Gozo Half Day Tour by GoCar
Follow the Tour in a Two Seater Car
Half-Day, Gocar, 2-Seater - Duration 3 hours - Capacity 2 Passengers
from €35 each person
Price varies by group size
Quirky, cool, and charming, our GoCars have three wheels, two side by side seats and run-on fun. Soak up the sun and get a unique perspective, self-driving our two-seater cars with your loved one sat beside tour. Make memories and turn heads touring safely around Gozo, following our multilingual tour leaders.
Be different, feel unique, by choosing a Gocar rather than a quad bike, all-terrain vehicle (Atv) or a buggy; let your hair down and enjoy the breeze as you drive safely in our top-less three-wheeler for which you do not need to wear a helmet. GoCars are only found on the island of Gozo.
This tour has runs twice daily at 10:30 am and again 13:30 hrs and always starts and ends at Mgarr Ferry terminal - Gozo. Easily combine the Gozo Half day tour to a self drive eJeep half day rental for a memorable unique day on Gozo.
All drivers receive a short safety briefing before departing. Drivers must be aged 21years old; and should present a valid driving licence. Passengers must be over sixty (60) cm's in height.
1. Church of St. John The Baptist, Xewkija, Island of Gozo.
This impressive church boasts the third largest unsupported dome in the world. Access to the roof of the Rotunda via a lift, and from there you can enjoy panoramic 360-degree views of Gozo.
2. Sanap Cliffs, Munxar, Island of Gozo.
Not accessible by public transport or hop-on/hop-off tours, Sanap Cliffs is one of the highest points in Gozo. These breathtaking cliffs are a hidden gem with views of Malta and Comino in the distance.
3. Xlendi Beach, Cliff, and Caves, Xlendi, Island of Gozo.
Xlendi is a very popular coastal destination in Gozo, with beautiful blue water, cliffs and Xlendi Tower. We stop at the Belvedere overlooking the Xlendi Tower and bay.
4. Fontana, Island of Gozo.
Wash house built by the knights. We recommend you visit Fontana Cottage which is nearby.
5. Ta' Pinu National Shrine, Gharb, Island of Gozo.
Ta' Pinu is our ´church of miracles´ and a wonderful example of Gozitan heritage. This spectacular Basilica sits by itself in the countryside, with extensive murals and mosaics both inside and out.
6. Wied il-Mielah Window, Mielah Valley, Gharb, Island of Gozo.
This impressive rock formation is rarely visited by other tours and was formed in a similar way to the former Azure Window. Not accessible by public transport or hop-on/hop-off.
7. Marsalforn Bay, Marsalforn, Island of Gozo.
Marsalforn is home to the Salt Pans, which are, as the name suggests, pans cut out of the rock where Gozitans still make salt to this day. The pans stretch for many kilometres.
What does the price include?
- Use of one (1) Gocar having two (2) side by side seats
- Saftey & Operational Briefing
- Full Fuel Tank
- Qualified Tour Leader / Safety Officer
- Comprehensive Insurance
- 50% reduction on Insurance access in case of accident
Where and at what times does the tour start?
This tour starts at Mgarr Ferry Terminal in Gozo at 10:30am and 13:30pm hrs and ends back at Mgarr Ferry Terminal Gozo at 13:30pm and 16:30pm.
How can I reach the tour starting in Gozo if I am staying in Malta?
If you have prebooked tour and are making your own way to the Gozo Channel Ferry terminal in Cirkewwa (Malta), you must board the ferry leaving Cirkewwa at 9:45 am for the morning tour or 12.45am for the afternoon tour. Be aware that boarding closes fifteen (15) minutes before sailing. For more information on how to reach Cirkewwa read our How to Get to Gozo Page. A Yippee representative will welcome you upon your arrival in Gozo - look out for the Yippee sign upon exiting the passenger terminal.
I am staying in Gozo how do I get to Mgarr Ferry terminal?
A complimentary pick up and return is offered to guests staying in Gozo. Kindly contact office by phone number (00356)21560512 or Whatsapp (00356)99670099 to agree a pickup time and location or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What to wear and bring along?
Comfortable walking preferably closed shoes; sunblock; swimsuit and towel in summer months, a light jacket in winter
What is the difference between a GoCar and a Quad bike /Atv/Buggy?
GoCars have three (3) wheels and offer side by side seating for a more pleasurable and safe sightseeing experience.
Do I need to wear a helmet?
Let your hair down and enjoy the breeze - no helmets are required
Is it easy to drive a GoCar?
Gocar's run on fun and are very easy to drive. Prior to departure a safety and operational briefing is held.
Can passengers also drive?
Passengers can drive if they are over 21 years old and have presented a valid driving licence prior to departure. There is no extra charge for a second (2nd) driver.
Is it easy to drive on the right-hand side?
Your safety is our priority. Driving on Malta and Gozo is on the right-hand side; and that is why you will be always following our safety officer, who will lead you all the way through the tour.
What's Yippee's bad weather policy?
Your safety is priority. Should bad weather prevent your participation we aim to either re-schedule or refund net amount received.
What are Yippee's terms and conditions?
Please refer to our Terms and Conditions page.