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Pamukkale Tour from Belek

Embarking on a Pamukkale Tour from Belek will take you to one of the most stunning and unique places in the world. It’s almost a given that one should visit this site at least once. There’s no need for regret when deciding to explore it. It’s sure to be a highlight of your holiday. 

This one-day excursion offers a chance to immerse yourself in the unmatched beauty of Pamukkale. Discover the diverse landscapes and remarkable natural wonders. Gain insights into the history of Pamukkale and understand why it stands as one of the top destinations in Turkey. The day-long journey to Pamukkale is filled with captivating scenery and entertainment.

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The second option distinguishes itself by including both a meal and an entrance pass to Pamukkale National Park. Make your selection and secure your spot. We look forward to welcoming you to the magical Pamukkale soon.

Pamukkale, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site, is famous for its stunning white terraces and ancient urban remains. This natural wonder, situated in Turkey’s Denizli Province approximately 310 kilometers from Belek, is often compared to the United States’ Yellowstone National Park. However, Pamukkale’s terraces, known as the “Cotton Castles,” feature white rock formations as opposed to Yellowstone’s yellow ones. These formations are continuously shaped by mineral-rich waters originating from the historical sites of Hierapolis and Necropolis.

From afar, the terraces appear to shimmer with a blue hue. The name Pamukkale itself translates to “cotton castles” in Turkish, which becomes evident as one draws nearer. Although they may seem like snow-covered hills from a distance, upon closer inspection, you’ll find that the terraces are composed of solid, non-slip rock. They only become slippery in places where green algae is present.

For centuries, Pamukkale has been a destination for visitors seeking the curative properties of its waters. Beyond the healing waters, the ancient cities of Hierapolis and Necropolis await exploration at the summit, serving as a gateway to these remarkable geological formations.

How much does Pamukkale Tour from Belek cost?

For the daily trip from Belek to Pamukkale, you have two options to choose from: the Classic and the All-Inclusive package.

For the Classic package, the price is 34 euros for adults and 19 euros for children aged 4 to 11. Children up to and including 4 years travel free of charge. The all-inclusive package costs 64 euros for adults and 39 euros for children between 4 and 11 years old. Here too, children up to 4 years travel free. You can easily select your desired package using our booking form.

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There are two tour options available: Classic and All-Inclusive. 

The Classic option includes:

  • Hotel Transfer (Both Ways)
  • Bus with Full A/C
  • Guiding Service
  • Breakfast & Lunch
  • Insurance

The All-Inclusive option includes:

  • Hotel Transfer (Both Ways)
  • Entrance Fee To Pamukkale
  • Entrance Fee To Hierapolis
  • Entrance Fee To Necropolis
  • Bus with Full A/C
  • Guiding Service
  • Breakfast & Lunch
  • Full Insurance


  • Cleopatra's Pool Entrance Fee
  • Personal Expenses

“Please note that we have no hidden costs”

What do you need to bring with you?

Towel, Swimsuits, Hat, Sun Cream, Sunglasses, Camera.

Description of Pamukkale Tour from Belek

Your transportation from your Belek accommodation will commence early in the morning. You will travel 250 kilometers to Denizli province in a cozy, air-conditioned bus to see the Pamukkale terraces. Along the journey, there will be a pause for breakfast, followed by a lunch break at a different eatery, offering an opportunity to enjoy the stunning views of Turkey’s landscape.

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Upon your arrival at Pamukkale, an English-speaking guide will welcome you for a day-long tour, starting with an enlightening overview of the travertines. You’ll then have the opportunity to wander through this breathtaking landscape and enjoy panoramic views of the distant countryside.

Ascending to the crest that conceals the ancient city of Hierapolis, you’re invited to bathe in natural rock pools, which offer a delightful experience especially for children who can safely splash in these warm, shallow waters. The ascent is manageable at any pace, suitable for those in good physical condition.

Hierapolis Ancient City

Once you’ve traversed the travertines and reached Hierapolis, you’re free to meander through the old city, famous for its Roman baths and museums. A highlight is the chance to bathe in Cleopatra’s Pool.

Indulge in the 30-degree Celsius thermal waters that were once enjoyed by Queen Cleopatra herself. The spa’s water, bubbling from its subterranean source and protected by enclosures, along with the allure of swimming amongst ancient ruins, offers a unique experience believed to have healing properties.

At the entrance to Hierapolis and Necropolis, the modern Reception Center provides a place to relax or hydrate amidst beautiful gardens. This area is also home to bathrooms, washrooms, and a variety of shops for souvenirs and gifts, set against the backdrop of the area’s remarkable flora and fauna.

After fulfilling your exploratory and historical curiosities, you will reconvene with your guide at the designated spot to begin your return trip to Belek. The day may be long, but the memories of exploring such an extraordinary location and its ancient wonders will be lasting.


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Questions & Answers

Is it necessary for children to pay to attend the historical places on the day of the Pamukkale Tour from Belek?

Children from 0 to 7 years old will be admitted free of charge to Hierapolis and Pamukkale if evidence of age is shown. The entrance price to Cleopatra’s pool is decreased. 

Is there anything additional I have to pay for on the Pamukkale Tour from Belek?

If you book the basic from Belek to Pamukkale Trip, admission to the historical sites are extra fees that must be paid locally. They are included in the all-inclusive trip fee. You will be obliged to pay for drinks taken during the day.

What should I bring with me on the Pamukkale Tour from Belek?

Bring decent walking shoes, a swimsuit, sunglasses, and towels. A decent sun hat is also recommended because there is no shade when ascending the travertines. Please keep in mind that you are not permitted to wear shoes when walking through the travertines. This isn’t an issue because they’re simple to scale, but someone will be on hand to double-check. This regulation is in place to protect the whiteness and purity of the rocks themselves, and no, flipflops are not permitted.

Carry your camera for those great moments along the route, and don’t forget to bring some money. Not only for beverages or snacks to accompany your meals, but also for those presents or mementos that will definitely attract your attention.

Will I like this Pamukkale Tour from Belek if I dislike climbing?

At first appearance, the travertines appear to be a challenging ascent. If you take things carefully, you’ll be astonished at how simple it is. Of course, the kids can nearly sprint to the summit!

Who is this Pamukkale Tour from Belek suitable for?

The Pamukkale Tour from Belek is for everyone who wants to experience something different and enjoy Turkey’s antique side. It is feasible for those who are less physically capable to take the bus to the top of the Travertines and yet enjoy the vistas and the historic city itself. The carriages are air conditioned and spacious. Smaller children may find the day exhausting, however breaks are scheduled throughout the day.

What is the price of Pamukkale Tour from Belek?

It’s 34 € for adults, 19 € for children 4 between 9 years old and children under 4 years old are free.

Can I swim in the Pamukkale pools?

The travertine pools themselves are shallow and unsuitable for swimming, however you are encouraged to paddle. Cleopatra’s pool is better suitable for a leisurely swim and requires an admission charge that is payable locally.

Reviews of Pamukkale Tour from Belek

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Mike Nutty
Mike Nutty

We were hesitant to travel so far on a day trip from Belek, but Ali, our incredibly amiable and informed guide, made it an excellent day out. The scorching swim at the Cleopatra pool was fantastic. The tour of the ancient city was intriguing, and Bekir was excellent at pointing out the sights. Pamukkale is a sight to behold.

Agnieszka Jędrzejczyk
Agnieszka Jędrzejczyk

When I saw these white rocks, I thought I was in a fairy tale; they’re breathtaking.