Experience an unforgettable day trip from Manavgat to Pamukkale to see its outstanding natural beauty, which encompasses all you could possibly want to see. Prepare to have a wonderful adventure experiencing thermal springs, natural beauty, and much more. It will allow you to escape the city’s hustle and bustle and take in the stunning vistas that make Turkey what it is. You will leave this tour with lifelong memories that you will treasure for a long time.
Pamukkale translates to Cotton Castle, and it is perhaps the most magical place you will see. It dates back to the 2nd century BC during the founding of Hierapolis. Since then, it has been home to different civilizations that have inhabited this cotton castle.
The best-preserved structure in Pamukkale is Hierapolis, which you will also experience on this tour. There are remnants of temples, baths, and much more for you to explore. Hierapolis is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Pamukkale.
The shimmering limestone pools are a dazzling beauty that will take your breath away. The water rises up throughout the limestone cliffs and then cascades downhill.
What you will notice is a natural wonder as the calcium in the water has created the most beautiful white travertine rocks you will witness. There are also small villages around Pamukkale where you can enjoy the local cuisine.
Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat cost (price) 32 € for adults, 18 € for children 4 between 11 years old and children under 4 years old are free.
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There are two tour options available: Basic and All-Inclusive.
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What do you need to bring with you?
Towel, Swimsuits, Hat, Sun Cream, Sunglasses, Camera.
The Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat welcomes you to experience a memorable day filled with sightseeing, fun, and good sentiments. Travel from Manavgat to Pamukkale and enjoy an outstanding guided tour of picture-perfect, historic places. This day will take you to ancient cities, natural wonders, and real, local sites, among other things. Do you want to learn more?
By now, you might be wondering why you should select this tour for your trip. Here are the top reasons:
You are invited to experience a fantastic day filled with sightseeing, amusement, and positive energy on our Manavgat Pamukkale Day Tour. Travel from Manavgat to Pamukkale and take part in a fantastic guided tour of famous, picture-perfect locations. You may anticipate visiting ancient cities, natural marvels, and genuine local locations on this day. Wish to learn more?
First, an air-conditioned vehicle will pick you up from the hotel in Manavgat. Keep in mind that we will schedule the time early morning for the pickup.
Next, you will make a stop at Korkuteli so you can enjoy a delicious breakfast. Remember to fuel up here, as you will require energy for the entire day. We recommend trying exceptional Turkish coffee or tea.
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 There will be an open buffet so that you have a lot of options. Be sure to relax and enjoy lunch before we move on to exploring the sights.
The ancient city of Hierapolis is an unforgettable sight, so after lunch you will go there. 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.
Your tour guide will also provide important information to understand this place better. So, take in the views and learn about the history.
Your 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.
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.
You will return to Denizli, where you will learn more about textiles and its production. You will then enjoy dinner at a local restaurant before returning to Manavgat.
Finally, you will make your way back to Manavgat, 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.
Children under seven 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.
If you book the basic from Manavgat to Pamukkale Trip, lunch and admission to the historical sites are extra fees that must be paid locally. They are included in the all-inclusive trip package. You will be obliged to pay for drinks taken during the day.
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.
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!
The Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat 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.
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.