09:30 Arrival at the meeting location for a short safety briefing.
10:00 Start of the tour towards Coral Beach at Pegeia.
10:15 Explore the shipwreck and sea caves.
10:40 St. George’s Harbor
11:30 Akamas Reserve and Lara Turtle Conservation Station
12:30 Akamas Forest and Viewpoint
13:15 Lunch at Latchi Harbor in Polis Chrysochous
13:40 Boarding for the Blue Lagoon Trip
18:00 Back at Coral Bay
The tour will begin at 10 a.m. For safety checks and briefings, it is highly recommended that you arrive 30 minutes prior to the tour.
The journey will begin, with us heading towards the shipwreck that measures 80 meters in length and the stunning sea caves along the coast of Paphos. You will enjoy the rush of driving along winding roads through banana plants on our way from St. George Harbour to Lara with its famous turtle nestling grounds.
Moving onwards, we will stop at the magnificent viewpoint of Akamas Forest. The forest is famous for its olive and pine trees as well as its history as it was named after the son Theseus, the mythical king of Athens. Our final destination will be reached by driving through the Smigies Picnic Site, a tiny gem on Akamas Peninsula. We will then travel to Latchi Harbor (Polis) where we will embark on the Blue Lagoon cruise in a special glass-bottom vessel. This is a fantastic opportunity to admire and discover the sea world from up high, and also to enjoy breathtaking views of mountains and the sea.
Throughout the Lagoon boat trip, you will have ample time to swim in the turquoise waters and marvel at the underwater world. We will then begin our return journey to Coral Bay, passing through some beautiful little villages of Paphos.
1) For renting a bike, what do I have to bring with me?
A) Driving Licence
C) €100. This amount is returned back to the client in case there are no damages on the bike
D) Most importantly. A good sense of humor! Its going to get bumpy!
2) What time I have to arrive to the shop for the Safari?
All safaris are starting at 10:00, it is recommended to come at 9:30
3) What do we have to bring with us at the safari? Do not forget to bring
A) Driving Licence
C) Swimming costume for swimming
H) Athletic Shoes
I) Cash for lunch and drinks
J) Most importantly. A good sense of humor! Its going to get bumpy!
4) What is the minimum age that somebody is allowed to rent a bike?
He/she should be 18 plus.
5) What about the insurance?
Clients are covered by third party insurance. That means that they are responsible to pay for any damages they might cause.
6) What is included in the price?
A) The Insurance
B) The Helmets
C) The VAT
7) SAFETY - VEHICLES AND TRANSPORTATION
We keep our bikes in a good condition and every time before each safari we check all the bikes (brakes, steering, tire pressure and condition, lights, mirrors, engine, petrol). Also we keep an updated record of checks and maintenance.
8) SAFETY - OPERATING PERSONNEL
All staff members are trained and experienced in driving bikes and leading a safari.
9) SAFETY - EQUIPMENT
We have all the appropriate safety equipment for the safari and the operation of our bikes.
10) SAFETY BRIEFING & EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
Staff drivers are informed about the health and safety procedures, as well as have instructions for emergency cases.