This was my first international tour and I couldn't be more pleased! We visited Athens, Mykonos, Santorini and Crete. Absolutely beautiful and interesting!! The tour director was amazing as were the guides and drivers.
My husband and I did The Greek Islands: Mykonos, Santorini & Crete Tour. We had a marvelous time. Each island was different and unique but all three were absolutely gorgeous. The sites were breathtaking and the history remarkable.
What a wonderful and beautiful trip! The people, the food, the accommodations, the itinerary were ALL great! To soak in the sun and beauty of the islands is unforgettable! I would highly recommend this trip!
When you’re planning a trip to Santorini, first choose your preferred daily activities.
Beach reading and swimming: Plan to visit from June through September, when the temperature is consistently in the mid-70s.
Sightseeing: Plan to take a trip to Santorini between March and June, or between September and November. This is right between off-season and peak season. The weather is just right for hiking, visiting shops, and checking out the local scenery.
Digging into the food: You’ll prefer visiting between November and February when there are fewer crowds.
How many days should I plan to spend in Santorini?
Our Santorini vacation packages are usually around a week long. Many of our tours visit multiple islands, including Mykonos and Crete.
What should I pack for a trip to Santorini?
Before your trip to Santorini, you’ll want to bring universal adaptors and converters so you can charge your phone and camera. You’ll also want to bring a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen to protect yourself from the UV rays, no matter the season. Once you’ve reserved one of our Santorini tour packages, we’ll send you detailed information about what to bring with you.
One of the biggest benefits of going on one of our Santorini tours is exploring the beautiful sites without planning a thing. Each of our Santorini guided tours are led by experts who know everything there is to know about the area, which means you’ll learn more than you can imagine. Plus, there’s nothing like seeing a new place from a local’s perspective.