Green Nomads is a small eco-friendly business based in Montejaque, Málaga Province, Andalucía, Spain. Our principal activity is organising nature walks, outings and workshops, as well as all-inclusive nature and walking holidays based in nearby mountain villages. Other than a business, we would like Green Nomads to be an idea and a state of mind: exploring rather than conquering, sharing rather than competing, enjoying endorphins rather than adrenaline.
Eva Bratek is a nature and walking guide, translator of publications and books related to nature and walking and co-author of Walking in the Ronda Mountains published by Editorial La Serranía. Her love of nature was instilled in her by her mother, a biologist, and by now the love of wildlife has become Eva’s true passion and, possibly, an obsession. Eva has been trained as a naturalist in Andalucía and has completed courses on safety and first aid, guiding, leading birdwatchers, animal tracking, and nature photography. She is registered as an active tourism company in Spain (NºRTA AT/MA/00150).
A variety of walks in the Ronda area, village-to-village, circular and linear walks. Focused on landscapes, nature, photography, local history and traditions instead of just sports. Safe way of exploring remote corners of the Grazalema and Sierrra de las Nieves Natural Parks. Experienced walkers, beginners, solo walkers are welcome (no single supplement charged).
Birdwatching, butterflies, orchids, Spanish Ibex and more. Nature outings are more stationary than walks and our objective is to find and observe desired species of flora and fauna. Use of binoculars and spotting telescope included. Very small groups of maximum six participants. Private outings for couples and families.
Walking holidays in the Grazalema Natural Park. Small groups of maximum eight participants. Safe and fun way of exploring the wilderness. Best local cuisine, exploring the village and its hidden corners, local care, help and advice at the Grazalema Information Tourist Office where fluent English is spoken and needs of walkers are understood. Small groups of 8-10.