Definitely, already the arrival in Lucerne is impressive. But really spectacular it get behind the gates of the city. There, where nature lives up to its name. Around the Napf area and in the two rural lake regions there are true gems and numerous camps that want to be discovered.
Large moor landscapes, impressive karst areas and an impressive animal and plant world. The "Wild West" of Lucerne possesses unbelievable natural treasures and those who like to be outdoors in nature are in the right place. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing or even gold panning: Covering an area of 400 km², the UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch offers everything the heart of the nature-loving camper desires.
The untouched nature in the Napf region and the diverse rural landscape with countless farms and pretty villages characterize the Willisau region. The wide plain of the Wauwilermoos is one of the most important Stone Age sites in Europe and is the habitat of numerous animals, such as the yellowhammer, the brown hare, the lapwing or the grass snake. For those who want to learn more, the Swiss Agricultural Museum in Burgrain provides a representative picture of the values and culture of agriculture and the food industry.
From the Rigi to far into the Bernese Alps! Besides the wonderful alpine panorama, the region around the Sempachersee also has other things to offer. The Swiss Ornithological Institute, for example. In the visitor center you will find neither large cages nor exotic birds, but that is not their goal. Rather, it is about creating understanding, arousing interest and educating.
Besides the lakes of Hallwil and Baldegg, it is the numerous high trunk trees and the vineyards on the sunny slopes that characterize the romantic landscape of the lake valley. Well-developed hiking and biking trails lead through the valley and connect the two lakes as well as the castles of Heidegg, Hallwyl and Lenzburg.