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Mountain Guide Giuseppe Cosenza

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Nature is my home. My name is Joseph Cosenza I am a Trekking Guide and Official Guide of the Pollino National Park. I love nature in all its forms and I love to accompany the people in the most beautiful places of my land, in the hope that also serves to protect them. My passion started when I was small, my grandparents’ house, in the countryside: I played with chickens, turkeys, pigs, goats and donkeys. Then a long “militancy” in... Read more

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Are you ready for a fabulous trip with Viaggiare Nel Pollino?
Mountain Guide Giuseppe Cosenza

Nature is my home.

My name is Joseph Cosenza
I am a Trekking Guide and Official Guide of the Pollino National Park.

I love nature in all its forms and I love to accompany the people in the most beautiful places of my land, in the hope that also serves to protect them.

My passion started when I was small, my grandparents’ house, in the countryside: I played with chickens, turkeys, pigs, goats and donkeys. Then a long “militancy” in the WWF especially in the years of the Agricultural University in Perugia.
As well as the love of local history, which made me discover that my land was also the scene of major settlements, events and hides ancient traditions.
Now, I am also of the farm to the oak of Licari, open from December 2014, in Laino Borgo (CS), where we can meet for a new exploration of the Pollino.

I wait for you.
e-mail guida@viaggiarenelpollino.it – phone 0039.347.2631462

I offer you:
Hiking
Tour by car
Guided visit
Agriturismo


From Pollino to Matera

From Pollino National Park to Matera Town: The essence of Basilicata.

From the alpine landscapes of the Pollino National Park, with very old “Pino Loricato” (Bosnian pine: Pinus leucodermis) and beech forests, crossing the arid hills and ravines of Matera region, ending in the wonderful town of the “Sassi”.


Orchids Photo Hunting

As beautiful as unknown, wild orchids dot our meadows and forests in spring. The hunt for the most beautiful and rarest ones begins in March and ends in September.

In one day you can visit dozens of sites and “capture” the prettiest orchids in the Pollino National Park.