3 Hours Safari to Lara 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.

We will then travel along the beautiful coast, beginning at the famous Coral beach of Pegeia. Then, we will head towards the shipwreck and the sea caves with spectacular rock formations. The EDRO III, a ship with the Sierra Leone flag, was wrecked on the 8th Sept 2011 while on a trip from Sierra Leone to Rhodes. It carried a cargo full of plasterboard.

St George’s Harbour, featuring archeological discoveries, catacombs, scenic marinas, and spectacular views, is our next stop. We will continue onto Akamas Reserve to explore the turtle nesting areas, where we can take a dip at Lara Turtle Conservation Station.

Lara Bay is our final destination. Here we will stop at a small café between the mountains and the sea for lunch and refreshments. For those looking to get a golden glow during their vacation, we will have plenty of time to swim and relax in the shade or under the sun.

Important to Know

  • Drivers must hold a valid driving license (category B).
  • Minimum driver’s age is 18y/o. No older than 70y/o.
  • The minimum passenger’s age for quad bikes is 12y/o. No minimum passenger age for buggies.
  • All drivers are required to bring their driving license with them the day of the tour.
  • Lunch is not included (pre-order at the shop)


Single Quad | €70
Double Quad | €90
Buggy – Two Seat | €110
Buggy – Three Seat | €140
Buggy – Four Seat | €180
Buggy – Six Seat | €220


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.
12:15 | Lunch break at Lara Bay.
13:00 | Back at Coral Bay.


  • Feel the thrill of off-road driving in the Quad or Buggy.
  • Discover the scenic sea caves and the abandoned shipwreck.
  • Explore and capture the beauty of Akama National Park.
  • Learn about the turtles and swim at their beach.


  • Fuel and 3rd party insurance.
  • Safety helmets
  • Goggles

  • Protective mask

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