8 Days 7 Nights
All ages
Valid until 31st December 2023

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Kardamyli > Diros Caves > Gerolimenas > Elafonisos Island > Gytheio > Porto Kagio > Cape Matapan > Limeni > Kardamyli > Kalamata

The Peloponnese has way more to offer than pristine beaches, crystal clear waters and amazing sailing experiences. It is the cradle of over ten millennia of rich history, boasts extreme geographical diversity, abundant marine wildlife and features the very best of traditional southern Greek architecture and Mediterranean cuisine.

This sailing week goes far beyond mere sailing, to off the beaten track places, giving you a chance to explore way beyond each marina, as well as immerse in local culture, savor the local flavors and learn a thing or two about the history of this immensely beautiful part of the world.

And did we mention that it provides you with the opportunity to actively engage yourself in sailing, whether you have done it before or not. The Peloponnese, with its clear deep blue waters, is the ideal place to get acquainted with the basics of sailing and our skippers are always happy to literally show you the ropes!


Tour Highlights

  • Immerse in the rich culture, delicious cuisine and millennia spanning history of Athens
  • Explore over a dozen different beautiful sailing destinations
  • Hike to the lighthouse of the southernmost tip of Europe in Cape Tainaron(Cape Matapan)
  • Enjoy the laid back atmosphere on the quiet fishing village of Limeni
  • Have a guided boat tour of the water filled caverns at the Caves of Diros
  • Taste world famous olives, in the coastal town of Kalamata
  • Savor amazing seafood right on the water in the tiny bay of Porto Kayo.
  • Swim in turquoise waters at the tiny island of Elafonisos
  • Paddleboard in remote bays along the stone tower dotted Mani peninsula

Ideally combined with our 5 days in Athens program or any other tailored program in Athens, Peloponnese region, or anywhere else In Greece! 


Is this tour for me?

TRAVEL STYLE Private getaway perfect for couples, families, friends or the solo adventurer.
SERVICE LEVEL This package is a premium quality Great Journey hosted by our Local Expert Partner Travel – Greece Adventure Trips.
PHYSICAL RATING Great for people of all ages and average levels of fitness.
TRIP TYPE Private Package

What’s included?

  • Catamaran charter for a week
  • Transportation from Athens to Kalamata and back with a minibus
  • Accommodation for up to 8 guests in double cabins (see catamaran’s layout)
  • All fuel costs
  • All port authorities, marina fees, electricity and water costs
  • WIFI on board (50 GB per week)
  • Services of a skipper for a week
  • Services of a Cook/Hostess for a week
  • 7 breakfasts / 6 lunches / 2 dinners on board
  • Soft drinks and beverages including local house wine
  • 2x SUP (Stand up paddleboards), children’s water ski, snorkeling & fishing equipment
  • All taxes (including VAT)


Pricing for Guest (USD)

Travelling Style (Max of 8 Pax) Price
July & August (Peak Season) $ 16,021
June & September (Mid Season) $ 19,075
Rest of the month (Low Season) $ 20,802

For group bookings larger than 12 please connect with us for pricing.




 Athens > Corinth Canal > Kalamata > Kardamyli

Whether you’re arriving at the Athens international airport on that day, or have spent the night in a hotel in Athens, you will be met by our driver and after introductions, you’ll board our minivan, leave the city behind and drive south.

Along the way, we’ll be making a brief stop for photos at the Corinth Canal, one of the technological wonders of the ancient world. Crossing into the Peloponnese, the national highway will take us south to the coastal town of Kalamata.

Once there, we’ll head to the marina and board the catamaran that is going to be our home for the next week. Our skipper and hostess will check you in your cabins and introduce you to the itinerary, after a short orientation.

Late afternoon we’ll leave the marina behind us, enjoying views of the bay of Kalamata. We head southeast, towards the Mani peninsula and the tiny village of Kardamili where we’ll be stopping for an early evening swim.

The village is one of the oldest settlements in the Peloponnese, mentioned in Homer’s Iliad. These days it’s a somewhat lively village with some amazing swimming spots in the tiny bays surrounding it. We’ll spend the night there. The seafood tavernas right on the water are an excellent introduction to southern Greece’s diverse and unique cuisine and are highly recommended for dinner.

