Pamukkale Tour - one of the most visited tours in Turkey. Watch this natural masterpiece that attracts about two million people every year. Pamukkale's white terraces, or translation - "Cotton Castle" - are called a nature miracle by locals in Denizli state, northwestern Turkey.
In addition to its indescribable beauty, these hot springs have healing properties, and since ancient times people have used this place as a hospital. In the second century BC, the King of Pergamon, Eumenes II, founded the city of Herapoul (Herapolis) here, which later received the status of "Holy City" thanks to the thermal springs of Pamukkale. You will be able to experience the healing properties of the springs on your own.
Cleopatra Swimming Pool - Part of the Roman Baths and the place where thermal water exits the earth. The water temperature here, even during cold seasons, is at least 35 ° C. After diving into the Cleopatra Basin, many people forget their diseases and diseases forever! Every year, Pamukkale hot springs attract more and more tourists. Over the past ten years, this national park has been the most visited place in Turkey.
The Pamukkale tour is considered as a hot water therapy tour since ancient times and a destination for those wishing to medical tourism thanks to its calcium-rich waters and minerals that formed through the ages terraces of travertine deposits, a type of limestone.
The hot water basin in the ancient city of "Hierapolis" was formed by natural factors, from the accumulation of hot water, and the remains of the city's column debris due to an earthquake in the region in 692 AD.
The water temperature in the archaeological basin, which remains stable at 36 ° C despite the difference of seasons between summer and winter, allows visitors a unique experience among the monuments.
The history of the city of Hierapolis dates back to about 2800 years, when foreign tourists began to increase interest in the archaeological basin located behind the graduated springs, as the basin takes its visitors to a journey through time towards the past while they are sitting in the water amid the remains of ancient columns and marble pieces.
Every day, Pamukkale and the Old Town visit Herapole around 5,000 people with its numerous Pamukkale tour programs. Many tourists come to Pamukkale two-day tours to spend more time in the Cleopatra Swimming Pool, the ancient city of Herbol, seeing the sunset on the white terraces. Before 1996, a few hotels were located directly on the white terraces. This caused great damage as hotels in this area used thermal water in their swimming pools. The water that left all the calcium in the hotel pools after it fell on the white terraces in Pamukkale, but it did not bring them any benefit. White waterfalls began to lose color in proportion to the number of tourists in Pamukkale. Since 1996, hotels have been closed, and today Pamukkale is protected by UNESCO, which has developed a special program to whiten Pamukkale terraces.
On the way to the trip, you will have the opportunity to learn more about Turkey's history and its features. On a Pamukkale tour, you will visit the "Varol" textile factory, near Pamukkale.
Breakfast with hot drinks,
Transfer from a hotel in Marmaris and Icmeler,
English speaking guide.
Additional fees for Pamukkale tour:
Drinks at dinner,
A ticket to the Cleopatra pool (optional 32 pounds),
Pamukkale trip Itinerary:
06:00 - 6:30 A group of Marmaris and Icmeler hotels
07:30 - 08:00 breakfast
11:30 - 14:30 free time in Pamukkale
15:00 - 15:45 lunch at the restaurant
16:00 - 16:30 visit to the textile factory
16:30 - 20:00 return to Marmaris
01/Jan/2021 - 31/Dec/2021
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