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Dive from the catamaran in lake Kournason Crete, Greece

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You can rent a catamaran, ride to the middle of the lake and enjoy the warm waters.
How to dive from the catamaran in lake Kournas on Crete
On the lake Kournas you can take a catamaran that is rented out at every corner. On it you can ride from one bank to the other, in the middle of the way pull the legs in the water, or even jump from it, completely immersed in the warm waters of the lake.

The cost of the catamaran depends on its spaciousness and appearance. For children there is a catamaran with a slide, and for fans of retro - special old-style catamarans.

You can make here great photos :)

Where to do?

#1Kournas lake on CreteKournas lake

Beautiful freshwater lake surrounded by a mountain landscape, creating a special atmosphere of seclusion and isolation from the rest of the world.

How much?

from €7 to €15 per hour for catamaran rent.

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