Adventurous sea trip in the Argolic Gulf on an inflatable boat.
Tolo, Argolic Gulf is where the experience will take place.
Vasilis Traiforos is your host for the water activities whole experience.
Vasilis is a retired banking professional and after a fast-moving career in the banking sector, he spends his summer days in picturesque Drepano, on the Argolic Gulf. He has also undertaken theatre studies and is a part-time actor. He loves speed boat trips, fishing and discovering the secret wonders of Argolida. Because of his family relations and his long trips to Europe, he has the unique ability to understand and communicate with people from different cultures. Vasilis is volunteering for this activity, driven by his love for sea trips.
- Place of origin: Piraeus
- Lives in: Athens
- Speaks: English
- Loves: travelling, swimming, cooking, reading, sports
- Has travelled to: England, Germany, Austria, Italy
- Personal traits: very friendly and pleasant, loves socializing, excellent communicator, ability to convey his knowledge and experience to others
Here’s how we’ll spend the day and what we’ll do together.
1. Inflatable boat trip in the gulf
The guests will choose, on the day, the exact itinerary and destination options in the Argolic Gulf, that they want to visit. The main option starts with the picturesque island of Spetses. They will visit Agioi Anargyroi Bekiri Cave for a relaxing swim and quality time. Other itinerary options are Nafplio, Romvi and Vivari, Vivari, Iria and Kilada and nearby big cave, Vivari, Kilada and Porto Heli or Nafplio, Myloi, Astros and Romvi.
2. Swimming, eating, fishing, exploring
On the Spetses option, visitors will circumnavigate and explore the island and then dock at the harbour for a stroll and coffee break ashore. They will visit Ntapia, the Zogeria beach, grab a delicious meal and head back to Tolo. Along the way on all itinerary option, visitors will have plenty of time to take a swim, collect seashells, visit cultural landmarks and learn the area’s past history, explore the marine life and indulge in underwater fishing.
Constant contact with the seawater is in order and one should not expect luxurious amenities. Waterproof raincoats and sunscreen oil are necessary. Visitors may become involved in simple seamanship activities such as navigation, tying knots or casting anchor. If you love the sea, this experience is for you!
NOTE: in case of challenging weather conditions, the itinerary may be subject to on-the-spot modifications.
Group size is two persons minimum and four persons maximum.
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