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Beautiful Pamukkale Tour

Pamukkale, Denizli
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8 hours

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Daily Tour

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English, Turkish



Pamukkale, located in the Valley of the Menderes River, which has a mild climate in the Aegean region of Turkey. It is one of the preferred places for both domestic and foreign tourists.

Pamukkale can be seen from the hills on the opposite side of the valley in the center of Denizli, 20 km away. Within 5–10 km is the ancient city of Laodyya. 5 km away is the village of Karahayit, an international thermal hub. Pamukkale is a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site. Travertines; in addition to visual richness, it is good for heart diseases, rheumatism, digestion, breathing, circulation and skin disorders.

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Tour Details
Details: After breakfast we will pick you up from the hotel for the start of your day trip and to visit our first stop which is:

Laodikeia is situated in a good geographical location on the South side of the Lycus River, 6 km North of Denizli. The
city was called ‘Laodikeia on the side of the Lycus’ in ancient sources, the city was founded by Antiochos II in 263-261 BC and
named after Antiochos’ wife.
The Ruins of Laodicea: Big Theater, Small Theater, Stadium and Gymnasium, Monumental
Nypheum, Council Building, Zeus Temple, Big Church After visiting our first stop, we are cruising to our next stop. Kaklık cave
Kaklık cave, is situated at the Denizli- Afyon- Ankara and Denizli Çivril highways, and 30 km away from the Denizli center.
Kaklık town of Honaz District is uniquely beautiful in respect of its formation and development feature as well as its
interesting Travertines and pools similar to Pamukkale, and dripstones, stalactites and stalagmites. On the contrary, the
almost whole area of the main gallery is covered with TraverƟnes with spectacular colors that are formed by the spring water
that comes out outside the cave by waterfalls. These white Travertines that develop in pools in the form of steps and that
develop on these blocks according as a result of the collapse of the ceiling is a small miniature of Pamukkale. After our visit at
Kaklik we are driving direction Salda Lake
“If you wonder Mars.... well visit Salda Lake”
Salda, the deepest lake of Turkey, is
located in Burdur 1 hour 20 mins. away from Pamukkale. Thousands of tourists come to see Salda Lake to see it’s turquoise
colored lake and white sands. Despite of being the deepest lake of Turkey, Salda is the third deepest lake of the world. The
depth of the lake can go up to 185m. Interestingly, there is a similarity between Salda Lake and Mars. Both have white
magnesium loaded rocks. The area of the lake was announced as 1st grade natural site area in 1989. For this reason, building
construction around the lake was prohibited. The lake is rich in terms of its minerals, due to soil properties. The water of the
lake is a cure for certain skin diseases. Offering its visitors a visual feast, Salda Lake is a natural beauty of blue and green.
Photography, swimming and diving are also possible in the lake for visitors. After a lovely swim time at Salda
we are driving
direction our last destination the cable car.
Denizli Cable Car The 1,396-meter-long cable car system will make the connection
between Bağbaşı City Forest and Zeytin Plateau and will have the capacity of caring around 2,000 people per hour. The cable
car will reach the ZeyƟn Plateau in at least 6 minutes. By the cable car people will spend their free time in a natural
environment and they will enjoy the view of nature and the view of Denizli city.
Tour ends, we are driving you back to your
Total tour duration: 8 H


  • Transfers
  • Lunch
  • All entrance fees
  • English speaking tour guide
  • Drinks


Full day (7+ hours)

Tour's Location

Pamukkale, Denizli


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