Natural Greece’s Wildlife Holiday on Crete, Greece, made it to the Top 10 of incredible (and surprising) European Wildlife Holidays. As featured in the British newspaper The Telegraph. The Wildife holiday to Crete with departure date 23 September 2017 showcases the rich flora and fauna of Crete. During the 8-day

Review of the Northern Greece Birdwatching Holiday 8-15 May 2017 by traveler Rosemary Richards 1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday? There was so many probably the most exciting was seeing a golden eagle, we sighted about 4 but one was quite low and very

It is not easy to imagine that there are places so close to the city of Athens and yet so rich in rare and beautiful plants. Getting to know the plant diversity of the nearby areas is one of the goals of Natural Greece’s Athens Eco Tours and it was achieved by Katerina

Think destination Greece… It probably evokes images of blue waters, sandy beaches, white-washed island houses and antiquities. These 5 Best Kept Secrets – a guest blog of Natural Greece for Days to Come – show you another side of this diverse country. In case you need more reasons to come…

Why there is all this talk about Greek flora? There are many different reasons, but in brief: it is the geographical position of the country, which enriches the flora with elements from the Balkans, Anatolia, central and north Europe, even north Africa, and its geological past that led to the creation

Great news for North Greece, the Pindos mountains & its Brown bears. Natural Greece’s Wild Bears in Northern Pindos Holiday is selected as a top holiday to take in 2017 by both renowned newspaper THE TIMES and Escapism Magazine. Escapism Magazine is UK’s biggest independent travel magazine. Escapism Magazine mentions it as one of the

“There’s a bear..there’s a bear” Account of Natural Greece traveller Dragan Simic in travel blogspot “10.000 birds”. Dragan participated in the Brown Bears in Northern Pindos trip in September 2016. About a quarter of the world’s Brown Bears live in Europe (including the Russian part of it), some 55,000, divided