Akamas Safari - Cyprus Wilderness
Duration: Half Day
A day of adventure you will never forget with it's magical surroundings, unique fauna and flora and rare variety of birds. You will visit the sea caves just North of Paphos and then to the Avakas Gorge, well known for it's 30m high limestone walls. We will make our way through the small riverbed to admire one of Cyprus's natural wonders. Our next stop will be Lara Bay, the last remaining breeding ground of the famous green turtles of the Mediterranean. Continuing our journey North travelling through the Akamas Forest, we reach one of the most picturesque areas of the northern coastline, the Baths of Aphrodite. This natural spring is where legend has it, Aphrodite bathed with her lover. It is said that you retain eternal youth and beauty if you splash the water from the bath onto your face. (No guarantees are given!) Continuing on our journey through Latchi and Polis, we make our way back to Paphos through the villages, making a stop at an snake exhibition to see the various species found on the Island. For Other excursions and activities, leisurely Boat trips . either a half day, full day or sunset trip along the western coastline, Fishing Trips, Waterparks, Horseriding, etc...
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