Was the best day of our holiday. Lots of fun, beautiful sightseeings. We traveled in March so it was a little bit chill but still, was great.The driver witch was also our guide had a very good english and he shared a lot of interesting...More
When in Malta, exploring Gozo is a must. But the narrow roads that lead to some of the island’s hidden gems can be hard on both nerves and suspension. Let a professional driver-guide take the wheel—and the strain of navigating—on this full day jeep tour of Gozo. For maximum ease, it includes hotel pickup and drop-off, and a typical Maltese lunch.
After pickup from your hotel—or central location—board a motorboat for the short ride to Gozo. On the island, hop aboard your Jeep and listen as your guide explains the plan for the day.
See and photograph spectacular scenery like Calypso Cave, Marsalforn Bay, Xweijni Salt Pans, Sannap Cliffs, Xlendi Bay, and the Inland Sea. Swim at Ramla Bay, taste local products at Ta’ Dbiegi Crafts Village, and stop at the Bronze Age Ggantija Temples, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the capital city of Victoria with its towering Citadel, and savor a local lunch.
At the end of your tour, board the boat back to Malta, where your driver will drop you back at your hotel.
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What an amazing activity! We thoroughly enjoyed everything about this day. Ian was our tour guide and had all the answers to our questions and more. We saw everything!! On Gozo. From start to finish this was excellent, well worth the money. The speedboat home...More
Amazing day in Gozo the trip was everything it was meant to be. We visited multiple landmarks and towns and had heaps of time to go around and look for ourselves. We would recommend this trip to everyone who visits Gozo If you want to...More
We were picked up from our hotel by minibus and taken to the ferry terminal. After a short ferry ride we were met by our driver Ivan at Gozo. As a family of three from the UK (travelling with our 12-year-old daughter) we were allocated...More
We had a great day out visiting the sites. The perfectly timed excursion meant we had time for a quick a swim and a beautiful lunch at a restaurant set in the cliffs overlooking the sea. We did literally cover nearly all of the island....More