Crete private tour vacation
€1950 excluding flights
Description of Crete private tour vacation
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetAs international tourism affects the environment in many ways such as increasing the air, litter & sewage pollution, natural habitat loss and even endanger many animal species, we, as tourism personnel and hoteliers try our best to sustain the environment as much as possible and learn to live like that and inspire our guests to do the same.
Our main target for organizing these tours is to make them environmentally sustainable, protect the endangered animals and support the local communities. We firstly recycle paper, glass, plastic and metal. Apart from the process of recycling more materials and using less paper by sending all the required documents online via emails , we also try to reduce our carbon emission.
As we are visiting ancient monuments and sights, it is a must to help these places remain intact so we recommend our travelers to respect them by not polluting them and walking to the short -distance places that they visit in order to reduce the car fuels.
PeopleChoosing our vacations, you choose responsible vacations. As Mr Panagiotopoulos, founder and president of our company, was born and raised here, one of his biggest concerns is to ensure that tourism will not affect our area negatively 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 locally-based and all our guides, drivers and employees are locals too, ensuring not only the economical benefit of our area but also your cultural benefit. All our food suppliers & tavern partners are local too.
On this trip, you will visit so many different places and you will always be surrounded by locals, experiencing the Greek way of living. But the most important thing 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 better finance and organisation of our archaeological museums and sites.