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4x4 Safari to Akamas Peninsula with Lunch

by Destination Services Duration 10h Features animals Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is $87
Amazing! 4.2/5 Expedia Guest Rating View all 3 Expedia Verified Reviews

Venture out and explore the scenic Akamas Peninsula area, with its wild landscapes and dramatic gorges. Behold some of the most breathtaking views in Cyprus, and discover Avakas Gorge, Lara Bay, and the Baths of Aphrodite on this 4x4 adventure that goes well off the beaten track.

Your day begins as you hop on your 4x4 and head towards the Akamas Peninsula, the geological gem of Cyprus. As you traverse through the rough and rugged scenery, discover the splendor of this promontory and admire the island's lush vegetation.

Visit Avakas Gorge, perched on the western tip of the Akamas Peninsula. This deep canyon is famous for the sheer walls of limestone that forms a natural tunnel.

Continue to the remote Lara Bay, a near-deserted sandy beach only accessible by a 4x4 jeep. The isolated beach is home to a conservation station and is one of the few remaining sanctuaries for the protected green sea turtles to nest, so you won't find a parasol or sunbed in sight.

As you make your way back to Paphos, you make your final stop at Latchi, where you visit the Baths of Aphrodite, whose legendary waters are said to have magical rejuvenating properties.

Venture out and explore the scenic Akamas Peninsula area, with its wild landscapes and dramatic gorges. Behold some of the most breathtaking views in Cyprus, and discover Avakas Gorge, Lara Bay, and the Baths of Aphrodite on this 4x4 adventure that goes well off the beaten track.

Your day begins as you hop on your 4x4 and head towards the Akamas Peninsula, the geological gem of Cyprus. As you traverse through the rough and rugged scenery, discover the splendor of this promontory and admire the island's lush vegetation.

Visit Avakas Gorge, perched on the western tip of the Akamas Peninsula. This deep canyon is famous for the sheer walls of limestone that forms a natural tunnel.

Continue to the remote Lara Bay, a near-deserted sandy beach only accessible by a 4x4 jeep. The isolated beach is home to a conservation station and is one of the few remaining sanctuaries for the protected green sea turtles to nest, so you won't find a parasol or sunbed in sight.

As you make your way back to Paphos, you make your final stop at Latchi, where you visit the Baths of Aphrodite, whose legendary waters are said to have magical rejuvenating properties.

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7:30 AM, Tour in English, includes Food Only

Duration 10h No booking or credit card fees

Live Commentary in English.

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per adult
$86.73

Total price is $86.73, taxes included

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4x4 Safari to Akamas Peninsula with Lunch

Activity Location

Akamas

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pickup

    Paphos

  • Hotel Pickup

    Limassol

  • Hotel Pickup

    Pissouri


Highlights

  • Untamed landscapes of Akamas Peninsula National Park

  • Discovering Avakas Gorge's with its natural limestone walls

  • Lunch with a glass of local wine or a soft drink

  • A visit to Lara Bay, breeding site for green sea turtles

  • Professional driver/escort


Inclusions

  • Professional Driver/Escort and 4WD vehicle

  • Lunch

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from your Paphos, Limassol, or Pissouri hotel


Exclusions

  • Any beverages

  • Any additional food


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 years old and younger are not allowed.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.

  • This activity is not wheelchair accessible.

  • Not suitable for people with walking difficulties

  • Comfortable shoes are strongly advised


4x4 Safari to Akamas Peninsula with Lunch ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

4.2 out of 5

Sep 14, 2017

The lunch provided on this activity was excellent quality and everyone had more than enough to eat and drink. Make sure you take plenty of water to drink on the drive, I advise freezing the bottles if possible, then it's still cold on the homeward leg of the trip. If you travel during September you could be as lucky as I was and get to see baby turtles hatching. The highlight of the holiday. The English speaking guide, Akis, was extremely knowledgeable and kept up a commentary of all the most important things to see. He also answered any questions about the island in general. He made the day more enjoyable.