Overnight at Cabin aboard the catamatan


Kardamyli > Diros Cave > Gerolimenas 

Early in the morning, after breakfast and possibly a swim, we leave the sleepy village of Kardamyli behind us and sail further south towards the bay of Diros.

The area is famous for its sea caverns, filled with impressive stalactites and stalagmites and we’ll have plenty of time there for a guided underground boat tour. The site has been inhabited by humans for at least 8000 years and according to historical sources it was considered on the entrances to the Underworld. Fun!

Early afternoon we set sails again, heading further south along the Mani peninsula towards the seaside settlement of Gerolimenas. We’ll drop anchor along the way and we’ll have plenty of time to swim, paddleboard or snorkel in one of the numerous bays of that part of Lakonia.

In the evening we’ll drop anchor off the coast of what is considered by many the most picturesque fishing village in southern Greece. There are plenty of excellent seaside eateries to choose from for dinner.

Overnight at Cabin aboard the catamatan


Gerolimenas > Elafonisos 

In the morning you have time for breakfast, while we prepare the catamaran for yet another amazing sailing experience. This time our destination is the island of Elafonisos, an almost tropical paradise, full of white sand beaches, turquoise waters and plenty of opportunities for snorkeling and paddleboarding.

It takes a while to get there and it’s sound advice to have your cameras ready for some panoramic views of Cape Tainaron and its dramatic lighthouse, which we’ll pass along the way.

Once in Elafonisos, we’ll drop anchor at Simos beach and spend the rest of the day in and around the water. The island is insanely picturesque by itself. Add in a ton of marine life and the fact that it’s conveniently tucked in under the Peloponnese’s land mass, provides a safe harbor year round from which to enjoy all things aquatic.

We’ll drop anchor for the night in either Simos or Sarakiniko bay, depending on the wind. We also have the option of docking in the village marina. The day ends with a BBQ dinner onboard the catamaran.

Overnight at Cabin aboard the catamatan


Elafonisos > Gytheio

On this day we’ll allow plenty of time to enjoy the sea. You can paddleboard, snorkel or swim in the morning along the island’s sandy beaches. Or take a relaxed approach and enjoy breakfast onboard and some sun. Late morning, early afternoon, we’ll set sails again heading northwest towards the Laconian part of the Peloponnese and the seaside town of Gytheio where we’ll spend the night.

Ancient Sparta’s old harbor, Gytheio has a significant place in both ancient and modern Greek history. It boasts an excellent cultural museum on the same island where Paris of Troy supposedly had an extramarital affair with Helen, thus starting the Trojan war.

Other than history Gytheio is the ideal place to take a stroll down its promenade and savor an array of delicious tapas and the ever growing selection of Greek microbrews in an array of restaurants dotted along the way.

You also have the option to visit the nearby archaeological site of Mystras, a medieval castle city and the last bastion of the Byzantine Empire. Let us know in advance and we’ll make arrangements on your behalf. At night time, Gytheio’s traditional restaurants provide an excellent introduction to Laconian (Spartan) cooking. Enjoy!

Overnight at Cabin aboard the catamatan


Gytheio > Porto Kayo

After breakfast we have plenty of time to enjoy one last stroll around the town’s promenade.

Then we’ll raise the anchor and head south this time, towards the tiny protected bay of Porto Kayo. On our way there we’ll stop by Gytheio’s famous shipwreck, one of the most photographed shipwrecks in Greece. Photo opportunities abound so have those cameras ready!

Porto Kayo, a tiny secluded bay in the southernmost part of the Mani Peninsula boasts turquoise waters ideal for swimming and snorkeling. It’s an insanely photogenic place and quiet year round. We’ll drop anchor, and take the dinghy out to shore to enjoy dinner by the water in one of the two traditional seafood tavernas in the bay.

Overnight at Cabin aboard the catamatan


Porto Kayo > Cape Tainaron > Limeni

After breakfast, it’s time to leave Porto Kayo behind us and head southwest towards the tip of Cape Tainaron, continental Europe’s southernmost point. On our way there we’ll stop for a swim at Ormos beach. You’ll know why when we get there. Upon arriving at Cape Tainaron we’ll make another stop and get to shore.

