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Nice boat trip from athinios port. It takes like 30 mins to reach the springs where you can swim.
Later on you reach the nea kamini make sure you have very comfortable shoes water bottle as its an uphill rocky climb. Views are the only...More
Nea kameni is an active volcano where we had been as a part of the day cruise trip. For those with sea sickness please take tab priorly as these boats move a lot!! Please do wear comfortable shoes as you need to walk quite a...More
We climbed this active vulcano during our boat trip. It was amazing to see some steam (tour guide showed us) and smell real sulfur and see many craters. You should wear some good shoes for climbing and take enough water because it could be hot...More
I climbed this volcano. It is still active. It was a harder climb than Vesuvius. The stones were so small that you wind up slipping a lot. You should wear some good shoes for the climb. Don't be silly and wear something that is going...More
The trip by overcrowded wooden boat includes a swim at the hot spring, followed (or preceded, depending on the multitudes) by a trek up the dormant - NOT active - volcano. An active volcano spews molten lava, smoke and pyroclastic flows. This has a couple...More
Visited this as part of a sailing tour and it was a really neat experience. Only takes about 30 minutes to get to the top which includes time to stop and take pictures and the admission price was only 2.50 euros. Not an easy hike...More
Not far from Santorini the island of Nea Kameni can be viewed. This was formed between 1707 and 1950 and is still an active volcano today with steam reaching up to 85 degrees centigrade.
The height of the crater is about 100m. It can be...More
It's definitely worth the visit. It's not everyday we get to see an active volcano. We booked a boat tour to the volcano and hot spring. It was about €20 each and €2.50 for the volcano.
The walk itself was easy. I would advice sensible...More
We visited this island near Santorini on a boat tour. It is a National Geological Park. It costs 2.5 euros to enter ( not included with the cost of your boat tour). The climb to view the craters is only for physically fit people wearing...More
My husband and I went on a sunset cruise and hiked up the Nea Kameni volcano island. We walked on lava rocks and the view of the Santorini Caldera was stunning. The tour guide gave us the history of the volcano eruptions over the millennia....More
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There is no scheduled boat to NeaKameni, but there is a possibility to rent a smaller private boat for yourself, of course much more expensive than usual tourist party-boat with hundrade of passengers, but also surely... More
There is no scheduled boat to NeaKameni, but there is a possibility to rent a smaller private boat for yourself, of course much more expensive than usual tourist party-boat with hundrade of passengers, but also surely much more enjoyable. Just ask at the New port or at your hotel on the island
The water in Palea Kameni is not that deep. According to our tour guide, in the hot springs it's around 1 to 2 meters deep. However, since the boat cannot actually go into the hot springs because it's too shallow, it would... More
The water in Palea Kameni is not that deep. According to our tour guide, in the hot springs it's around 1 to 2 meters deep. However, since the boat cannot actually go into the hot springs because it's too shallow, it would need to stop at the waters nearby where it could get to about 10 to 12 meters deep. So those who would like to swim in the hot spring of Palea Kameni would need to swim about 50 to 60 meters to get there. If you can't swim, I suggest that you just stay in the boat and just enjoy the other stops of the tour.