What's new for 2019
Discover the beauty of the Dolomites on this incredible ski safari. Aimed at confident red-run skiers, you’ll ski some of the most iconic mountains in the Dolomites. Over the six days, your knowledgeable and experienced local guide will show you the beauty and history of the area as well as offering up tips on your skiing along the way.
For the keen skier, there's no better way to spend your week. Each day, you'll be first on the mountain and ready to explore the largest ski area in the world. Over 1200kms of piste linking 45 communities in 12 valleys, the Dolomites truly is a skiers paradise. And with over 400 mountain restaurants there's plenty of opportunities to stop and sample the speciality dishes that makes skiing in Italy a gastronomic delight.
For 2018/19, we're featuring our Comfort safari where each refugio has private rooms with single or twin beds and ensuite facilities. The safari is available on the 5th and 19th January, 2nd February and 9th March 2019. Again there are 12 spaces on each date.
The map in the image gallery shows a couple of guide routes and some of the more well-known resorts on the safari. Or take a look at the 2019 Ski Safari example itinerary to see what you can expect throughout your week in the Dolomites.
Flights - Return flights from London to Innsbruck
Transfers - Transfers between the airport and your first hotel, and transfer back on your departure day
Accommodation - Seven nights half board three-star accommodation with buffet breakfast and evening meals
Luggage transportation - Your bags will be transferred for you each day. Rucksack type luggage is essential
Your guide - Fully qualified ski instructor as your guide for the six day tour
You will need to pre-book a Dolomiti Superski lift pass and equipment hire, unless you choose to bring your own. In which case, you'll need to add on equipment carriage.
This week is not suitable for anyone under the age of 16 years of age. Anyone wishing to book this tour should be a confident red run skier.
The Ski Safari is not operated by Neilson but by the Arabba Ski School. As such, it's not exclusive to Neilson guests and is subject to a minimum of eight people in total booking the tour.