Would you like to visit the Maldives without leaving Turkey? And admire the magnificent Pamukkale Cotton Castle? Your Alanya Salda and Pamukkale Tour journey will be one of the most unforgettable moments of your vacation!
Would you like to visit the Maldives without leaving Turkey? And admire the magnificent Pamukkale Cotton Castle? Your journey from Alanya to Salda Lake and Pammukale will be one of the most unforgettable moments of your vacation!
|📅 Tour Days:||Every Day|
|⏱️ Tour Hours:||Between From 03:00 to 20:00|
|✔️ Tour Includes:||Alanya Hotels Transfer, Guiding Service, Comfortable Bus, Insurance|
|📌 Tour Highlights:||Visit a geological wonder of the world, A full day with something for everyone, Experience the Turkish Maldives, Budget friendly excursion|
Alanya Salda Lake and Pamukkale Tour price is 30 Euro. Children Price is 15 Euro ( 7 – 11 Ages ) Under 6 years old free.
Please note that we have ‘no hidden costs’
A fully air conditioned and spacious tour bus will collect you from your hotel early in the morning, this time will be pre-arranged with you upon your booking. From here it will take about 5 hours as you travel on the journey to the wonderful Denizli, which is where the trip is set. On the way you can relax and make yourself comfortable, perhaps bring a book or catch up on some sleep. There will be a few stops along the way so that you are able to stretch your legs and meet any personal needs.
The bus will arrive at your first destination, Pamukkale, at around 08.30 in the morning. From here you should be prepared to be bewitched by the amazing and magical landscape that now lays before you. You will get to spend 3 hours exploring and soaking up the history and beautiful views. The bright white rocks and naturally heated springs are perfect for taking some quite unique photos! On the way to springs as you walk you will come across some ancient ruins. These are the ruins of Hierapolis, way back in 2BC this area was used as a healing center by doctors, thanks to the springs natural healing properties. Unfortunately, in 17AD a big earthquake turned the Hierapolis into ruins, it was then rebuilt by the Romans adding an amphitheatre but again unfortunately further earthquakes brought the place down.
You can enjoy looking at these ruins and soaking up the history as you stroll down the long roads that are surrounded by towering columns. Whilst visiting Pamukkale you can also pay an extra fee and swim in the healing pool that Queen Cleopatra herself once swam in. The pool is now a part of the fallen rules but this just makes it even more interesting. Immerse yourself in the pure and warm water and paddle your way carefully around the fallen artefacts at the same time as soaking up and relishing in the health properties given by the water. A perfect photo opportunity would be sat in the pool rested against a fallen column! The lush garden that surrounds the magical pool just adds to its dreamy atmosphere.
After Pamukkale you will then get to spend 1.5 hours at the phenomenally gorgeous Salda Lake, popularly known locally as “The Turkish Maldives”. It has been given this name thanks to the amazing clean golden sand and the crystal clear turquoise water that has a stunning back drop of deep green lush forests. Admire the lakes astonishing unique atmosphere and magnificent nature.
You will feel truly relaxed and at one with nature, with a fantastic opportunity to get some once in a lifetime photographs to be able to look back on in years to come.
Early in the afternoon the bus will start the journey to take you back to your hotel in Alanya. Enjoy this time to reflect on your favourite parts of the day and perhaps compare photos and experiences with other passengers. Once you arrive back in your hotel you will be feeling relaxed and content.
Alanya Salda and Pamukkale Tour prices are:
Adult: 30 Euro
Child: 15 Euro
Included in the ticket price is the bus transfer along with a professional and experienced tour guide. Also included is insurance and the entrance fee to Selda Lake.
You should wear comfortable clothing and shoes. It is also a good idea to bring your sunglasses because the glare of the sun on the white rocks will be quite bright. You can also bring along a book to read when you are on the bus journey.
A large part of Pamukkale is wheel chair accessible. Although you won’t be able to enter the pools in a chair, you can certainly enjoy the views from the top of the hill. Young and old visitors will enjoy the trip to Pamukkale.
Most definitely not! It is an amazing natural wonder of the world that is 100% worth the visit.