Dolomite Ski Safari, Snow Zebras not Included
Ski from resort to resort, and discover the best way to apres-ski: to keep skiing.
What others say about us
"In his latest business venture, the chef, travel writer and photographer tailors experiences that will be more fulfilling than mass tourism, using a crew of 'dream makers' expert in their field."
- South China Morning Post
"Despite traveling with young kids, we could see the best places and temples; far from the crowd and literally on our own! What a treat! Our children felt at home running around the temples and climbing on the old, huge trees!"
-Sofia & her family on their journey to Cambodia
"My journey with Blue Flower across the width of Kyrgystan provided exactly what I wanted, a well planned but flexible itinerary, a connection with the country and its people and a healthy dose of spontaneous adventure."
- Graeme on his journey in Kyrgyzstan
"Andrea Oschetti has swapped life in the corporate sphere to cater for a growing band of sophisticated world traverls."
- Asia Times
"Andrea did a wonderful job designing an itinerary to suit three generations of diverse interests, and was flexible and responsive to last minute changes and requests. He showed us many hidden treasures of this beautiful region that would have missed we're it not for him."
- Heather on her journey in Italy
"We got to witness three large packs in different camps and on one occasion an impala kill challenged by a pack of hyenas. Elephants were in abundance, large herds of buffalo, giraffe and the list goes on.... "
- Rhonda and Richard on their journey in Botswana
A POSSIBLE BEAUTIFUL ITINERARY
Follow Your Skiing Dreams
Alta Badia in the Dolomites is a ski area only for connoisseurs. The food, the hospitality, and the landscapes make it one of the treasures of the Italian Alps. When you arrive at this secluded mountain range, the conditions are perfect for skiing. There is no rush. The cuisine and the wines are more than enough to while away the evening. Tomorrow… Oh, tomorrow you hit the slopes!
Superski Is not an Exaggeration
After breakfast, you head to the tracks to meet your certified, professional ski guide. He hands your Skipass. This opens the Dolomiti Superski, a network of 130 km of prepared pistes and over 50 ski lifts. You could ski all day and never have to repeat a line. All the while, you go through enchanted villages, and traditional restaurants. Skiing is the best way to get around. You do not need to save anything for the way back, each night you arrive at a different rifugio.Read more
Discover New Cultures Through Skiing
There is always something new to see in the Dolomites. The enrosadira caught you by surprise yesterday. Beautiful landscapes and exciting skiing blend perfectly here. It’s time jump from valley to valley. The Ladin culture has been well preserved by the mountains. Their cuisine is unique, and their woodcutting craft is mesmerizing.
It is time to meet The Queen of the Dolomites: Marmolada Glacier. The views from here are dramatic and something that you will carry with you forever. The skiing is nothing to sniff at. Your skiing adventure is almost over, but first, you need to brave the slopes of Cortina, where the Olympic Downhill Track is sure to challenge your skills. Or perhaps take it to gentler slopes and enjoy another leisurely meal in this magical corner of the world.