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From Nicolosi: Mount Etna Quad Volcano Tour

1. From Nicolosi: Mount Etna Quad Volcano Tour

Explore the beautiful forest and lava flows surrounding the famous volcano, Mount Etna. Enjoy a guided adventure from Nicolosi, and ride quad bikes through forests and over old lava flows. Leave Nicolosi, and enjoy a chance to ride quad bikes on the famous Mount Etna. Explore the nature in the area, and drive a quad bike across an eruptive fracture and old lava flows. Travel through the Etna broom tree forest, and see the famous "broom trees" only found in Sicily. Descend along lava flow channels and ride on the basin of a dried torrent. See various volcanic features and evidence of past eruptions while on the tour, see explosive craters, and visit a lava flow cave with the tour leader. Return to the tour's starting point at the end of n exciting 2-hour quad bike tour of Etna.

Catania: Off-Road ATV Tour of Mount Etna

2. Catania: Off-Road ATV Tour of Mount Etna

Enjoy the experience of riding on an ATV through the untouched nature of the Etna Volcano. Pass by some of the most stunning spots in the region. Set off from the Alcantara Gorges, following dirt tracks in the direction of Castiglione di Sicilia, famous for its winemaking. Stop to admire the breathtaking views of the valley. Continue on a bike trail to Linguaglossa, where you can see the little volcano of Moio Alcantara, Etna's farthest crater from the epicenter. Along the way you will have the chance to see the lava flows formed during numerous eruptions. You will then climb to Piano Provenzana at an altitude of 1,850 meters.

Mt. Etna: Private Tour in 4x4 from Taormina

3. Mt. Etna: Private Tour in 4x4 from Taormina

This private adventure begins with hotel pick up from Taormina or Giardini Naxos. In the comfort of an air-conditioned, 4WD vehicle, take on regular and unpaved roads as you ascend to the extinct craters at an altitude of 2,000 meters. Break away from the classic tourist itineraries to discover unique panoramas enriched by stories and fun facts from your experienced guide.  Walk amongst lunar landscapes on Europe's highest active volcano and UNESCO World Heritage Site and view the ancient lava flow, the Etna forest, Valley of Bove, and extinct craters. What's more, put on your helmet and headlamp, provided by your guide, and make your way through a long, underground tunnel, formed by the lava flow.  To ascend the summit area at 3,0000 meters, you may purchase a cable car ticket on the spot. After a full day of touring, hotel drop-off is provided.

Catania: Half-Day Buggy Tour of the Etna Volcano

4. Catania: Half-Day Buggy Tour of the Etna Volcano

Take part in a buggy adventure on Mount Etna. Take in scenic sights, walk around the top of Silvestri Craters and explore the Cassone lava cave. Explore the Etna volcano by buggy on this unique 4-hour activity. After a quick briefing on how to drive your buggy, head off with the guide to the villages of Pedara and Nicolosi. Continue along a track that passes an old lava rock quarry, and experience the buggy’s off-road abilities. Drive on a scenic road leading to Rifugio Sapienza. After a coffee break, take a walk around the top of the Silvestri Craters. Next, take the road down to the Cassone lava cave. Enjoy a quick visit inside, equipped with a helmet and a flashlight. Continue on the route, stopping to admire the immense Valle del Bove from Mount Zoccolaro on the way to Zafferana Etnea, Viagrande and San Gregorio.

Sicily: Off-Road ATV Buggy Tour

5. Sicily: Off-Road ATV Buggy Tour

Go on a thrilling adventure that combines nature with culture. Start with a pre-drive briefing to get familiar with your buggy, then set off on your tour to discover the Segesta countryside alongside a guide. Stop at vineyards and orchards to see seasonal fruit. During your excursion, learn about the west of Sicily from your guide. Stop to learn more about the territory and to admire amazing views, like the Temple of Segesta.

