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Rules:

Minimum age – 18 years old.

Full driving Licence

Requirements:

Swimming costume, hat, sunscreen , comfortable clothes & trainers.

Explore our most popular destinations

Adonis Baths Waterfall 

Adonis Baths Waterfalls – one of the most beautiful and unique areas in Cyprus, are located two (2km) kilometers from Kili village and twelve(12km) kilometers from Paphos town. They can be reached via Tala village or the Akoursos road. According to the Greek mythology– Adonis, the God of Beauty, tended his horses in this area and hunted in the Akamas forest. It says also that Adonis and Aphrodite had many children here, and the citizen of Paphos are supposed to be descendant of these two lovers.

Sea Caves

The Sea Caves are located at the seafront of Paphos, in the village of Pegeia, which are characterized by the existence of coastal formations, caves, stone lodges and engulfment. The area is also popular among the visitors for the seals (monachus monachus) inhabiting the caves earlier on, when there was little human presence, although they have abandoned the area.

Lara Bay

Lara Bay is located on Cyprus’ Akamas Peninsula, part of the last large unspoiled coastal area remaining in Cyprus, known for its work with endangered Green turtles (Chelonia mydas) and vulnerable Loggerhead turtles (Caretta-caretta). From end of May till September, on the beach, you can see iron cages and cautionary signs protecting turtle nests and warning of fragile eggs buried beneath the sand. This period is the hatching season and it is possible to see tiny turtles waddle their way down seaward from the sand.

Akamas

The Akamas peninsula covers about 230 square km and is located on the western Cyprus. It is an area of great natural beauty unaffected by development. The uniqueness of the area for Cyprus, and for the whole of the Mediterranean, is centered on its precious ecology. The diversity of flora and fauna living in this relatively small area is truly impressive. Rare endemic plants grow there and foxes, snakes and other reptiles as well as many types of migratory birds live in Akamas.

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is a popular destination of the Akamas area, where the water tends to be warmer – in summer it’s up to 30 degrees C! The sandy bottom gives the sea that magical turquoise color. There’s a fair number of fish, as well as lots of shells and other aquatic life on the sea bed.