The Ahlat (wild pear) Valley trail took nature enthusiasts from Karşıyaka Primary School, past the Karşıyaka reservoir and the “seven-eyed waterfall” near Güzelyalı — named for the similarity of its rock cavities to seven eyes — then on through what is hailed as “one of the greenest valleys of North Cyprus” and through plane trees more than 400 years old. Thyme bushes and blackberry bushes could be seen, as well as olive and carob trees. Cyprus bee orchids and endemic Tulipa Cypria also grow there.
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