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Prompt pick up by Monica for our drive to the start of our walk.
Met our guide who was lovely, infomative with out being over the top, we were provided with walking poles which helped at some points! Half way we stopped at the Shepards...More
This amazing walk I first read about in The Lonely Planet Book. Checking out the reviews I knew I had to book it as im a regular hiker back home in New Zealand.
The trip was very enjoyable, the weather was hot & humid, shame...More
This was one of the highlights of our trip! We enjoyed this hike so much and it was made super easy and interesting by the guides. On the drive to the starting point the first guide Nino gave us loads of really interesting information and...More
We enjoyed the treck immensely, had a wonderful guide (Giovanni) and a terrific driver and support crew member (Monica).
We genuinely recommend this if you’re fit and wanting to take in the beauty of this region.
We loved our hike. Our guide Giovanni was incredible. He watched us to make sure everyone was doing well and gave us frequent stops to learn about the area’s history, the wild herbs and plants and was happy to drop us off close to our...More
Response from Red_NewJersey007 | Reviewed this property |
No, it ends where it begins. You make a loop. It's easy to do on your own though because there are red dots to mark the trail. I'm not sure if the dots go all the way to Positano. You can probably look that up. We went... More
No, it ends where it begins. You make a loop. It's easy to do on your own though because there are red dots to mark the trail. I'm not sure if the dots go all the way to Positano. You can probably look that up. We went with a guided tour because it was our first time in Italy, and didn't rent a car, so it was nice to get a ride there and back from Sorrento. When we go back, we will venture out on the trail by ourselves, but will still need a transport of some sort.