Days
Tue
Food
Lunch
Guide
Yes
Hotel Transfer
Yes
Payment
On Arrival
Time
06:30 – 21:30

Thanks to Pamukkale and Lake Salda from Kemer , while resting in Kemer, you can go on an amazing excursion to Pamukkale and Lake Salda. This exciting tour “Pamukkale and Lake Salda from Kemer” combines historical locations, wellness treatments and, of course, will give you unforgettable emotions.

What is included?

Hotel Transfer (Both Ways)
Guiding Service (EN)
Bus with Full A/C
Full Insurance
Entrance Fees to Pamukkale
Lunch

What is not included?

Any personal expenses
Drinks
Photo and Video
  Seat Not Guaranteed For The Infant
  Cleopatra’s Pool Entrance Fee

What to bring with you?

Swimsuit, Towel
Waterproof (rubber) shoes
Sun cream
Sunglasses, Hat
Tank top (worn under the life jacket)
Dry clothes

Time Table of Pick up

  • Tekirova 05.00
  • Çamyuva 05.15
  • Kırış 05.30
  • Kemer 05.45
  • Göynük 06.00
  • Beldibi 06.30

Pamukkale and Lake Salda from Kemer Starts

For such an excursion, you will have to sacrifice your sound sleep and get up early. After all, early in the morning a comfortable bus with a Russian-speaking guide will be waiting for you at the hotel.
There are many locations in this tour of Turkey. But do not worry, at each stop you will have enough time to explore the area, take memorable pictures and even improve your health.

Turkish Maldives – Salda Lake

Lake Salda got its name for a reason. The snow-white bottom, turquoise waters – all this creates the impression that you are not in Turkey at all.
The lake itself was opened for excursions not so long ago. Therefore, many travelers have not yet had time to get acquainted with its unique beauty and history.
Lake Salda in Turkey is of volcanic origin. And its shores are covered with healing clay. Thus, this is the first location where you can improve your body and soul.

Ruins of Hierapolis

The ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis are included in the UNESCO. Therefore, every year thousands of tourists come to these places to see the unique heritage.
In addition, the ancient city is located very close to the famous Pamukkale. So, tourists vacationing in Turkey, going on an excursion, visit it too.
Hierapolis is translated from Greek as “Holy City”. The first buildings on this site appeared in the 2nd millennium BC.
Unfortunately, due to many earthquakes, the city has not been preserved in its original form. But this does not prevent him from arousing interest among travelers.

“Cotton Castle” Pamukkale

The word “Pamukkale” itself means “cotton castle”. But the place has another legend that confirms this name.
According to her, titans once lived there, who picked cotton. They dried it on the rocks in the sun. But one day, they completely forgot about him. The cotton hardened and turned into the beautiful snow-white rocks of Pamukkale, which are called travertines.
Approaching the place, this beautiful view of the snow-white hill will open for you from the windows of the bus. Water enriched with minerals flows down its slopes. It is thanks to the calcium contained in these waters that the slopes have acquired this appearance.
Pamukkale is the unofficial eighth wonder of the world. Therefore, every tourist arriving in Turkey tries to visit this unique place.

Cleopatra’s Pool

At the top of the slope there is a pool with mineral waters. According to legend, Cleopatra herself loved to take health baths there. Hence, the pool is still named after the famous beauty.
In addition to the pleasant temperature of the water and the healing effect, you can also enjoy the beautiful views around the pool. It is buried in greenery and pillars. The remains of which are even at the bottom of the pool, so sometimes you need to move with the utmost care.

Antique Amphitheater

The amphitheater, with a capacity of up to 25,000 people, has been perfectly preserved to this day. Previously, it was a place of fascinating spectacles, but now it is an equally beautiful monument of ancient architecture. You can see this place with us.

Conclusion

When we see the places above, Pamukkale and Lake Salda from Kemer will be over.  We’ll go back to Kemer and drop you off your hotels.
An excursion to Pamukkale and Lake Salda from Kemer is the guarantor of a day that you will remember for a long time. Because, having visited so many unique, historical places in Turkey in one day, having relaxed in the healing waters, having tried the healing clay, few will remain indifferent. So, contact us!

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