THREE (3) HOURS MORNING TUK-TUK TOUR - GOZO
Easily reached by the Gozo Channel Ferry departing Cirkewwa (Malta) 09h45am and arriving Mgarr Terminal in (Gozo) around 10h15am. The Tuk-Tuk driver will be holding a Yippee Tuk-Tuk tours sign outside the arrivals terminal.
The Tuk-Tuk offers a forward-facing seating position and can take a maximum of 6 passengers. Our local experienced drivers will take you to sites and attractions that no other means of transport can access. The tour proceeds at your choosen pace, so feel free to ask the driver to stop for any photo opportunity you come across as you Tuk-Tuk around. You can instantly post your photo on social media as the Tuk-Tuk offers free wifi to all (six 6) passengers.
Free pick up for clients residing in Gozo.
The tour departs at 10h30am from Mgarr Harbour heading towards the Xewkija Rotunda. The entrance to the Rotunda is free of a charge. The roof of the Rotunda offers a unique 360 degree panaromic view of the island of Gozo and is accessed through a lift against a small fee which is paid directly by the client to the church and is not included in the price.We leave the village of Xewkija through it's back roads, and through the village of Sannat we cross over to the village of Munxar, home to the beautiful Sanap Cliffs.
The pathway to Sanap Cliffs is not easily accessible by public transport or on foot. Our Tuk-Tuk gets you there. Sanap Cliffs offer a unique experience of the rugged landscape and sea of the southern part of the island of Gozo. We approach Xlendi Bay stopping at the Belvedere overlooking the Xlendi tower. The tower is one of the Lascaris towers and dates back to 1650, and is the oldest free-standing coastal watchtower in Gozo. Heading down towards the Xlendi Bay one can enjoy the long stretch of cliffs.
Leaving Xlendi bay behind us the driver takes the hill up to the village of Fontana, known for it's old wash house built by the Knights, named after a natural spring which flows nearly all year round. Leaving the village of Fontana we head towards the village of San Lawrenz, passing by the Aquaduct on the surburbs of Victoria. It was built by the British between 1839 and 1843 to transport water from Ghar Ilma in the limitis of Kercem to the capital Victoria.
Through the village of San Lawrenz we head down towards Dwejra bay. Dwejra is also home to the Fungus Rock, Inland sea and the Blue hole - one of Gozo's top dive-sites. Dwejra tower, is a small watchtower in Dwejra Bay that was completed in 1652.
Uphill leaving Dwejra Bay behind us we proceed to the magnificent Ta' Pinu Basilica in Gharb. Entrance to the Basilica is free of charge. Recently the parvis of the Basilica has been decorated with mosaics representing the 20 stations of the Cross.
We then start our return journey to Mgarr harbour passing through Gozo's capital city Victoria with the Citadel as our backdrop.
The driver will ensure that you are on time to connect to the ferry for a timely return to Malta.
Min. 1 Pax
Max. 48 Pax