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Santorini Volcano

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Santorini Volcano

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Santorini Caldera Cruise Including Full Greek Meal and Drinks

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This is the ideal pick for travelers looking for a luxurious catamaran cruise that uncovers Santorini’s beauty. Pick from a daytime or sunset cruise, and visit scenic beaches, the caldera (flooded volcanic crater), and hot springs. Eliminate the hassle of bringing food with you, as a delicious Greek meal with unlimited wine and beer is included.
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Zia B wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom129 contributions16 helpful votes
We visited this volcano as part of a half day boat trip, I’d certainly recommend it. The volcano is dormant now after 70 years since its last activity. But the history is a bettering if you get a good guide and they tell you all about it. Bring water, and wear proper trainers. You can do in sandals but I wouldn’t advise it. There are steps initially, then it gets gravelling and steep. There are multiple rest stops, some shaded some not. It’s about 1km to the top point, up hill about 20 mins. The views are astonishing and you certainly get some more bettering pictures but do bring water depending on when you visit it’s toasty up there, with no water stops, toilets etc. The entrance fee is €2.50 cash only there are some guides in various languages.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Francesco G wrote a review Aug 2020
Domdidier, Switzerland687 contributions111 helpful votes
I had an excursion on the volcano island. It has been really a long long walk under the sun. The view is great and also the place worth it but be ready to walk a lot and bring water with you.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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TravelinSuz wrote a review Apr 2020
Chandler, Arizona869 contributions291 helpful votes
I went for the history and unique factor. It’s steep and longer than I thought really hot in may. Otherwise interesting.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Krishhere wrote a review Mar 2020
Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), India1,408 contributions86 helpful votes
We were staying at Imerovigl from where we had an excellent view of the caldera. We took a tour by boat to the volcano island. The best part was the boat ride through the blue waters of the Aegean sea. Some of the views were as if from picture post cards. We docked at the volcano island made of black rocks and our tour guide took the people on a hike of the volcano. A handful of us chose to stay back on the boat and enjoy the breeze and the scenery. It was a morning well spent.
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Date of experience: August 2019
irenesiah wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore388 contributions131 helpful votes
Was looking for an activity to do in Santorini and our hotel staff recommended going on a Volcano boat tour. Definitely a great way to go around different islands. Departed from the old port of Fira, you can choose to walk down like we did (or you can choose to take the poor horses, or take the cableway from the top). There is also a small hike at the first volcano pit stop. Good to wear proper shoes. 3 hour was just sufficient for the tour. We didn't bother to jump into the 'hotspring' water cos we've read reviews on how it's not that fantastic. We did not regret to choose to stay onboard. Overall a good experience and recommended for anyone finding activities to do in Santorini.
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Date of experience: August 2019