Join a small group of nature conservation enthusiasts for a full-day mission to Cyprus’ north-western tip, the wild Akamas

Peninsula. Combining fun, adventure and some (optional) calorie-burning through short walks and swimming opportunities, our itinerary stresses ‘time outside in the Nature’ rather than being trapped inside the jeep for the whole day. During the day, we stay inside the boundaries of the proposed Akamas National Park and visit some of Cyprus’ most remote yet dazzling

nature monuments: 


Unique wave-cut rock formations with natural archways and underwater caves;


The ‘sacred sands’ of Lara, site of the world famous turtle conservation project;


Giant limestone gorges and goat-filled plateaux;






The Akamas Forest, with its dense stands of pine and juniper and numerous volcanic peaks;


Deserted beaches and rocky coves with brilliantly turquoise waters.


Known for its vast array of wild flowers in springtime and the

unparalleled swimming/hiking possibilities during summer/autumn months, the Akamas is an environmental wonderland not to be missed.


Each expedition includes a very memorable lunch at a small

village taverna featuring a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian

specialities not found in tourist restaurants. We eat what the local farmers eat! Sorry, no chips!! Drinking water is provided throughout the day gratis.


Suggested: Wear appropriate footwear – trainers or better. Bring your bathing suit.


Special Interests: Bird-watching, botany, forestry, geology, nature conservation, snorkelling, unbulldozed landscape.


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