If you want to spice up your Kemer holiday and find healing in healthy waters, you can join the Pamukkale Tour from Kemer to visit Pamukkale, one of the most important tourism centers in Turkey. Pamukkale is one of the first things that come to mind when it comes to tourism centers in Turkey. Pamukkale is one of the world's leading tourist destinations in terms of both health tourism and visual tourism. If you want to visit Pamukkale, which is flooded by local and foreign tourists from all over the world, while on holiday in Belek, you can join the Pamukkale Tour from Kemer. You can join this tour to visit the unique nature and healthy waters of Pamukkale, while enjoying the sea, sand and sun in Belek, having a nice and fun holiday with various holiday activities and entertainment.
What’s Included in Pamukkale Tour from Kemer?
The Pamukkale Tour from Kemer will start with a luxury and comfortable vehicle picking you up from your hotel in the early hours of the morning. During the tour you will be accompanied by English and English speaking guides. You can get information from the guide about the tour process or the topics you have in mind in the places you visit. You may not have had breakfast as you will be on your way to Pamukkale early in the morning. That’s why you will have breakfast by stopping at a restaurant on the way. You will then continue on to Pamukkale. When you arrive in Pamukkale, you will have 5 hours to visit all the beauties of this region, which is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Turkey.
Pamukkale Travertines will be the first stop of the Pamukkale Tour from Kemer tour. Pamukkale Travertines, which are on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list, cure various diseases due to the flow of healing waters among the white travertines like cotton. Travertines, which offer a magnificent visual with the white travertines turning orange at sunrise or sunset, are a very important holiday center in terms of both health tourism and visual tourism. You can have a healthy and fun time by walking in these travertines, which is the first stop of our tour, or swimming in the pools.
After spending some time in the unique nature and healthy waters of Pamukkale Travertines, you will set off for the second step of the tour, the Ancient City of Hierapolis. These ancient city ruins date back to the Roman Empire. The amphitheater, large bath complex, columns, cathedrals, roads and streets in the ancient city are very important in terms of cultural tourism. You can witness all these cultural ruins on this tour. You can also visit the local markets and bazaars in the city and buy the local products and souvenirs you want.
The last stop of the Pamukkale Tour from Kemer is the Cleopatra Pool. The Cleopatra Pool, located in the ancient city of Hierapolis, emerged as a result of the destruction caused by the earthquakes that occurred centuries ago. Its name comes from the famous Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. According to rumors, Cleopatra used to enter this pool to protect her health and beauty. For this reason, its name remained as the Cleopatra Pool. The average temperature of this pool is around 36 degrees. You can get rid of various ailments by swimming in this healing water.