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  • Welcome to ItalyDolomites

    The specialist of daily private excursions
  • Alessandro Scacchetti

    Founder & Trip Designer

    I was born in Bolzano, Alto Adige/Südtirol — Italy. I am a lover of mountains and outdoor activities. In 2014 I got the official license of Tour Leader and i decided to open my own company to offer people from other countries the possibility to discover the wonderful landscapes of the Dolomites mountains.

    “Human Relationship at the highest level, passion in what I do and love for the Dolomites allow me to transmit to Customers Unique emotions”

    — Alessandro Scacchetti, Founder of ItalyDolomites.

    • Languages:
      Italian, German, English.
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  • My Clients’ Feedbacks
    • With four small children the accommodations was very important: thank you very much for the patience and competence you have shown.

      Mr. Rishi (India), July 2015
    • We needed a precise organization of the timetable and transfer services for the week… Better than this we could not asked for!

      Anna and Vladimir (Kiev), July 2015
    • In the same day: Sass Pordoi (2.950 m) – Lagazuoi Refuge (2.752 m) and the Three Peaks of Lavaredo (2.333 m): only one word: amazing!

      Frank and Marion (Colorado, the USA), October 2014
    • For us Brazilians, The Dolomites are such a different world and for this so interesting. Thanks a lot!

      Mr Mario and wife (Brazil), September 2014
  • The Dolomites UNESCO Site – A journey through history

  • On the 26th of June 2009, the UNESCO Committee gathered in Seville and decleared the Dolomites a Natural World Heritage Site.
    The nine systems making up the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site are like an open book revealing the past of our planet, you can read it vertically in order to discover the earth’s history and also on the horizontal plane if you want to explore the Prehistoric geography.

    The ‘discovery’ of the Dolomites can be dated back to 1789 when the French scientist Dèodat de Dolomieu, traveling through South Tyrol, reported the finding of a distinguishing rock which, after an analysis, turned out be a new mineral. Subsequently, to pay homage to his discoverer, this unknown mineral was given the name Dolomite.

    Since then, people acclaimed the geological and geo-morphological relevance of these mountains. Very quickly they became a noteworthy destination for scientists and researchers which could directly observe really unique geological phenomena. The Dolomites clearly document the evolution of the earth’s history, in particular the interval between the Upper Permian and the Triassic (between 270 and 200 million years ago). Here you can admire fossil reefs and tropical environments of the Mesozoic, the resurgence of life after the dramatic extinction occurred 251 million years ago, as well as the intense volcanic activity. Walking around the Dolomites means visiting an ancient lagoon and descending escarpments once submerged by a very deep sea