Ogliastra is a land full of wonders: from the turquoise sea to the wild mountain, it is one of the places in Sardinia where you feel the most contact with nature. An uncontaminated nature to be discovered with the support of those who know this land very well.
How many times have you wanted to go on a hike but have never dared because you thought it was too tiring, that you did not have the right physique or that you were unable to endure so many kilometers of walking? Luca Deiana, qualified hiking guide, with his passion and knowledge of the most magical Sardinian routes manages to infect and
drag any hiker with him: from the novice to the most experienced.
But if you don’t need to be great athletes or new Bear Grills to explore the wild mountains and pristine beaches, between streams, caves, gorges and animals that occasionally appear, what characteristics do you need to have to experience such an experience? Don’t be afraid to go beyond your mental limits and be so, so curious.
Since childhood Luca Deiana has had a passion for nature and this is where his path begins, always consistent up to the Master’s Degree in Environmental Sciences and Technologies, the achievement of the AIGAE title, and access to the regional Register of environmental guides. His training and his innate interest in botany, geology, and biodiversity, combined with the desire to explore the territory by finding every detail and secret, have forged over time an expert, reliable, professional figure with a single purpose: to transmit his passion to his companions through Hiking for you, the company he owns.
From Ogliastra to Nuoro, from Sulcis to Campidano, there is no limit for him: his routes are all special. Although there is always a favorite for which the heart beats a little faster. For Luca Deiana the most trodden route is undoubtedly the wild Ogliastra Supramonte, with its panoramas and its unmatched historical, archaeological, botanical, geological and gastronomic heritage. The sea that seems unreachable and that calls you from below with its crystalline blue. The scent of cistus, the magic of the nuragic columbine in bloom and the wonderful feeling of being at home. His eyes light up when he tells us how nice it is to welcome your companions early in the morning, when everything around is silent. Or when hikers are caught by the surprise of those who discover the fossil of a sea shell on top of the Supramonte. How is it possible?
Those who rely on Hiking for you discover that the earth that you walk on with your hiking shoes is the result of millions of years of history, evolution, erosion. How many winters have those rocks gone by? What is the name of that peeping flower?
But what does it take to share a journey with him, in addition to a backpack, comfortable shoes, and a packed lunch when the journey does not include a stop at the fold? His answer is instantaneous: the desire to discover and challenge one’s limits by leaving one’s comfort zone. And what happens after the excursion? Luca Deiana calls it the Supramonte pain: the desire to relive the experience arrives, where the rest doesn’t exist and there is only you, to challenge yourself and enjoy all that nature offers with the feeling of having left a family to return to as soon as possible.
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