Immerse in the rich culture and fascinating natural beauty of jagged seaside cliffs, balmy Mediterranean sunshine, sparkling blue waters, and soft sandy beaches in Greece. Soak in the tranquility at the monasteries of Meteora, and bask in the romantic atmosphere at Santorini. Marvel at the astonishing beauty of the forums, museums, and temples of the Acropolis and fire up the adventurous quotient of the tour with rock climbing, white water rafting, and hiking at the most scenic spots of Greece.

Must Do Adventure

  • Savor the thrill of rock climbing, deep water soloing, and sport climbing at Kalymnos during the Greece Tour. There are more than 66 sports crags in Kalymnos with over 3400 routes. Go rock climbing at the tufas and stalactites on overhanging walls and at the pumpy walls and delicate slabs, too, if you are a beginner.

    Rock climbing in Kalymnos
  • The Peloponnese Peninsula boasts of striking natural beauty and ultimate opportunities for white water rafting, hiking, sea kayaking, camping, and more. Take on the choppy currents by rafting at the Alfios and Lousios rivers and go trekking in Lousios Gorge to the philosopher’s monastery. Enjoy sea kayaking at Nafplio and have fun with river trekking at the cascades of Neda.

    White water rafting in the Peloponnese
  • Go hiking, trekking, and cycling on the trails of Cyclades. Admire the unparalleled beauty of the mountain scenery and the landscapes of the country while hiking long the restored trailed. Visit Naxos Island in the Cyclades to hike to the peak of Mt Zeus and visit the villages of Amorgos for the best hiking experience.

    Hiking in the Cyclades

Bucket List Experience

Athens-&-Acropolis | Bucket List Group Travel

Athens & Acropolis

The trip to Athens always begins with a tour of the Acropolis. The most magnificent tourist destination is the temple Parthenon, perched on the rocky crags, and witness to centuries of ancient civilizations. Check out the stunning sculptural intricacy and the monumental rows of Doric columns of Parthenon. Don’t miss out on the ancient Greek ruins like Erechtheion, a compound of majestic sanctuaries, and Temples of Athena Nike. Visit the Porch Of The Caryatids to take a look at the six beautiful statues of maidens and visit Acropolis Museum too.

Meteora | Bucket List Group Travel


Meteora is the most romantic and spiritual destination of Greece, known for its beautiful Byzantine monasteries. Visit the female-run monastery, Agios Stefanos, and then head over to the largest monastery of Meteora, Grand Meteoron. Climb a flight of 195 steps to the Monastery of Varlaam and visit the Monastery of Agia Triada. Check out the beautiful fresco paintings at the Monastery of Agios Nikolaos Anapafsa and admire the stunning views of Plastira Lake. Visit the Mushroom Museum and go skiing at the Ski Center too.

Mykonos | Bucket List Group Travel


Fall in love with the artistic beauty of Little Venice Mykonos Quarter near Alexandra Beach and then explore the way the windmills work at Kato Mili in Mykonos. Take a trip to the Island Of Delos, the birthplace of the Greek mythological legends and epicenter of literature and architecture, and then sample the delicious Italian and Greek cuisine at the restaurants around Platys Gialos Beach. Check out the rare architectural styles of the churches at Panagia Paraportiani and visit the Ano Mera monastery too.

Santorini | Bucket List Group Travel


The Greek Paradise, Santorini, is the land of breathtaking sunsets, blue-domed churches, pearly-white buildings, and pretty windmills. Take pictures among the white-washed cubic houses, winding lanes, churches, and terraces of Fira and admire the picturesque beauty of the charming village Oia, known for the most magnificent sunsets. Take a boating excursion to Caldera to bathe in the therapeutic hot springs and examine the majestic and ancient ruins of Pompeii at Akrotiri Archaeological Site. Chillout at Red Beach and visit the ruins of Hellenistic temples at Ancient Thira.

Zakynthos---Shipwreck-Beach | Bucket List Group Travel

Zakynthos-Shipwreck Beach

Zakynthos in Greece is the home of steep and jagged cliffs, turquoise seas, white pebble beaches, and marvelous holiday ambiance. Visit Shipwreck Beach, which is in Smuggler’s Cove on the west coast of Zakynthos. Take a taxi boat from the harbor of Agios Nikolaos, which is in the northeast to reach the most beautiful beach in Greece that is Shipwreck Beach. Admire the coastal scenery of Zakynthos Island during the boat excursion and check out the beautiful Blue Caves and the solitary wrecked ship at Shipwreck Beach.

Caving in Kefalonia | Bucket List Group Travel

Caving in Kefalonia

There are a variety of different caves that you can explore during the trip to Kefalonia. Embark on the caving tour to marvel at the caves that include Melissani, Drogarati, and Agalaki. The Drogaraki Cave that plummets down to 30m below the sea level is the biggest and most exciting cavernous space of all. The cave, which is 150 million years old, is home to thousands of stalactites that hang like a medieval veil from the roof of the cave.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Greece Tour during the Spring season between April and June and during the autumn season between September and October when the weather is mild, and the destinations are not too crowded.

Travel Guide


Greece is in the southeastern end of Europe and at the southern tip of the Balkan Peninsula.

Capital City

The capital of Greece is Athens.

Main Airport

Zurich Airport in Zurich is the most important international airport in Greece.

Language Spoken

French, German, Romansh, and Italian are the main languages of Greece.


The currency of Greece is the Euro.


The citizens of the US do not need a visa for the Greece Tour because of the Schengen agreement between Greece and the US. The citizens of other countries require a tourist or business visa.


The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for plugs of types C and F.


The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Greece tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free number 100 for the police, 166 fr medical emergency, and 199 for the fire brigade during the Greece Tour.

FAQs about Greece

How is internet access like in Greece?

There is free wi-fi access in the shops, restaurants, and other public places of Athens and other metropolitan parts of Greece.

Can I use my mobile phone in Greece?

Mobile phones usually work in Greece. Purchase a local sim card to make phone calls on the Greece Tour. The roaming facility is free for European phones.

How are the toilets like in Greece?

The public toilets are clean, western-style, and equipped with trash cans and toilet paper rolls. Do not flush the toilet paper. There are squatting type toilets too.

Can I drink tap water in Greece?

The tap water of Greece is not quite safe for drinking. Buy bottled water which is available at affordable rates.

Are credit cards accepted in Greece?

Greece widely accepts most credit cards and debit cards of significant companies and notably Visa and MasterCard. American Express is not so widely accepted.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Greece?

You will easily find ATM centers all over Greece. The ATMs charge 2-3 Euros as a transaction fee.

What to wear in Greece?

Dress in tank tops, shorts, dresses, mini skirts of bright and vibrant shades during the Greece Tour. Pack in a couple of light sweaters too.

Is Greece safe for women to travel solo?

Greece is perfectly safe for women to travel solo. Apart from petty crimes like snatching and pickpocketing on the streets, there is no other security issue.