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Are you looking for an exciting and unique travel destination? Look no further than Pamukkale, the stunning natural wonder located in western Turkey. With its brilliant white travertine deposits and rich history, Pamukkale is sure to be a highlight of your trip. Join us on a tour from Kusadasi to experience the beauty of the “cotton castle” and learn more about the ancient city of Hierapolis. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see one of the most breathtaking sights in Turkey. So, pack your sunscreen and swimsuit, and get ready to explore the magic of Pamukkale.
Located in the Denizli Province of western Turkey, Pamukkale is a natural wonder that draws thousands of tourists every year. The name “Pamukkale” literally means “cotton castle” in Turkish, and it’s easy to see why. The stunning white travertine deposits that make up the area resemble a snowy hill from a distance, but upon closer inspection, they are actually a series of thermal waterfalls.
The travertines at Pamukkale were created by the depositing of calcium carbonate by thermal water, and they stretch for an impressive 160 meters in height and 2,700 meters in length. Visitors can walk along the travertines and experience the unique sensation of walking on water. However, it’s important to note that guests must be able to walk approximately half a mile over the travertines without shoes. A hat and plenty of sunscreens are also recommended, as shade is limited in the area.
In addition to the natural beauty of Pamukkale, the area is also home to the ancient city of Hierapolis. Founded in the 2nd century BC by Eumenes II, King of Pergamum, Hierapolis was later attached to the Asia province of the Roman Empire and became an important religious center in the 4th century AD. It was also the place where Philip, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ, is believed to have died.
A tour of Pamukkale from Kusadasi is the perfect way to experience this incredible natural wonder and learn more about its rich history. Keep in mind that the itinerary for the tour may vary to avoid congestion, and it’s important to watch your step at all times to avoid injuries as the waterfalls can be slippery. It is also recommended for guests with walkers or wheelchairs to the waterfalls. Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit to walk in the water at Pamukkale, also known as the “petrified waterfalls.”
The price listed is based on a per-person rate for a minimum of four adults participating in the tour. This indicates that if there are fewer or higher than four adults, the cost may be different. You can fill out the inquiry form to get your customized itinerary and rates.
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Pamukkale, which means “cotton castle” in Turkish, is a natural site in Denizli in southwestern Turkey. The area is famous for a carbonate mineral left by the flowing water. Over the course of thousands of years, this mineral has formed white water pools famous around the whole world for their healing properties.
The extensive ruins of the Roman mineral water spa city of Hierapolis include a grand theater, a vast North Necropolis(cemetery), colonnaded street, baths, and numerous other ruined structures.
Open buffed lunch in a local Turkish restaurant. In the afternoon will visit the carpet cooperative to see how the Turkish carpets are made by hand.
After the tour, transfer back to your hotel. The tour ends with good memories.
Private tours only include your group (up to 13 people), your guide, and driver. We offer the most personalized and intimate experience for you and your friends/family! Regular SIC tours stand for Seat-in-Coach Basis Tours, which means you will share an air-conditioned coach or van with other tourists and you will have an English-speaking tour guide to take you to all the scenic spots listed in the itinerary that day. While the prices of private tours may vary according to the number of people, the prices of regular tours are fixed.
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