Excursions to Pamukkale from Fethiye are among the most popular, informative, and fascinating ones. Here, you can experience a combination of various types of activities, including exploring historical landmarks, enjoying thermal springs, and admiring natural beauty.
The uniqueness of Pamukkale lies in the power of nature and the elements. This place has been formed over many centuries and is deceptive, alluring, and truly unique. At first glance, Pamukkale appears as enchanting snowy mountain slopes with pools filled with blue water. However, there is an explanation behind this beauty. These are thermal springs with healing hot water, and the snowy appearance is the result of calcium deposits that have accumulated over many years due to the cooling and evaporation of water.
Excursions to Pamukkale from Fethiye will provide incredible emotions, vivid impressions, and the opportunity to witness a natural wonder. In addition to the mesmerizing travertines, you can bathe in one of the thermal pools, where people from all over the world come for therapeutic procedures. You can also explore the ancient city of Hierapolis, delving into the culture and customs of past civilizations. An added bonus will be the original and colorful photographs taken in Pamukkale, where it’s impossible to distinguish reality from magic.
Group tours to Pamukkale from Fethiye begin with the collection of tourists from their respective hotels. Each hotel has a specific departure time, which our operator will inform you about. After a 2-hour journey, you will make a stop for breakfast at one of the roadside cafes and then continue on your way.
Upon arrival in Pamukkale, our guides will provide a short tour of the ancient city of Hierapolis, show you the entire infrastructure of the national park, and guide you on how to reach the well-preserved theater, the white terraces, and the Cleopatra Pool. You will then have 3 hours of free time. Typically, tourists allocate this time according to their preferences, but we recommend spending 1.5 hours exploring Pamukkale, 30 minutes for the theater visit, and the remaining time for relaxation in the ancient thermal pool.
At the end of the free time, the group gathers on the bus and, after lunch at a local restaurant (beverages not included), returns to Fethiye. On the way, there will be a stop at the Varol textile center, where those interested can purchase affordable textile products.
Tours to Pamukkale from Fethiye include entrance tickets to the national park, breakfast and lunch (excluding drinks), and the services of a Russian-speaking guide. You will need additional funds for the Cleopatra Pool entrance ticket and payment for drinks during lunch.