Immerse yourself in the innermost and wildest Ogliastra, in central-eastern Sardinia, on a suggestive path that is articulated through the Piricanis gorges to reach the Rio 'e Forru waterfalls. Traveling along the slopes on the eastern slope of the Gennargentu, you go up the river bed which is home to native species such as the Sardinian trout, now almost extinct in other streams on the island. During your excursion, the guide will show you the territory from a biological and geo-morphological point of view and you will walk in a rocky landscape of porphyry and schist. You will test your balance in crossing the river from one bank to the other by walking on the pebble bottom or by jumping between the rocks. At a certain point of the itinerary you will enter the midst of luxuriant woodland vegetation, but then you will continue along the rocky path and arrive at the marvelous Rio 'e Forru waterfalls surrounded by Jurassic walls. Here you will regain your energy and then go back on the same path. It will be an adventurous experience where you will fill up on adrenaline and fun in a fairytale landscape that will awaken your senses thanks to the energy released by a thousand-year-old land, the sound of flowing water and the scents of the vegetation.
In July, August and September, due to the dry season, the river's flow capacity will be lower or absent, resulting in reduced or no waterfall flow.
The experience is available in the morning at 8:45 am. In the afternoon it changes depending on the period.
Dogs are allowed if brought with a muzzle and leash, if they are small dogs a leash is sufficient.