The incredible beaches of the picturesque island of Santorini. Admire the crystal blue Ionian Sea. Explore the port town of Parga. Swim the clear Papingno natural lakes. River tube the Voidomatis River. And after all of this, sample real Greek food with olive oil and lots of feta!
Discover the home of the first Olympic Games in 776 BC. And since the starting line of the first Olympic game is still there, race your friends! Whitewater raft the thrilling Alfeios River. Then Nafplio, the first capital of modern Greece, to climb the many steps up to the Palamidi Fortress.
Go straight to the heart and soul of Greece—its capital city, Athens. Marvel at the astounding architectural of the Parthenon and Acropolis. See Aphrodite in the New Acropolis Museum. And in Nafplio, the theatre of Epidavros, where actors can be perfectly heard by all 15,000 spectators.
Stretches of incredible coastline. Outstanding beaches. A land touched by many empires, with links to past civilizations. Ancient ruins, classical sculptures, and archaeological treasures at every turn. A balmy swim in the deepest of blue waters. Fresh Greek cuisine, full of olives and feta, tzatziki and souvlaki. But beyond the picturesque and breathtaking, Greece is endlessly fascinating. Its capital city, Athens is one of the oldest cities in the world. It is considered the Cradle of Civilization and credited with being the birthplace of democracy, western philosophy, political science, Western literature, major mathematical principles and theater. Find relics of ancient times, museums housing precious artifacts, mazes of narrow, cobble-stoned, medieval streets leading to Byzantine courtyards. The birthplace of theatre and ancient Greek dramas, there is a lot that is dramatic about Greece. And it’s the kind of drama you can’t help but love.
I had a really great cultural experience. I loved both Naxos and Santorini, the sights were beautiful and the hotels were amazing. I really enjoyed all of the activities such as the cooking class, the volcanoes and hot spring tour. I had a lot of fun on this trip and I really enjoyed the staff! They were really fun and funny but at the same time responsible.”
In Greece, I loved that there was a mix of relaxing, active, history, and cultural related activities. My favorites were SCUBA diving and visiting the volcano. The itinerary was very well planned and the staff did a great job of creating a welcoming environment.”