Comino, Blue Lagoon and Caves - Child Ticket 6 - 10 yrs
THIS TOUR IS AVAILABLE FROM 2019:
MONDAY TO SATURDAY from 10.30 - 17.30 FROM APRIL TO OCTOBER
SUNDAYS JULY - AUGUST from 9.30 - 17.15
Departing the Bugibba Jetty we cruise the north coast of Malta showing you all the sites, such as: St. Pauls Islands and the statue of St. Pauls, Ahrax Point, entering into Ahrax Cave. We continue cruising through the north channel of Comino where we cruise by: the elephants head, enter into Santa Maria cave, Santa Maria bay, St. Nicholas bay and the Comino hotel.
After approximately an hour we arrive on Comino island in the famous Blue Lagoon. The boat moors up to the island where we stop for 4 hours and 30 minutes. During the time in the Blue Lagoon you can use all the facilities of the boat whilst being able to walk on and off to the island.
The boats facilities include: top sunbathing deck with free deck chairs, main deck including shaded and sunny seats, lower air conditioned deck, toilet facilities (male and female), snorkeling equipment, locker facilities, cafeteria which has hot and cold beverages.
For children that are not confident swimmers please note that the sea lever off the boat is 3 meters deep. One can walk off the boat and go down to the beach to enter the water from there.
If you are travelling with a pushchair there is easy access on/ off the boat but when on the island of Comino it is very difficult to push it on land as the island is not paved. You can The pushchair can be left on the boat should you wish to go down to the beach.
A playpen is also available should you need it please ask one of the crew members.
After the time in Comino, we will head off to the island of Gozo without stopping we will cruise around the Mgarr Harbour showing you important sites from the boat. Then heading back to Malta we will cruise the south channel of Comino cruising by: Crystal Lagoon and entering into the caves, St. Mary's tower and the tuna fish farms.
We will arrive in Malta at 17.30
Children 5 years and under do not need a ticket as they are free of charge.