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Get ready to experience an unforgettable day of sightseeing and breathtaking natural landscapes with the Belek Salda Lake & Pamukkale Tour (No-Shopping) full day excursion. This tour takes you to two of Turkey's most popular destinations, where you'll be able to take in unique sights, snap stunning photos, and create lasting memories with your friends or family.
The tour starts early in the morning with a comfortable, fully air-conditioned bus picking you up from your Belek hotel. After a long road trip, you'll make a breakfast stop to refuel and relax before arriving at Salda Lake.
When you reach Salda Lake, you'll be blown away by the stunning scenery. Known as the "Turkish Maldives," this lake boasts turquoise waters surrounded by white sands and rocky terrain, creating a picturesque backdrop. The lake's 184-meter depth and mineral-rich waters make it one of the cleanest and most unique in the country. Take advantage of your one hour of free time to explore the lake, swim, or snap some photos.
Next, the bus will take you to Pamukkale, which takes about one and a half hours. You'll have a lunch break at a local restaurant where you can taste some delicious local cuisine and unwind.
Pamukkale is a popular tourist destination, and for good reason. The most notable site is the Cotton Castle, a limestone mountain with terraces full of thermal water. Additionally, you can visit the ancient city of Hierapolis and learn about its rich history and significance. The ruins include a necropolis, a theater, Roman baths, and many other fascinating sites. If you're interested, you can also visit an antique thermal pool and swim in its therapeutic waters. Please note that admission to Cleopatra's Pool comes at an additional cost.
After exploring Pamukkale, the bus will take you back to Belek, which takes approximately three hours. However, the schedule includes a dinner stop to break up the drive. The tour concludes in the evening, and you'll be dropped off back at your Belek hotel, filled with unforgettable memories from this amazing day.
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You will be picked up from your Belek hotel early in the morning by a comfortable, air-conditioned bus. An experienced tour guide will accompany you throughout the day, providing interesting information about the places you will visit.
The tour will first take you to Salda Lake, where you can experience the natural beauty of the “Turkish Maldives”. The pristine turquoise waters are surrounded by white sand and rocks, and the surrounding forest is full of lush greenery. You will have an hour of free time to swim, take photos, or simply relax and enjoy the tranquility of the area. Afterward, the bus will take you to Pamukkale, where you can explore the Cotton Castle, a magnificent white limestone mountain with naturally formed terraces filled with thermal water. In addition, you can also visit the ancient city of Hierapolis and explore the ruins of the necropolis, theater, Roman baths, and more. If you want to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of the hot springs, you can visit the antique thermal pool, which requires an additional fee.
Before exploring Pamukkale, you will stop at a local restaurant for a delicious lunch. The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere and serves traditional Turkish dishes that will delight your taste buds.
The tour ends in the evening when the bus takes you back to your Belek hotel. During the return trip, you can relax and reflect on the amazing experiences of the day.
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