1st July, 2020

Rules for conducting excursions.

 

  With the protocols we have so far, the following rules apply:

- Maximum permitted bus fullness 65%. There will be a plan for how customers will sit, the implementation of which will be done by marking the seats that are not allowed to sit, as well as of course with the guidance of the bus staff. Boarding and disembarking from the bus will be done through the back door only. Customers are required to wear a mask.

- Maximum permissible fullness of daily boats is 50%. The distance of 1.5 meters must be observed and the use of a mask is optional.

- The food supply remains as it is, for the excursions of Chrissi and Gramvousa-Balos, as it is already prepared and packaged.

- In the excursion "Cretan Night", the distances to the table seats must also be observed, as well as to the dance floor, where there will be smaller groups of dancers and who will not be able to perform the entire dance program that existed before.

- Visits to Spinalonga are set at 50 people per 30' and the maximum number of people per group is 25 people, with the distance of 1.5 meters mandatory and the use of a mask optional.

- The visitation of the Archaeological Museum of Heraklion is defined in a group of 8 people with the distances of 2 meters being mandatory. The use of a mask is optional.

- The visitation of Knossos Palace is defined in groups of 25 people with the distances of 1.5 meters mandatory. The use of a mask is optional.

- The visitation of the national park of Samaria is defined in groups of a maximum number of 25 people with the distances of 1.5 meters mandatory. The use of a mask is optional.

- The visitation of the monasteries is governed by the rule of distance of 1.5 meters in open space and 2 meters in closed space. The use of a mask is optional.

 

  The above applies for the safety of customers and employees due to the pandemic COVID-19, until the regulations are renewed.

 

Happy holidays from Rossilena Tours!