Agla from Koycegiz
PRICE £25 PER PERSON
Tour from Koycegiz to Agla starts at 10am .
Cool Mountain Waters , Ice Cold Streams and Lush forests with beautiful breath taking views of Koycegiz and surrounding area. If this sounds good to you then carry on reading.
There will be many breaks on this trip in order to explore and enjoy the plateau from high above the sea levels. Walking is the main activity of this nature trip.
We will be visiting Agla Village where we will be having our refreshment break. A small village with a small convenient shop and a Cafe selling hot and soft drinks only.
Even in the peak summer heat Agla is cool and refreshing due to its high altitude with 800 metres above sea levels. Dotted around are very old Maple Trees providing naturally shady places to rest.
Plateau of Agla has been used as a refuge area during sizzling hot summer times for many centuries and still is by the locals whom live in the nearby surrounding area.
It is not just the natural green enviroment of Agla so important but from a historical point of view too as this part of the world was inhabited by the early romans and Genoese Lumberjacks who used the woods for producing their famous ships.
DAYS AVAILABLE : Everyday
START TIME : 10am
RETURN TIME : 4pm
INCLUDED : Lunch - Guide
BRING ALONG: Comfortable Shoes to wear for walking | Towel | Sun Cream -Sun Hat and Sun glasses | money for drinks | Camera | During Winter time suitable clothing.
SUITABLE : Suitable for ages above 10, under 18 with legal guardian.
IMPORTANT : Customers with preexisting medical conditions (e.g nut allergy) must inform us at the time of booking, this is important for us
Also Please note that it may be difficult for those who reliying on wheelchair or similar to attend this trip due to not being accessible friendly.
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