The Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Antalya is the ideal choice if you’re looking for a full-day trip that involves both sightseeing and stunning scenery. Nature and cultural journey to the gorgeous Salda lake, known as Turkey’s Maldives, and Pamukkale, which is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Salda Lake’s nature park can find a beautiful combination of a white-sand beach, juniper and pine-covered woodlands, and a pure blue sky. The iconic Cotton Castle and the historical city of Hierapolis are the destinations of this specific journey. Additionally, the trip will allow you to take in the majestic vistas and Salda Lake’s tranquility.
A comfortable car will pick up the participants early in the morning from their lodging. Throughout your trip, a knowledgeable tour guide will be with you to provide you with an educational guided tour. The journey to Pamukkale involves several brief stops. The first one will occur in the city of Korkuteli. You may pay extra to eat breakfast or a cup of coffee or tea (Please remember to take a lunch box from your hotel before the departure).
The city of Denizli will also be visited by bus. The Cotton Castle may be seen in all its glory from this city, which is the one closest to Pamukkale. A lunch break will be provided in a neighborhood eatery in Denizli. You will go to the historical city of Hierapolis following lunch. This magnificent location is one of the UNESCO cultural heritage sites. This is because the city was a spiritual and therapeutic center in antiquity due to the adjacent hot springs. You may see the necropolis, Roman baths, and historic theater while you’re there.
The tour guide will lead you to the notorious Cotton Castle. This magnificent natural wonder’s unmatched natural splendor will take your breath away. The mountain is white and has natural pools filled with hot springs water. While there, you may stroll around and take in the natural splendor or swim in the warm water on the terraces. The fabled Cleopatra’s Pool is nearby for anyone looking to make use of the hot springs’ medicinal properties even more. There is a fee for entry there.
After your tour and attractions, you’ll board the bus to continue your excursion with a stop at Salda Lake. Salda is one of Turkey’s cleanest lakes and has a structure resembling limestone. You will get one hour of free time to spend there. You may take incredible pictures while you’re there, admire the scenery, or go on a romantic stroll. After that, a meal is served in Denizli city to provide everyone the energy they need for the drive back. The bus will begin transporting you back to Antalya after supper. The afternoon is when we should return to the hotel.
Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Antalya costs (price) 59 € for adults, 35 € for children 4 between 8 years old and children under 4 years old are free.
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What do you need to bring with you?
Towels, swimming costumes, sun cream, sunglasses, camera, comfortable clothing, comfortable shoes, and a hat are all recommended.
Turkish for “cotton castle,” Pamukkale is known for its terraces created by limestone hot springs. The UNESCO Cultural and Natural Heritage List recognizes these phenomena as being unique around the whole globe. Limestone water benefits health and relieves rheumatism, asthma, and skin conditions since it contains vital minerals. 36 C is a warm temperature. During your vacation to Pamukkale, you will get the opportunity to explore Hierapolis remains, including the Roman Theater, Cemeteries, Fountains, Temples, and Spa structures.
The first tourist destination on the itinerary is the historic settlement of Hierapolis. This city was a well-known medicinal and spiritual hub in antiquity. This is due to the city’s thermal springs, which are renowned for their medicinal properties. Your tour guide will lead you to the necropolis, the Roman baths, the historic theater, and the ancient fortifications.
There is another well-known location nearby for those interested in using hot springs. There is a fee to enter Cleopatra’s Pool.
Salda Lake, one of the region’s natural wonders. Due to its outstanding natural beauty and perfect quiet environment, Salda Lake is simply beautiful. The Lake’s ranking as one of Turkey’s cleanest lakes is an intriguing feature. You’ll have an hour to yourself there.
The fifth-cleanest Lake in the world is Salda. Turkish Maldives is the name people give to Lake because of its stunning blue seas and white sand beaches. The Lake is tectonic, and the water is teeming with hydromagnesite and soda. Hydromagnesite is thought to be beneficial for a variety of dermatological conditions. Research on the NASA-made shoreline of Lake Salda is another fascinating aspect of the Lake. The study compares Lake Salda to Jezero Crater on Mars, where the Perseverance rover touched down in March 2021.
A late-evening arrival in Antalya is planned. When you return to your hotel, you will be bursting with beautiful memories from your magnificent vacation.
Drinks and access to the Cleopatra pool are not included in the purchase of your ticket. Thoose fees must be paid locally.
You should absolutely put your bathing suit underneath your clothing so that you may effortlessly take a brief swim. Don’t forget to bring a towel and sunscreen too!
Anyone who has mobility issues should avoid it. Pamukkale offers many of opportunities for walking. Otherwise, this is a family-friendly trip (children like splashing around in the rock pools), and the beaches and waters of Lake Salda are a dream come true for people of all ages. This journey is a treat from beginning to end, with its feeling of history and natural beauty.
It’s 59 € for adults, 35 € for children 4 between 8 years old and children under 4 years old are free.