Lara Bay Turtle Conservation StationCurrently Open
- Address: Akamas, Akamas Peninsula National Park, Cyprus, Paphos
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Conservation Centre
Lara bay has a beautiful beach in the shape of a horse shoe that is home to a turtle conservation station. The turtle station is home to CarettaCaretta and Green Turtles. As the species is at a threat of getting extinct, the conservation station in Cyprus has kept their conservation in priority. The conservation center is extremely informative. One of the most coveted species of turtles to be seen here is the Chelonia mydas, which is in fear of extinction. Although this conservatory is small, it is still of much interest to those who are interested in having a look at the animal species. This is quite a unique attraction of Cyprus that people simply love to visit. Just keep in mind that there can be up to 50 nests at one time on this beach and it is recommended to watch where you step. Your children would love to visit this conservatory.
Entrance Ticket Details For Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station
- Entry is free.
How to Reach Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station
- Bus: Karavella Bus Station, Kato Paphos Main Bus Station, Bus Stop 916
- Train: Historic Lefke (Camlikoy) Train Station
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10.17% of people who visit Paphos include Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
31.58% of people start their Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station
Lara Bay Turtle Conservation Station Reviews & Ratings
Hello, is there any turtle releases in 16th or 17th September 2023?Answer Report Abuse
Hello is there any turtle releases In October And when should we come We are here until the 2 November Many thanks TimAnswer Report Abuse
Baby turtles are released generally between the months of August to September. However, you can come here in November to find some turtles and learn interesting information about them.Report Abuse