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3 of us stumbled upon this place today whilst driving around the area, and had no expectation of what we'd find there. The host is a very friendly and chatty man with a collection of snakes, tortoises, dogs and other animals.
We were able to...More
We visited this as a time-filler while waiting to head to Paphos airport to return home. It is essentially a back yard with a few tanks containing some rather sorry-looking creatures with no effort made to create a healthy and stimulating environment. It was not...More
Very basic vivariums and sheds house Cypriot reptiles, two venomous varieties including a viper and a few constrictors.
This is a 20 minute tour at €2.50 for adults and children.
The whole thing is basic in the mans back garden but I only saw a...More
It calls itself a reptiliary, but it is nothing I have ever seen elsewhere. It is truly dreadful.There are 3 native snakes and and a tortoise, each kept in a concrete pen abour 4 feet high and 6 feet by 6 feet. We saw a...More
This is literally just some captured snakes in some pits in this guy's garden. You pay your money, spend literally 5 minutes looking at the poor creatures lying in the bottom of the pits, and go away without much idea of what you have seen....More
Longleat it isn’t so don’t go thinking you can while away a couple of hours. Just accept that its a friendly local guy trying to bring tourists to a beautiful and serene part of the island. He does serve drinks if required and please donate...More
There's not much for the locals to do except sit around all day and watch life and reptiles go by. So this guy is catching snakes, reptiles, rabbits and chickens. And he will kindly let everyone have a look for a small fee. If my...More
First of all don't go with your hopes up; this is a local who just happens to be passionate about local wildlife. Bear that in mind and you will find this sweet and charming in a rustic old school kind of way. It's interesting and...More