Days
Mon, Sat, Wed
Food
Breakfast, Lunch
Guide
Yes
Hotel Transfer
Yes
Payment
On Arrival
Time
06:30 – 19:30

From Marmaris to Pamukkale

By signing up for Tour from Marmaris to Pamukkale, you can visit Pamukkale, which literally means Cotton Castle can truly be called the 8th wonder of the world.
Or you can also call the place as “Aegean’s White Dreamland”… If you go through the bucket list ideas such as “The top 30 places to see in your lifetime”, we bet you will see Pamukkale in them. That is exactly why you will definitely regret if you leave Turkey without visiting Pamukkale.
Now, let us introduce this exotic lands deeply.

What is included?

Hotel Transfer (From/to Icmeler, Armutalan, Siteler, Marmaris City Center)
Bus with Full A/C
Guiding Service (EN)
Breakfast and Lunch
Insurance

What is not included?

Personal Spendings
Entrance Fees (110 Turkish Lira), Seat not guaranteed for the infant

What to bring with you?

Swimsuits
Sun Glasses
Suncream
Towel and Hat
Comfortable Shoes
Camera

The Wealth of Pamukkale

Pamukkale is a small town in the western part of Turkey known for the mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down white travertine terraces on a hillside. It neighbors Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city founded in 190 B.C.
In the ruins, there are a well-preserved theater and a necropolis with sarcophagi that stretch for 2000 meters. The Antique Pool is famous for its submerged Roman columns, the result of an earthquake.
Thanks to the fine white travertine and the historical value of the ancient city of Pamukkale, it was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1988.

Things to See in Pamukkale

There are numerous places to see once you enter the borders of Pamukkale and you can visit all of them during Marmaris Pamukkale Tour:
-The ancient cities defying the centuries,
-Mysterious caves,
-Snow white travertines,
-Roman amphitheatre,
-The Historical Museum (the former Turkish baths),
-Antique pool of Cleopatra,
-A monumental tomb of St. Philip,
-The magnificent Necropolis of Anatolia, and even more.
We need to warn you that this small article won’t be enough to mention all of them but we will try our best just to give you an idea.

Enjoy Your Free Time During Marmaris Pamukkale Tour

You will not be able to silence your inner voice that tells you to buy everything from the local bazaar of Pamukkale. You can find unique hand-made souvenirs for your beloved ones or yourself.
After your exploring walk between the narrow streets with the smell of history in Pamukkale, you can pop at a local cafe just to have a Turkish coffee (we believe this coffee takes away all your tiredness by the way!) or some other hot/cold drink as you wish and you can get back to exploring the area after this short break.
If you hear that your stomach starts rumbling, there are plenty of cafes and restaurants that are sprinkled around the area and offer you different menus from the great variety of Aegean Cuisine.
(P.S: If you like mushrooms, here is an advice from us: Pamukkale is famous with the dish of mushrooms, don’t leave without trying at least one type of those dishes!)

Pamukkale Tour is Very Unique

After getting from Marmaris to Pamukkale by us, you won’t be able to believe your eyes when you see the immense travertines streaming in front of you just like icebergs.
After this one minute of shock, you can take off your shoes and socks and finally begin to experience the relaxing feeling of those wonder of natures while walking on them…
(PS: Please keep in mind that it is not allowed to walk on the travertines with your shoes on in order not to harm their untainted beauty.)
After leaving travertines behind, you will see a small lake that is called “Antique Pool of Cleopatra”. It is said that Cleopatra herself, who was the queen of Egypt loved swimming in this lake. Well, what if we tell you that you can also experience the cool water of this unique lake yourself?
Just contact us if you would like to join our team for this trip and let us take care of everything for you.

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Reviews About Tour from Marmaris To Pamukkale

5.00 based on 11 reviews
10 July 2018

Hello im coming to marmaris in the first of august from lebanon in a trip of 8 days.
Where can i find someone there to take me to this tour? Are the tickets available at marmaris shops or hotel?

12 July 2018

We provide this tour and many others. You can contact us via facebook messenger, whatsapp, viber, email, phone to book your tour without any payment. Hotels also sell some of those tours’ tickets however they are overpriced. When you make your reservation with us, a travel assistant will be assigned for you during your stay in Marmaris. Upon your arrival to your hotel in Marmaris, your travel assistant will visit you at your hotel and give you your tour tickets.

21 March 2019

How long it takes from mamaris to pamukkale??

16 June 2019

hi
For all your questions, please reach us at whatsapp +90 543 244 48 97 or [email protected] or live chat. Thank you.
MTA Team

21 March 2019

How long does it takes from mamaris to pamukkale??

31 March 2019

Hello. It take 3 hours more or less.

26 April 2019

May i know the kind of food for lunch? Could it be fish or something other than meat or chicken..

28 April 2019

Unfortunately fish is not avaliable 🙁

26 April 2019

Hello can i know the kind of food for the lunch??

28 April 2019

Hello. There is open buffet. You can find chicken, meat, salad, pasta etc.

14 May 2019

This is not the first time we have contacted with Excursion Market. I can say for sure that the company is proven. People love and know their job. They work quickly, clearly and smoothly. We try to choose different excursions from each trip. But favorites have already appeared. I cannot but mention the Damyan excursion from Marmaris (crab fishing) and the Pamukkale excursion from Marmaris.
The first is notable for the fact that crab fishing is a kind of exotic. And very exciting. The second excursion attracts us with its unique baths. Since Pamukkale is included in many treatment programs. And it turns out we combine business with pleasure, which, of course, cannot but rejoice.

30 August 2019

Hi, I go to marmaris next year for cruiser and I ask about excursion if you garante I don”t miss my cruiser because time lapse. Best regards.

12 June 2020

We went to Pamukkale from Marmaris with a friend, we were delighted. We recommend buying a tour here, it turns out cheaper. The guys immediately contacted us and answered all the questions. The price is also acceptable. Recommended.

28 June 2020

I visited Pamukkale with pleasure, I haven’t been there before. We left for Marmaris very early at 6 in the morning in order to have time to arrive at the opening of Pamukkale and have time to see everything. I liked the road very much, especially when you just leave Marmaris: you drive along a serpentine road, there are rocks on the right, and houses on the left, located right in the mountains and forests. An unforgettable sight. I don’t remember the rest of the road, because I was sleeping) Approaching Pamukkale, I woke up and saw how white travertines became visible from a far. Pamukkale liked it, of course, how such an unusual beauty cannot but please. During the day we saw all the sights located here. Liked it, I recommend it.

4 July 2020

Pamukkale is a very captivating place and it got much better with your perfect service, transportation and guidance! thanks for everything

14 August 2020

We’re glad that you enjoyed our tour! Thanks for the comment! 🙂

10 August 2020

I finally visited Pamukkale and it was a very fun time with you guys! Thanks for your help about everything, comfy vehicle and hilarious tour guide. You are a perfect crew… i will never forget this day

14 August 2020

We’re glad that you enjoyed our tour! Thanks for the comment! 🙂

12 September 2020

It is quite convenient to get from Marmaris to Pamukkale, we do not regret that we bought this tour. It takes about three hours to travel along a very scenic road in a comfortable bus. We were accompanied by an English guide who was telling something almost all the way)) On the way we stopped for breakfast. When we arrived in Pamukkale, it was already noon, it got hot, but walking barefoot along the travertines cheered us up. There was also the opportunity to visit the cleopatra pool, but we did not: we thought that in such heat it was unnecessary to sit in a thermal spring. Keep in mind that you pay for the entrance ticket to pamukkale separately. I liked the rest.

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