Are you always down for an adventure?
Malta is the perfect place and there you can spend your next adventurous holiday!
The Maltese Island is one of the most uniquely beautiful island in the Mediterranean and offers many chances to spend time outdoors, enjoying the stunning natural beauty and living amazing adventure and activities easily accessible.
We hope this guide of our favorites outdoor activities around the Maltese Island will help you!
Kayaking in Malta
Kayaking and canoeing in Malta are one of the funniest ways to travel through the island. By kayak, you’re able to further explore the coastline and enjoy the hidden cove and swim in crystal clear waters. For more information: http://www.seakayakmalta.com
The clear blue Mediterranean sea is ideal for scuba diving. The calmness and clarity of the sea makes this experience perfect for first time divers and beginners. We suggest our study and diving package to help you to have the most complete experience of Malta.
For more information: http://ictqmalta.com/english-diving/
Sailing around Malta and explore hidden beaches, caves, and inlets. It is the best way of experiencing these fantastic islands. For more information: http://www.sailingschoolmalta.com
If you are looking for something exciting and breathe taking, we suggest to try the fly board! For more information: http://www.flyboard.com.mt
Your stay in Malta wouldn’t be complete without an exciting summer activity, and Sun&Fun offers a variety of fun water sports to make sure you get the most of this destination in the crystal clear Mediterranean waters. Rent a self-drive speed boar, get buzzing with a super-powered jet ski, take it easy on a canoe or paddle boar, go a little higher and have a parasailing session or bring on the laughs in a super fun banana or sofa boat ride. For more information: http://www.sunfunmalta.com
All you need to explore Malta’s marine life is a mask, a snorkel, a pair of flippers and have fun! One of the favorite beaches to visit in Malta for a snorkeling session is Paradise bay in Cirkewwa. We also suggest Sands Bay in Mellieha, St Peter’s Pool, Marsaxlook, Blue Hole, Dwejra, Gozo and Comino’s Blue Lagoon is considered to be a top snorkeling location.
The best spots where you cliff jumping are: St. Peter’s Pools, Blue Lagoon, Ghar Lapsi and the Crystal Lagoon. The highest cliff is at The Crystal Lagoon that is approximately 85 ft.
Safari Jeep tour
One of the options to see the wildlife in Malta is to go on a jeep safari. During this trip, you will sit in the back of an open jeep to see all the best of Malta and Gozo. If you want to explore the island and also improve your English skills, you can try our Safari study package. For more information: http://ictqmalta.com/english-jeep/
You can easily explore the island by bike and get fun around the island. There are 18,535 km Mapped Ways and 385 Cycle Routes. Check here to find your route: http://www.bikemap.net/en/l/2562770/
Trekking in Malta
The areas that make an excellent day hike are: Marfa Ridge 7.51 miles near Il-Kamp tal-Mellieha, Il-Mellieha; Valleta, City Walk 4.14 miles near Floriana, Il- Furjana; Gozo (Mgarr- San Lawrez) 12.26 miles near Mgarr, Ghajnsielem; National park and Roman Trail 6.52 miles near Biskra, Il-Mellieha; Marfa Ridge 8.94 miles near Ghan Zejtuna, Il- Mellieha; Mdina-Rabat 1.91 miles; Dingli Cliffs 5.35; Victoria Line Malta 9.21 miles.
Camping in Comino
As Comino is a virtually uninhabited island, it provides opportunities for getting away and camping in private. There are basic washing facilities at Santa Marija bay in Comino.
Quad Bikes tour
Here’s a different way to see Gozo and Malta on a quad bike. Discover the Island’s natural hidden gems, or roam around its narrow streets on these fun and practical vehicles.