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The Natural Adventure Company

The Natural Adventure Company

Headquarters in London, England

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  • CM

    Camino Portugues: Central Way

    Written on October 15th, 2022
    We loved our Camino experience. We felt we had everything we needed from the tour company. We will use company again.
  • Coastal Trails of Alentejo and Algarve reviewer 2

    Coastal Trails of Alentejo and Algarve

    Written on September 30th, 2022
    Excellent tour with seamless organisation.
  • Camino Frances Last 100 km: Sarria to Santiago in 7 Days reviewer 3

    Camino Frances Last 100 km: Sarria to Santiago in 7 Days

    Written on September 18th, 2022
    My bags were transferred smoothly and efficiently and were always waiting for me at my hotel. My only criticism is the hotels were often hard to find. I would g…
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  • JM

    Alpe Adria Trail: Kranjska Gora to Cividale del Friuli

    Written on September 17th, 2022
    Terrific tour Great hiking Good accommodations Nothing but good memories If you’re reasonably fit Highly recommended
  • GS

    Lakes and Valleys of Slovenian Alps

    Written on September 26th, 2021
    Amazing! It was everything I hoped for and more!
  • C

    Trails of Albanian Alps

    Written on September 8th, 2020
    Excellent routes, hotels and nice people. As described. The purely online chat/email contact with Natural Adventure surpised me at first but I soon became a…
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  • J

    Polish High Tatras, Dunajec Gorge and Krakow

    Written on November 20th, 2019
    Everything was just outstanding! Our Guide Sebastian was very professional, attuned to our needs and knowledgeable in the history of the places we visited. He c…
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  • R

    Rota Vicentina Complete

    Written on November 20th, 2019
    A friend, his wife, my wife and I utilized tourradar to hike the coastal paths of southern Portugal. The support was excellent and completely satisfied our nee…
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  • B

    South Montenegro and Kotor Bay: Summit to Sea

    Written on November 20th, 2019
    Another excellent walking holiday arranged through NAC. Perfect organisation of pick ups and transfers, and a beautiful place to visit and explore on foot.
  • Walking the Amalfi Coast and Mountains reviewer 10

    Walking the Amalfi Coast and Mountains

    Written on October 26th, 2019
    Really enjoyed the tour. The walks were beautiful but we did not expect so many stairs. Some of the walks had some difficult parts that if you were not physic…
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About The Natural Adventure Company

The Natural Adventure Company is providing quality self-guided walking holidays, special interest tours and active adventures in the heart of the spectacular nature of the Balkan region, Central and Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean. We are dedicated to offering unforgettable walking holidays that place our hikers in the very heart of a diverse selection of outstanding natural environments and provides the opportunity to soak up the culture and history of the regions they visit.


Only a few other parts of Europe offer such range of exceptional natural diversity within a relatively compact geographical region. When Peter Duncan took up a friend’s invitation to make his first visit to this part of Europe, he was faced with an abundance of surprises. He happily admits: “Whilst I had visited many other regions of the world, this was a part of Europe, almost on my doorstep, which I knew so little about”. Peter’s initial visit revealed to him the area’s immense potential as a self-guided hiking or adventure holiday destination, as well as the opportunity to discover its rich and ancient culture. Nature. From the Carpathian mountains in the North, to the region that stretches to the Black Mountains in the East, and from the Black Sea in the West, to the shores of the Aegean in the South. This part of the Old continent includes some of Europe’s most ancient and unspoiled natural environments. There are some of the continent’s oldest mountain ranges, last primeval forests, glacial lakes, largest caves and most unique natural rock phenomena. Europe’s largest canyon – Vikos Gorge (2nd only to the Grand Canyon), and the world famous Danube river. Ancient Culture. As Peter Duncan travelled through the area, he discovered its rich history, culture, and importance as a crossroads of civilizations and empires. Although sometimes perceived as the “New Europe” this part of the continent includes some of the most ancient countries and civilizations, being the one time home of: Ancient Greeks, Illyrians, Thracians, Romans, Alexander The Great, Spartacus, Saxons and parts of the Byzantine and Venetian, Austro Hungarian, and Ottoman empire. The region is awash with myth and legend and abounds in archaeological sites, as well as ancient monasteries, fairytale castles, fortresses, museums, and galleries. Many rural areas still maintain their traditional customs and way of life, along with the warmth and hospitality for which the people have long been known. Folk singing and dancing play a large part in the regional’s calendar. The participants in those events often adopting their local costumes to take part in the festivals and rituals that have been a part of community life for centuries. The region’s large number of accredited UNESCO natural and cultural world heritage sites have also assured its recognition on the world tourism stage. Cuisine. The region is home to a wonderful mix of food and wine. From traditional Polish, Slovakian, and Romanian cuisine in the north, to Greek, Turkish, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern influences in the South. This part of Europe has a well-deserved reputation for diverse and distinctive cuisine. The region has been famed and respected for wine production since ancient times! Climate. In addition to the spectacular nature, ancient culture, and great cuisine the area has a climate that ranges from continental in the north, to sub-tropical in the South. Offering long hours of sunshine, mild nights and some of the cleanest air in Europe.


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Difficulty Grades

The guidelines below should give you a general idea of what to expect from your walking holiday. Hiking times and distances are affected by the steepness of terrain and elevation change i.e. a 10 km easy hike may take 3 hours along a fairly flat route but a 10 km moderate hike up and downhill over steeper terrain may take 5-6 hours. Therefore if in doubt it is better to refer to both time and distance.

Relaxed and mild walks suitable for walkers with average levels of fitness and who are in general good health. These walks are typically on maintained trails or timber roads and have marked trails with signage. Gradients are mild with no steep uphill or downhill section. No previous hiking experience is required and they are suitable for novices and different age groups. Easy grade holidays may also include discovery holidays including cultural sightseeing opportunities, city visits and excursions such as visits to museums, archaeological sites and wine tours along with some easy walks. Walking is typically limited to 3-5 hours per day (up to 13 km of walking).

Easy to Moderate
Mostly Easy but may include longer moderate hikes (up to 16 km) on some days with some moderate uphill /downhill elevations and steeper ascents /descents. Generally routes will be well maintained but may involve some mixed/rougher terrain on certain days. Walking is on average 4-6 hours per day (up to 16 km of walking).

Suitable for more regular hikers who are generally fit. Moderate grade itineraries include longer walking days and steeper accents and descents. May include longer stretches of uphill climbs and descents or a number of shorter steeper uphill and downhill sections along route. Terrain may be mixed including rocky area areas and mixed surfaces underfoot. Moderate grade holidays include on average 4-7 hours of walking per day (up to 20 km of walking).

Moderate to Streneous
Suitable for active hikers with a good level of fitness looking for more demanding and challenging hikes and who are well fit. Moderate to strenuous itineraries involve extended steep ascents and descents along routes. May also include high mountain (alpine) terrain which is rugged and rough underfoot and some sections of scrambling. Mostly moderate walks but may include longer strenuous treks (up to 25 km / 8 hours) on some days. The itinerary may include hut to hut walks on some days and require carrying your own belongings/backpack along route. Moderate to strenuous grade holidays include on average 5-9 hours of walking per day (up to 24 km of walking).

For very experienced hikers with a high level of fitness. Navigation skills required. Strenuous itineraries include steep accents and descent over rough and varied terrain in higher mountain regions and may include some exposed areas, fixed ropes and scrambling. These trips may be in expedition style and may require 7-10 hours of hard trekking per day. The itinerary may include hut to hut walks on some or all days and require carrying your own belongings/backpack along route. Strenuous grade holidays include on average 7-10 hours of walking per day (20+ km of walking).

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