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Got picked up at 9.30am to be taken to a boat which sailed just before 10.30, the boat made a 40min swim stop before carrying on with the journey only for it to stop again shortly for another 40min swim stop, after this we had...More
I would like to say this trip lived up to the way it was advertised, but it didn't.
First of all the minibus picking us up was nearly 45 minutes late, so by the time it got us to the boat, I am guessing we...More
Visited Cleopatra Island on a boat trip (£10 - £15 depending on where you book). Place was beautiful, warm sea and just a great day out. Lunch on the boat and refreshments (alcoholic and non-acoholic) available throughout.
Lots of swimming breaks and at the island the water is the most beautiful clear blue , sadly the surrounding area could do with some TLC it looks dirty and neglected , but don't let this put you off its well worth a visit
The island is really beautiful, mostly beacuse its clear waters, though it was very hot and no much shadow to refuge. Not wearing a hat it was equal to hell. The entry to the island is expensive though it was a quite nice day.
We visited Cleopatra Island in our excursion sea and shore.
It was a great and lovely day!
Although it was very hot, we did check out the ruïnes, where God Apollo was burried f.e.
After that walk we jumped in the sea, oh my god.....More
There is no way to arrive to Cleopatra island by car, so we took a boat for going there. So you have to pay for that boat and then pay the entry to the beach which is way too expensive (better to go with the...More
We wanted to come here based on its history and the romantic tale of Cleopatra and Mark Antony. We drove to Camli and took the local boat. You then have to queue and pay to enter the island. We headed straight for the famous beach...More