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Explore the island of Gozo by Jeep on a full-day tour from Malta. Discover both the highlights and hidden corners of Gozo in a Jeep that can travel on small country roads where larger vehicles cannot venture. Visit top attractions such as Victoria, Qala Belvedere, and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ggantija Temples, along with many other destinations across the island. Includes driver-guide, lunch and food tastings, transportation by Jeep, and hotel pickup and drop-off from select locations.
Full-day Jeep tour of Gozo from Malta
Experience the history and natural beauty of Gozo with an informative guide
Visit the capital city of Victoria and beautiful beaches
Bring your swim gear for a dip at Ramla Bay
Learn about the Ġgantija Temples, a World Heritage Site that dates to the Neolithic era
Includes lunch, transport, and hotel pickup and drop-off
Start your day with morning pickup at your hotel or other select locations, and then transfer to the island of Gozo via boat.
On Gozo, board your Jeep and learn from your guide about the places you'll visit throughout the day. Expect to sample local foods, stop for lunch (included), and get off the beaten path along smaller roads that large tour buses can't navigate.
Get great photo ops of the scenery include Qala Belvedere, Simar Valley, Ramla Bay (swim stop), Calypso Cave, Ggantija Temples (entrance fee not included), Sanap Cliffs, Xlendi Bay, Kercem Heights, Gozo Crafts Centre (includes tasting of local products), Limestone Quarries, Inland Sea, Salt Pans, Marsalforn Bay, Victoria (the capital city), and the Citadel.
At the end of your tour, get dropped off at your hotel.
I was visiting Malta for a week with a friend, but he left a day early so I booked myself the Jeep Tour of Gozo. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable about the island and its history and culture. IT was a great, affordable way to see the entire island in one day. Highly recommended.
Unfortunately my review can not be as good I would have liked - firstly the weather was shocking, of course, this is no ones fault but a couple of things could have been done to make it more pleasant - firstly invest in roll down sides for the jeeps (another company had these) which would have kept guests a bit drier, and secondly, amend the itinerary to spend more time at places that did not rely so much on having good weather. A good example of this is we only got 30 minutes at the Citadel where we could have spent 2 hours, even in the rain - we also had 20+ minutes in a small shop which was completely unnecessary and a number of stops where we were told "normally we would go on a boat here, but not today".
My other main issue was lack of information, our driver was lovely but just that, a driver and not a guide and he gave us very little information about the island and even the places we were going. Even if he had given more information, those sitting in the back of the jeep could not hear anything he said anyway.
I wish I could have been more positive and I see many others seemed to have a much better experience so perhaps it was just an off day.
We were picked up on time which was great but when we were dropped at the dock for the boat ride to Gozo, the driver just sent us down the dock and left so we all stood there for at least half an hour unsure of where to go. Once we arrived on Gozo, we also waited another 45 minutes while the tour got organized and then there was no Jeep left for our group so we had to wait for another Jeep that was coming but was late. Delayed the start of the tour quite a bit but once we were on it it was great! Good sights and lunch was really good. Stops were short (probably because we started so late) but the guide was knowledgeable and very friendly. I would still recommend.
Avoid this tour in bad weather especially, but don't necessarily expect to learn about Gozo anyway. The day we booked for was raining heavily - obviously there was nothing that the tour operator could do about that, but it meant that we were in covered jeeps, which meant we only saw a tiny bit of Gozo through the opening in the back (the thick plastic on the sides was almost impossible to see through).
The only commentary from our guide was to tell us which village we were driving through - we could have got that information by turning on the location on our phones. When we did stop anywhere, he didn’t give any explanation about what we were looking at eg ‘this is a church..........’, nothing about what it was called or why it was interesting. Apparently one of the other guides chatted nonstop to his passengers, so it seems we were unlucky with our allocation.
Rain was dripping on us from the roof covering for the whole day, so we ended up wet and cold. My husband had to sit hunched forward to avoid having the cold, wet roof-covering resting on his head.
As I mentioned earlier, the tour operator couldn’t help the weather, but we both felt that the tour either should have been cancelled, or used a minibus, as at least that way we would have seen something of Gozo and we'd all have had some commentary.
We complained to Viator who responded with this message from the tour operator: "The weather was not as bad as the client mentioned. Also, as mentioned by the client – the weather is not in our control. The tour consisted of 20 other persons and no one has complained about the tour. No refund is to be given."
Obviously we weren't impressed with that reply so I sent this follow up message to Viator: 'We were not complaining about the weather (as I said in my email). Although it was so wet that our shoes still haven’t dried out a day later. Our driver even said at one point, it never rains like this, it’s miserable, we can’t show you what we usually would.
Our complaint was due to the fact that we saw very little of Gozo from inside the closed-in jeep, were wet and uncomfortable and even worse, learnt next to nothing about the place, which is the main reason we take tours.
The fact that no-one else complained is immaterial - our experience was this was the worst tour we’ve been on (many previously have been in heavy rain and we wouldn’t dream of complaining just because it was wet).
It took a few days, but Viator did respond with an apology and partial refund
this was a wonderful day the weather was amazing, and our guide should get a medal as he was fantastic. At the beginning of our trip he told us we were going to have an amazing day and he made sour we did. From beginning to end he had us laughing and his knowledge was fantastic, we had lunch too and the food was amazing, a bit disappointed that there was only white wine no red, but that's me just been pernickety.the whole day was a great experience, i would really recommend this tour for a whole day out. it made our holiday.
Very well run from start to finish. It is more like a private tour as the jeep can only take 5 - 6 passengers with the driver. The driver took us to many points of interests although you can't stay too long in each one. In my opinion, this trip is by far better than taking the big coach tour. The best part was that they picked up and dropped off at my hotel, very convenient.
This trip was amazing. Our guide Louis did a great job showing us Gozo. The transport to Gozo from Sliema went smooth. Was a real bonus that we got to see the Blue Lagoon with powerboat on the way back.