Island of Halki and Valley of the Butterflies
Enjoy a day filled with butterflies, bay and beach views, and a relaxing time on the island of Halki when you book this scenic tour near Rhodes. While your scenic ten-hour excursion does not cover the entrance fee into the Valley of Butterflies it does include an escort, children under 10 get in free, making this excursion perfect for families and nature enthusiasts alike. Spend between one to 1.5 hours frolicking among thousands of butterflies at the Valley of Butterflies nature park. Your tour also provides a scenic boat cruise and return transfers to Halki Island and your port in Rhodes and the chance to relax on Halki Island for your convenience.
Your scenic full-day tour begins with a comfortable drive from your port to the iconic Valley of the Butterflies. This nature park is known as the Petaloudes Valley and stretches 600 acres wide. As the home to thousands of butterfly species, you'll find it easy to run into beautiful butterflies and Jersey tiger moth subspecies. The park is also home to a picturesque landscape of Oriental sweetgum trees, a lush forest, and a relaxing waterfall.
After taking in the stunning views of the Valley of the Butterflies, you'll head south to Kamiros Skala Harbor. Here, a boat awaits you to transport you on a relaxing cruise to the iconic Halki Island. Known also as Halki Island, the island of Halki dates back to ancient times when the Roman Empire ruled the land and now only is home to a few hundred residents. This small island features an unspoiled landscape dotted with rolling hills and secluded beaches, which you'll get to 3.5 hours to explore on your own. Take in the calming views of the crystalline waters or relax on the beach before heading back to your port.
From exploring a nature park filled with butterflies to relaxing on a peaceful island off Rhodes' west coast, this scenic island tour offers much for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy. Reserve your spot on this relaxing tour today and get ready to walk among the butterflies and island beaches in Rhodes!