Big Five on the Farm
Ready, steady, go! A safari is about to begin. With lions and giraffes? No, quite wrong. We will go on a safari on an Austrian farm. Plenty of animals are waiting for you in the barn, in the stables and on the pastures.
Cattle is grazing on the meadows, horses are galloping through the open fields, hens are cackling, pigs are grunting and sheep are looking as fluffy as you could possibly imagine. Let’s get to meet them!
Uncover Tyrol - A Land of Diversity
Tyrol is home to the largest number of 3,000m peaks and glaciers in Austria. But Tyrol is more than that! Would you like to have a rest after hiking to a beautiful lake nestled in the mountains? Do you fancy a glass of home-made buttermilk? The farmer from the mountain cabin will serve you some. Are you looking forward to sampling the local cuisine at the end of a winter’s day spent in the great outdoors? A day out skiing in one of the state-of-the-art ski resorts will make you hungry. A hearty soup with bacon dumplings, potato and meat stir-fry (“Tiroler Gröstl”) or the popular “Kaiserschmarren” (a sweet, fluffy pancake - a typical Austrian delight) - the Tyrolean cuisine is diverse and delicious!
That’s Characteristic of Tyrol...
... genuine hospitality. The alpine region is known for the genuine hospitality of the locals. For the hosts, you and your needs are always of utmost priority. It’s all about the people here. This province is steeped in tradition. In Tyrol, people care a lot about their local customs. Whether it’s the annual maypole celebration, Thanksgiving, a procession of scary “Perchten” (devilish figures wearing animal furs) or the old tradition of whip-cracking - customs and traditions are an important part of everyday life here. They mean something to the people. You will feel it.... local delicacies. Fresh, locally grown produce is the cornerstone of the cuisine in Tyrol. Enjoy culinary delights that are always prepared with great care and lovingly served.
Nature and Wildlife
Tyrol has everything you need for a delightful, relaxing farm holiday. Get to know the fascinating wildlife as you ramble through the countryside surrounded by high mountain ridges, refreshing lakes, lush alpine pastures and towns that are lovely cultural gems. If you’re lucky, you might spot some red deer and small fawns. The mountains are the favourite habitat of chamois and Alpine ibex. Look up to the sky. Perhaps, you’ll see a golden eagle looking for prey.
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