From Catania or Taormina: Mount Etna Guided 4x4 Tour

6. From Catania or Taormina: Mount Etna Guided 4x4 Tour

Explore the other-worldly landscapes of Mount Etna on this guided tour with from Catania or Taormina. Tackle rough terrain in a 4x4 vehicle before enjoying a guided hike. Walk along the Monte Fontana trail, see the Valle del Bove, and view volcanic craters on this half-day excursion. Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation and relax on the drive through the stunning Sicilian countryside. Get set up with a bottle of water and hiking gear like a helmet and trekking pole. Begin your walk on the impressive Monte Fontana trail. Visit the famous valley Valle del Bove, wander through old and new lava flows, and walk on extinct craters. Enter a real lava cave where ice was produced centuries ago. Discover fun facts about the unique plant and animal life that thrive on this active volcano. End your tour at the cold lava streams of Piano Provenzana, which were destroyed during the last big eruption in 2002. Return to your accommodation in Catania or Taormina at the end of your tour.

From Catania or Taormina: Mount Etna Full-Day Trip by 4x4

7. From Catania or Taormina: Mount Etna Full-Day Trip by 4x4

After being picked up from your accommodation in Sicily, climb into an off-road 4x4 vehicle and head in the direction of Mount Etna. Make a stop to take an easy walk to the impressive Monte Fontana and visit the famous valley Valle del Bove. Wander amongst old and new lava flows and walk on extinct craters. Visit a real lava cave equipped with helmets and flashlights to see where ice was produced centuries ago. The guide will show you a great variety of flora and fauna: plants and animals which populate the active volcano. While walking through ancient forests, learn about the vegetation and wildlife of Mount Etna. Make the last stop at the cold lava streams of Piano Provenzana, which was destroyed during the last big eruption in 2002. Enjoy typical Sicilian food at a chalet including appetizers, a main course of pasta, dessert, water, bread, wine, and coffee. Then, visit the famous Alcantara Gorges, which were formed millions of years ago on the north side of the volcano. Between the cold lava flows runs a small mountain river. Here you can walk barefoot in the crystal clear ice cold water of the canyon or (during summer) have a refreshing swim. On the way to the canyon, pass by the idyllic Sicilian mountain village of Castiglione di Sicilia. Admire views of Motta Camastra in the distance which is situated on a slope. At the end of the tour get driven back to your accommodation.

Agrigento: Off-Road ATV Tour

8. Agrigento: Off-Road ATV Tour

After departing from the historical center of Ribera and heading in the direction of the castle of Poggio Diana, you will see the stunning canyon of the River Verdura. From here, you will be totally immersed in some of the most wild areas of this hinterland region, following tracks that are only accessible with off-road vehicles. You will cross rivers and drive through underpasses, before then climbing up again to receive breathtaking views of the region spanning from the Saccensi Coast all the way to the coast of Eraclea Minoa. The tracks driven over for this tour are 70% dirt road. At the conclusion of your tour, you will be safely returned to the original meeting point.

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What people are saying about Sicily

Super good activity! Remember a backpack and water. Note, in our case the meeting place was not the one stated on GetYourGuide. We had to call a number on one of the brochures that was on the table by the pavilion and then had to drive to a new place (luckily we had a car) about 5 minutes The guides were really nice and spoke good English. The route is long and you get REALLY dirty. REMEMBER a change of clothes and water to rinse off with. We didn't get the opportunity to bathe, otherwise it would have made it a little easier to get rid of the dust. In addition, of course, you must also remember plenty of sunscreen

This was an amazing experience with knowledgeable hosts. It’s not for the faint hearted as the tracks are rough but so much fun. There was time to walk around the crators and take in the breathtaking views. Also a couple of stops in the way back to visit a lava cave and impressive lava flows! Thank you!

Gianni was a fabulous guide for our family to Mt. Etna. He was very knowledgeable and so kind.

Unique experience on the edge of the volcano, the guides were very kind and caring.

John Franco was our tour guide. He was excellent, and very informative.