There’s a hiking trail that leads to the famous lighthouse, passing through the ruins of ancient temples, herds of cows and the occasional Mediterranean seal basking in the sun. Bringing your camera, especially on an overcast day!

Once we’re back on the catamaran we’ll keep heading north, towards the Messinian part of the Mani peninsula. We’ll stop for yet another swim in one of the numerous tiny bays near the seaside village of Limeni,  where we’ll spend the night. Think of medieval stone towers, massive prickly pear bushes and cobblestone alleys full of wonderful culinary surprises. The Mani peninsula always delivers unforgettable travel experiences.   Overnight: Cabin aboard the catamaran

Overnight at Cabin aboard the catamatan


Limeni > Kardamyli > Kalamata 

After breakfast we’ll have a relaxed morning and dedicate this day to swimming, snorkeling and paddleboarding as we make our way back to the coastal town of Kalamata.
You also have the option to partake in a sea kayaking mini adventure, exploring the bays and coves that dot the Kardamili coastline. Let us know in advance and we’ll arrange it on your behalf.
We’ll reach the marina in the early evening and we’ll have plenty of time to explore the town, have a swim in the sandy beach east of the marina, or do some last minute shopping (go for olive oil and olives).

In the evening we’ll have one last dinner in south Greece. The options are endless and Kalamata has become something of a culinary hub in recent years. Your guide will point you to the right place, whether you’re craving seafood, meat or something traditional.

Overnight at Cabin aboard the catamatan


Kalamata > Athens

Early in the morning we pack our bags and bid farewell to the catamaran that’s been our home for the past week and our adventure in south Greece ends.

You’ll board the minibus and we’ll head north towards Athens. Whether you’re flying out, or have booked accommodation in the city, your driver will make sure you’re dropped off where you need to.

End of services

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Our Chosen Partner Hotels


Alegria 47

The Alegria 47 is a modern sailing catamaran that features a large platform at the aft, a spacious flybridge with sunbeds and a large sofa, a front deck area and an open-plan cockpit and gallery. The cabins are comfortable and modern, equipped with amenities such as air conditioning and Wi-Fi. Onboard amenities include a TV, a kitchenette and a lounge deck for guests to use and enjoy.

Each cabin is modern and spacious and features air conditioning, a bathroom, Wi-Fi and USB chargers.

These are our selected Hotel Partners and in the unlikely chance that our Partner Hotels are unavailable, we reserve the right to provide an alternative comparable hotel. If you are not satisfied with the available alternative, then Guests may cancel their booking and receive a full refund.

Great Journey


  • Airfare to/from Athens, Greece
  • Transfers where needed (we can arrange those at an extra fee)
  • Meals not listed in inclusions (we can arrange shopping for supplies on your behalf as a free of charge service)
  • Sea Kayaking tour in Kalamata (optional at an extra cost)
  • Tour to the Medieval Castle of Mystras (optional at an extra cost) 
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities to your hostess and skipper
  • Travel insurance (required) INSURANCE: We require all participants to carry Travel Protection Insurance that includes emergency overseas medical coverage. If you already have medical insurance, please verify that it covers overseas travel and forward proof of insurance to us. If you do not currently have it, you can purchase a policy for the duration of the trip from any insurance company you choose. Travel Cancellation Insurance, although not required, is strongly recommended to protect your tour payments and flights should an emergency arise before or during your trip. We have a link on our website for more information or a quote: https://www.greeceadventuretrips.com/gat-travel_insurance.html 


Guide Type Price
French speaking guide $50 per day
German Speaking guide $50 per day
Other langusges Available upon request


  • Prices are net per person in United States Dollars (USD) and are subject to change without prior notice
  • Prices are based on twin-share basis except solo travellers and are subject to room availability upon Package booking
  • No refund for any un-utilized Package
  • Surcharge for other languages speaking guide (Advise at time of booking)
  • Airport transfer surcharge of USD 5 per person each way for pick-up or send-off from 21:00 hrs to 06:00hrs (adjust based on group size)


  • Child under 2: Free of charge
  • Child under 3 – 12 years is 20% off the adult price. 
  • Child 13 years old and above: 100% of adult cost


• Immediately after submitting your booking request you will receive a Receipt of booking via email.
• Within one to two business days of submitting your booking you will receive a confirmation email from us. If you need to book an airline ticket, we recommend that you do so after you receive a confirmation of your tour reservation from us.


