|Age Range||tour Price|
|1 Children (7-12)||4€|
|1 Infants (0-6)||0€|
|Tour days||Every day|
|Tour hours||10:00— 17:00|
|Includes||Round trip transfer, guide, entrance fees|
|Excludes||Personal expenses, drinks|
|Recommended||Swimwear, extra clothes, comfortable shoes|
Excursion Goynuk Canyon from Kemer is a journey to the most unusual place in the Goynuk village. The colorful gorge, as much as 6 meters wide, is framed by walls made of multi-colored rock, where you can relax spiritually and physically.
The Goynuk Canyon from Kemer is not just a walk through another attraction with natural beauty. It is a real adventure with a full-day program: 4km jeep safari, swimming in a mountain river, visiting an ethnographic park and the ruins of the ancient city of Fazelis - all waiting for our tireless travelers during the new extended tour of 2021.
The distance to be covered during the Goynuk Canyon tour from Kemer is only 10 km, with a one-way transfer time of no more than 20 minutes.
The charm of the wild, the mighty pines growing on the edges of the majestic gorge, the numerous streams flowing down the rocky slopes, shimmer in the sun like a scattering of diamonds and a fleeting mountain river, which took 80 million years to form all this splendor. A few centuries ago, nomads, giving it the name, which has reached the present day as Goynuk - «fertile valley», chose the territory. With the development of technological progress and tourism, the territory has gone under the National Nature Reserve, and the cleft itself annually attracts fans of extreme recreation.
Tourists who prefer excursions that are more active can pay attention to the Quad bike safari plus Hamam from Kemer and enjoy two different types of recreation: speeding on serpentine and soothing procedures in the Turkish bath.
The ancient city of Fazelis is another famous landmark worthy of attention. Once, strategically important for trade, the city had in its possessions three ports, was famous for coins and roses and was a favorite of Alexander the Great, today it remained the purest beaches with golden sand and ruins, stored in the shadow of age-old trees, but they are interesting to walk and get into the spirit of history.
The open-air ethno park tells the story of the first Turkic nomadic tribes that settled on these lands: tents, wooden tables and benches, vine fences, clay utensils, pottery machines and carpet weaving. More atmospheric add dolls, made exactly as living people, as well as walking around the territory cats, ducks and sheep.
There is also a museum of olive oil. Many olives are associated with Greece and Italy. However, it was in the city of Milas, which is now part of the modern Turkish Republic; 6000 years ago first cultivated an olive tree and began to eat its fruits. Since then, Turkey ranks 4th in the world in terms of the number of manufacture and export abroad of this raw material.
As part of the Tour of Goynuk Canyon from Kemer, we learn about the benefits of olives, how our ancestors extracted and stored the resulting oil, compare ancient technologies with modern ones, and be able to personally taste the product itself, as well as wine, sweets and if desired to buy a useful souvenir to remember this cognitive and interesting walk.