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  • Pamukkale Small Group Tour from Kusadasi & Selcuk

    1. Pamukkale Small Group Tour from Kusadasi & Selcuk

    After pick up, have a 3 hours long drive with a break on the midway through breath taking views of Meander Valley, mountains, farming lands, fruit tree gardens, small towns and villages. You will visit Hierapolis. The Necropolis (cemetery) of Hierapolis is one of the biggest ancient cemeteries in Anatolia with 1,200 graves, Roman Bath, Domitian Gate, the Main Street, Byzantian Gate. Then you take a short walk over to the natural warm water terraces which were formed by running warm water that contains high levels of calcium. A swim in the effervescent waters of the Sacred Pool should be at the top of the list on any travel itinerary. In addition to a high level of natural radioactivity, the water contains calcium bicarbonate, calcium sulfate, magnesium and carbon dioxide and after a swim, you should simply dry off and let the minerals do their magic. You will be given enough free time ...

    Pamukkale Is beautiful and our tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave extensive information about the history of pamukkale and heirapolis. Our tour guide and driver was punctual, kind, nice, friendly and they made our day a memorable. They were so good and I also booked Ephesus tour with them. I will definitely recommend their tour.

  • Ephesus and Pamukkale: Day Trip by Plane from Istanbul

    2. Ephesus and Pamukkale: Day Trip by Plane from Istanbul

    Enjoy a full-day package trip that takes you on a guided tour from Istanbul to 2 of Turkey’s most fascinating attractions: the ancient cities of Ephesus and Hierapolis. Spend a full day marveling at ancient, multi-cultural architecture and monuments without worrying about any of the details of traveling and organizing. You’ll start your day with pickup from your hotel in Istanbul, bright and early at 5:15 AM for a transfer to the airport for your 7:30 AM flight to Izmir. Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted and brought to Ephesus to meet with your guide and take your Ancient City Tour. Ephesus is an iconic former-Greek city, built in the 10th century, famed for its temples, monuments, and theaters. Known as the commercial, religious, and social center of antiquity, this is sure to be the highlight to your whole visit to Turkey. Explore the city’s combination of Greek, Roman and Byzantine mar...

  • Pamukkale: Hot Air Balloon Tours

    3. Pamukkale: Hot Air Balloon Tours

    You will start your day as you are collected from your accommodation, one hour before sunrise. This is approximately 6:30 AM in winter and 4:30 AM in Summer. Witness an amazing sunrise up in the air and see perfect panoramic views of the stunning landscape in Pamukkale. Choose from a great variety of routes to see the unique beauty of Pamukkale. The landing point will depend on the weather conditions on the day. Once your balloon has landed, celebrate your experience with fruit juice and cake. Then, as the sun begins to rise, float to an altitude of about 1,000 feet (300 meters) for extraordinary 360-degree views of Cappadocia. The wind will transport you across the valleys and mountains for about 45 minutes to 1-hour, depending on the weather. Marvel at the unique rocks and caves of the region from a bird’s eye perspective. Toast your landing with a glass of sparkling Champagne, and ...

    Tour included breakfast but we didn't get any. Overbooked as one client had to stand in the van and there were 19 in total squashed into a basket with capacity of 18. Champagne was not cold.

  • Antalya: Full-Day Pamukkale Tour

    4. Antalya: Full-Day Pamukkale Tour

    Hierapolis, or "holy city", was an ancient Greco-Roman city in Phrygia, located on top of hot springs in Southwest Anatolia. Its ruins are adjacent to the modern city of Pamukkale. Hierapolis is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hot springs there have been used as a spa since the 2nd century B.C, when people came to soothe their ailments and many of them retiring or dying there. Some of the highlights include the large sarcophagi-filled necropolis, the main street with its gates and latrines, the cathedral, the theater, and St. Philips Tomb. The hot springs causing cascades which are called the Cotton Castle. At the conclusion of your day of sightseeing, you will return back to Antalya.

    Really nice day out. Lots of stops so journey did not seem long. Nice guide Jeggers who was upbeat, humourous and informative who worked well with the professional driver. The views were incredible, both Pamukkale and Hierapolis were amazing.

  • From Kusadasi: Pamukkale and Hierapolis Sightseeing Tour

    5. From Kusadasi: Pamukkale and Hierapolis Sightseeing Tour

    Visit the spectacular natural springs of Pamukkale near Ephesus on this full-day sightseeing tour from Kusadasi. Unique in the world, the hot spring waters have carved fantastic formations in the terraced rocks over many centuries to create a surreal landscape. Used since Roman times for their therapeutic powers, the thermal waters are situated on a picturesque plateau, where a thermal center with motels, pools and the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis attract those seeking relief in the healing waters. There are 17 hot water springs, with temperatures ranging from 35°C to 100°C. The water that emerges from the spring is transported 1,050 feet (320 meters) to the head of the travertine terraces, where it deposits calcium carbonate. After a buffet lunch of Turkish foods, continue to the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis, built on the hot springs in classical Phrygia. As wel...

    I mostly enjoyed the trip - guide could have been more enthusiastic about the site - spent more time on facts about Turkey. Meal was mediocre and you should have spent less time/effort on the hotel visit. It wasn't explained the lunch would be in a huge hotel with quite rude staff. The guide didn't eat with us and said afterwards he preferred better quality food which of course undervalued us - obviously we were cattle to be fed! A packed lunch on the bus might have been enough, and more time on the site.

