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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 6 days ago

Walking on an active volcano is an amazing experience! It's not every day you get to do this. The walk up can be a bit exhausting if it's hot, so make sure you bring some water and maybe book a morning boat to avoid the...More

1  Thank TravellingGs
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This active all Cano was the first stop on one of our sunset cruise stops. There was a fee to climb up the volcano and you are required to have water with you as there's no place to buy it and the hike up can...More

Thank c_estrellaroca
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The walk up to the top of the volcano is not easy and not for everyone but the views from the top are totally worth the walk. You can have 360 degree panoramic views of the volcanic island. You can walk around the crater, you...More

Thank Dushyant M
Reviewed 8 May 2017

The walk up to the small vents in the crater is a small bit of exercise, but you are rewarded with 1.) great views of Santorini,2.) a landscape like in a science fiction film. 3.) smelling sulpher straight out of the earth and a chance...More

Thank KansaTraveller
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Visited this place during island tours... nice view from top... nothing much to do... just good for taking pictures...

Thank TraveKings
Reviewed 27 January 2017

This excursion can be bought in any place and hotel in Santorini, as it is very popular. Boats leave from the new harbour and it takes about 20 minutes to travel to the volcano in the middle of the caldera. Then all people disembark and...More

1  Thank Superkatt
Reviewed 5 November 2016

Best views of Santorini and all the surrounding islands at the top, which is a quick easy climb. Active steam vents and geological recording equipment bring home the significance of the area. Biggest down side was how crowded it was despite the isolation. Boat after...More

Thank NYCulinaryGoddess
Reviewed 29 October 2016

If you've been to Santorini more then once and are looking for something different to do, an option is to take a boat and visit the other two islands formed when the volcano erupted. To do this we needed to take a small boat from...More

1  Thank Eddiemack
Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

The volcano was a really interesting site and as you climb it you also get great views of Santorini. It is a climb to the peak and depending on the time of year can be hot, so you need to be somewhat fit to make...More

Thank Casey W
Reviewed 5 October 2016

Many trips available to visit here, hot-springs & thirasia, nice little boat trip around the bay to visit these islands, bit of a trek up hill-side but worth seing, views up top are to die for, also see still creating steam from underground, still active,...More

Thank mick2159
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Shann S
Can I still join and go to The water if I can't swim?
21 September 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.
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