Deposit: A non-refundable deposit is due at the time of booking for tour packages that include non-refundable services like Air and Ferry Tickets. Greece Adventure Trips will advise of the case in our proposal prior to booking.
Full Payment: All bookings (except where specified): 90 days prior.
Instant Purchase Package: Time of booking.
Late Payment: If there is any outstanding balance by the Final Payment Due date listed on your invoice, all travel services will be subject to automatic cancellation, and cancellation fees will apply. A service reinstatement fee of 50€ will be added to your invoice and must be paid
Last Minute: All bookings must be made no later than 5 days prior to departure. If requested services cannot be confirmed, payment will be refunded. If services are confirmed, final payment is due within 24 hours and all applicable cancellation penalties will apply. Form of Payment: Wire transfer, major credit cards, or debit cards are accepted by Greece Adventure Trips. (we process online payments via TrusyMyTravel).

Third-party credit cards are not acceptable. Payments made by wire transfer require that we receive by email to info@greeceadventuretrips.com the bank wire confirmation within 24 hours. No Travel Documents and/or vouchers will be sent unless full payment is made.
Refunds: Refunds are processed to the credit card(s) originally used for payment, up to the total amount paid, with any remaining balance paid by bank wire.
What can be refunded: Some tours may require a minimum number of travelers to operate. The affected traveler will be fully refunded or may choose a similar tour product as a substitute. Should this occur, it would be under very rare circumstances. Please note that the product substitute chosen by the traveler may be more expensive than the
original product and therefore may be subject to an additional cost. Any additional refunds based on extenuating circumstances will depend on the individual tour operator. Single-Day Tours/Activities: Cancel at least 21 days in advance of the start date of the experience for a full refund. Admission tickets/passes or skip-the-line tickets excluded.

Please check special notes as some tours are non-refundable.
What cannot be refunded: All hotel and tour schedules are arranged ahead of time. Any person failing to appear on the day of departure will not be refunded. No refund will be given for any portions of the tour unused by the traveler after tour departure regardless of circumstances. Airfare & Ferry is completely non-refundable and non-changeable for tours when airfare or ferry is included in the final price. Hotel extensions and Instant Confirmation products (admission
tickets, city passes, etc.) cannot be exchanged or refunded once confirmed.


  • The Cancellation Policies listed below apply to all bookings unless the tour booked has
    specific rates or fees listed under “Special Notes.” Please carefully review the “Special Notes” of your tour prior to booking. Please know that Greece Adventure Trips will always adhere to individual tour policies when applicable. Cancellation fees apply to packages and/or services as indicated below. 
  • Package cancellation fees include airfare & ferry. Once airfare and/or ferry tickets are purchased, either at the time of booking for Instant Purchase or at the time of full payment, tickets will be issued and are always subject to 100% penalty.
    After airfare and or ferry tickets purchase, only the remaining land package will be subject to the fees below.
    > 90 or more days prior to departure refund equivalent to 90% of the value of your booking
    > 89-60 Days Prior to departure refund equivalent to 50% of the value of your booking
    > 59 Days or Less Prior to departure refund equivalent to 0% of the value of your booking.
    If you have opted or required to make your booking by paying a deposit, then the following cancellation terms will apply:
    > 90 or more days prior to departure Loss of the Deposit
    > 89-60 Days Prior to departure refund equivalent to 50% of the value of your booking
    > 59 Days or Less Prior to departure refund equivalent to 0% of the value of your booking
    • Please note that cancellation fees are calculated based on the date we receive your Email Request and travel service start date.
    • If a tour is scheduled to depart within the next 7 days, we will not change a traveler’s departure date and will not offer a refund.
    • In the event that you do not use the services for any reason and do not cancel the booking by email notice, no refunds will be provided.
    • All refunds will be processed as quickly as possible and will be debited to the original form of payment and account which is used at the time you made the booking.
    • All cancellations must be made directly with Greece Adventure Trips, not with tour providers or our partners.


