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The Walking Trip comprises of two distinct and quite different walks : Artemis and Caledonia Waterfall.
Artemis is the Cyprus trail with the highest elevation (1, 800 m). It is circular and has a length of seven km. We pass by many pines and junipers and see barren rock at the top while walking 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 and an elevation difference of about 400 meters, 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. Normally we ascend to the top elevation end of the Caledonia Waterfall trail, after we reach the bottom end.
It should be noted that for this trip and specific price I can collect participants from their hotel (or similar) in many coastal spots in Cyprus (Protaras all the way to Paphos) as well as Nicosia and other places in between.