Exploration is our passion and Crete is the finest terrain for this.
Our aim is to create great memories and unique experiences through outdoor activities, however we never forget safety.
Our team consists of well trained individuals who have attended mountaineering schools and are certified Mountain Leaders. Most of our guides are graduates from the National School of Mountain Leaders and they are members of the Hellenic Mountain Leaders Association ( https://hmla.com.gr/ ).
In addition, all of our team members have taken part in Mountain Climbing schools of the Hellenic Federation of Mountaineering & Climbing
(https://www.eooa.gr/?page_id=575 ). Our guides are also certificated in providing first aid by the Hellenic Red Cross and by the mountain schools that are mentioned above.
It is important to us to make you feel safe on the path so that you can enjoy this outdoor activity carefree. The Cretan landscape is yours to explore, having joy and fun.
So…stay safe, have fun and see you on the trail!
Giorgos first experienced the world of exploration when he was a student still, riding his motorbike. After his graduation he discovered the mainland of Greece with his motorcycle and his adventure travels.
Back then in 2007 he came into contact with the magical world of the mountains for the first time, fascinated by what he saw and experienced he became a nature lover.
Since then and after countless Kilometers of hiking in the mountains of Crete and Greece and after attending in mountain and climbing schools he succeeded in becoming a mountain leader.
Giorgos is a graduate of the National school of Mountain Leaders and he is a member of the Hellenic Mountain Leaders Association.
Hara, 32 years “young”, has an educational background in International Relations from the Panteion University of Athens. For the last 3 years, she has been living in Crete and working for ARCHELON (The Sea Turtle Protection Society of Greece) as a Volunteer Officer during the weekdays. She gained several qualifications which range from climbing and mountaineering to scuba diving during her free time. Upon completion of her certificate as a Mountain Leader in the Vocational Institution of Rethymno, Chara developed her soft skills in the field. She is a naturalist and an explorer who enjoys expanding and sharing her knowledge of local flora and fauna. Her wish is to enhance people’s environmental ethics while enjoying the cretan wild landscape in an interactive way.
Enjoyment of nature and tranquility of the mind meet in one place,…Crete!