Crazy Side Salda Lake and Pamukkale Tour Starts
Firstly, Side Salda Lake and Pamukkale Tour will begin in the early hours of the morning.
To do so, a comfortable bus will pick you up from your hotel in Side at a predetermined time, and a licensed tour guide will greet you in the bus.
During the ride and tour, he’ll provide you with interesting facts about the sights.
The journey from Side to Pamukkale takes about four hours. A short break for breakfast is, however, will be given during the ride
Then, we’ll visit Salda Lake.
Turkish Maldives – Salda Lake & Lunch
We’ll visit one of the best natural sights of Turkey known as Turkish Maldives because lake’s turquoise depths, white beaches, and the fact that it is surrounded by a breathtaking majestic woodland.
You’ll fall in love with it at the first sight.
In there, take some time to rest while visiting the lake, admiring the beautiful scenery and listening to the sounds of nature. You can even swim in the turquoise waters if you wish.
When free time is over, we’ll have a tasty lunch. You’ll try local foods and get energized!
When lunch is done, we’ll have a road trip to Pamukkale. Then, we’ll reach one of the most angelic places in Turkey.
Pamukkale Travertines & Hierapolis
In our visit to Pamukkale, we will begin hiking along the peak, which will take us through the popular Pamukkale travertines.
The mountain’s white, one-of-a-kind construction is the product of a mixture of natural thermal water flowing within it, destructive effects, and chemical reactions.
So, there is no other in the world like this sight. That’s why it is a UNESCO World Heritage.
We’ll also see Hierapolis.
The ancient city of Hierapolis, also known as “Holy City,” is located at the peak of Pamukkale.
The city is said to have stood since the 2nd century BCE, but the key characteristics come from the New Roman period.
We’ll take a walk in there and see columns, gates, streets, theatre and more.
Cleopatra’s Pool – Optional
Next, we’ll visit Cleopatra Pool.
You can swim in the ancient pool that formed naturally after an earthquake and a flood of thermal water by paying an additional charge.
The pool’s name, Cleopatra, derives from an ancient legend: it is said that Cleopatra came there to swim in order to become healthier and more attractive.
Dinner & The End
When tour ends, the bus will take you to Denizli.
A dinner will be served at a nearby restaurant in there, so that you can relax and taste those tasty flavors.
Then, we’ll take another road trip to Side.
The bus will drop you off at your hotel in Side after a pleasant journey and Side Salda Lake and Pamukkale Tour will end!