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Multi activity holiday in Greece

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Price includes: Accommodation for 7 nights with breakfast, transportation,activities,3 meals,tickets for sights,museums and caves. Exc flights.Single supplement €125. Child discount (7-14yrs)25% sharing room with two adults Recommended min age: 7yrs.
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2016: 2 Apr, 9 Apr, 16 Apr, 23 Apr, 30 Apr, 7 May, 14 May, 21 May, 28 May, 4 Jun, 11 Jun, 18 Jun, 25 Jun, 2 Jul, 9 Jul, 16 Jul, 23 Jul, 30 Jul, 6 Aug, 13 Aug, 20 Aug, 27 Aug, 3 Sep, 10 Sep, 17 Sep, 24 Sep, 1 Oct, 8 Oct, 15 Oct, 22 Oct
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Multi activity holiday in Greece

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“Our only week long activity holiday in the Peloponnese region of Greece. Combining adventure with ancient history, in a very untouristy region, makes this trip, quite simply, epic.”
Highlights: Tripoli | White water rafting Loussios River |Cycling in Arcadia | Astros beach | Hiking Lousios gorge | Secret Filosofou and Prodromou monasteries | Sailing Gulf of Argolis | Windsurfing | Sea kayaking | Karathona beach
The Peloponnese family running this small group holiday has created an epic mix of both adventure and culture. Completely passionate about both the outdoors and their region’s cultural heritage, they know that you can’t go white water rafting on the Loussios River without stopping to visit the ancient caves at Kapsia. Or head off cycling into Arcadia, without visiting the ancient temple of Alea Athena.

And a hike in the stunning Loussios Gorge leads you to the extraordinary hidden Filosofou and Prodromou monasteries, turning a walk into the best history lesson you’ve ever had. Swap history for happy hysteria with two days of top water activities too, sailing in the Gulf of Argolis, swimming and windsurfing off Karathona beach. No wonder this is one of our best-selling trips.
Our top tip:
Bring a snorkel and mask. And plenty of eco and marine friendly sunscreen.
Trip type:
Small group holiday. Max. 20 people. Min. age 7.
Activity level:
3* hotel or apartments, 5 nights in Tripoli, 2 nights in Nafplio.
Accommodation, all breakfasts, transport, some meals, activities.
Plenty of taverna treats to be had.
Solos welcome. Surcharge for single room.
About this holiday company:
Founded 2012 by Christos, Peloponnese born and bred, this company is, to use a Greek word, the antithesis of mass tourism. Meaning, literally, ‘set against’ something. Because his trips break all the tourism moulds.
Hello. If you'd like to chat about this holiday or need help finding one we're very happy to help. Rosy & team.

Multi activity holiday in Greece

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Multi activity holiday in Greece: the story of this holiday company

Running activity holidays may seem an unlikely profession for a qualified engineer but it was actually quite a natural progression for me. I was part of the team constructing our family hotel in Tripoli and once we were up and running I took over as general manager and studied for my Tourism Management qualifications. As the current crisis took hold in Greece we found less and less local holidaymakers coming to our beautiful region and keen to encourage visitors from overseas and develop tourism in the area I began the tours. We are lucky to have avoided mass tourism here and we don’t wish to destroy what we have, we wish to share the beauty of our nature and local sites with others. What we have here is pure and we want to maintain that!

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All the activities included in this trip, are environment-friendly. We prefer using the power of the wind and the power of the water rather the power of gas and that’s why we don’t offer activities like jeeps or jet-skis. We are also owners of the small city hotel that you will stay during your holidays here where we recycle paper, glass, plastic and metal. At your arrival here you will be given a Travellers Code of Conduct, where you will get informed about how to apply maximum responsibility during your holidays concerning environmental and socio-cultural factors.

As we are aware of the fact that your trip here will cause carbon emissions, we offer 1% of the price to the environment for offsetting them! This money is going to be used, in cooperation with the local Forestry Office, the Greek Trekking Club of Tripolis and the Tripolis Ecologist Club, for afforestation in our mountains, that have been hit by great fires in the summer of 2007. We hope that our effort will push other companies, individuals or local authorities to contribute to this project too.


Choosing our holidays, you choose responsible holidays. As Mr Panagiotopoulos, founder and president of our company, was born and raised here, one of his biggest concerns is to secure that tourism will not affect negatively our area in ecological and socio-cultural way, and also that the locals will mostly benefit from your travel. Our company which is the organizer and operator of this package is local-based and all our guides, drivers, activity specialists and employees are locals too, ensuring not only the economical benefit of our area but also your cultural benefit.