• You must present a photo ID at the time of check-in. The hotel may ask for a credit card or cash deposit for the extra services at the time of check-in.
• Normal check-in time is 15:00 HRS and check-out time is 11:00 HRS.
• All extra charges to be paid directly to the hotel prior to departure such as parking, phone calls, room service, city tax, accommodation tax, etc.
• We don’t accept any responsibility for additional expenses due to the changes, cancellations, or delays in air, road, rail, sea, ferry, or indeed of any other causes, all such expenses will have to be borne by the clients.
• Any special request for bed type, early check-in, late checkout, smoking rooms, etc are not guaranteed and same are subject to availability at the time of check-in.

• Please be present in the hotel lobby for the tours and transfer pick-up. The pick-up will be done at the given time on TRAVEL DOCUMENT issued by Greece Adventure Trips. Please follow the same.
• No refunds for any un-utilized services.
• Any changes/amendments would not be possible within 24 hours of the starting time of services. Prior to 24 hrs. Changes are subject to the feasibility of local ground operations.
• If there is an entrance ticket involved in any sightseeing tour, changes would not be possible once the services are booked.
• You must call on the 24 x 7 emergency numbers given if you are unable to locate your driver/vehicle for your transfer or for any other service and they will assist you.


Lightweight clothes (cotton is best) during summer months, including protection from the midday sun and sunglasses. Light sweaters are needed for evenings, especially on the islands. Waterproofs are advised for spring and autumn. Winter months can be quite cold, especially in the northern mainland, so normal winter wear will be required.


There are no flights on this Package


For details of your joining hotel, please refer to your Green Cultural Travel tour voucher. Alternatively, contact the Green Cultural Travel office or your travel agent.


We don’t expect any problems, and nor should you. However, if you are unable to commence your trip as scheduled for any reason, please contact us immediately. Please refer to our emergency contact details.


If you need to contact us in an emergency, it is best to call either the Green Cultural Travel Local Representative or our Green Cultural Travel Local Office first. If you don’t receive an immediate answer, please leave a detailed message with your contact information so they can return your call as soon as possible.

General contact number:  +6947129423 (10AM to 12NN).

Office hours: Monday to Friday from 10AM to 6PM.


You are responsible for obtaining and paying for all visas and entry documents, for meeting all health and other
requirements, and for any documents required by the laws, regulations, orders, and/or requirements of the countries you will visit. Greece Adventure Trips is not responsible for providing you with specific visa and passport information or documentation, and Greece Adventure Trips cannot accept liability for any passenger refused entry onto any transport or into any country due to failure of the passenger to carry correct documentation. All passengers traveling
internationally are required to have a passport. Some countries require passports to be valid for at least six (6) months beyond the conclusion of your trip; some require that you have a minimum of three blank pages left in your passports.
It is your responsibility to verify all visa and passport requirements.


What you need to bring depends on the trip you have chosen and the countries or regions you are planning to visit during your entire vacation. We suggest that you pack as lightly as possible.

Most travellers carry a small to medium size backpack or rolling bag or suitcase.

You will also need a day pack or bag to carry water, cameras and other electronics like iPods and mobile phones.


Every traveller is different and therefore spending money requirements will vary. Some travellers may drink more than others, while other travellers like to purchase more souvenirs. Consider your likely spending habits when budgeting for drinks, shopping and tipping.

We have provided some specific recommendations below to assist you to plan your budget and manage your money while on holiday.


During your holiday, you will use the Sri Lankan Rupee as local currencies. Because currency exchange rates in South East Asia do fluctuate quite frequently, we ask that you refer to the following website for the most up to date information on exchange rates: www.xe.com

The best way to access local currency in Sri Lanka is from an Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) with a debit card. ATMs are readily available throughout South East Asia and will usually accept cards from both the Visa and MasterCard international networks. If possible, travel with both a Visa and a MasterCard to provide backup in case of loss or access problems with one card. Please note, your bank will usually charge a fee for overseas withdrawals.

