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Joined the tour from Buggiba and stayed with the same bus all afternoon. This was primarily because the frequency of buses is every hour and if we'd disembarked anywhere we'd have been dependent upon the last bus of the day to get us back. No reason to think that it wouldn't have turned up, just didn’t feel like taking the risk. Well, it was fantastic. The driver was very courteous and took the trouble to run upstairs and tell us how long we'd be waiting and also to check whether any passengers needed to take an earlier departing bus. He clearly knew the roads very well and at no point did we feel as if we were clinging on for dear life or dawdling. We were on the north tour and noticed that we reached Mdina bang on scheduled time. Importantly the only suggestion I think we’d make is to add some music in between the spoken commentary. We found the commentary really excellent. It was very informative
An amazing day out! A great way to see Gozo and all its beauty. The driver allows you to pick how you want your day to look and the things that are most important to you to see. We were fortunate enough to have Lois as our guide. He was so knowledgeable about the area as he is a native to Gozo and his passion and love for the island showed. The jeep is such a fun way to get around and see the sites. The staff was well organized and really seemed to enjoy their jobs. Lunch was a full buffet style and had plenty of options. You really dont need to bring anything with you. We met some locals along the way and shared so many laughs. Definitely worth the money for the full day! It allow you to sit back and enjoy the day.
The full-day quad bike tour of Gozo was amazing!! The whole tour was organised to perfection: we have been picked up outside our hotel in Sliema, and dropped at the harbour to the boat to Gozo. We got to see most of Gozo, that's magical! I would definitely recommend it, especially if you are travelling between January and March, as the island is greener (but the sun is still shinning) and less tourists at this time of the year.
Doing this day tour around Gozo island was great; you got to see most of the island during the whole day. Though what was annoying is I got stuck with four other Frenchmen and the driver decided to speak French 90% of the time instead of english. It was very inconsiderate.
Was very informative trip and a great experience only reason I knocked a star down was because it was cooler than in summer. And as we were on the back of an open jeep it got very windy after a while.....other than than we thoroughly enjoyed our day trip around Gozo.