GOZO Half Day Safari Tour by eJeep

GOZO Half Day Safari Tour by eJeep

Jeep Safari 3 hour Tour

- Duration 3 hours - Capacity 4 Passengers

from €45 each person
Price varies by group size

eJeeps are perfect for big experiences on small roads and almost inaccessible places – of which there are many in Gozo. eJeeps are eco-friendly; have four (4) seats and deliver a unique experience which may be shared with your family or friends. The open cabin lets the wind blow through your hair. You’ll feel close to nature, self-driving our eJeeps touring safely around Gozo, following our tour leader.

The eJeep is 100% electric, with a battery that has enough power to bring you around the routes we have planned for you. It is easy to drive, takes up little space and is easy to park. This unique, zippy vehicle can also get to places where big cars and buses have no access – that is something to smile about! Drivers must be aged over 21 years old and should present a valid driving licence. All drivers receive a short safety and operational briefing before departing.

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 by eJeep to the Gozo Half day tour by GoCar for a memorable unique day on Gozo.

Come as a tourist, leave as a local.

1. Qala Belvedere, Qala, Island of Gozo.

Qala Belvedere enjoys beautiful views of Mgarr Harbour the channel and the island of Comino.

2. Dahlet Qorrot, Nadur, Island of Gozo.

The beach is secluded and enjoys crystal clear waters. Not reachable by hop on/hop off routes and public transport. Fishermen use this tranquil bay as a base, and colourful boats dance silently on the waters during the summer months.

3. Ramla Bay, Xaghra, Island of Gozo.

With its long stretch of red sands and blue water, Ramla Bay is the largest beach in Gozo and a very popular swimming spot.

4. Calypso Cave, Xaghra, Island of Gozo.

Calypso Cave is linked to Greek Mythology and is believed to have been referenced in Homer's Odyssey. Whilst the caves themselves are currently closed, the view overlooking the red sands of Ramla Bay is breathtaking.

5.   The Citadel, Victoria, Island of Gozo.

You can't go far in Gozo without seeing The Citadel - our ancient, fortified city perched on top of the rocks, right in the centre of Gozo. From the top of its walls almost all Gozo can be seen. Discover the secrets hidden behind The Citadel´s walls, including WW2 shelters and grain silos.

6. Village of Ghajnsielem, Island of Gozo.

Ghajnsielem, meaning "Peaceful Spring", is a municipality on the southeastern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta, including the entire island of Comino. It has a population of around 3,200 residents and is the first Gozitan village that greets the visitor on leaving Mgarr Harbour towards the Gozitan heartland. Its name originated from the water spring, around which in 1700, Grandmaster Perellos built an arcade containing public wash basins and freshwater spouts. Attractions include Lourdes Chapel with its sharp steeple and underlying niche of Our Lady of LourdesFort Chambray, and the towering of Ghajnsielem Parish Church.

What does the price include?

  • Use of a four (4) seater eJeep
  • Safety & Operational Briefing before departure
  • Full Battery charge
  • 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 your 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 12.45pm 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 info@yippeemalta.com

What to wear and bring along?

Comfortable walking preferably closed shoes; sunblock; swimsuit and towel in summer months, a light jacket in winter

Where is Yippee’s office located and what are the opening hours?

Yippee office is located three (3) minute walk up the road from the Gozo Channel Ferry Terminal in Mgarr – Gozo. Office is staffed seven (7) days a week from 9:00hrs till 17:00hrs.

How can I contact Yippee’s office?

Yippee office can be contacted on (00356) 21560512 Whatsapp/mobile (00356) 99670099 and email: info@yippeemalta.com

What is the number to call in case of emergency or outside office hours?

 (00356) 99670099 (also available on Whatsapp)

How can I book?

Online bookings are open 24 hrs @ www.yippeemalta.com

What is the difference between an eJeep, a GoCar and a Tuk Tuk tour?

eJeeps are four (4) seater eco friendly 100% electric self-drive vehicles.

Gocars are open top two (2) side by side seater three (3) wheels vehicles that run on fun are self driven.

Tuk Tuks are three (3) wheeled six (6) passenger vehicles that are driven by a Yippee chauffeur.

Is it easy to drive an eJeep?

eJeeps run on fun, safe and 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 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?

Safety is our 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. Overtaking other vehicles, the eJeep in question will be stopped and removed from the tour.

About Yippee

Yippee is owned and managed by Cominology Ltd specialising in ECO Tours the only Tuk-Tuk and GoCAR Operator based in Gozo.

Address: 8 Nuda, Triq Ġnien Xibla, XRA2400, Xagħra, Gozo - Malta

Contact: +356 2156 0512

Email: bookings@cominology.com