Some Rupee is recommended for those occasions when ATMs are not accessible such as a number of islands and remote provinces. You should bring some cash with you for emergency situations (please refer to our trip dossier) but not a substantial amount as carrying only cash is high risk. The ideal mix is two or more ATM card/s with some cash as back-up.

Credit cards are accepted at some upmarket hotels and restaurants, and some larger stores if shopping for big items. They are of no use at smaller establishments.

Cash advances with your credit card are also possible at some banks. However, the process is time-consuming and tends to attract high fees.

Traveller’s cheques can be tricky, time-consuming and expensive to exchange. While we do not recommend that you bring them as your primary source of funds, you may choose to bring one or two cheques in case of emergency. Thomas Cook or American Express travellers’ cheques in US currency are the easiest to exchange.


Depending on the service, it is customary in Asia to tip service providers, such as waiters, approximately 10%. Though not compulsory, tipping is expected and shows an expression of satisfaction with the people who have assisted you on your holiday. Although it may not be customary to you, it is of considerable significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels. There are several times during the trip where there is an opportunity to tip the local guides or drivers we use. Recommendations for tipping drivers and local guides range from $1.5-$3.5 USD per person, per day, depending on the quality and length of the service. If unsure, ask your local Green Cultural Travel representative.


Please note inoculations may be required for the country visited. It is your responsibility to consult with your travel doctor for up to date medical travel information well before departure.

We recommend that you carry a small First Aid kit, hand sanitizers or antibacterial wipes, and any personal medical supplies you might require.

For your convenience, we have also partnered (premium partner) with OnVacationDoctor, a professional website that includes the contact details of all English-speaking doctors no matter where in the world you are traveling. We help you by providing English-speaking doctors to call or to schedule an immediate appointment with should you ever have to. We provide peace of mind by connecting you directly with someone who can help!


You must be aware and acknowledge that during participation in vacations operated by Greece Adventure Trips, certain risks and dangers may arise beyond our control, including but not limited to: the hazards of traveling in undeveloped areas; travel by boat, train, automobile, bus, van, aircraft, or other means of transportation; forces of nature; political unrest; epidemics or the threat thereof; acts of lawlessness or terrorism; stolen, lost, or misplaced luggage or property; theft or break-ins into vehicles, lodging rooms or elsewhere; transportation or hotel strikes, and accident or illness in remote regions without means of rapid evacuation or medical facilities. Greece Adventure Trips
will not have liability regarding the provision of medical care or the adequacy of any care that may be rendered. By agreeing to participate in a tour and/or optional excursions you agree that you will hold Greece Adventure Trips harmless regarding any provision of medical care or the adequacy of any care rendered. Emergency Medical Travel Insurance is required – see below. You acknowledge that the enjoyment and excitement of adventure travel are derived
in part from the inherent risks incurred by travel and activity beyond the accepted safety of life at home or work and that these inherent risks contribute to such enjoyment and excitement, being a reason for your participation.



Protests and demonstrations, even those that are well intended, have the potential to turn violent with no warning. Counter protests can also turn violent. Action by security forces to disperse demonstrators and protesters may occur at any time. If you are in an area where demonstrators or protesters are gathering, avoid the temptation of staying for a photo opportunity and leave the area immediately.


As a minimum, an average level of fitness and mobility is required to undertake our easiest programs. Travellers must be able to walk without the aid of another person, climb 3-4 flights of stairs, step on and off small boats, and carry their personal luggage. Travellers with a pre-existing medical condition are required to complete a short medical questionnaire, which must be signed by their physician. These requirements ensure that travellers have the necessary fitness and mobility to complete their chosen trip comfortably. While our

Representatives work hard to ensure all our traveller’s needs are catered for, it is not their responsibility to help individuals who cannot complete the day’s activities unaided. Please refer to the physical ratings in this Trip Details document for more information.


When exploring on your own carry only the necessary minimum with you and use a well-hidden money belt for cash and credit cards. The majority of your valuables, including your passport, should be left in the hotel safe. You can organise use of the safe at the reception of your accommodation. There is no need to get paranoid, just be cautious.


