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Our Private Charters

We use a fast boat that can easily carry 10 to 12 persons and take you to the desired destination quickly.
Half our, one hour or more trips offered. Depending on how much time the trip is going to take we can tale you to different locations like the Sea Caves, Turtle Bay or Akamas National Park.

Always with a captain who will show you the sites.
Snorkeling equipment provided.

Food and drinks can be arranged upon request.

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Why Choose Our Trips?

What most people do:

Most of the people choose to drive for an hour from Paphos to Latchi, buy a boar ticket for the cruisers going there two times a day on fixed hours, or hire a boat for private trips.
They all go to Fontana Amoroza Blue Lagoon.
It is lovely bay with white sand at the bottom witch gives the water a bright color. It will take 15 minutes to get there. The rental boats are not allowed to go any other places for security so everybody rental and cruisers are going there. Unfortunately his makes a beautiful place crowded and noisy.

What we offer:

You can see in the map the difference in distance we cover. We do 5 times the distance.

We do not visit one only location but different and also very interesting ones.

EDRO III Ship Wreck

Sea Caves

St George Island

St George Harbor

Lara I – Lara II ( Turtle Bays )

Geronisos Blue Lagoon

A few words about the sites:

EDRO III Ship Wreck

The Sierra Leone-flagged EDRO III ran aground off Pegeia on 8 December 2011 in heavy seas, during a voyage to Rhodes, from Limassol, Cyprus with a cargo of plasterboard. At the time of the accident, the ship had nine crew members – seven Albanians and two Egyptians. The crew were rescued and airlifted to the safety of Paphos by a local British Military helicopter.

The EDRO III weighs about 2,345 tons and is over 80 meters in length.

Sea Caves

The area where the sea caves are located can be described as a unique place of excellent beauty, geological and biological interest.
The area is called kantarkastoi and is characterised by the existence of coastal formations, caves, stone lodges and engulfment. These formations are priceless as it takes thousands of years in order for them to be created. In particular, the corrosive action of the sea has managed to penetrate between the rocks with the passing of time and has eaten the rocks creating this great mosaic.
Along the length of the bay, some tall rocky seashores have been created which even reach 20 metres height at some points, small and large caves which suck the sea water as well as small scattered islets. The feeling the visitor in the area gets is awe, towards the magnificent power of the sea. The role of nature as an artist/sculptor has created wonderful sculptures on the rocks. For those interested in photography, there is great material to print.
Earlier on at the caves, when there was no human presence or interference, the seals (monachus monachus ) found refuge there , although they have now abandoned the area. For this reason one of the caves is possibly known as “Spilios tis Fokenas” which means Seal cave.

St George Island

The island which lies 280 meters from the shore of western Cyprus has been uninhabited since the 14th or 15th century.
It has an area of 26000 square meters and rises 21.65 meters from sea level.
The toponym “Holy Island” is an ancient one. Pliny speaks of an island called “Hiera,” near Paphos, and Strabo mentions a place called “Hierocepis” nearby Paphos and Akamas.
It is likely that the name refers to the Apollo sanctuary that stood there in the 1st century BC.

St George Harbor

Heading east from Paphos is the small fishing village of St Georges (Ayios Georgios) cituated just a short distance from the village of Peyia.
The church of Agios Georgios overlooks the beach and you can enjoy water sports such as snorkelling and scuba-diving.There’s a lovely little harbour with traditional Cypriot fishing boats a cafe and a local family-run fish restaurant which is well worth a visit,if you look up towards the old church from the harbour you can see the ancient tombs that have been cut into the rock.
It’s also of archaeological interest as the nearby remains of an ancient Basilica with floor mosaics still visible.

Lara I – Lara II ( Turtle Bays )

Lara beach is located in the Akamas Peninsula.
It is a beach which is deserted as it is a protected area. . The soft sand is plenty and is in a bay which has the shape of a horseshoe.
Lara is a birth ground of the green turtle. The only habitats are wild goats, birds and turtles.
Due to the fact that the area is deserted, the beach and the trees are intact making it a small paradise. The sand is soft and golden, while the sea is crystal clear and clean.

Geronisos Blue Lagoon

Geronisos Blue Lagoon is a small naturally protected bay far deep in the Akamas National Park after Lara Bay going north. There is only pure unspoiled nature there and wild life, flora and fauna.
You will be amazed by the crystal clear waters and natural beauty of Akamas.