The Price includes:
2024 price = € 790 per person
*add €60 for single room B&B
- Maximum 10 Persons
For experienced sea kayakers
The total distance around the three islands is approximately 160 km. To achieve this in 7 days we must average 23 km per day which equates to approximately 4-5 hours’ paddling per day. The start location and direction of travel will depend on the latest weather forecast and will be decided on the morning of day one.
Arrival and departure dates
The advertised dates include your arrival date to Milos and departure date from Milos. B&B for your arrival and last night at Petrinela’s Guesthouse is included in the cost.
Laminated A4 maps will be provided.
Required Paddling Experience
This expedition is for experienced sea kayakers. You should have enough stamina to average 23 km over 7 days and be able to paddle up to 30 km, if required. You should be comfortable with the idea of paddling in moderate wind and waves, as challenging conditions are likely on at least some of the days. You should have practised the assisted rescue and know how to do an assisted deep water re-entry.
If you have limited paddling experience, our Explore Milos Package will provide excellent preparation for this expedition.
Camping will be wild on remote beaches. There are no facilities and no water supply. All camping equipment, food and water must be carried in the kayak. A strong and lightweight tent is essential. A comfortable inflating mattress, inflatable pillow and 3 season sleeping bag are recommended.
The expedition is self catered – you must buy and prepare your own food for the duration of the trip. Local supermarkets are open daily from 8 am to 9 pm (except Sundays) and have a good selection of packaged and fresh produce.
Advice will be given as to what to buy at the meeting on arrival day. It is recommended that each participant look after our own breakfast, lunch and snacks and prepare a group evening meal, in turn. There will be an opportunity to stock up every second or third day, allowing us to travel light and live well. Occasional stops at restaurants and coffee-shops are a possibility.
Stoves and fuel
Camping stoves will be provided for the group – one per 3-4 persons. The Trangia stove includes 2 pots, a kettle and a frying pan. The stoves are powered by gas canisters with a screw-on fitting, readily available in local supermarkets. You are welcome to bring your own stove.
What to wear
For paddling, shorts and a shirt will be sufficient on most days. A cagoule (waterproof paddling jacket) and neoprene trousers or similar may be required if its windy or overcast.
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