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Santorini Sunset Dinner Cruise Including Nea Kameni Visit
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Santorini Volcano Cruise Including Hot Springs, Thirasia and Optional Oia Sunset
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Private Tour: Santorini Volcano Trip Including Hot Springs
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Reviewed October 2, 2016

At almost 73 I thought I would not make the almost mile climb up to the top of the Volcano in the caldera of Thira, Santorini. But what a reward! The view was fantastic! I was winded and very tired, but it was definitely worth...More

Thank cigarmac
Reviewed October 2, 2016 via mobile

Picked up at Fira new port by a beautiful wooden boat along with maybe 100 others. Firstly a trip to Nea Kameni, the active part of the volcano that is Santorini. Once dropped off at the pier , a guide from the ship takes you...More

Thank Imiller9
Reviewed September 18, 2016 via mobile

Whilst most boats take you to the hot springs on the other island, we were taking to the springs on Nea Kameni. There were only 5 people there including us two. It was quite a long swim as you head of your boat toeards and...More

Thank Paul B
Reviewed September 9, 2016

Mountain climbing fanatics would surely love this place. This is an active volcano seated right at the middle of the Caldera bay which is still believed to be active according to scientists due to the sulfur emissions you will find in one of its craters....More

Thank gurufvg
Reviewed August 29, 2016

A lot of boat tours every day visit the volcano. Walk to the top and take with you a volcanic rock as souvenir.

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Reviewed August 26, 2016

This volcano is an active volcano situated on a nearby island. It is accessible by the countless number of ferries on the port. Make sure you take your tickets for the volcano and hot spring tour in santorini itself and if possible a day prior....More

Thank amarsesma
Reviewed August 24, 2016

You should be ready to walk under the sun to a hot black stony path. The view from the top is fantastic. You will see (and smell) sulphurous gases coming out of the crater (no danger). A boat will travel you there from Fira old...More

Thank shelman02
Reviewed August 17, 2016

the trip to the volcano is must in santorini. The boat stop outside the sea and if you know swimming you can go to the island and swim to the orange waters (due to iron from and oxides from the volcano). Really warm waters their,...More

Thank omiros2016
Reviewed August 9, 2016

One of the islets just off Santorini also known as the Volcano .Formed from volcanic eruptions hundreds of years ago along with its sister islets of Paleo Kameni and Thirassia.It shows what nature has created with its craters in various depths and the lava everywhere...More

Thank Vinceybaby
Reviewed August 2, 2016

Strange landscape,the island look like after a assiduous bombing . Barren rock,in some parts tufts of dry grass, a lot of dust, very hot... you feel like you're walking into a dump. The only thing that reminds about the volcano is the 2-3 fumaroles and...More

Thank zuv
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Shann S
Can I still join and go to The water if I can't swim?
September 21, 2016|
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Response from omiros2016 | Reviewed this property |
No, because in our tour the ship stop to swim to the Nea Kameni. So if you don't know swim you can't walk into water.