Due to the physical nature of a walking vacation, Greece Adventure Trips requires all participants to have overseas emergency medical insurance coverage while on our trips. Travel Insurance is not included in the tour price. You may already have this coverage with your current insurance company. If you do have emergency medical coverage or have purchased Travel Insurance with another company for this trip, please forward proof of the policy to us prior to final payment. If you do not have Travel Insurance, you can choose any company you wish. We use World Nomads and Visitors Insurance. , and have their link on our website, which you can use to receive a quote for emergency medical only or a full policy including the cancellation coverage. Please see our Travel Insurance web page (https: //www.greeceadventuretrips.com/gat-travel_insurance.html) for details. In the event you find it necessary to cancel prior to or during a trip due to injury, personal or family illness or emergencies, or other covered reasons; travel insurance generally reimburses non-refundable costs including the tour and airfare. Additional coverage may include trip interruption, missed connections, lost or delayed baggage, emergency medical transportation, necessary medical care if sick or injured, and emergency evacuation. Whichever company you choose, be sure to confirm the specifics directly with the company. Greece Adventure Trips does not assume any responsibility for the information about the insurance companies or their policies. Please be advised that some types of coverage may require purchase within 24 hours of your initial trip deposit. Although trip “cancellation” insurance is not required, it is strongly recommended.Green Cultural Travel – Community Programs

As we are owned by Green Cultural Travel Hub Limited UEN 201705140R a Singapore registered “Not for Profit” company our profits allow us to continue our support of community projects in the destinations our guests visit.

Purchasers of our Packages will automatically become members of our Green Cultural Travel Hub and Members of our Hub receive a bi- monthly magazine and access to some great travel specials and follow the progress of the community programs we support. Guests can also take the opportunity when booking a Package to make their own donation to Green Cultural Travel Hub Limited.


Greece’s main carriers are Olympic Air and Aegean Airlines. Other airlines operating flights from the UK include British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair. The cost of flights to Greece peaks in July and August when most Europeans take their holidays. Throughout the rest of the year prices vary according to demand.Greece’s motorway network has been significantly upgraded over the past decade or so. Motorways and some bridges incur a toll. In rural areas, and especially on the islands, many roads are narrow, twisty and poorly surfaced. Most major international car hire firms operate throughout Greece, with offices at airports, ferry ports and in all major cities. The legal age for hiring a car is 21. All Greece’s main cities and many small destinations too are connected by an extensive network of long-distance buses, which almost always prove more efficient than the train. Major routes include Athens-Thessaloniki and Athens-Patras.


Greek food tends to be very simple, rarely involving sauces but with full use of local seasonal produce, olive oil and charcoal grills – just as people have been eating in outlying villages for many centuries. However, Athens and some of the more fashionable islands such as Santorini and Mykonos have seen the arrival of fusion cuisine and so-called modern taverna fare (involving lighter dishes with more subtle flavours and artistic presentation).Tap water is drinkable in Athens and other cities – in fact, in areas where the local water is good, bars and restaurants are obliged by law to provide customers with glasses or jugs of tap water free of charge upon request. However, visitors should be wary of drinking tap water in remote areas, and on many islands – even if the locals do it. Bottled water is widely available and prices are strictly controlled on the mainland and islands. Milk is pasteurised and dairy products are safe for consumption. Local meat, poultry, seafood, fruit, and vegetables are considered safe to eat.Tipping waiters in bars and restaurants is the usual, 12% to 15% is the norm.



Wi-Fi is widely available in Greece and in most establishments, it is free to customers. Internet cafes in the cities and on the main islands of Crete, Kos, Mykonos, and Rhodes, also offer Internet access.


In Greece the power sockets are of type C and F. Type C: also known as the standard ‘Euro’ plug. This socket also works with plug E and plug F. Type F: also known as “Schuko”. This socket also works with plug C and plug E. If your appliance’s plug doesn’t match the shape of these sockets, you will need a travel plug adapter in order to plug inThe standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. If your appliance isn’t compatible with 220-240 volts, a voltage converter will be necessary.