Based on our knowledge of tourist industry, we developed specific pricing policy for all tours we offer. The reason to do that is simple and clean: all hotels have prices for high season (summer time) significantly higher than for low season (winter time), and even so is very hard for find free hotel rooms in high season. In the high season all touristic places are overcrowded and hotels are fully booked by people who did bookings few months before arrival.
We show prices for our tours as a rule for both seasons. For clarification, here is what we understand as high season (summer time) and low season (winter time):
1st November until 31st March of next year: low season (winter time), we call this off-season
1st April until 31st October: high season (summer time), we call this season
Some of our tours are so called "off-season". Under that we understand the period from 1st September untill 31st May of next year, and such tours will be not available for period 1st June untill 31st August.
Regarding "off-season" tour prices, such tours will have summer prices for period 1st September untill 31st October and for period 1st April untill 31st May, and winter prices for period 1st November untill 31st March.
As you can see, the difference between summer and winter prices is significant. This is why we recommend you to consider to book with enough time in advance for high season or take a low season instead. In southern countries, such as Greece or Croatia, months April and October are with the most comfortable weather since sunny and warm days still exist, and people can still enjoy swimming, but there are not high temperatures. Especially, this is good climate for elderly people, who need to be careful with sun exposure and high temperatures.
Due to the nature of our tours, we recommend you to book the tour you're interested in for at least 3 months in advance. Please keep it in mind when you select the date of your tour.
Last updated on: 6 December 2020
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