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Pamukkale and Lake Salda from Side

Excursion price

Adult

45

Children (7 - 12 )

30

Infants (0 - 6)

Free


Salda Lake,Side Salda Lake,Turkish Maldives,Cotton Castle in Turkey

What you have to know

Tour days

Tuesday, Saturday

Tour hours

06:00 - 21:00

Includes

hotel transfers, insurance, guide services, breakfast, lunch, tickets to Pamukkale, tickets to the ancient Hierapolis, tickets to Salda Lake and dinner

Excludes

All kinds of drinks, tickets to Cleopatra Pool

Recommended

Drinking water, bathing gear, sun cream

Program

Transfer by comfortable transport from the hotel
Departure of bus to Pamukkala and Salda from Sid
Breakfast time, stop at the restaurant (lunch package from your hotel)
Arriving at Lake Salda and free time by the lake 1 hour
Next stop in the ancient cities of Hieropolis and necropolis, full information from the guide on the Russian
Visiting mineral waters and cotton travertine Pamukkale
Lunch break at a local restaurant
Free time for swimming in cleopatra pool
Visit to the red sources of Karhait
Return journey and delivery to everyone to their hotel in Kemer
WARNING: A tour without any shopping

Pamukkale and Lake Salda from Side - Turkish Maldives. Have you ever been to the Turkish Maldives? Then we offer to buy this tour immediately. In one day you will have time to visit the famous cotton terraces of Pamukkale and Lake Salda. It is impossible to forget such a tour!

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Content of the trip

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Pamukkale Tour and Lake Salda from Side -- The Turkish Maldives includes two attractions. The first is Pamukkale. Many people say if you weren't there, you don't know Turkey. You have to enjoy the wonderful natural beauty, which is nowhere to be found later, swim in the pool, and wander through the ancient city. All of this is part of the Pamukkale tour and Lake Salda from Side. During the day you will get an unforgettable feeling from the local beauties and a lot of grandiose impressions for the whole year.

Pamukkale from the Turkish language means cotton castle. Four hundred years ago, after a strong earthquake in the earth's crust formed a fault and from it poured hot water, which was enriched with various substances and minerals. In mineral water, calcium settled and lay on the mountain surface during evaporation, creating images of snow drifts. So snow drifts are located in the form of steps - terraces, which were called travertines. If you prefer only Pamukkale from Side, you can read the program here on our website

  • The tour includes a visit to the Cleopatra Basin. Nicknamed so pool for the unique medicinal properties of water. It is believed that this water heals and rejuvenates the skin and beyond. Water is rich in minerals, so it is used for drinking to cleanse the intestines. You can enjoy a whirlpool from small mineral bubbles, getting up under the jet of waterfall. For lovers of healing muds offer to visit the Red Pool - Travertine Karahait.
  • The second attraction of the tour is a visit to Lake Salda. It amazes with its radiant waters, whitest shore and magnificent virgin beauty. No wonder this lake was nicknamed "Turkish Maldives." It is considered the deepest and freshest lake in Turkey. Swimming in such a lake is a pleasure. On the shore of the lake is therapeutic clay, which is equipped with hydromagnetite and other minerals, for the treatment of joints and skin. The lake is surrounded by an extraordinary nature that delights with its diversity and beauty. There are more than 100 species of birds, and the flora is rich in 300 species of plants.

The Pamukkale and Lake Salda tour from Side will also pass through the holy city of Hierapolis. It has many antiquities. In ancient Rome, the city thundered like a balneological resort. However, it was destroyed several times in a natural disaster - earthquake, but still continued to recover. The city was conquered by the Seljuk Turks, then the Ottomans, thus appearing in the city various historical cultural changes.