There are beautiful places in the world. And then there are places that steal your heart. The sand rocks region of Tisa is one of them. A magical spot the Narnia filmmakers discovered and chose to shoot some of the most beautiful parts of the famous movie. This labyrinth of sandstone towers and rock walls hidden in the forest provides an intense experience concentrated to a simple, yet inspiring one-day hike.
The easy accessibility and the safe paths, built by the 19th century Thun-Hohenstein nobility make it the perfect choice for all those, looking for great adventure while wanting to feel secure at the same time.
We will take you there straight from your Prague hotel. You will ride a comfortable, modern, Wi-Fi connected van. We like to keep our tours small and private and since our travellers tend to be cool and inspiring people, there is a good chance for some fun on the road. Once on location, our guides will show you all the highlights and, if desired, lead you to the exact locations of the magical Narnia movie. You will be watching the scenes and comparing it to the reality. Hell, maybe even shooting a movie of your own!
Being passionate instagrammers themselves, our guides have understanding for the time spent chasing after the best photos. Plus they will take good care of you by offering appetizing snacks and captivating stories. On the other hand, you will not be bothered by crowds of other tourists and will be able to enjoy the peace and quiet of the forest.
You will lunch at a charming restaurant, taste the best products of the local food scene and try the delicious craft beer from the regional microbrewery. Then, after some coffee and rest, you will move on to the next location, the monumental Bastei Bridge.
This usually crowded and greatly adored site lies on the German side of the Bohemian Saxon National Park. Just look at the bridge, connecting the sand stone towers, offering fantastic overview of the dramatic landscape with table-mountains and curved Elbe river valleys. Picture yourself standing in the middle of it, miraculously alone (due to the off-season), staring at the sunset tossing pink shade on the snow-covered rocks all around. With your camera ready...
And then just book the tour.