Marta D., Canada
Our guide was excellent, I really enjoyed all information provided during our tour. So now is my turn to give you an information: During our trip to the volcano, the guide told us that every year 600 tones of stones disappear during the touristic season, and she kindly asked us to not take the stones as a souvenir. For my surprise, on the next day I went out for shopping and I found a lot of stores selling the stones from the volcano for 2,00 euros.... I believe I cracked the mystery of the missing stones...but I believe I am not the first right...
JULIETTE P., France
It was really beautiful! Someone explained every thing during the cruise! The diner and the view was really nice, just like a dream! I recommebd it The only negativ point that I booked it on internet and i think taht the prices in Greece are cheaper...
Diane H., Australia
A great afternoon. As we booked it so long ago we had actually forgotten what the agenda was. So a reminder should be printed on the ticket (maybe just a summary) that we have to take along with us, as we went on the cruise without sandshoes/runners for the volcano hike and swimmers for the hot springs. Fantastic meal on the tall ship and the sunset was fantastic. Well worth it.
"Excellent tour in Santorini. This tour gives you a good look at some of the villages on the island. There is time to sit on the beach - the Perissa/Perivolos beach area is lovely. There was some question as to the additional charge to view the artifacts at Akrotiri since this is not included in the tour price. While the tour stops at this location, you either have to go to the museum on your own or take a guided tour which will cost 20 euros. The tour company won't take a charge card to pay for a guided tour of this new museum. You can go on your own to the museum for 5 euros. However, there aren't signs in English in the museum so it could be difficult to know what you are viewing if you don't have a guide. If you don't go into the museum, you can take the road to walk towards Red Beach. There are some good liitle places to buy something to eat. If you are on that road and see stairs going down, follow the stairs all the way to a charming restaurant called The Caves of Nicolas. There probably won't be time to eat lunch there, but you can return another day. There was also a stop at a winery which was very pleasant. All in all, a very enjoyable tour and highly recommened. "
Rhonda D., USA