- Travel Plan
- Additional Info
Because we are locals and travel experts, let us inspire and guide you in our beloved land. We will be happy to create unforgettable experiences for you, your family, and your friends.
Only in the best season
Our trips are scheduled every week in the months of high season for bear watching, MAY, JUNE, and SEPTEMBER, which also do not coincide with the high season of summer occupation.
- Breakfast and dinner
- Certified hiking guide (1 day)
- First class or best available hotels in the area
- Guided canoe route
- Guided wildlife observation
- Horseback riding (1 day / 2 day optional)
- Medical insurance and emergency insurance
- Observation and participation in allowed activities
- Professionally guided tour
- Surf lesson (OR) SUP ride
- Trip organization and management.
- Any change due to unexpected incidents
- Departure Taxes or Visa handling fees
- Excess baggage charge
- Personal expenses
- Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
- Single room subject to extra charges
- Tips to guide and driver
- We propose a trip through the heart of Asturias: from bear territory high in the Cordillera to the wild waves of the Cantabrian Sea coast
More about Asturias (Spain)
In Asturias, there are regal mountains populated by wild bears and an untamed coastline full of beautiful beaches. There are mountain villages anchored in time and some of the most beautiful fishing villages in Spain. But there is also very rich gastronomy famous for the quality of the raw materials from the sea, orchards, and mountains, as well as a rich history with abundant pre-Romanesque traces and culture with a significant Celtic influence.
More about this tour
The trip is the result of years of experience in the area, which allows us to have selected the most suitable hotels, restaurants, and activities for each type of client. Thus, we can offer accommodation in rustic rural houses with all the comforts, as well as in modern mountain hotels and even in palatial residences.
Whatever your travel profile, we can adjust the duration and intensity of the excursions: from quiet family walks to demanding high mountain challenges.
The Home of The Brown Bear
Surrounded by other beautiful Natural Parks, the Somiedo Natural Park is a highly interesting natural area declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2000. It is located in the southwestern part of Asturias (Northern Spain), in the Cantabrian Mountains, and extends for five large valleys covering an area of 283 km².
Its great scenic appeal, glacial influence and with a notable variation in altitude, is made up of forests and meadows that give shelter to Brown Bears, Wolves, Deer, and other mammals, as well as a multitude of bird species such as the Golden Eagle, and also amphibians, reptiles and insects.
The weather in Asturias is quite unpredictable and changeable, so it is essential to be prepared for all kinds of conditions.
The material is also conditioned by the different environments (mountains, rivers, and beaches) nd the various sports practiced (hiking, horseback riding, canoeing and surfing).
- Attack backpack (20 / 25 L)
- Hiking boots (low or mid-calf recommended).
- Trekking poles (optional)
- Long hiking trousers
- Sweatshirt and/or fleece
- Thermal shirt (first layer). A spare change
- Waterproof jacket
- Extra socks
- Hat & Sun protection cream
- Swimming suit
- Rash guard (optional)
- River slippers
- Head lamp
- External batteries (Phone)
- Water canteen
- Multi-purpose knife
- First aid kit and essential toiletries
Very important to carry out just indispensable materials and clothing to walk at ease. You would not need to take food supplies, and clothing can be hand-wash daily. We recommend backpack weight between 6 to 10 kg.
No need for a sleeping bag, but a silk or cotton sheet bag was requested.