What To Expect
Pamukkale means "cotton castle" in Turkish, and as soon as you clap eyes on this place you'll see why. It's a series of mountainside terraces where natural springs have solidified into snowy-white stalactites and cliffs. The effect is strangely beautiful, a winter-like wonderland of petrified tiers and pools. The Romans first realized its potential, establishing a health spa here. And nowadays, people still flock here to admire the scenery and bathe in the main, thermal pool. You'll start at the ice-white terraces, snapping photos of the surreal landscape. Then it's on to Hierapolis, the town the Romans built.
06:30 Depart from Marmaris. Half-way stop for refreshments and short break
11:00 Arrive at Pamukkale. Before lunch, we will visit an Onyx factory
12:00 Lunch break
13:00 Visit Pamukkale, one of the most unique and spectacular sites of Turkey. A great combination of nature and history, Pamukkale boasts the largest Necropolis, an ancient cemetery in Anatolia, and considered as the 8th wonder of the world. Pamukkale (Ancient Hierapolis) is a fairyland of dazzling white calcified castles.
Visit the Amphitheater and have free time for swimming in the hot spring pool and pedaling on the cotton Castle (all takes approx. 3 hrs or 3.5 hrs).
16:00 - 16:30 Depart from Pamukkale through Marmaris. Half-way stops twice.
20:00 - 20:30 Arrive at Marmaris
Breakfast and drinks
Thermal pool entrance
Tips and gratuities
Please wear comfortable shoes, and bring extra money, cap, and swimwear.
Tour involves a lot of walking, so it may not be suitable for the less mobile.
From main entrance to Pamukkale ancient city center, it takes about 15 minutes to walk.
Tour is not suitable for families with infants because of the long trip by bus.
Excursions are not operated from Kayseri Area.
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