"Gozo Jeep Safari"
Information: Price Details
Child: £47.00(Under 12 years)
Preis: Kinder unter 12 Jahren £47.00
Ragazzi (meno di 12 anni) £47.00
FREE Underwater Safari, with every ticket purchased.
Transfers to/from hotel or pick up point.
Chauffer Driven Jeep.
Safari Tour Leader
Malta to Gozo return Ferry
Kindly redeem your FREE Underwater Safari ticket on day of excursion.
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To ensure availability and to avoid disappointment, advanced bookings are recommended. Groups accepted.
"Gozo Jeep Safari"
Tour Operator: Captain Morgan Cruises.
Add a remarkable experience to your to-do list whilst in Malta.
This excursion offers you an action packed day, lunch included.The guided Jeep Safari will visit the most beautiful parts of Gozo. The safari goes to places which are rarely visited by tourists, and even some of the locals do not know exist. Jeep Safaris are suitable for all ages and it is probably the best way of discovering Gozo's hidden charms. You will see some outstanding scenery, drive through typical old villages and capture the rural charm of Gozo.
The Gozo Safari is an experience you will simply never forget.
You will be collected from your accommodation at approximately 7:30am and taken to the Jeep Safari Terminal from where the Jeep Safari departs, you will be taken to board the Gozo Ferry.
From Malta to Mgarr harbour, Gozo
Mgarr is the harbour for Gozo's ferry terminal, as well as a yacht marina, it is also the largest fishing village on Gozo.
Upon arrival in Mgarr, Gozo, we will start our Safari to discover this the magical island. Gozo is also known as Calypso, the name is taken from the nymph Calypso in Homer's Odyssey who was believed to have once lived on the island.
The Land Rover Safari is comfortable and luxurious and are suitable for all ages and it is probably the best way of discovering Gozo's hidden charms and visit the most beautiful parts of Gozo. This safari goes to places which are rarely visited by tourists, and even some of the locals do not know exist. You will see some outstanding scenery, drive through typical old villages and capture the rural charm of Gozo, for example:
We drive to the village of Qala, which is nearby Hondoq ir-Rummien coastline with salt pans and caves.
Qala (pronounced Aala in English) is the eastern-most point of Gozo, and the furthest village furthest from the capital, Victoria. The coastline around Qala is largely rocky, with wonderful views of Malta and Comino. There are a few sheltered inlets, one being the secluded bathing spot at Hondoq ir-Rummien. There are many sites of historical interest here, such as the salt pans, the islands best preserved windmill and prehistoric remains. One can find examples of cart ruts, (parallel tracks cut into the rock) which extend over 180 metres.
From Qala we go onto Nadur.
Nadur has strong maritime links and history. The work "Nadur" means "lookout" in Maltese, which is also the town's motto. Nadur lies upon the easternmost hill of Gozo, the baroque Parish Church dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul dominates Nadur's skyline and one of Gozo's best baroque architectural masterpieces.
From Nadur village of Nadur we go down to Ramla il-Ħamra.
Ramla l-Ħamra (Ramla Bay)has a red sandy beach and is beautifully surrounded by hillsides from both sides and is easily one of the biggest and most beautiful beaches in all of Malta and Gozo.
From Ramla l-Ħamra (Ramla Bay)and then onto the very quaint village of Xagħra.
Xagħra, which means 'wilderness' in Maltese - a discription of the area before it was inhabited. Xagħra is located on a hill in the central north east of Gozo, it has a beautiful (Basilica) parish church, covered throughout with marble, the church is known locally as 'Il-Vitorija', the Blessed Virgin Mary of Victories, is dedicated to the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. Xagħra is famous for its prehistoric sites; the temples of Ggantija and the nearby Neolithic site of Santa Verna. Calypso's cave also lies within Xagħra. The village also has two grottos which have stalactites and stalagmites, namely Ta'Xerri and Ta'Ninu.
From Xagħra, we go onto Victoria.
Victoria (also known by it's old name, "Rabat"), is the capital city of Gozo, where we will stop for some free time and also lunch. Victoria, is located on a hill near the centre of Gozo. In the heart of Victoria lies the Citadella (Citadel), which has been the centre of activity of Gozo since Neolithic times, but is known to be first fortified during the Bronze Age approximately around 1500 BC.
After lunch we head off for Marsalforn
Marsalforn village lies between the hill-top towns of Xaghra and Zebbug on the north west coast of Gozo and is is a very popular tourist resort.
From Marsalforn we go onto Dwejra
Dwejra is a tourist village that belongs to the town of St. Lawrence, with its famous ‘Inland Sea' and Azure Window. The Azure Window (Maltese: Tieqa Zerqa) is a natural arch in the Maltese island of Gozo featuring a table-like rock over the sea. It is situated near two other famous natural landmarks - the Inland Sea, and Dwejra Bay. The stunning geography of the area was created thousands of years ago when two limestone caves collapsed.
From Dwejra we head to Xlendi
Xlendi is a fishing village Xlendi located on the southwest side of Gozo. Xlendi Bay is one of the prettiest places on the island and a 'must see' whilst visiting Gozo. Xlendi Bay is a beautiful inlet with a sandy beach, inky blue sea and majestic cliffs.
From the Fishing Village of Xlendi we go back to Mgarr and the return ferry to Malta.
When we arrive in Malta, we will return to the Safari Terminal at approximately 6:00pm from where you will be collected once again and taken back to your accommodation.