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WHERE THE FUN STARTS IN GOZO

We'll help you find the easiest and best way to us

Your kayak tour launch location is the Inland Sea at Dwejra Bay 
This is one of our alternate locations. Please check your confirmation message to confirm that this is the correct location to meet us. We start from this location if conditions at Hondoq are not favourable or by special request.

Getting to Gozo from Malta

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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. 
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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.
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How to get to Dwejra (Inland Sea)

Every now and then, we are lucky enough to explore the stunning caves, cliffs and bays in Dwejra! From the car park, walk past the Azure Window Restaurant and down the road until you reach the Inland Sea area. You will see our kayaks lined up and waiting for you on the water’s edge.

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By Taxi

This is the quickest and easiest way to get to us! The UberBolt and eCabs apps are all active on Gozo, or you can contact local transport company Trac Gozo on 9982 6339 to get to us.

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By Car

It's very easy to find using Google Maps and there is generally lots of parking just off the road as you arrive in Dwejra.

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On Foot

We do not recommend trying to walk here as it is a long distance from the nearest town.

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Public Transport

Bus 311 will bring you to Dwejra bus stop. One Hop-on Hop-off bus route also stops here. From there, it's a short stroll past the Azure Window Restaurant and down the hill to the Inland Sea.

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