WHERE THE FUN STARTS IN GOZO
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Our kayak tours mostly start at Hondoq Bay in Gozo
The day before your tour, you will receive a message confirming this location and the expected winds and sea conditions. Sometimes we leave from alternate locations such as Qbajjar Bay, Dwejra (Inland Sea), Daħlet Qorrot or Mgarr Marina if conditions at Hondoq are not favourable.
We are a mobile business and don't have a permanent booking office at Hondoq Bay. Please contact us to book a tour in advance!
Getting to Gozo from Malta
Car and passenger ferry
Gozo Channel Ferry departs from Cirkewwa in the north of Malta and runs every 30-45 minutes. The crossing time is about half an hour. There's no need to buy a ticket in Malta, you pay for the round trip ticket when leaving Gozo. The ferries can get quite busy for cars on weekends and public holidays.
Passenger only ferry
There is a passenger only fast ferry that departs from Valletta and goes directly to Gozo. This ferry takes about 45 minutes. You can check the schedule and book tickets here via the Gozo Fast Ferry website or you can purchase your tickets at the terminal in Valletta or Gozo before departure.
How to get to Hondoq Bay
When we launch from Hondoq Bay, you can find us at the far end of the promenade (on the left if facing the sea). Look out for a bunch of yellow and red kayaks on the ground near the water’s edge – that’s us!
Using Google Maps, drive down the winding road to Hondoq Bay and turn left when you get to the the sea. It's easy to park in the morning, but you may need to park up the hill a bit in the afternoon.
*Please note: this route follows an unmaintained footpath and can be tricky. If you aren't a regular hiker, or have a fear of heights, then we suggest taking another route. Do not take this route after heavy rains.
This route is regularly diverted or shortened. If that is the case you will have to walk from Qala Parish Church bus stop. From there it is a 2 km walk through town along Kuniczzjoni Street and then walk down the winding road to Hondoq Bay.