Artemis Walking Trail + Caledonia Waterfall Walking Trail
Artemis is the Cyprus trail with the highest elevation (1, 800 m). It is circular and has a length of seven km. We will pass by many pines and junipers and see barren rock at the top while we walk next to cliffs.
The linear Caledonia waterfall trail runs next to a stream and is thus lush(er) from spring to autumn. With a length of just three km, it is steep (requires care), and crosses the stream at points. We may hear songbirds (especially towards summer), though they are difficult to spot. About midway we come to Caledonia Waterfall, a major natural attraction in the area.
It should be noted that we are providing a suggestion about the route here. Customers can customise the trip as per their preferences (upon agreement with us). For example walkers may choose to skip one of the walks and instead arrange with us to stop at other attractions on the way.
The basic itinerary is from the hotel (or other pickup point) to the start of the walk and then from the end of the walk back to the the hotel (or other delivery point).
If we have time we may stop at (at least) one place of interest such as an ancient chapel, medieval bridge or watermill.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Customers' hotel (or cruise ship etc) in one of Larnaca, Limassol or Nicosia
End location: Customers' hotel (or cruise ship etc) in one of Larnaca, Limassol or Nicosia
Duration: 6 hours
The number above roughly applies to the time of travel and the actual walking itinerary (walking, having breaks, swimming). If we have time on the way back we may stop to see at least one other natural or cultural attraction.
We usually use a Citroen C8 7-seater. It was built in 2006, it is in a very good condition and air-conditioned.
I will pick up the customers from a location in Cyprus and deliver them to the requested location at the end of the walking trip.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 Euro - There is no meal included in the trip. A small amount is suggested (5 Euro)as a budget for each participant in case they want to buy a small amount of food or drinks.
Participants should bring along some food and water. If they prefer we can buy what they need on the way.
I am not a licensed Cyprus Tourism Organisation guide and as a result I cannot guide visitors into archaeological sites requiring entry tickets.