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What people are saying about Nisyros

Very interesting trip, fantastic value for money.

Excellent value for money, picked up by private taxi and driven straight to port. 1 hour ferry crossing to the beautiful island of Nisyros, where we were greeted by English guide who took us on a tour around the village and up to the monastery. Excellent value in local restaurants much cheaper than Kos town. We were then collected by coach and taken up to the valcano along with our informative guide. Once dropped off we were then free to explore the dormant volcano, which is something out of this world.. a must see. Still coming to terms with the fact we have stood in the crater of a volcano... Private taxi back to the door of our hotel on our return. Cannot fault the service we received. Would highly recommend!

Very nice trip, but longer than expected.

It is definitely worth doing this Tour. Some things were different than expected. You will be collected with a Bus from your hotel or from a bus station. Depending on where your hotel is this might be before or after 8 am. The ship starts from Kardamena (not from kos city as expected) at 9:30 am. Mandraki and the Caldera are both very beautiful! Ship will leave Nisyros at 3:30pm and is in Kardamena again at around 4:30pm. So depending on where your hotel is you are looking at maybe a 8h to 10h trip (not 6h). Still worth it in my opinion.

From Kos: Boat Tour to the Volcanic Island of Nisyros Reviewed by Christian, 06/03/2018

Overall nice, the way to the volcano is longer than the tour itself

The tour is described as 6 hours tour. It was actually 10.5 hours Bus drive to the boat more than 1 hour, than 1 hour sail + the bus to the volcano Same on the way back The tour itself is very nice and interesting The guide had difficulties with English, but you can catch up from the internet

From Kos: Boat Tour to the Volcanic Island of Nisyros Reviewed by Elizabeta, 07/29/2018

Super from start to the end. Recommanded trip

Big for all person who were involved to organize and guided us on the trip to Nisyros Island to the vulcano.