Tuscan Indulgence


Experience the reasons making of Tuscan countryside one of the most sought after regions in the world: the lifestyle hidden behind the closed doors of its villas, the time spent waiting for the grapes to give great wines and the laid back atmosphere of its astonishing medieval villages

Duration 8 days (7 nights)
Location Rome, Umbria, Tuscan Countryside (Siena, San Gimignano, Arezzo, Montalcino)
Season June—September
Airport Rome or Florence


Animals you can hunt during this tour

Roe deer

Wild boar


Detailed Itinerary

Day 1

Arrive in Rome and Transfer to Umbria

Arrive in Rome Airport and meet your Italian Safari tour director, transferring you to the hunting area in Umbria where you will be hosted by the owners of the estate in their villa. Depending on the time of arrival, enjoy a first view of the hunting area or simply enjoy the swimming pool before having a great dinner prepared by the lady chef.

Private Villa – Dinner included – Italian Safari Tour Director

Day 2 / 4 

Umbria – Wild Boar and Roe Deer Hunt

Enjoy three days roe deer hunting at sunrise and sunset and stalking wild boars during the night. During the rest of the day, enjoy visits of the surroundings including an olive oil producer on Trasimeno Lake and a black truffle hunt with a local hunter and his dog. During your available time enjoy the amazing atmosphere of his private villa, the outstanding meals, the swimming pool, the cattle ranch and, more than anything else, the welcoming owners.

Private Villa – Full Board – Italian Safari Tour Director

Day 5

Umbria / Siena

Leaving in the morning from the villa, meet your tourist guide in Siena and visit the amazing medieval town, learning about its amazing horse race: the Palio, the most important event in the city since hundred of years. Check in at the hotel hosting you in the second part of the tour.

Countryside Hotel – Full board – Italian Safari Tour Director

Day 6

Siena Region – The Brunello vineyards

Spend the day in the amazing Val d’Orcia, tasting one of the most important Italian wines: the Brunello di Montalcino. Visit the most important cellars and taste it at lunch in a typical local trattoria.

Countryside Hotel – Full board – Italian Safari Tour Director

Day 7

Siena Region – San Gimignano and the Tuscan Countryside

In the morning visit San Gimignano and its towers. After the walking visit around the alleys of the “Medieval Manhattan”, spend the afternoon relaxing in the hotel, enjoying the countryside, walking around Siena or enjoying a coffee on Piazza del Campo.

Countryside Hotel – Full board – Italian Safari Tour Director

Day 8

Depart Rome

According to your flight schedule, transfer to Rome airport (transfer to Florence airport is also possible)

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