South West Crete is a unique place with amazing crystal clear waters. Beside these beautiful and well-known places which you can access easily on your own, there is another “hidden” side through mountains, trails and gorges which we can help you discover!
Our company offers well organized jeep tours with our 7-seater Land Rover jeeps. During the excursions, you will explore pure areas with breathtaking views, you will taste local products and dishes and you will enrich your knowledge about Cretan Tradition, History, Culture and Customs.
Professionalism, hospitality and safety are just some of the words that describe our team. We are ready to show you the “adventurous” side of the island and share with you our love for it! We ensure that it will be an unforgettable experience!
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Wonderful day off roading through forest filled with butterflies and bees going along tracks to investigate gorges, caves and waterfalls, climbing high into the white mountains to the Kalergis refuge to sip mountain tea while lookIng into the depths of the Samarian gorge. Little taverna hidden away where we investigated the kitchen to choose our meals. Wine, good company and a brilliant informed driver called Yannis. A much to do experience. E Allen
It was an unforgettable experience.. we saw things that couldn't even think they exist. After 10 years visiting beautiful Paleochora, this year we had the chance to live like people in Crete do and see so many things that we couldn't with our rental car. Thanks to Giannis and Akis. We will try the other tours next year!
What a great day, 8 hours of exploring round the White mountains with lunch and coffee stops at traditional Cretan Taverners. I have hired cars in the past and driven these roads but I would never have seen the sites Giannis showed us. Driving also stopped me seeing the great scenery en route, being chauffeured with out having to worry about directions was very luxurious.
I have walked to Anidri before and passed within 20m of the Priest caves that Giannis showed us, we didnt see them. You have to have local knowledge to see these things.
Our guide (fluent in Greek, German and English) Heika, was a fascinating source of information about Cretan life and culture plus the flora and fauna of the area and there was some insightful discussion about the difference in UK species and Cretan.
Coffee and local food were great and don't be fooled into thinking thinking that "all inclusive" means the same as UK "all inclusive" (cup of tea and motorway sandwich). Great food and plenty of it. Lunch was huge with typical fresh fruit, local wine and Raki to finish. Excellent day out and whilst the initial cost might seem high, I think when you consider what you get it is great value for money and a memorable day out.