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Enjoy a casual hike through the Imbros Gorge, which is ideal for beginners. Visit Sfakia and experience a side of Crete steeped in tradition.

  • Pick up/drop off from a designated spot in Chania with an air-conditioned luxury bus
  • English speaking hiking escort
  • All taxes, VAT inclusive

Not included:

  • Admission to Imbros (2.5 € per person, free of charge for children under 14)
  • Personal expenses, extra beverages or meals
  • Customary tips to your driver and escort
The Imbros Gorge is located in the province of Sfakia and is the second largest gorge in Crete after Samaria. The picturesque scenery and its wilderness, in combination with the low difficulty of traversing it, make the descent of Imbros ideal for families wanting to expose children to the beauty of nature.
The place has a great historical significance as the gorge witnessed an evacuation of several thousands of British soldiers during World War II before heading to Egypt. Back then, the Imbros Gorge mule trail was the only connection between Chania and Sfakia, before the road was built. Remains of this trail can be still seen today.
In the morning, a luxurious air-conditioned bus will pick you up from select locations around Chania and transport you to the gorge's entry point. There you will have some free time to take pictures or have some breakfast before you begin your hike. In a leisurely pace, the gorge can be traversed in about 2.5 hours. Almost half-way through, you will reach the narrowest point of the gorge at 1.6 meters (5.2 feet). Behind your group, there will always be a hiking escort to ensure everyone's safety and provide assistance if needed.
The gorge ends at Komitades village, from where you will depart for Sfakia, one of the most traditional Cretan villages. There you will have around 3 hours to divide between swimming in the warm Mediterranean waters and enjoying a Cretan meal in one of the local taverns.
Early in the evening you will board the bus back to your original pick up points.

Nature, food, wine, music and dance come together in an incredible Cretan evening!

  • Pick up/drop off from a designated spot in Chania with an air-conditioned luxury bus
  • Entrance fee to the Botanical Gardens
  • English speaking guide
  • Authentic tradional Cretan buffet dinner and wine
  • All taxes, VAT inclusive

Not included:

  • Personal expenses
  • Customary tips to your driver and escort

With nearly 20 acres of land full of fruit trees from all over the world, herbs, medicinal and ornamental plants, the Botanical Park of Chania is sight to see for every nature lover. The land’s formation and the region’s microclimate create a unique combination that make the Gardens a paradise for hundreds of plants and animals to coexist! In the midst of this colorful and vivid landscape stands a burnt centennial olive tree, a memorial to the dismal fires of 2003.

After your pick up, the tour begins with a walk through the gardens as you familiarize yourself with a multitude of both endemic and imported species of flora and fauna. If you don't feel like walking, you can always stay back at the restaurant and have a drink while you marvel at the view from afar.

Dinner will be served at 19:00 and with it starts a culinary journey via a buffet comprising of authentic Cretan flavors. Socialize with the group as you sample tastes that combine Mediterranean ingredients and oriental spices and prepare yourself for what comes next! You will be given a quick introduction to traditional Cretan music, which has still been in existence in various forms since the days of the Byzantine Empire through a presentation of musical instruments. Dance and music go hand in hand so a demonstration of traditional dances such as syrtaki, sousta, maleviziotis, pentozali et al will be given by experiences local dancers. Feel free to join the dance and learn from the professionals who will be happy to show you at any time!

As the evening is winding down, we will depart from the gardens, hop on to the bus and return to the various drop off points around Chania!

Visit the Panathenaic Stadium, Acropolis and Syntagma Square before tasting some local delicacies in this half day Ancient Athens and food tour.


  • Pick up/Drop Off from your Athens city center hotel with luxury car (1-3 pax) or luxury mini van(4-7 pax)
  • Licensed English speaking tour guide
  • Car and driver
  • Greek delicacies and ouzo in a traditional deli of Athens
  • All taxes, VAT inclusive

Not included

  • Entrance fees (Acropolis)
  • Personal expenses, beverages or meals
  • Customary tips to your drivers, guides and escorts
  • Pick up from hotels outside Athens center but in the area of Attica are available at an extra cost of 25 euro per person.

This tour will expose you to Athens in various ways, encompassing the ancient world to which the city is deeply rooted in. Your adventure begins as our licensed tour guide meets you in a luxury car. Acropolis, the cornerstone of Western civilization, will give you a first glance of ancient Greece, before you visit the Panathenaic Stadium, home to the first modern Olympic Games. As the journey continues, you will reach the beating heart of Athens in Constitution Square. Seeing the Presidential Guard (Evzoni) in traditional dress, protecting the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a unique experience that will be engraved in your memory.

Time for a change of pace as you will trade the musket for the pen at the Academy of Athens, a testament to the beauty of neoclassical architecture. An integral part of the Athenian Trilogy (which also includes the National Library and the University of Athens), it is strongly connected to the Academy of Plato, the contemporary version was established in 1926.  

Sightseeing is always enriching, but now it’s time to satisfy your other senses. In Varvakios Agora, the Athenian Central Market, you will be offered the opportunity to buy local products, from vegetables, to fish and meat which are the three pillars of Mediterranean cuisine. Your last stop will be the famous restaurant “Miran” where ouzo and tsipouro flow constantly to accompany the delicious pastrami, sausages and smoked pork. Fulfilled in every sense, you will be transported back to your hotel, with your only regret being that this majestic experience can’t go on forever.


Take your friends and family in a private tour of the small island of Elafonisi, featuring one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe!

  • Pick up/Drop off with air-conditioned private mini-bus from Chania
  • Visit to the cave of Saint Sophia
  • Visit to Elafonisi
  • Visit to local village (subject to conditions)
  • English Speaking Guide

Not included:

  • Personal expenses, extra beverages or meals
  • Customary tips to your driver and escort

After we pick you up in the morning from your hotel in Chania in your private mini-bus, we will follow the green north coast just before Kastelli and finally reach the rock chapel of Agia Sophia through the village of Topolia. This small church is hidden in a dripstone cave, accessible by a small uphill climb. It dates back to the battles of the Cretans against the Venetians and Turks and was named after a religious icon found wedged
in a rock inside the cave. Magnificent stalactites, stalagmites and pillars cover the largest part of its surface. Neolithic shells and a previously unknown species of insect that
was named Spermophora Topolia were discovered inside the cave. After a short visit to this incredibly interesting site, we will proceed to the main attraction of the tour!

Elafonisi is located on the southwestern most point of Crete and is an oblong, which often seems to be divided into two parts by water, giving the impression of it being a separate island. The protected area of Elafonisi features magnificent natural formations with arguably the most beautiful being the pinkish sand which exists in many places, taking its color from thousands of broken sea shells and corals. The endangered turtles Caretta-Caretta and several rare animals nest on the island and it is strictly forbidden to remove any flora or fauna from the area. The exotic beach with its white and pink sand and turquoise waters is reminiscent of the Caribbean. Near the breaking point of the peninsula, the water does not exceed 1m (3 feet), creating a small lagoon, which can easily be crossed.

The eastern side of the beach, in front of the lagoon, is organized, having umbrellas, showers, lifeguards, snack bars and changing rooms. In Elafonisi, you will have plenty of time to explore the area, swim in the crystal clear waters and even grab a bite to eat! Depending on conditions we may have time to visit a local village as well, before hopping back on your private mini-bus that we will take us back to Chania!