  • Full-Day Pamukkale Tour from Kusadasi

    6. Full-Day Pamukkale Tour from Kusadasi

    The rock formations of Pamukkale (literally, "Cotton Castle") are a series of white terraces saturated with dissolved calcium bicarbonate, bubbling up from the feet of the mountains beyond. As the water flows over the edge of the plateau and cools, carbon dioxide is given off and calcium carbonate precipitates as hard chalk, or travertine. The spring emerges in the middle of the ancient resort city of Hierapolis (the ruins themselves are worthy of a stop as well). Sadly, the travertine that makes up the Pamukkale is gradually turning from white to yellow, and is even thought to be drying up. Thirsty hotels are blamed by the government, which has demolished many of them. This is good for the Pamukkale, but it makes finding a hotel increasingly difficult. Most stay in Pamukkale Koyu. The Hierapolis archaeological site lies west of Pamukkale Koyu. Its main features include a temple of Apo...

    It was one of my best trips during my stay in Turkey. The organization was excellent. I was picked up at the arranged time from my hotel. I was very lucky with professional guides John and Nizam, who were both friendly and helpful.

  • Full-Day Private Pamukkale and Hierapolis Tour from Istanbul

    7. Full-Day Private Pamukkale and Hierapolis Tour from Istanbul

    After being picked up between 5:00 AM and 5:30 AM from your hotel in Istanbul, you will be driven to the airport where you will catch a flight to Denizli. Meet your private guide in Denizli and make your first visit to Pamukkale.  The beautiful white cascades of Pamukkale is well worth a trip to see eye candy of a natural site. Walk through Pamukkale and find a chance to relax in the hot waters of the ancient pool. Built just above the hot spring waters of Pamukkale, Hierapolis is a mighty ancient city and a UNESCO world heritage site. Hierapolis was built in the 2nd century B.C. by the King of Pergamon and became a Roman city. The city was famous for several important sanctuaries and also as an important trade center. Hierapolis was famous for purple dye and cloth making and it is still famous for textile products. Afterwards, drive back to Denizli airport to make your flight back to ...

  • From Kusadasi: Full-Day Pamukkale + Hierapolis Private Tour

    8. From Kusadasi: Full-Day Pamukkale + Hierapolis Private Tour

    Begin your Pamukkale and Hierapolis adventure with a morning pick up from your central Kusadasi Hotel. Capture stunning views of water trickling over white petrified limestone tubs. In this fairytale atmosphere, learn from your guide how calcium rich thermal water continues to cascade down the hillside leaving precipitates in the form of cataracts, stalactites and basins. Listen as your guide explains how Romans once plunged into these waters to enrich their bodies with its therapeutic powers. Enjoy some free time to explore this unforgettable place at your leisure. Around 4:00 PM, finish your tour and take the transfer back to Kusadasi.

  • From Antalya: Private Day Tour to Pamukkale and Hierapolis

    9. From Antalya: Private Day Tour to Pamukkale and Hierapolis

    Get picked up from your accommodation and travel to Pamukkale, which some call the ‘8th Wonder of the World’. Marvel at the beautiful clear water pools, hot springs, and terraces of carbonate minerals created by flowing water.  Then, enjoy lunch and swim in the soothing thermal waters. Next, visit the ancient city of Hierapolis. Explore the ruins of this historic city, established at the end of the 2nd century B.C. Discover the remains of the Roman amphitheater, visit the beautiful marble baths and explore the necropolis.

  • Antalya: Private Ancient Pamukkale and Hierapolis Tour

    10. Antalya: Private Ancient Pamukkale and Hierapolis Tour

    Your full-day excursion begins in the early morning as you are picked up from your Antalya hotel. From there you will begin your drive to Pamukkale. Following a small lunch break, you will visit the cascading snow-white terraced cliffs of this mysterious Cotton Palace. The calcite-laden waters that created this unreal landscape come from springs located in a 200-meter-high cliff that overlooks the plain. Whilst there, you will be free to marvel at the mineral forests, petrified waterfalls, and the series of terraced basins which have been created by these waters. At the end of the 2nd century B.C., the kings of Pergamon established the thermal spa of Hierapolis. The ruins of the baths, temples and other Greek monuments can be seen at the site, with the temples having been significant trade centers for ancient Hierapolis.

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What people are saying about Pamukkale

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 48 reviews

The tour to Pamukkale was very nice. The view there is unique. The tour guide and the driver were very nice. The tour guide is very talkative. We made a stop at a hotel where we were allowed to swim and ate. If you want to swim in the Cleopatra pool you have to pay the entrance yourself. It was about 100 lira, otherwise everything else was included in the price. Be sure to take a hat and a towel with you.

Pamukkale Is beautiful and our tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave extensive information about the history of pamukkale and heirapolis. Our tour guide and driver was punctual, kind, nice, friendly and they made our day a memorable. They were so good and I also booked Ephesus tour with them. I will definitely recommend their tour.

Pamukkale is great! The organizer Harun is very nice and very professional! The bus was very clean and new. We arrived safely.

Very good organization and very friendly team. I recommend

Had a very pleasant day on this tour with Mr Harun.