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4x4 tracks and routes?

Postby Andrey Novikov » Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:02 pm

Hi, this will be my second visit to Cyprus. Last time I've rent a small car and have driven over 1200 km. This time I've booked Suzuki Jimny and want to visit beautiful nature attractions (my wife is fond of photography). Here at home I own Toyota LC79 so I am familiar with 4x4 adventures. I will stay in Paphos for a week in April. Can you provide some tracks or suggest one day routes I can take on Suzuki Jimny to see Cyprus that I have not seen from asphalt?
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Re: 4x4 tracks and routes?

Postby Sotos » Tue Mar 13, 2012 7:21 pm

You can go into Akamas and Troodos. There are several off road routes in both ... but I don't think many people would know about them so you will have to explore yourself ;)
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Re: 4x4 tracks and routes?

Postby bill cobbett » Tue Mar 13, 2012 8:48 pm

Yeah def get up in to the Akamas, due North of Paphos, take the asphalt to the nice harbour at Agios Yeorgios and then pretty comfortable and wide track to Lara ... and take a compass... and a full tank of petrol!... Beyond Lara on the coast track, gets more exciting.

... or if more adventurous head North from Paphos to a village called Ineia then West to Lara again over narrow dirt and sand tracks ... only 10 miles on the map, full of twists and turns... but exciting.

(Bear in mind by the way and know this sounds stupid for a 4x4, your hire-car insurance prob won't cover you for off-asphalt, so take it easy)
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