Great way to see the beautiful island of Gozo at your own pace, the commentary was very informative and helped us decide where we should hop off the bus. Highly recommended
A day full of joy and real pleasure in the land of history and legends.....that was the most satisfied expirience for me - I could see that much just for a day tour. Very organised and always on time
We were able to see the azure window doing the hop on and off. There is a boat there that with a small fee 5 each they take you out on the water too see the azure window and the caves. We love doing hop on and offs!
It was everything I wanted to see and do in Gozo aon really worth the money.If you are leaving malta for this trip be sure to leave early
We were met at the ferry port and greeted by a very nice driver who handed us our ear phones and away we went, buses ran till a descent time so allowing time to stop and look at the parts we were interested in visiting
the Gozo hop-on-hop off tour was well worth it. I stopped off at the temples and at Ramla beach. It was straightforward and the buses were punctual. It was a good start to my holiday!
Unexpectedly the tour routes were connected, which was great, however I'd say the first tour could start earlier. The other company seems to have more buses and bit better schedule.
It was well organised and helped us make the best from our day on Gozo
Very disappointing--I booked it specifically to see the Ggantija Temple site. Supposedly there were 2 tours, and the Blue Tour went to the temple. I booked the blue tour. When I got there I was told the blue tour did not run from Mgarr after 11:35 and what ran instead was a combined red and blue tour. This meant I had to go to all the red-tour sights first before the blue tour sights, which meant it was well over 2 hours before I got to the Temple, very late in the day. I also didn't dare get off at any of the previous sites because I was afraid if I did, I would not have time to visit Ggantija it closes at 4:30, whereas some of the other sites had no closing hours. So the whole concept of hopping on and off a bus was useless to me, and I barely had enough time to see the one site I wanted to see. Also, when I took Viator's River Kwai tour in Thailand 2 years ago, what made it so memorable was the narrative of the place provided by the guide he told us moving, emotional stories that allowed us to experience- rather than just see- the place. On this trip, the narrative was recorded and was filled with dates, figures, statistics, numbers rather than personal stories do I really care about the water table of Gozo, or its sewer system rather than a compelling version of its history? And whenever we approached a site the recorded narrative told us what we were going to see long before we ever saw it, not while we were in front of it. ie When we get there you will see Ulysses' cave... So when we got to the site we had difficulty finding what she had talked about as we whizzed by. All in all, a boring, overly long, emphasis-on-the-wrong-things kind of tour that didn't satisfy me. What a shame--I had enjoyed my other Viator trip so much I had recommended Viator to many of my travelling friends. Now -- based on this tour -- I won't.
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