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Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat

    Relax your senses and take in the natural beauty around you. Explore and sightsee in an incomparably relaxed manner. This Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat takes you to two of Turkey’s numerous natural wonders. Visit the so-called ‘Turkish Maldives,’ where you may bathe in warm waters and gaze at Cotton Castle. Experience Manavgat Salda and Pamukkale like never before. Make memories to last a lifetime.

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    Turkey is a country known for its many spots that are considered natural wonders, attracting locals and foreigners from all over the world. Joining this full Manavgat Salda and Pamukkale Tour will take you towards Salda Lake and Pamukkale. Situated high up in the mountains, Salda Lake is still completely untouched. It is protected as there is a ban to prevent any kind of construction around the lake. You can only stay anywhere close to the lake at a designated campsite just back from the beach.

    The only construction anywhere near this natural wonder is a small hotel that offers refreshments and access to toilet facilities. The other part of this fantastic tour provides the opportunity to discover and explore the town of Pamukkale. It is situated right at the base of the white rock formations that are known as travertines. These rocks’ formation is due to the waters being calcified over millennia.

    As a result, the rocks have formed natural pools with waters that are said to have healing properties. You might think these rocks look like ice, but you can easily climb to the top and discover the ancient city of Hierapolis with its amazing history. This tour is the perfect culmination of your holidays in Manavgat.

How much does Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat cost?

Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat costs (price) 50 € for adults, 30 € for children 5 between 9 years old and children under 5 years old are free.

Manavgat Hotels – 04:00


  • Hotel Transfer (Both Ways)
  • Entrance Fee To Salda Lake
  • Entrance Fee To Pamukkale
  • Comfortable Bus (Full A/C)
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch & Dinner
  • Insurance


  • Cleopatra's Pool Entrance Fee
  • Personal Expenses
  • Drinks

“Please note that we have no hidden costs”

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.

Description of Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat

    The Manavgat to Salda & Pamukkale Tour is accessible everyday and typically begins in the morning. You will be picked up at your Manavgat hotel and transferred in a comfy bus. You will be greeted by a professional tour guide whose job it is to provide interesting information about the places you are about to see.

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The travel from Manavgat to Pamukkale is to take approximately four hours; however, that includes a short breakfast break. Additionally, there will be a stop at Salda Lake first before reaching Pamukkale. Your time spent at the lake will be filled with amazing feelings due to the magnificent scenery you will experience. The lake is also known as the ‘Turkish Maldives’ due to its fantastic landscape filled with turquoise waters and white beaches

Pick up: 

The adventure begins early in the morning. A comfortable bus will pick you up from your Manavgat hotel. A local tour guide will greet you on the bus and go through the final details of the itinerary. Before you arrive at the first destination on your trip, you will get a brief breakfast break to refresh yourself.

The Turkish Maldives: 

Salda Lake is known as the Turkish Maldives. This is due to the turquoise seas, which are flanked by white beaches and white rock formations. An intriguing feature is that the lake is the cleanest in the country. You will have one hour of free time there to do whatever you like. During this time, you may swim in the lake or go about to experience the magnificent and diverse surroundings. Don’t forget to bring your camera since Salda Lake is very breathtaking.


After an hour at the lake, the bus will take you to Pamukkale for lunch. Before arriving in Pamukkale, a lunch break will be taken at a local restaurant.

Ancient city of Hierapolis: 

When you arrive in Pamukkale, your tour guide will take you to the ancient city of Hierapolis to explore. During antiquity, this city was a spiritual and therapeutic centre. Houses, a necropolis, a theatre, and Roman baths are among the sights to behold. The tour guide will tell you fascinating details about the history and significance of the ruins.

Cotton Castle: 

Pamukkale also features a stunning limestone mountain with naturally formed terraces filled with hot water. The Cotton Castle is undoubtedly a must-see attraction. Take your time walking around and photographing the place. If you are interested in thermal pools, you may also visit and swim in a historic thermal pool, Cleopatra’s Pool, at Pamukkale. Please keep in mind that accessing the pool is not free.


After your tour to Pamukkale, you will return to the bus. The return trip will be ideal for relaxation and last sights of the region.

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Questions & Answers

Is there anything else extra I should know about the Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat?

Drinks and access to the Cleopatra pool are not included in the purchase of your ticket.

Do I need to bring my swimming suit for the Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat?

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!

Why is the bus ride from Manavgat to Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour so long?

While you will be travelling a few hundred kilometres, you can be confident that you will make any required convenience breaks along the route and that the bus is completely air conditioned with roomy seating. You may discover that you use your travel time to relax and enjoy the scenery.

Can anyone take the Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour from Manavgat?

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.

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Myla R.
Myla R.

Great tour with the amazing guide Mr Mehmet, lots of free time to swim in the Cleopatra pool and take photos of Pamukkale, lots of interesting information about the region and Turkey itself, I definitely recommend!

Freddy Mullen
Freddy Mullen

It is the wonder of nature. It was great to swim in the Cleopatra pool. The trip was fun and the guides were very caring about us and giving many interesting stories and facts. Thank you!