Coronavirus update for travel to Greece – Greece has managed to flatten the curve more so than any other country in Europe , with stringent measures and vigilance. As per 4 May 2020 the lockdown in Greece ends. What is known so far is that on May 18, the government plans to allow free movement

If you plan to visit Athens and are looking for a meaningful experience, there’s 1 place to go: The Sea Turtle Rescue Center along the Athens Riviera. Europe’s biggest Turtle Rescue Center is run by Archelon, the Sea turtle protection society. Little known fact: Greece is the European country with the most sea turtle nests. And this is the

The Independent article “INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: HOW TRAVEL IS LEVELLING THE PLAYING FIELD FOR WOMEN” talks about the growing demand for Women in Travel, Female Tour Guides & woman-led Tour Operator Natural Greece . Kudos to Catherine Roberts & The Independent for putting Women in Travel on the map! “Demand for female-led

This fall 32 ladies from The Netherlands set out to explore the hidden gems of Northern Greece. From cultural highlights to wine-drenched wild bear tracking to a WW2 fortress and mushroom liquor tastings. It was an unforgettable journey led by a Dutch baker with a travel bug. The one and

An unprecedented increase was recently observed in the dolphin populations of Greece, living in the Northern Sporades Marine Park! In the middle of the Aegean Sea, you can find the Sporades islands, which consist of the famous triplet of Skiathos-Skopelos-Alonissos and many other uninhabited islets. The National Marine Park of

Yesterday, we had the chance to get out of the office and take Eric from Oregon, USA to a half-day birding trip. He and his wife came to Greece, for a few days holiday time and he managed to steal one weekday afternoon and go birding with us to the

Michael and Kendall are two very enthusiastic birders from Kansas, USA. They came to Greece, during their European tour, together with their family, along the SE coastline, including Italy, Greece and Croatia. So, before they followed the groups’ demands and moved to Santorini, they had roughly two-three days to go