|Age Range||tour Price|
|1 Children (4-7)||15€|
|1 Infants (0-3)||0€|
|Tour days||Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday|
|Tour hours||03:00 — 23:00|
|Includes||all entrance tickets, English-speaking historical guides, insurance, transfer from the hotel and back|
|Excludes||drinks, Cleopatra's pool|
|Recommended||Swimwear, towels, breakfast package|
The price of a day trip to Pamukkale is very beneficial for those who want to visit these places and not to lose extra time on vacation. The distance from Kemer to Pamukkale will seem insignificant to you, because, thanks to the professionalism of our guides, the tour will begin immediately
An excursion to Pamukkale from Kemer will acquaint you with the picturesque landscapes of terraces, which in appearance resemble huge blocks of ice or snowdrifts. Pamukkale (or “cotton castle”) is an incredibly beautiful snow-white mountain located in South-West Turkey. It is famous for its unique sources, the waters of which are rich in calcium oxide and have healing powers. For centuries, they emerged on the surface of the earth, creating fancy multi-level cascades of white lime deposits on travertines.
To guests who want to spend more time in the springs, as well as to visit the ancient city of Ephesus, we offer Limra Demre Kekova From Kemer.
Pamukkale travertines resemble natural baths, as they are filled with natural mineral water. The temperature of thermal waters does not fall below 36 degrees Celsius. Mineral water has a beneficial effect on the skin of the face and body, and its amazing rejuvenating effect can be felt by everyone who bathes in this pool.
Pamukkale is a huge snow-white rock as if made of whipped cream, considered one of the most amazing and popular attractions in the country. The whole mountain of Pamukkale is covered with travertine stone. For many years, the water rich in calcium flowed down the slopes of the mountain, cooling in the air - calcium froze, so turned out these snow-white terraces.
Here you can take mud baths, which help with many diseases. You will plunge into the Cleopatra Pool, which is nearby. The ancient Romans knew a lot and used hot springs and even organized there, something like a resort. Previously, there were columns around the pool, but unfortunately, they were destroyed during a strong earthquake. You will be able to see fragments of these columns, which still adorn the bottom of the famous pool. The amazing phenomenon is that the water temperature always remains the same - 35 degrees.
Not far from the terraces is the ancient city of Hierapolis (or the “holy city”), which is also included in the program of the daily tour in Pamukkale. The road to the snow-white miracle of light is quite far, but definitely worth it, and thanks to the new buses purchased by our company in 2021 with comfortable seats and large panoramic windows, it will seem to you fascinating and easily overcome.
Due to the global fight against coronavirus, Turkey is making every effort to protect tourists. In unlimited quantities provides disinfectant solutions, disposable masks, observed distance, and minimal filling of tour buses and groups.
It is interesting to know: few people know that the rooster is a symbol of the region. It is a unique creature of its kind, which differs from its relatives by bright color and long crowing in as much as 30 seconds. Sometimes they can faint from their own scream. Love for them appeared from the moment when the rooster woke the inhabitants of the city and thus saved from the fire.