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East Austria

The natural jewels of Eastern Austria


Emerald green lakes and rugged rock faces, wildly romantic river valleys with castle ruins and rock pulpits, hilly vineyards and small medieval towns, jungle-like riparian forests, deep canyons and crystal clear floods - let's go to Eastern Austria!

Austria is world famous for its lush alpine pastures and majestic mountains. Rightly. But the “Alpine Republic” can do a lot more. The east of Austria alone offers a mosaic of diverse, enchanting natural and cultural landscapes in the smallest of spaces. Here oceanic and Pannonian climates meet, here the Alps merge into gentle hilly landscapes and flat steppes, shaped by the water masses of the Danube and its tributaries. On this nature tour we proudly show you the natural jewels of our homeland: famous natural classics that you have to see. But also our favorite places and insider tips that you won't find in any travel guide.

Together with a ranger, we track the wildcats at night in the Thayatal National Park. During the day we explore orbiting mountains and watch green lizards. We get to know the Weinviertel with the original form of the bicycle and spend the night in an old Weinviertel house with a rustic wine cellar and award-winning "grape juices". We glide with the canoe through the jungle of the Donauauen National Park, walk over unique Pannonian dry grassland and visit the WWF Marchegg floodplain reserve. In the Alps we explore deep gorges and bathe in emerald green rivers. A detour to the "most beautiful place in Austria" should not be missed. We also hike on "Indian trails" along and over the Salza, the epitome of the wild Alpine river. We march through the impressive "Grand Canyon of Austria", the Ötschergräben, and garnish our trip with a high-altitude hike through the heart of the Wachau, the world-famous cultural landscape on Austria's great river. Last but not least, we end our nature tour with a hike through the wild and romantic Kamptal and visit one of the last remains of the primeval forest in Central Europe.

All of this in a small group of max. 8 participants, led by highly qualified biologists or wilderness guides.


Detailed information

In the following information sheet you will find all further information about the exact course of the tour, dates & prices, services as well as general important information.

And here you can book this tour!

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