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All reviews salt lake pink flamingos winter months migrating birds hala sultan tekke beautiful scenery bird watching the main road nice walk close to the airport nice view take photos walk around interesting place worth a visit larnaca airport path
This could be a nice place to take a stroll. Easy to reach by bus (it is on the way to the airport). The hype about the flamingos is more than in reality. I didn't see any in February although they mentioned there would be...More
We parked in the gravel lot just east of the airport and walked around the eastern and northern part of the lake to see the flamingos. They generally stay in the shallow bays at the north end. So the best approach is either park at...More
Especially good in spring. I took a good walk from the bus stop next one after Mckenzie beach stop up to Sultan Tekke Mosque and it was very refreshing. In spring (end of February) there were flowers (even orchids), flamingos and other wildlife. In some...More
I cycled around the lake. It was a day after some heavy rain and the path was easy to follow but was in a poor state following the downpours. Some sections totally submerged.
On the plus side the vegitation was lush and colourful.
A sight you would not expect to see outside Africa. Big flocks of flamingos wading and grazing. Well worth stopping the car and walk down to the lake edge in a couple of places and watch them. Unfortunately all too far away for a decent...More
This is a great place to visit in spring, when the lake is visited by hundreds of flamingos and the vegetation is lush. The pathways are good and the terrain is flat, making it a good destination for those who can't climb mountains. It is...More
We were aiming to see the flamingos, as some reviews noted that there were none. It was a pleasure to see them. We parked at the mosque and walked further down (left of the mosque) and saw the flamingos. You can walk further to get...More