Our trips, free of hidden costs, most of the times include the following:
Tourist guides in the Archeological sites
Accommodation in hotels and inns
All ground transportation throughout the trip
All or most meals and snacks during activities
All the activities mentioned in the itinerary
Entrance fees to Archeological sites and permits
These are the things you usually have to pay for yourself. If the trip price does include them, we promise to let you know.
Airline or airport fees. For example: excess or heavy baggage, security fees, or departure fees
Any meals or beverages not specifically noted in your itinerary
Tips are not included in the tour price and tipping is entirely at your discretion. At the end of your trip, if you're happy with the service you received, providing a tip for the leader - though not compulsory - is appropriate.
You will be notified at the time of the booking of the final price of your holiday and you will be required to pay us a deposit. This is typically 20% of the total quoted holiday price unless otherwise specified due to special circumstances or suppliers. Note that the deposit is usually fully refundable until 90 days before departure.
The remaining balance of the full holiday price of the booking should be made at least 60 days prior to departure. In the cases of late booking, which are less than 60 days prior to departure, the quoted holiday price is settled and invoiced in full.
Total agreed package amount should be deposited to Tripin Adventures bank account in Euro currency in full net of any foreign exchange conversion rate disparities and any bank transfer charges. For the time being, we only accept wire transfers.
If you decide to cancel your trip, the following fees apply and are due to Tripin Adventures at the time (prior to departure) we receive written notice of your cancellation.
Cancelation charge (in% of the total holiday quoted price)
91 or more days: 0 €
90-60 days: 20% of trip cost
59-43 days: 40% of trip cost
42-29 days: 60% of trip cost
28 days or less: 100% of trip cost
Each trip requires a minimum number of participants. If we sign up enough participants to run a trip, the trip is confirmed, and we'll alert travelers so they can purchase their airfare. Many of our departures confirm with as few as four trip participants.
In most cases, if a trip doesn't have enough participants, you may either transfer to another departure date or trip, be refunded your deposit or you might be able to pay a supplemental fee to run the trip with fewer participants.
We know that it’s important that you stay well rested on your adventure so we’re picky about our accommodation. We believe in comfort, but not necessarily luxury. We generally stay in handpicked small, locally-owned hotels rather than large international chains. They are chosen for their local character, ambience, cleanliness and security. In larger cities we use cozy boutique hotels, most of the times located in the old part of town.
The success of your adventure starts with proper preparation and we’ll work hard to make sure you have everything you need. As soon as we receive your deposit we will send you a Pre Departure Document which includes all the information needed, in order to be prepared for your trip.
Accommodations (hotels, tents, and cruise cabins) are based on double/twin occupancy and there is no single supplement fee for those willing to share accommodations with a same-gender roommate.
If you prefer single accommodations, you must pay a single supplement fee. If you are willing to share but we are unable to pair you with a same-gender roommate, you will not be charged the single supplement fee.
Note that there are a limited number of single accommodations available and on a few trips, single accommodations are not available.
Yes, in most cases we can arrange additional accommodation at our starting or ending hotels. If we are unable to provide you with the extra nights, we will give you the name of a hotel you can contact directly.
Greeks take what they eat, and how it is prepared very seriously. One of the delights of traveling through Greece is coming across a family-run taverna which serves farm-fresh, home-grown produce. Greek cooking reflects the history and bounty of its diverse regions and relies on fresh, seasonal, local products.
We want to have a balance between activity, cultural interests and leisure time. Most of the days we start breakfast at 8 am and we depart the hotel at 9. Then we do the activities according to the itinerary and have lunch around 1 pm. We go back to the hotel around 4 am and after few hours of rest and free time we meet for dinner around 7 pm.
Trips designated “Easy” offer comfortable adventure. They include gentle activities like scenic tours and short treks.
Trips designated “Easy Active” are perfect for first-timers, or travelers looking for a mild physical challenge. A typical day will consist of 1-3 hours of activity.
Trips designated “Moderate” are more active and require a bit more endurance. Hikes and treks include occasional steep ascents. Trip members should be experienced hikers in good physical condition, capable of walking 3-5 hours a day.
Trips designated “Strenuous” require strong physical stamina, as we’re often active for 6+ hours per day. Hikes and treks include traversing more rugged and mountainous terrain.
Trips designated “Extremely Strenuous” are demanding, yet attainable for those seeking the challenge. They require technical skills, a high level of strength and aerobic fitness, and commitment to a dedicated pre-trip training program. You will be active for 8+ hours a day.
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