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Sapadere Canyon Full-Day Sightseeing Tour from Alanya

1. Sapadere Canyon Full-Day Sightseeing Tour from Alanya

Escape the hot and humid coast of Alanya for the day and enjoy a sightseeing tour of the Sapadere Canyon. Located approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Alanya City, Sapadere Canyon offers visitors the chance to walk along a network of well-maintained wooden walkways through the Taurus Mountains, and experience the dramatic landscape up-close. With departures from hotels in Alanya province, drive to the cooling Canyon for the start of your 7-hour guided tour which includes a typical lunch of local produce in Sapadere village. Take in the fresh mountain air and marvel at nature’s pure beauty. During the relaxed 750-meter walk, pass numerous waterfalls cascading down the rocks. If you're feeling brave, jump in and swim in ice cold water! During this trip you will also visit the natural cave called Guceler (Smurffs cave). It will be an interesting experience to see the stalagmites and stalactites formations.

Antalya: City Tour including Waterfalls and Cable Car

2. Antalya: City Tour including Waterfalls and Cable Car

Your experience begins as you are picked up at around 10:00AM from your hotel, before driving to the west side of the city. Antalya is surrounded by sandy beaches, soaring mountains, and picturesque waterfalls, and this tour takes in some of these most scenic spots. Ride the cable car to the top of Tünek Tepe Mountain for a magnificent view along the coast. Afterwards, visit two different waterfalls: Düden Falls and the Kursunlu Waterfall. There will be plenty of time granted at these two waterfalls for you to explore and take photos. This tour provides you with a fantastic chance to discover the local culture as well as the ordinary life style of Turkish people. At the conclusion of your experience, your driver will return you back to your accommodation.

Belek: Taurus Mountains and Ucansu Waterfall Jeep Tour

3. Belek: Taurus Mountains and Ucansu Waterfall Jeep Tour

After pickup from your hotel, you will drive to the jeep safari tour starting point. You will get information about the tour program and then your unforgettable adventure will begin. The convoy will pass small villages covering dusty and challenging roads. There will be some stops whwere you can enjoy amazing panoramic views, take pictures, and breathe the clean mountain air. Continue to an altitude of 920m and stop at the Yumaklar village. You will visit a traditional house and get information about village life in Turkey. Next, stop for a delicious lunch at a local restaurant with grilled fish or chicken, salad, and seasonal fruit. After lunch get ready for the off-road experience by passing dusty roads on the way to Ucansu Waterfall. Also known as the Flying Waterfall, it is one of the undiscovered natural beauties of the Mediterranean region. Enjoy breathtaking views of the waterfall located in the heart of virgin nature where you will also have the possibility to swim in the natural pool. Full of positive emotions, return to your hotel with a convenient drop-off.

From Side City: Visit to Ormana Village & Altinbesik Cave

4. From Side City: Visit to Ormana Village & Altinbesik Cave

Begin this full-day tour with a drive into the Taurus Mountains. Your first stop of the day is Avasun, known as the village of bay leaves. Stop to take in the views over the Green Canyon and Green Lake and take the opportunity to grab some terrific holiday snaps. Visit the village of Ürünlü and learn about the distinctive button houses, an architectural curiosity famous in this area. Enjoy a tea or coffee break at a traditional house before visiting Altinbesik Cave National Park. During your tour you'll also have the chance to take a boat ride on a subterranean lake and see the stalactite and stalagmite formations in the Golden Cradle Cavern. In Ormana village, see more button houses and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Continue to Sarihacilar köyü, a village on the Silk Road before visiting a traditional house and a spectacular 650-year-old Ottoman mosque.

Quad Bike Fun in the Taurus Mountains

5. Quad Bike Fun in the Taurus Mountains

If you are planning to holiday in Turkey, do not miss a chance for an ATV safari adventure. Ride a quad bike through excellent natural surroundings, pine forests, muddy streams and enjoy an unforgettable experience. You can share this tour with your family and friends. Enjoy an excellent and exciting experience and spend an unforgettable day together. The rocky mountains provide the perfect terrain for a quad bike that can take you places you could only dream of reaching with another vehicle. There will be plenty of twists and turns through the limestone bluffs to keep you on your toes. Don’t worry if you have no previous ATV experience. You don’t even need a driving license, and everyone over 16 years old can join in the fun. After a short orientation and practice session, you will soon know the basics and be on your way. Then, you have 2.5 hours to bounce along the roller-coaster network of quad bike trails that wind through this ancient and wondrous landscape.

Koprulu: Canyoning, Rafting, and Zip Line Adventure

6. Koprulu: Canyoning, Rafting, and Zip Line Adventure

Be collected at your accommodation for a 2-hour drive to the Koprulu Canyon National Park. Attend a safety briefing and receive instructions for your upcoming adventure. Discover two very different canyons. First, a narrow warm water canyon surrounded by sheer rock cliffs for canyoning. Second, a wide cold water canyon of forested cliffs and natural waterfalls. Stop several times to swim and dive into the crystal clear water and enjoy natural water slides. Play with gravity and experience an amazing zip line across the canyon.  Enjoy a lunch break to take in the beauty of the Koprulu Canyon River. The canyon course takes around 1.5 hours to complete. Then, walk through the canyon to a river for your whitewater rafting adventure. Head out onto the waters of the Köprüçay River to raft the rapids of the 14-kilometer canyon. See the 2nd-century Oluk Bridge towering 27 meters high, lending even more drama to the backdrop of your rafting experience. At the end of the tour, you can purchase photographs and videos from your adventure. Then, be driven back to the resort to enjoy the rest of your day.

