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Hornblower Cruises

Bugibba, Malta
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About Hornblower Cruises
We offer two tours. Both tours depart from the Bugibba Jetty Monday to Saturday at 10.30am to 5.30pm. Option A - Comino + Blue Lagoon + Caves: 20euro. This cruise is attractive for all you beach lovers and island explorers. We stop on Comino island in the Blue Lagoon for 4.5 hours. Paradise to the beach lovers you've seen the image of the stunning Blue Lagoon on enough postcards, its time to check out the real thing. An afternoon here provides ample time for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing. You can enjoy the crystal clear waters by using our free snorkels aboard or the 10 meter water slide from the top deck. If you are not a swimmer or want to explore the untouched beauty of Comino, with its breathtaking views and old history, you can walk up to the St. Maria tower built in 1618 A.D., the St. Maria Battery, or the old church built in 1716 A.D and enjoy the wonderful views of Malta and Gozo from the cliffs of Comino. Option B - Comino + Blue Lagoon + Gozo + Caves 25euro. Do it all in one day. This trip includes a 3 hour stop in Gozo and 1.5 hours on Comino. During the 3 hour stop one can explore the Island of Gozo by using our organised minibus tours which will take you to see Dwejra, Fungus Rock, the inland Sea, stop at Ta' Pinu church, Citadel (the old fortified city), Victoria (the capital city) and bypass Xewkija church.
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Gozo, Comino, Blue Lagoon and Caves Tour

See some of the most spectacular natural sites on Malta's northern coast and visit Comino Island, home to the famed Blue Lagoon, with this tour. Highlights include visits into the Ahrax and Santa Maria caves and the chance to swim in Comino's Blue Lagoon. You also stop at the island of Gozo, where you can take an optional sightseeing bus tour or explore at your leisure before returning to Malta.
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7 hours
from $27.94

Comino, Blue Lagoon and Caves

See some of the most beautiful natural areas in and around the island of Malta with this boat trip. Take a boat ride out to Comino Island, entering into the Ahrax and Santa Maria caves along the way. Once you reach Comino Island, you get the chance to swim in the waters of the Blue Lagoon and sunbathe before passing the island of Gozo on your way back to Malta.
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7 hours
from $22.35
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Lovely trip, brilliant crew. We have done this trip many times and will certainly do it ahain when possible
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You won’t regret doing this! It is well worth the money you pay and is very well organised. On the boat over to the blue lagoon we got to get up close in to the caves and get some great pictures. They played music on the speed boat over there and there was a great atmosphere all
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A very interseting journey and island visit , and not to be missed. Ocean surrounding is amazingly clear and colourful. You must visit !!
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Another great town with really friendly people , visit the Bethleham villiage during Christmas with real People and Animals interacting with you as you visit their homes and farm outlets.
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We went on a trip organised by Jet2. It was a tour of the island by tuktuk. The guide we had was fantastic and he took us to places we would not have normally seen. We were lucky to be collected by a classic bus which to us to the ferry terminal in Malta. We then crossed to Gozo
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