A fantastic journey amidst picturesque Rhine landscapes during the course of the seasons, which will afford the viewer intimate insights into the species-rich flora and fauna and will certainly whet their appetites for their own personal discovery tours.
No other German waterway has featured in literature, music and poetry as often as the Rhine. And no other region in Germany is as famous internationally as the Upper Middle Rhine Valley between Bingen, Rüdesheim and Koblenz. This spectacular river valley was recognised in 2002 as “a cultivated landscape of enormous diversity and beauty” by UNESCO and distinguished as a “World Heritage” site.
The large number of castles, the steep slope viticulture, the legendary Lorelei and the small hamlets that cling to the narrow riverbank beneath the steep slopes, are all ingredients that go into making the Rhine one of Germany’s most romantic areas. The extraordinary amounts of natural riches in the Middle Rhine Valley on the other hand, are virtually unknown. In the wildly romantic and steep cliffs on both sides of the Rhine, a fascinating, almost unparalleled biodiversity abounds, including absolute treasures rarely found anywhere else other than in the wild nature of the Lorelei Valley.