Stromboli with Evening excursion at 400 meters
(Departure at 12.30 - Return at 24.00)
90.00 euros per person, including volcanological guide.
Once we reach the island of Stromboli, we will stop to observe the small hamlet of Ginostra from the sea. Once again, we will go around the island, observing the suggestive sciara del fuoco. We will also see the islet of Strombolicchio before going down to the village of Stromboli, where there will be some free time to be able to visit the village. Later we will accompany you to the meeting point of our guides. After about three hours of climbing, you will stop to admire the spectacle of the eruptions; a couple of hours of descent and we will leave for Lipari.
N.B. For the climb to the Stromboli crater the following equipment and / or clothing is required: trekking shoes, flashlight with spare batteries, at least one spare t-shirt, a sweatshirt, a jacket, at least one liter of water per person and dinner at sack. This equipment can be rented before starting the climb.
THE CLIMBING TO THE TOP OF STROMBOLI IS NOT ALLOWED UNTIL DATE TO BE DESTINED FOR SAFETY REASONS. YOU CAN ARRIVE UP TO A HEIGHT OF 400 METERS.
- The cost of the online booking is a deposit on the total price, which is indicated in the type of ticket. The balance of the reservation must be paid at least 24 hours before departure to receive the boarding ticket, at the Welcome to Lipari office in Marina Corta (in front of the excursion departures pier). The ticket generated online does not entitle the tour to boarding.
- The excursion program is final one week before their start. If on the chosen day that type of excursion is not carried out, you will be contacted by our staff and you can change the day, change the excursion or you can have a refund of the amount paid.
- It is necessary to show up for boarding 15 minutes before departure.
- The name and type of boat used for the tour will be communicated shortly before departure. The departure time may vary, always ask for confirmation the day before the tour, the return time is always indicative.