Meteora: Where Nature and God unite

Duration: 2.5hours

Pick Up from Hotel in Kalabaka or Kastraki (upon request with additional fee)

Private Tour 

From 60 per person

Let us show you the unparalleled beauty through the eyes of a local licensed guide. Explore the hidden local gems and unravel the world of centuries old monasteries! Join us to explore Meteora, a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1988. Meet your local licensed guide at the entrance of the Holy Monastery of St. Stephen. The journey starts with a guided tour inside the Monastery, where you will learn about the history of the area and the creation on the monastic community, which is centuries old. Take your time to enjoy the breathtaking view of Kalabaka city and Pindos Mountain Range, while your guide shares fascinating stories about the area. 

Our next stop is the renowned “Sunset Spot”. Walk on top of the massive boulders and capture one-of-a-kind pictures of the panoramic view, creating unique memories, as the locals do! Our last stop is the Holy Monastery of Varlaam. It is the second largest in the area. In this monastery we will dive into the byzantine art, but also indulge in the daily life of the monks. Conclude your tour with a better understanding of the area and depart with cherished memories!



  • Explore the unparalleled natural beauty and the unique monastic community.
  • Let your local licensed guide share all the inside knowledge.
  • Unravel the captivating world of Meteora and learn its history.



  • Local Licensed Tourist Guide.
  • Entrance Fee to the Monasteries.
  • Private Tour.
  • Bottle of Water.
  • Pick Up from Hotel in Kalabaka or Kastraki. (upon request with additional fee)



  • Gratuities
  • Personal Expenses



  • To book the tour, please contact us via email to check availability and discuss the details.
  • Instant response from our team.
  • No Wheelchair accessible.
  • Not meals included.
  • Suitable for children and families.
  • Discount for children. (3-12) 
  • Free for infants.
  • The tour is conducted in English. If you have any other requests, please inform us.
  • There is a dress code regarding the entrance to the Monasteries. Ladies should wear long skirts and gentlemen long trousers. Also, the shoulders should be covered.
  • If you choose to come with your own private vehicle or a private driver, please make sure that you can move to the other two stops in the same way. The licensed guide will have their own private vehicle as a means of transportation.



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