Boat Safari to Agia Napa and Protaras
Join us on the full day excursion on our well-equipped speed glass bottom boat (toilet, tent, comfortable seats, music etc).
We will start off the day from the picturesque Larnaca marina and will first go among the Larnaca coastline to the beautiful Red cliffs – the inhabitant area of eagles. We will next stop to the fishing farm in the open sea, where the Cypriot delicatessen fishes “Tzipura” is bred. Afterwards the boat will pass from the famous natural harbor of “Potamos” taking a chance to see the traditional fisherman’s boats.
Going among amazing white sandy beaches of Ayia Napa sliding on the incredible crystal clear blue waters we reach a complex of sea caves, called “Pirate Caves” as they were used in the ancient times by pirates and smugglers. If the sea is calm enough, the boat enters one of the Pirate caves. Next we go under the natural Rock Bridge heading for the “Sea Palace” caves built of stalactites and stalagmites which were melting together. Our next stop is Cavo Greko – the furthest southeastern point of the island. Leaving behind the Cape we stop at one of the bays for swimming, snorkeling and feeding fishes for about 40 min. For some adventurous we go to Ayii Anargiri area, where you can try cliff diving (jumping). Then we whisk you off across Protaras Bay to view and to get the information about the “Ghost City” of Famagusta.
Also the masks for snorkeling are provided.
*The program of the safari can be slightly changed according to the weather conditions.