Karma Travel

If you are travelling to Crete, or considering Crete as a holiday destination, contact Karma Travel!

Their friendly and knowledgeable staff will provide advise and help you sort out your travel needs, from flights, transfers and accommodation to guided tours and more specialist services, such as visits to olive groves during harvest season, visits to authentic Raki distilleries and local wineries, as well as cookery lessons where you can experience authentic Crete.

If you are interested in adventure travel, they will also be able to advise and make bookings for you, whether you want to rappel, kayak bungee jump, or climb the Cretan mountains.

Equally, if you would like a restful spa experience or want to find your inner peace, Karma Travel can book you on a yoga retreat in Crete or recommend places where you can experience the natural beauty of this Mediterranean island to help your soul-searching.

Crete is Paradise, so get ready to experience it to the fullest by contacting the local experts:

Karma Travel
Kalama 20
Heraklion
71306 Greece

Phone TEL: +(30) 2811-103127 , FAX: +(30) 2811-103128
Email: travel.karma@yahoo.gr

Opening hours:
Weekdays 10.00-17.00
Saturdays 9.00-14.00 (UTC/GMT +2 hours, EEST)

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