Side: Guided Day Trip to Pamukkale & Salda Lake

7. Side: Guided Day Trip to Pamukkale & Salda Lake

Start the tour with pickup from your hotel at 4:00 AM. Meet your guide and board the air-conditioned bus. Your first stop will be at Korkuteli Town, where you’ll enjoy a delicious breakfast in a local restaurant. Next, continue the journey to Salda Lake. Once you’ve arrived at the lake, enjoy 1 hour to take photos and swim in the natural mud baths. After your swim, drive from Salda Lake to Pamukkale, stopping for lunch along the way. Following lunch, you’ll then visit the ancient city of Hierapolis, the Pamukkale Travertens, and the ancient Roman Kleopatra Pool. You’ll also take a short trip to Karahayit Hot Springs for a second swim. After a full day of exploring these history and scenic sites, be returned to your hotel between 8:00 PM and 9:00 PM, in time for your dinner.

Side: Pamukkale Travertine & Hierapolis Trip with Meals

8. Side: Pamukkale Travertine & Hierapolis Trip with Meals

Explore the unique "Cotton Castles" of Pamukkale and go to the ruins of the ancient Greek-Roman city of Hierapolis on a full-day trip to one of Turkey’s most popular attractions. Start with a pickup in the early morning from your hotel in Side and a drive to the Pamukkale Travertines. Stop for a buffet lunch before entering Pamukkale. Explore the natural landscape of limpid pools, hot springs, and travertine, terraces of carbonate minerals left by flowing water. Take a swim in the pools and experience the waters for yourself. If you want, enter the Cleopatra Pool for an extra fee. Then, walk through the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis. Visit the amphitheater and take unforgettable photos. After you've spent enough time wandering the site, meet back at the bus in the parking area. On the return journey to Slide, stop for dinner before arriving at your hotel in the evening.

From Alanya: Sapadere Canyon Discovery Tour

9. From Alanya: Sapadere Canyon Discovery Tour

Discover one of the most colorful places in the Alanya region - the magnificent Sapadere Canyon on a full-day tour. Get picked up from your hotel in Alanya at 10 AM, and set off on a 48 km drive to Sapadere. During the journey, admire breathtaking views of the gorge along the route, crossing the Sedre River multiple times on the scenic mountain road. On the way, stop for 15-20 minutes in a nomad tent where you can taste gözleme (Turkish pancake) as a light snack. Then, head over to the Cüceler Cave (the dwarf cave) for the chance to get out and explore. After this, continue on to the village of Sapadere Village for a 45-minute stroll to visit some interesting places. Discover the small village mosque, an old watermill, and a silk weaving workshop. Have the chance to visit a fruit garden where you can pick fresh oranges and taste local exotic fruits. Then, arrive at Sapadere Canyon for the opportunity to discover its hidden waterfalls and swim in crystal clear natural pools. Follow the stairs down to pristine swimming spots, with water flowing all year round. At the end of a 600 m path, find the most impressive waterfall where swimming is also allowed. Take a dip in this spectacular location and refresh yourself from the heat.   Finally, at around 4:30 PM, return to Alanya where you will be dropped off back at your hotel and the tour concludes.

Side: Buggy Safari Tour

10. Side: Buggy Safari Tour

Venture out on this buggy safari tour that begins in Koprulu Canyon National Park. After receiving a quick briefing on buggy bikes, enjoy a 10-kilometer drive along the river. Marvel at the the gorgeous natural surroundings of the park, and, about halfway through the expedition, take a short swim break before continuing the final 10 kilometers of the buggy tour. When you arrive back at the facility, check out the photos that your guide has taken during your adventure. When the day is done, enjoy a drop-off back at your hotel in an air-conditioned bus.

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Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 315 reviews

I ended up going alone (female) on this tour and it felt completely comfortable and safe the whole time! The team really watches the safety and handles large amounts of people in VERY efficient and fast way. The best part is how many things you get to do in one day but it doesnt require you to be triathlon athlete- its very physically doable ❤️ 100% recommend if you like nature! The team itself also is great, positive and entertaining P.s. if you get Ali as your guide he will make you sing but i promise you its fun

Faruk was a great guide and the trip was awesome. From different mountain villages, botany to the mountain cave, it was a great experience. We had a comfortable MINI bus with a pleasant climate. The bus driver was very responsible and drove the mountain passes at a comfortable pace. We would definitely do this trip again, it was a dream day. The food in a small mountain village was great and there was something for every taste.

The tour was by far the best we've done in a long time! A tour guide par excellence..... The Oilman "Öli" is what makes the tour and that's exactly why I would even do the tour again :-D just because of him!!!! I can only recommend!!!

Recommendable tour, which has sometimes dragged on a bit. You sit a lot on the bus from place to place. The booked lunch was SUPER! The guide was funny and very informative and not boring at all. The cave was great!

The tour was super organized. You got an insight into the Turkish interior, combined with a lot of fun. We can only recommend the tour!