A UNESCO World Heritage Site
Sparkling white travertines - perfect photo opportunity
Explore the ancient Roman city of Hierapolis
Breakfast and dinner included
Enjoy the dramatic scenery and rural scenes on the journey
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Your own private guide
Breakfast and evening meal included
Entrance to Pamukkale and Hierapolis included
Admission fee to Cleopatra's pool
Know Before You Book
Available from Antalya City, Lara-Kundu, Belek, Kemer
The tour is not wheelchair accessible
Children ages 2 years and under go for free
Choose the option according to language and resort you are staying in
What you can expect
From the Turkish word meaning cotton castle, Pamukkale is a spectacular, natural beauty. On this private tour prepare yourself for a carefree day, taking in all the marvellous surroundings, leaving the passionate and knowledgeable tour guide in charge.
Pammukale is a series of mountainside terraces where natural springs have solidified into snow white stalactites and cliffs. The effect is absurdly exquisite- it almost looks like a winter wonderland of pools in various little tiers. The Romans were the first to realise its potential healing powers and established a health spa there.
Start the day with a delicious, freshly prepared buffet breakfast in Antalya. Then the tour leads you to Korkutelli where there will be a short break to regain energy for the exciting day ahead. At midday there is a scheduled photo break to capture the stunning panoramic views, to create memories you can keep. After, you will be given leisure time to explore Pamukkale and the ancient city, Hierapolis. Situated above the terraces, Hierapolis has a well-preserved Roman theatre and ancient thermal baths which have been restored and converted into an archaeological museum. Other significant sites include the Temple of Apollo, the Necropolis, the Nymphaeum and a 4th century basilica. There is also an outdoor pool known as Cleopatra's pool, filled with the thermal spring water and scattered with ancient columns and other Roman artefacts which it is possible to swim in.
On the journey back, we will stop for a delightful dinner.