At a 1 ½-hour drive from Thessaloniki, the National Park Lake Kerkini is easily accessible. Even this winter, with a “Corona tsunami” pestering the European continent, nature photographers and birdwatchers alike have arrived here to adore its many birds and stunning landscape. True, there were fewer travelers than expected. But there
Tour Operator Natural Greece has signed up to Tourism Declares, an initiative that supports organizations in tourism declaring a climate emergency and taking purposeful action to reduce their carbon emissions as per the advice from The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to cut global carbon emissions to 55% below 2017 levels by 2030.
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
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
Have you ever considered taking a Lake Kerkini Birding Break in winter? The 3 friends Mike, Bob and Steve from the UK decided to give it a try, on 8-11 February 2019. Here’s their trip report. “We’ve just returned from a really great trip around Lake Kerkini. Mid-February was not going to be the best time
Dimitra Christidi saw her Summer dream come true in the National Marine Park of Alonissos, Volunteering with dolphins in Greece. “Ever since I can remember I was fascinated by marine life and the million different organisms that resided in the aquatic habitat. But my excitement for cetaceans could not be