Uninhabited Aegean island to host survival holiday adventure
A travel agency from Belgium is planning to offer an adventure holiday on an uninhabited Greek island in the Aegean Sea in October this year.
The island of Alimia is located near Halki in the Dodecanese, and a group of 20 tourists would be left there for ten days. They would have to find ways to survive on their own and points would be given for building huts and finding food. The person with the most points at the end would be given a special prize. The island of Rhodes has warned that there is a Neolithic settlement on Alimia, which is the reason behind the concern about the project.
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