The Monte Cucco cave, with over 30 km of tunnels, and almost 1000 m deep, is one of the most important caves systems in Europe.

Reaching the huge karst basin of “Pian delle Macinare”, dug out of the natural events by time.

Relaxing stop in a characteristic mountain refuge, tasting the local flavors.

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Price includes

  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Ticket

Not included in price

  • Meals
  • Transportation

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Kailas - The Italian Outdoor

Italy, Milan

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The Italian Outdoor is an Italian tour operator founded in 1998 by a group of geologists. We organize hiking and biking tours, from the alps to the sea with a particular focus on the geological, natural. historical and archaeological heritage.

We consider our coustomers as travelers, and our aim is to take them to discover the beauties of our country in an active way.

Our trips combine real outdoor experiences (hiking, biking, canoeing and skiing) with cultural visits to discover traditions and beautiful country side.

Obviously, we don't forget the very important factor of tasting the good traditional food of the area we are visiting, including the experience of wine tasting in prestigious wineyards.

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Italy, Umbria, Province of Perugia, Costacciaro

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