Enjoy the Caldera with a Kayak
- Explore Santorini with a Kayak
- Coffee break at Thirasia
- Sunset view while we are having dinner
Starting from the north west point and rounding the spectacular cliffs of Oia the most beautiful village of Santorini. Enter the caldera from the north passage between Santorini and Thirasia, coffee break at Thirasia. Stop at Palia Kameni for picnic swimming and snorkeling. Continue south to Ballos bay where finish and celebrate the day with the sunset view while we are having dinner.
Need to know
Duration : total time 8 ½ hours – sea kayaking 7 hours | Distance: 12 miles | Level:intermediate, experience needed | Age:from 14 and above | Requirements: swimming knowledge, basic physical condition | Min participants: 4 persons Max participants: 16 | Map | We suggest to take with you: 1lt of water, sunscreen, shoes that can get wet and a towel.
All sea kayaking equipment, snorkeling gear, taxes, transfers to the activities, BCU certified English speaking guide, pic-nic and dinner.
What's Not Included
Drinks are not included
Up to 7 days full refund(No Payment)
Up to 3 days withholding 30%(payment of 30%)
No refund less than 3 days(Full Payment)
Crossing the caldera
Guest : Gregory C.
Great trip for both beginners and experienced paddlers. Novices can use the double kayaks while experienced paddlers can use a single. The view of the caldera from a sea kayak is spectacular. The guides are experienced and have taken training in the UK. At first I thought the trip was pricy, but actually it was quite reasonable since it included transfers to and from our hotel, lunch, and an end of tour dinner at a traditional sea side restaurant built into a cave. This was one of the high points of our trip to Greece.