Taormina, Italien
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Erkunden Sie die vulkanischen Inseln von Panarea und Stromboli in der zum UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe gehörenden Äolischen Inselgruppe, auf einem Tagesausflug von Taormina. Nach einer Fahrt mit dem Motorboot zu den einzelnen Inseln, haben Sie Zeit zur freien Verfügung, um mit den Delfinen im kristallklaren Wasser zu schwimmen oder durch die Dörfer zu schlendern. Fahren Sie rund um die Insel Stromboli mit ihrem grandiosen Vulkan. Ein Krater namens Sciara del Fuoco ist vom Wasser aus gut sichtbar, also halten Sie Ausschau nach seinen häufigen Ausbrüchen, die den nächtlichen Himmel erleuchten!

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S
, Okt 2017

Wir haben schon viele Touren überall gebucht und sind bestimmt nicht Leute, die an allem was auszusetzen haben. Aber diese Tour war die Schrecklichste, die wir je mitgemacht haben. Zumal man woanders für den Preis eine Privatreise oder zumindest eine Kleingruppenreise bekommt. Wir haben extra die teuere Reise genommen. Im Hafen haben wir noch über eine Stunde gewartet, bis das große Schiff war rettungslos überfüllt war. Aber wir haben ja auch noch Leute von anderen Inseln abgeholt! Wenn man das Glück hatte, einen Platz auf den engen Sitzen zu kriegen, hat man leider draußen nichts gesehen, weil die Leute draußen dicht bei dicht vor den Fenstern standen. Wenn man auch mal ein Bild vom Stromboli machen wollte, musste man sich den Platz erkämpfen. Beim Ablegen von den Inseln, standen die Leute schon 1h an, um einen guten Platz zu bekommen. Von der Reiseleitung hat man auf dem lauten Schiff nichts mitbekommen! Nur das wir rücken sollten, um anderen das Sitzen zu ermöglichen. Beim Anlegen hat das Schiff extrem geschaukelt, das das für die vielen älteren Leute ein echtes Problem war und das Ein-und Aussteigen sich stark verlängerte, weil nur Holzstege angelegt waren! Nachhinein habe ich von Freunden erfahren, dass der ganze Ausflug vor 3 Jahren auch schon so war! Wir hatten ganz andere Vorstellung! Nie wieder so einen Ausflug! Blanke Geldabzockebei 80,00 EUR pP bei hunderten von Leuten! Dafür ist mir der Urlaub zu Schade!

T
, Jun 2016

Nach dem Sonnenaufgang verdeckten die Wolken leider die Sicht auf die Eruptionen am Stromboli.

E
, Sep 2018

Öarna var fina och sevärda. Vulkanutbrott i solnedgång vid Stromboli var magiskt!MEN, Turen var påfrestande som attan på grund av att ”guiden” pratade konstant och jättehögt i högtalarna HELA båt och bussresan. På 4 olika språk. Det handlar inte om kommentarer då och då utan det är konstant. Det är på en sån ljudnivå att det är svårt att prata med personen som sitter bredvid dig. Detta förstör tyvärr hela upplevelsen.

P
, Sep 2018

There was no actual tour but just transportation first by coach and then by ferry to both islands.The ferries were overcrowded.

P
, Jul 2018

Beautiful boat journey, a once in a lifetime experience. Tour guide communicated clearly about the islands. The islands where very small and we were given plenty of time to go and explore. We witnessed the volcano erupting which was amazing and the sun set was fabulous. A great day out.

M
, Jul 2018

We, a family of five (two adults, three kids), had an enjoyable day out at sea getting to know the Panarea and Stromboli islands. Our guide (Salvatore?) was quite knowledgeable about the islands and island life in general and illustrated many of the things we saw with nice anecdotes. Contrary to many of the other reviews we did not find the boat or the islands too crowded. There was ample space to choose the seats from on board and the captain turned the boat around so that everyone could get a good view of the sights from where they sat.

Unfortunately the weather was not the best possible as the top of Stromboli was covered in clouds and the volcano itself dormant. This is, however, something that cannot be guaranteed in advance. Would still definitely recommend to those who have not visited Mediterranean islands or seen an active volcano before.

M
, Jul 2018

What the info about the tour doesn't tell you is how long the trip to and from the islands are and that the trip turns out to be a 14 hour day....way too long! First you have to meet at a designated spot...for us a 15-20 minute walk to the bus station from our hotel in Taormina. A large bus picks you up for an hour and 20 minute drive down a very tight and winding road to the port. Then another hour and 20 minute boat ride to the first island. You're on the island for 2+ hours (could be a shorter time since not much to see or do) then back on the boat for 20 minutes to Strombolli for another 2+ hours. Then back on the boat to go near the volcano to possibly see lava and finally the long boat and bus ride to be dropped off at 12:30 a.m. to walk back to our hotel. I would not recommend this tour unless you don't mind the everyone day. And the tour guide had to repeat e everything in 3-4 languages which was annoying.....perhaps giving everyone a flyer with the info. I loved the Etna food and wine tour and would highly recommend doing that instead.

K
, Jun 2018

Awful! Again, the guide did not tell us much. The boat was too crowded and it was rough going out....many people were soaked when the waves crashed and we were on the upper deck. Because there is no space, everyone is pushing each time you get back on the ship trying to get a decent viewing seat.. This experience was also awful. Why not have the staff create a queue on the pier? Panarea was hot and nothing to do after we ate lunch. Should have had more time on Stromboli. With scant directions, we found the beach, but it was already in shadow...having missed our best beach time on Panarea. The return was a bigger nightmare. Huge waves and numerous people ill, which was not improved by the crew taking smoke breaks at the back where people were retching! Never saw the fire, which was just as well,because there were not enough seats and too many people to see out the windows. This ship is not well equipped for this excursion. There are local ships that were excellent and not crowded. A long, tiring, expensive day!

P
, Dez 2017

This was a great tour, got to see the Aeolian archipelago in a day and also the wonderful Stromboli island and it’s volcano. The negative is a very crowded boat and partly caotic arrangement for someone not speaking Italian. However the trip can be recommended as a must during a stay in Sicily.

l
, Dez 2017

Very interesting tour around two beautiful island towns and surrounding geologic features, led by a friendly and knowledgable guide. Spectacular view of Mt Etna. Exciting night view of Stomboli's volcano spewing steam, smoke, and burning gases. We were lucky to have beautiful, sunny weather and smooth seas in October. My only complaint was that the boat was full and it was hard to get a seat or standing space where you had an unobstructed view for taking pictures. It was a long day's travel, but worth the effort and expense.


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