Travel Services

Travel Protection


Global RescueMedical and security emergencies happen. When they do, we rely on Global Rescue, the world's leading membership organization providing integrated medical, security, travel risk, and crisis response services to our travelers worldwide. Without a Global Rescue membership, an emergency evacuation could cost you more than $100,000. That's why over 1 million members trust Global Rescue to get them home when the worst happens. Don't travel without Global Rescue.




If you're concerned about the effect of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on your travel plans, and having the right travel insurance coverage, we recommend Global Rescue. Through their IMG (International Medical Group) Signature Travel Insurance policies, they offer upgrades called "Cancel and Interrupt for Any Reason". If you need to cancel or interrupt your trip, you'll be covered up to 75% of the trip cost if you cancel your trip for any reason that falls outside the normal specifications of the policy you purchase with them. As long as you purchase this upgrade within 20 days of paying a deposit for your trip, you're covered. The cost of this upgrade is only 8-11% on top of the premium you pay for your policy. For IMG Signature Travel Insurance policy details, click here.

Your Arrival

How to reach the Dolomites


Luggage & Duffel Bag

How we handle your luggage during a Ski Safari


Safety awareness and training

Adventurous activities in the mountains have their dangers. These can never be removed altogether but they can be minimized. At Dolomite Mountains, our aim is to provide you with a thrilling holiday directed with maximum attention to your safety and that of others. We give you the opportunity to learn mountain-craft skills and understand about the hazards, how to minimize the risk, and how to cope with incidents should they happen. All mountain activities require appropriate clothing and equipment. This is ensure preparedness for quickly changing weather conditions and varying activities


Terms & Conditions

General Conditions
Given the particular nature of the proposed trips, the daily itineraries are considered to be a guideline. A series of variable factors while traveling in the mountains (weather conditions, communication problems, etc.) may endanger the security of the participants and, for this reason, variations may occur to the programmed itineraries.

Bookings are regulated by the present general conditions, by the law n° 111 of March 1995, by the ECC directive n° 90/314, and by the law n° 1084 of 27/12/1977. In any case the Tour Operator responsibility will not exceed the limits foreseen by the above mentioned laws. In case of “force majeure”, the Tour Operator reserves the right to change hotels and holiday destinations with others nearby. The Tour Operator is not responsible for any damages caused by the client.

Bookings are subject to availability. Should the vacation you have chosen no longer be available a similar holiday will be proposed where possible. Booking details will be sent by fax or E-mail by the Tour Operator who will consider the booking confirmed only after having received a 30% deposit ( or the full cost in case of “last minute” bookings) of the vacation. The Tour Operator is responsible for making sure that each part of the vacation booked is provided to a reasonable standard.

Prices are quoted in euro (€).

Each trip member must wear appropriate footwear for the activity they are engaging in (for example, sturdy hiking boots with ankle support for hiking tours).

In case of luggage transfers during your trip, a Dolomite Mountains duffel bag is provided for you to use. You can pack the belongings you require for the nights where you will be staying away from your hotel in this duffel, and leave the rest of your luggage stored at your hotel. When you return from your overnight excursion, your luggage will await you – either at your original hotel (if you are returning there), transferred to multiple accommodations throughout your journey, or transferred to your final destination. (See your specific itinerary for details.) 
At the end of your trip, please leave the duffel bag at your hotel’s reception desk. If you wish to keep it, we will charge the amount of Euro 120 to your credit card.

Booking will be confirmed upon receipt of a 30% deposit (or full cost in the case of “last minute” bookings). 
Payment of the balance, according to the Tour Operator pro-forma holiday invoice, is due no later than 60 days before departure for Italy. Development fees paid will be applied to the final balance payment.

Travel documents will be sent (to fax or address provided) by the Tour Operator only after having received the total amount on the vacation invoice. Please do not forget your travel documents when you depart for Italy.

At the time we receive written notice that you must cancel your trip, the following fees will apply, calculated on the basis of the total cost:

  • 91 + more days prior to departure: 20% loss of deposit & 10% transfer to a future trip (within one calendar year)
  • 61 to 90 days prior to departure: 100% loss of deposit
  • 31 to 60 days prior to departure: 50% forfeit of full trip fare
  • 30 days or less prior to departure: 100% forfeit of full trip fare

These charges are a percentage of the total cost of the booking. The days indicated are from trip departure date. All cancellations must be made in writing.
>> Coronavirus Updates

Once booked, changes to your trip are subject to a €50 change fee.  Change requests made 15 days or less prior to departure are each subject to a €100 fee.  These fees will be applied in addition to any other costs incurred because of the change.
Please note that itinerary changes due to the weather condition are not are not included in the price.

Claims can only be made by the client once the full cost of the holiday has been paid. However, any complaints should be reported immediately to the Tour Operator, in written form, during the holiday. If the complaint is not sorted out during the holiday period, a registered letter should be sent to the Tour Operator within 10 days of returning from your holiday. Dolomite Mountains s.r.l. has taken all reasonable care to make sure that all the services are provided to a reasonable standard and are provided as described in the itinerary. Dolomite Mountains s.r.l. is not responsible for any changes made by the supplier of which they have not been informed. Any suggestions from the client will be gladly accepted in order to improve the level of services and accommodation provided.

You must have your own travel insurance for the trip and we strongly recommend that you purchase trip cancellation / interruption insurance to protect your travel investment when you book your trip. We offer optional trip cancellation / interruption insurance through a Global Rescue ( at a supplemental cost. It combines trip cancellation and interruption coverage (for covered reasons only), baggage loss protection, and medical coverage along with additional emergency evacuation coverage. Details, quotes, and purchase are available through our web site.

Both parties agree that the contract will be governed by the Italian law. Any dispute which may arise from either party’s obligations shall be subject to the exclusive Italian jurisdiction and to the exclusive competent authority of the Civil Court of Belluno, Italy.

A warranty fund has been established by the ‘Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri’ (Italian Government Authorities) to safeguard the client in the case of Tour Operator insolvency or bankruptcy, safeguarding a holiday refund and repatriation of the clients if abroad.

Dolomite Mountains S.r.l. – Travel Agency