VIP Tours Malta provides customized, private sightseeing tours of the Maltese Islands. Tours can be tailor made to embrace even the most ‘difficult’ set of constraints. Visits to private estates, palaces, homes and collections rarely accessible to the public and behind the scenes studies at museums can be arranged. Itineraries are planned in closest consultation with our clients. We specialise in creating custom-built visits of historic sites, towns and villages all over the Maltese archipelago.

We have been honoured to guide Head of States, Ministers, Diplomats and Royal envoys and equally honoured to design and conduct tours for visitors and the general public. We are also a point of reference to various local suppliers in the corporate market and tourism industry by supplying hosting services.


Idyllic enclaves, mesmerizing fortresses, sublime climate a paradise in the heart of the Mediterranean nowhere but Malta.Far but yet so close, this island is well connected with all European major cities with a 7,000 year history, exceptional local cuisine and 365 days of sunshine. Whether it is luxurious hotels, heritage and culture or limpid tranquil beaches you are after, we have it all in a conveniently small area. No time is wasted travelling by plane or train, since everything is found a stepping stone away. Possibilities are endless and our goal is to ensure that your experience with us is memorable. Malta covers some 316Km squared making it the smallest member state of the European Union and it also is the only independent island of the Mediterranean.The proud owner of one of the most spell-bound harbours in the world, which is very much responsible for our rich history and multiple conquerors, today this island, is a living memorabilia of the distant past. This is perceived in our cuisine, language and architecture. Not only is one intrigued by the amazing setting, but one is also taken by surprise when in contact with the amicable, friendly and hospitable islanders, be it Maltese or Gozitan. Indeed, just 6km north of Malta, Gozo offers calmer surroundings, and if stepping back in time is your target, then Malta’s sister island is curtailed for you.