Dear Traveler,


Καλό Πάσχα (Kalo Pascha)! Today marks the most important holiday in Greece — Easter Sunday is one of the oldest and most beloved traditions. This year’s celebrations are somewhat different, but nevertheless, it is a wonderful day filled with unique customs.


As summer is gradually approaching, we come out of the state of hibernation, with a renewed sense of hope and optimism. In this month’s newsletter “Hibernation is Over” we shed light on the inspiring stories, dedicated to people who aspire to make a difference.


Greece is a country blessed with remarkable natural beauty and is in fact a habitat for a magnificent species of brown bears that have found their sanctuary in the richly forested, mountainous region of Florina. Read our story on Arcturos –  an NGO that has been helping the bears of Greece for nearly three decades.


As we venture out in the world after the lockdowns, our desire to dress up will surely differ – what will we wear? How will we shop? In our interview with Ioanna Topouzoglou, we discuss the future of sustainable fashion and discover the inspiration behind her ethically conscious accessories brand, Mashu.


At Fly Me To The Moon, we are dedicated to offering meaningful travel experiences to our guests, that leave a positive impact on the local communities and are mindful of the environment. Together we can make a difference. Will you join us?

Sincerely yours,

Elena Papanicolaou