In this trip, you will visit so many different places and you will always be surrounded by locals, experiencing the Greek way of living. But what is most important for us, is that your presence here gives us a strong negotiation card for pressing the local authorities for the development of our area, such us constructing cycling streets in our city or finance and organize better our archaeological museums and sites.

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Multi activity holiday in Greece

You can trust Responsible Travel reviews because, unlike many other schemes, reviews can ONLY be written by people who we have verified have been on the holidays. In addition, we don't run these holidays ourselves - our only interest is giving you the best independent advice.

5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really

Reviewed 21 Aug 2015 by Tony Mcleod4 star rating

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

We enjoyed all elements of this holiday; cycling through beautiful villages and towns allowing us to get a very close look at historic sites, trekking through the lush, green stunning gorge, the exhilaration of rafting on the magical Loussios River and the adventurous sailing with Captain Aris. However, the most memorable part of all is the friendliness and warmth of all of the people associated with the tour company and the excellent, skilled and professional rafting instructors. From the moment we arrived at Kalamata airport, we were greeted by a lovely man called Dimitris who looked after us for the entire holiday and even went above and beyond his call of duty to help us with a problem with our (independently arranged) car hire at the end of the holiday.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Our advice would be to get out and about on free days because there is so much to see in this stunning part of the world. We might suggest asking Captain Aris (who is an intriguing and lovely man) for some tips on sailing and what he might expect of his guests during the trip, before he sets off. He gives instructions during the trip but some basics before setting off (as the rafting instructors do) would ensure that everyone is prepared.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

We felt that it was benefiting local business and supporting conservation as the travel company is committed to supporting reforestation in the area.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

We really enjoyed this holiday, we met lots of nice local people and were lucky to be in a small group with another family that were great fun to be with.
We can't stress enough how special it felt to have this very personal and flexible
approach to our holiday and be 'befriended' by our guides. It was like going on
holiday to a friend's house who takes you to all the best places in the area. Luckily for us, English is spoken widely in Greece and our guides Dimitris and Michalis (as well as Christos) spoke it perfectly. From everyone in the Hotel in Tripoli to our excellent rafting instructor - Alex, who also spoke impeccable English, we were looked after very well. A great fun holiday overall.

Reviewed 02 Jul 2014 by Cheryl Suares5 star rating

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

Overall the holiday was very memorable & exciting, however, rafting was the best as we could take even a seven year old. Nafplio was just an amazing place to be, though Tripoli not a touristic city but we had our maximum excitment there due to the activities arranged between the most scenic place by the package provider.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Even month of June is very hot and you will need tons of sunscreen to avoid heat burns.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

Besides the revenue generated by our holiday spendings cant say if our holiday benefited in any more way to for the locals.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?


Reviewed 23 Apr 2014 by June Nelson5 star rating

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

We were a group of 8 adults and most would have agreed the rafting was brilliant, although in fairness all the activities were excellent, well organised and suited to all abilities. Our guide Christos was so helpful and professional. And the picnic by the river was really enjoyable, what's not to like about cold beers, good food and company.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

If you and your friends love different activities on a holiday then get packing. This holiday was value for money as everything was catered for and all we did was step on a bus in the morning. The itinerary was also adaptable to our needs. If you go bring snorkelling gear, a rash vest or wet suit type top (for the rafting) and old runners for the water. We booked an extra night in Athens so we could ramble the streets and see more of the city. Our guide Christos helped us to book the hotel which was very central and next to the Acropolis.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

Yes definitely, we were not in a tourist area for the first 5 days of the holiday which gave us a chance to benefit local people by eating/drinking out, shopping etc. No menus in English here, all local food and people very friendly. By holidaying in this area we found out that we were contributing to the replanting of a local forest that was previously burnt down.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

Excellent, we all really enjoyed the different activities. Our guide was fun and knowledgeable. We will definitely be back, just need to start saving!!!

Reviewed 03 Sep 2013 by Nicolescu ion4 star rating

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

Every day was special and exciting and We would repeat every day again

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

We would tell them to enjoy and expect ecactly what they came for

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

I think we could give a little bit of support to the greek people that face rough times now

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

Everybody in the organisation did their best to make everything wonderful
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