See more of Malta on a full-day cruise that takes you to Gozo and the Blue Lagoon in Comino. Stop on Gozo and take a sightseeing tour by bus, then continue to the Blue Lagoon on Comino where you can swim or explore on foot. The cruise provides beer, wine, and soft drinks, and the tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off.
Full-day cruise to Gozo and Comino Blue Lagoon
Stop at Gozo and take a sightseeing tour by bus
Have time to see Victoria and Qala, and swim in the Blue Lagoon
Includes beer, wine, and soft drinks on the cruise, and hotel pickup and drop-off
After morning pickup from your hotel in Valleta, transfer to the dock to board your boat.
Cruise north along the Malta coast and get great views of St. Paul's Island and Mellieha. Dock at the sister island of Gozo and transfer to a bus for a sightseeing tour that highlights the capital city, Victoria (local residents continue to call the city by its original name, Rabat).
Situated on a hill near the center of the island, Victoria and its surroundings have been inhabited for thousands of years. Visit The Cittadella, a historic fortified city that contains the ruins of an old prison and Court of Justice. Stop at the town of Qala with plenty of time to soak in the picturesque views.
In the afternoon, head to Comino and visit the Blue Lagoon. You can swim in the turquoise waters before reboarding your boat for the return journey to Valletta. Your tour ends with hotel drop-off in the early evening.
This was a fabulous day- we were picked up and taken to the boat - excellent crew very friendly and accommodating - small criticism of bus driver who took us back to hotel - he drove too fast and dangerously in my opinion with a small child and eight people in his minibus
It was an ok tour and honestly my complaints only have to do with the amount of people that they pack on to the boat the buses. We had a hard time finding seats on both. I was told to stand on the tour bus because there weren't enough seats so I could sit with my 3 year old. Luckily we found a few together on another bus but the people who came after us had to sit on the steps of the double decker bus. My kids were knocked around and even to the ground at one point, by people shoving and pushing trying to find seats! Comino and Gozo were beautiful but I'll never do another tour like this. They say open bar but with as many people that were on the boat you had to spend most of the time in line. The bathrooms were disgusting by the first stop from being used so much. Spend the extra money and get a private or smaller tour.
The pick up was 45 minutes late.
Once on the boat, the facility to sunbathe on the top deck cost extra money which is not stated in the description, I was willing to pay it - however, it was already full from the first stop!
The bar on the boat was not equipped for the hundreds of passengers on board. The 'all inc' boat trip, i got approx 3 drinks the entire day as the queues were so big.
It was not good value for money.
On arrival in gozo it was complete mayhem!! There was nobody taking charge or telling people where to go.
We had approx 50 minutes in Gozo, no time to actually do anything other than grab a stressed and harrassed bite to eat!
Back to the boat on a stressful bus journey.
The blue lagoon was the highlight of the day, however on the way back there was no space left on
the boat we had come on so we were decanted onto another boat.
The most organised part of the day was the trip back to the pick up location,
WOULD NOT RECOMMEND.
Of the 8 hour tour 6 hours was spent on the boat getting there, or a bus receiving generic commentary from a recording. An 1 hour was spent in a city that had enough to see and experience that it wound up be a rushed unguided gaggle as three buses all unloaded at the same place and at the same time. The same amount of time was provided on an island with very little to see and do. Overall, the tour company, Supreme Travel, left a lot to be desiredhowever Gozo, itself was interesting to see.
In the morning, the bus driver picked us up more than 30 minutes late and no one contacted us. Later we were dropped off at the ferry and given our passes. There was no schedule or tour guide so we didnt really know what was going on. The ferry took about two hours to get to Gozo and along the way they pointed out a few landscape highlights. When we got to Gozo we were put on tour buses and no one told us what we were seeing or doing, there was an audio option but all of the headphone jacks were broken. The bus drove through parts of Gozo and dropped us off for an hour to see the city sights. Before this drinks were included but during this time we were supposed to tour and apparently find lunch since it wasnt provided even though the website says so. When we returned to board the bus it was 15 minutes late and just dropped us off at the ferry again. When we boarded the ferry it took us to Comino for only an hour. The tour said we would see the Blue Lagoon but instead they dropped us on the other side of the island and offered a cave tour for 10 Euro per person. After this we returned to the ferry and went back to the city.
I was pretty disappointed with this tour since there was no communication and they just herded everyone around. Most of the tour is sitting and you hardly got anytime to explore or see the sites. The next day I took the bus and bought tickets for the public ferry about 16 in total and I enjoyed the experience way more. I would never buy tickets for this tour again.
The tour of Gozo was non existant all we did was a bus ride to a small town stopped for over an 1.45 hour NOTHING there had a drink and food at a market stall then back on bus to the Boat Then to Comino Blue Lagoon for a couple of hours
It was the worst excursion I have ever been. First of all a huge line to get into the boat. Then a long line to get the free drink. Water only in a glass and was warm!! Bottles of water were not free!! Then the tour around gozo was nothing. We passed through un industrial area in the middle of knowwhere and there was nobody to direct us when arrived in victoria on where to go and see. The bus had no aircondition and everybody was complaining for the heat. Finally when arrived to the blue lagoon, although the place is incredible and the water looked amazing, there were thousands of people there which did not attracted us to get in! I would suggest someone to get an early boat there from malta stay for a couple of hours and leave before all these people arrive. It is unfortunate that the Maltese did not control the number of people visiting the place :