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A must do. Wear the right shoes as the terrain is brutal in some spots

A great day. It was a long day but well worth it. Walking the Samaria Gorge was an awesome experience, especially exciting seeing the Iron Gates.

Excellent experience, knowledgeable and friendly guides!

This experience was packed full of interesting activities and adventures! Our guide, Kostas, was very friendly and seemed very passionate about the job. We first went to a lake and a monastery where we learned about early food production, and had an amazing breakfast of Raki, bread and olive oil and rusks with honey. We then started to go up into the mountains which was an amazing experience. The food at the taverna at lunch was delicious and it was great to have some time to be on the beach. We visited many different paces and learnt so much about the fascinating ancient history of crete. Thank you so much for a brilliant day!

Great trip, a must when visiting Crete. The organization was excellent

A great all-day hike, a must see when on Crete. The bus picked me up early in the morning from Rethimno and from there it’s a 1.5 hours bus ride to the national park. During the ride you get all the needed information about the day. The guide was very helpful and provided all the necessary details. Good hiking shoes would be useful or at least a good pair of sneakers. After the 15km hike you come to the southern coast of Crete so take you swimming suit and you won’t regret it - swimming in the sea after 6 hour of hiking feels amazing.

Travel guide was very well organised, professional, timely and best!!

Travel guide has managed everything really well. We felt safe during whole trip. I would highly recommend!!

From Rethymno: Day Trip to Elafonisi Island Reviewed by Anonymous, 10/01/2018

The highlight of our whole holiday, thank you Stavros.

Collected from our hotel on time. Stavros was entertaining and informative, about all things Cretan. The scenery was beautiful and where it was not perhaps safe for everyone to get out and take photographs, Stavros took photos for us, on everyone's camera. The only slight disappointment of the day, was the 'typical Cretan lunch at a typical Cretan taverna'. Small peppers and large tomatoes, stuffed with sticky and very salty rice, served with a mountain of roasted potatoes. Hmmmm.....