Greek Island Hopper - 9 Days to 5 Months
Greek Island Hopper - 9 Days to 5 Months
Greek Island Hopper - 9 Days to 5 Months
Greek Island Hopper - 9 Days to 5 Months
Greek Island Hopper - 9 Days to 5 Months

Greek Island Hopper - 9 Days to 5 Months

From R5,410 p.p. Subject to price terms

Package Includes
  • Your fantastic Busabout Guide
  • All ferries
  • Guided orientations of each island
  • Nights out on Mykonos and Ios
  • All transfers to and from MyTrip pick-up/drop-off Partner islands
  • History, mythology and cultural walks

Take off your watch and set yourself to ‘chilled’. From the moment you arrive you’re on Greek Time… You’ll never have the same experience twice on this trip – it’s what you want it to be. Immerse yourself in all that Europe’s original party islands have to offer, then take it easy along the miles of beaches or discover ancient ruins and natural wonders.

Validity Period….
  • Selected departure dates from May to September 2017
  • You have the option to extend the number of nights you spend in the islands for as long as you like (in multiples of 2) within the season's departure dates and can change your dates up to 15 days before you travel.
R5,410 p.p. Land only
  • Accommodation
  • Airfare and taxes
  • Visas
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Anything not included in the inclusions

Travel for people 18 Years and over for travel in 2017.  Prices are from prices, per person land only. Valid student cards must be presented on the first day of travel for student discount to apply. All prices quoted are South African Rand & currency rate is correct at time of print. Full terms and conditions May not be combined with normal brochure discounts, (only past passenger, student) if applicable. Excluding the Early Payment Discount & Multi trip deals. NOW price includes 10% discount when you book by 30 April 2017. R1000 deposit is due within 7 days of the bookings and full payment due on or before 30 April 2017


The Olympic Games were spawned in ancient Greece, along with democracy and the fundamentals of philosophy, science and mathematics. The Greek civilisation is renowned for contributing many of the cultural building blocks that western civilisation is founded on.

Modern Greece is better known as a great holiday destination, rather than a centre of learning and culture. Today the country attracts visitors by the thousands by offering simple pleasures: delicious food and wine at reasonable prices; beautiful beaches and plentiful sunshine; quaint villages; a seemingly endless lacework of coastline; and little islands full of scenic surprises and ancient sites.

The country exudes traditional charm, particularly on its ever-popular islands, which cling to their traditional architecture and way of life despite being often over-run with tourists. Black-clad women still deliver vegetables to island tavernas on panniered donkeys, while bronzed, weather-beaten fishermen sit in the sun, drink thick coffee, and play dominoes or backgammon. The tourist infrastructure has intruded in many respects, but the timeless aspect of whitewashed buildings clustered on hillsides around narrow pebbled alleys has been retained. The myriad islands in the Aegean Sea are easily accessible from Piraeus, the historic harbour of Greece's mainland capital, Athens, by ferry or hydrofoil, offering a unique chance for 'island-hopping'. Many of the larger islands also have airports with connections to Athens or seasonally with major European cities.

On the mainland, the city of Athens in the south is sprawling, overcrowded and polluted but nevertheless enthrals visitors, while Thessaloniki in the north is vibrant and modern with a Byzantine flavour. Athens is dominated by its major landmark, the Parthenon, but the remains of other wonders of the ancient Greek classical world are to be found mainly on the Peloponnese Peninsula, south of Corinth, which is the gateway to a veritable treasure trove of history.

Greece and Greeks welcome with open arms the thousands of visitors that flock to admire their national assets every year - no one leaves without having been warmed, both by the sun and the hospitality.