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What to expect

Tour Destinations

Welcome to a world of enchanting beauty and aquatic adventure with Bahri Charters as we show you Gozo and Comino. Nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean, these two captivating islands offer a treasure trove of experiences waiting to be explored.



Gozo, known as the "Isle of Calypso,"  a Mediterranean gem waiting to be explored! Gozo, the second-largest island in the Maltese archipelago, offers a diverse and captivating maritime experience. Here's a detailed description of the coastline to entice your potential customers:


As you set sail along the Gozitan coastline, you'll be greeted by towering limestone cliffs adorned with intricate geological formations, hidden coves and secluded beaches accessible only by boat, historical landmarks and  waters renowned for their crystalline clarity and varying shades of azure.


Comino, the tiniest of the Maltese Islands, is a secluded paradise. Its Crystal Lagoon and renowned Blue Lagoon, set amidst untouched landscapes, beckon snorkelers, divers, and nature enthusiasts. This tranquil Mediterranean haven offers serenity, pristine beauty, and limited development. Uninhabited, it provides solitude, unspoiled scenery, and a glimpse of history through landmarks like the Santa Marija Tower. Ideal for those seeking a peaceful escape in a stunning natural setting.



Regardless of the charter you choose, we assure you a top-tier service backed by our unwavering commitment to quality and expertise. Unwind and enjoy the journey as we guide you to these captivating destinations, among others;

Included in the itinerary are, but not limited to;


Approaching Dwejra by boat, you'll witness Gozo's coastal beauty in its raw glory. Rocky cliffs, Caves, Fungus rock, the mesmerizing Blue Hole, a natural underwater wonder and the remnants of the Azure Window. Crystal-clear waters invite exploration, while the historic Santa Maria Tower stands guard over this maritime marvel.

Wied il-Ghasri

Navigating Wied il-Ghasri by boat reveals a dramatic 300m coastal S- shaped creek on the north of Gozo. The narrow inlet, flanked by towering cliffs. Crystal waters lead to a secluded pebble beach, inviting swimmers and explorers to embrace its hidden beauty.

Ta Cenc Cliffs

Ta' Cenc Cliffs, viewed from the water, stand as an awe-inspiring natural wonder on Gozo Island. Towering limestone formations 138m from the waterline dominate the shoreline, creating a dramatic, untouched coastal landscape. The sheer cliffs, sculpted by the elements over time, offer a stunning and rugged view from your boat. These monumental rock structures encapsulate the raw beauty of Gozo's coastline, leaving visitors in wonderment at the forces of nature that have crafted this majestic seascape.

Mgarr ix-Xini

Enclosed by rocky cliffs, Mgarr ix-Xini reveals a tranquil turquoise bay that beckons swimmers and snorkelers. The surrounding pristine nature and historic watchtower add to its charm, making it an idyllic spot for relaxation and exploration.

Dahlet Qorrot and San Blas

San Blas, nestled on Gozo's north eastern shores, unveils a secluded cove with striking reddish-gold sands, embraced by rugged cliffs. Its pristine, transparent waters create an idyllic setting for snorkeling and unwinding.

Meanwhile, Dahlet Qorrot, a charming fishing hamlet close by, features a picturesque pebble beach and vivid azure seas. It offers a peaceful escape and a glimpse into the authentic coastal culture of Gozo.


The Trip- Comino

Included in the itinerary are, but not limited to;

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is a breathtaking natural wonder renowned for its crystal-clear azure waters and stunning limestone formations. Located between small islands of Comino and it little sister island Cominotto, this idyllic lagoon is a popular spot for swimming, snorkeling, and relaxation, offering visitors a picturesque paradise surrounded by pristine Mediterranean beauty.

Crystal lagoon

Explore the stunning Crystal Lagoon, a paradisiacal haven where turquoise waters meet dramatic cliffs only accessibly by boat. Sail through the lagoon's crystal-clear depths, revealing hidden caves and secret coves. Dive into the refreshing waters for an unforgettable swim inside one of the caves of the lagoon just under Comino's Tower of Santa Maria built by the Knights of Saint John to safeguard Comino against piracy.

Santa Maria bay

Santa Maria is a beautiful beach with rocky edges, clear blue water and a sandy beach. You can swim with colorful fish or just relax on the sunny beaches. Santa Maria is a peaceful and pretty spot to lay back and relax or to go on land and explore Comino. Santa Maria is also home to one of Malta's oldest police stations still being used, built in the 18th century. We will also visit the caves of Santa Maria which are only accessible by boat and we let you in on a little secret found in the caves.

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