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Pamukkale Tour from Kemer

    With a Pamukkale Tour from Kemer, you will see one of the most unique and stunning sights on the planet. Otherwise, it would be difficult to resist coming there at least once. You will not be sorry that you went. The highlights of your vacation are guaranteed. Pamukkale in a single day.

    Come and explore the unmatched beauty of Pamukkale with this fantastic one-day excursion. Discover magnificent natural wonders as well as a unique atmosphere. Learn the history of Pamukkale and why it is one of the most photographed locations in the country. This Pamukkale Tour from Kemer offers a day full of fun and lots of sightseeing.

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    The Kemer Pamukkale Day Trip starts when your local driver picks you up from your hotel. You won’t want to pass up the chance to soak in the waters of one of the world’s oldest thermal spring settlements. The waters offer incredible therapeutic capabilities, and many people comment on how their skin glows after a soothing plunge. For decades, both tourists and locals have gone to these waters to benefit from this natural healing treatment.

    Nearly 20 kilometres away in Denizli town, the travertine (traces of carbon minerals left by flowing water) in Pamukkale creates an almost lunar scene. Since the famed limestone terraces are so distinctive, you’ll remember them for a while. For this reason, UNESCO has designated them as a world heritage site.

    You’ll proceed up to the village of Hierapolis and the necropolis after your restorative dip. For those who are passionate in Turkish history, this town, which was built over the well-known thermal baths, is a must-visit. You’ll get the opportunity to visit the renowned historical museum, which was formerly a Turkish bathhouse. You’ll also stop by the historic Cleopatra bathing pool, the imposing St. Phillipe tomb, and the breathtaking Anatolian Necropolis.

    After a well-deserved meal of grilled chicken and our favorite local salads, you will begin your journey home. You will travel through the magnificent Taurus Mountains, where you will see breathtaking vistas at every turn. After a full day of touring and exposure to Turkish culture, you will be taken back to your own hotel by the courteous drivers when you arrive in Kemer.

How much does Pamukkale Tour from Kemer cost?

For the daily trip from Kemer 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
  • 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
  • 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 Kemer

    A Pamukkale Tour from Kemer is a unique and breathtaking experience. Located in western Turkey, Pamukkale is a natural wonder known for its thermal hot springs and the stunning travertine terraces they have created over the centuries. The terraces are made of calcium carbonate deposits, creating a white, shimmering landscape that is truly awe-inspiring.

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On the Kemer Pamukkale Day Tour, you’re welcome to enjoy a wonderful day packed with sightseeing, entertainment, and good energy. Take a terrific guided tour of well-known, picturesque sights as you travel from Kemer to Pamukkale. On this day, you could look forward to exploring historic cities, breathtaking natural sites, and real local spots. Want to know more?

Once you arrive at Pamukkale, you can explore the terraces and take a dip in the thermal pools. The water is warm and rich in minerals, and it is believed to have therapeutic properties. You can also visit the ancient city of Hierapolis, which was built above the hot springs and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city contains a well-preserved theater, Roman bathhouses, and a temple dedicated to the goddess of healing, Asclepius.

Hotel Pick Up:

First, an air-conditioned vehicle will pick you up from the hotel in Kemer. Keep in mind that we will schedule the time early morning for the pickup.After you book your trip, we will contact you through email, SMS, or WhatApp to confirm the precise pick-up time.

Breakfast At Korkuteli:

Afterwards, you will stop by Korkuteli so you can enjoy a delicious breakfast. Don’t forget to refuel here as you will need energy for the whole day. We suggest you try the outstanding Turkish coffee or tea.

Take In The Views At Denizli:

Denizli is the closest city to Pamukkale, and you will stop here for a break so that you can take in the views. The landscape is breathtaking, so don’t forget to take pictures here.


You will be taken to a local restaurant in the area so you can have a great lunch. There will be an open buffet so that you have a lot of options. Be sure to relax and enjoy lunch before you move on to exploring the sights.


The ancient city of Hierapolis is a sight to remember, which is why you will make your way there after lunch. During the Roman Period, this was a religious and spiritual centre. You will get to witness the necropolis, Roman baths, ancient walls, and much more.

The tour guide will also provide important information to understand this place better. So, take in the views and learn about the history.

Cotton Castle:

The next stop will be the Cotton Castle, which includes a white-washed mountain with natural thermal pools. You can swim in these travertines and benefit from the healing properties of the water. Your tour guide will also provide you with all the important information regarding the geography of this location.

Cleopatra’s Pool:

Next, you will visit Cleopatra’s Pool. The pool is naturally shaped with thermal water. Keep in mind you will have to pay an extra fee to swim here and take pictures.

Back To Denizli:

You will make your way back to Denizli, where you will learn more about textiles and their production. Then, you will enjoy dinner at a local restaurant before heading back to Kemer.

Back to Kemer:

Finally, you will make your way back to Kemer, where you can relax in your hotel and take in all the memories you made that day. You will remember this trip for a long time.

In addition to the terraces and ancient ruins, Pamukkale is surrounded by beautiful countryside and charming villages. You can take a walk through the surrounding hills, sample local cuisine, or simply relax and take in the breathtaking views.


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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 Kemer?

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 Kemer?

If you book the basic package from Kemer 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 Kemer?

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 Kemer 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 Kemer suitable for?

The Pamukkale Tour from Kemer 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 Kemer?

It’s 34 € for adults, 19 € for children 5 between 11 years old and children under 5 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 Kemer

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Paula Roberts
Paula Roberts

Our tour guide Mehmet provided us with a wealth of information about Pamukkale and the surrounding area throughout the trip. We also had a lot of free time to go exploring. Pamukkale is part of Hierapolis, and the itinerary includes stops at ancient sites and the museum. The Cleopatra pool, which is a hot spring pool with water kept at 35oC, is not included. So, if you’re visiting in the winter, don’t be afraid to get in the water! Lunch was delicious. We were taken to a nearby pide restaurant and served freshly made pide right out of the oven! In terms of pickup and drop-off locations, the trip was adaptable.

Eamonn Leonard
Eamonn Leonard

Pamukkale is breathtaking, and our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable about the city’s history and Heirapolis. Our tour guide and driver were punctual, courteous, and helpful, and they contributed to making our day memorable. They were fantastic, and I even used them to plan a Cappadocia tour. I will definitely recommend this tour. Thanks