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Pamukkale and Hierapolis Full-Day Tour from Bodrum

1. Pamukkale and Hierapolis Full-Day Tour from Bodrum

Explore the unique travertine terraces of Pamukkale (literally “Cotton Castles” in Turkish), and enjoy a full-day trip to one of Turkey’s most popular attractions. Depart Bodrum and transfer by air-conditioned coach to Pamukkale, known as the “8th Wonder of the World” to those in the know. Explore the natural landscape of limpid pools, hot springs and travertine, terraces of carbonate minerals left by flowing water. Inscribed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1988, Pamukkale attracts some 2 million visitors every year. Get a view of the terraces from the hills on the opposite side of the valley in the town of Denizli. Then, go to the ruins of the ancient Greek-Roman city of Hierapolis, built on top of the “Cotton Castles” in the 2nd century BC. See the remains of the Roman amphitheater, and visit the former Turkish Bath, now converted to an archaeological museum. Discover where Cleopatra used to swim, and the monumental tomb of the Christian apostle St. Philippe. Marvel at the Necropolis of Anatolia, filled with sarcophagi, most notably that of Marcus Aurelius Ammianos.

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Full-Day Jeep Safari from Bodrum

2. Full-Day Jeep Safari from Bodrum

You won’t want to miss this unforgettable adventure and the chance to see another side of Turkey. On this full-day jeep safari you’ll travel through the landscape of the Bodrum mountains, far from the main streets and city life of Bodrum, and through narrow, dusty valleys, rivers, and mountain ranges. Not only can you be a part of this great adventure but you’ll also have an opportunity to participate behind the wheel of a 4x4. Visit a small Turkish village, swim in a mountain river, and enjoy lunch at a small local restaurant. You’ll drive through romantic ravines and fertile fields into the high Bodrum mountain range the pine forests and remote parts of the region. In the late afternoon, after an extended drive through the mountains and valleys of Bodrum, you’ll be dropped off at your hotel.

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Pamukkale & Hierapolis Tour from Marmaris and Icmeler

3. Pamukkale & Hierapolis Tour from Marmaris and Icmeler

On this 1-day tour from Marmaris you will visit Pamukkale, known as the 8th Wonder of the World. Meaning “cotton castle” in Turkish, this natural formation contains hot springs and travertine, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. Because of the glorious white travertine and historical value, Pamukkale was added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in 1988. Pamukkale can be seen from the hills on the opposite side of the valley in the town of Denizli, 20 kilometers away. On the top of this white “castle”, which is a total of 2,700 meters long, 600 meters wide, and 160 meters high, the ancient city of Hierapolis was built. Here you can visit an ancient Roman amphitheater, the historical museum which was formerly a Turkish bath, the ancient Cleopatra swimming pool, the monumental tomb of Saint Philippe, and the most magnificent Necropolis of Anatolia.

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Dalyan Full-Day Boat Trip from Marmaris

4. Dalyan Full-Day Boat Trip from Marmaris

Enjoy a relaxing full-day tour of Dalyan on Turkey’s Lycian Coast, sailing by boat across the turquoise sea to Turtle Beach (officially known as Iztuzu Beach). Departing from Marmaris, admire the remarkable rock cut tombs of the Kings of Kaunos along the coast. Founded around the 9th-century BC on the border of the Kingdom of Lycia, Kaunos became an important Carian city around 400 BC and its culture reflected aspects of both kingdoms. The tombs were designated for the kings and other powerful people of the city, and filled with food, money, jewelry and other valuable items. Marvel at the Dalyan Canal as it weaves its way from Köyceğiz Lake to the beach, a peninsula jutting out from the mainland. Famous for the endangered loggerhead turtles (Caretta Caretta) that lay their eggs in the sand, as well as blue crab, the beach is now protected to help conserve the turtles, making it out of bounds to the public from May through September. Jump into a mud bath for an indulgent and therapeutic wallow before your return transfer to Marmaris.

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From Marmaris: Day Trip by Glass Bottom Semi Submarine

5. From Marmaris: Day Trip by Glass Bottom Semi Submarine

Explore the underwater world of the eastern Mediterranean without getting wet aboard a glass bottom semi submarine. Benefit from hotel pick-up, and then set sail from the port in Marmaris at 09:30 AM. Find yourself in an incredible world where you can see the fish and plants underwater. Marvel at the sea caves and magnificent canyons and stop for a swim in the turquoise waters. Avail of the boat's facilities, including an air-conditioned fast food hall, comic books for children and deck chairs on the upper deck. Enjoy a lunch of mackerel or chicken and chips with rice and salad aboard the boat before sailing back to harbor at 4:30 PM.

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Cleopatra Island Boat Trip from Marmaris and Icmeler

6. Cleopatra Island Boat Trip from Marmaris and Icmeler

This full-day excursion to Cleopatra Island offers departures from hotels in both Marmaris and Icmeler. On the way to the island you’ll stop for swimming breaks in Incekum Bay and near Fenerli Island. Enjoy the warm turquoise waters and stunning views of Gokova Bay. A delicious BBQ lunch will be served back on board, and includes chicken or meat balls, spaghetti, salad, and seasonal fruits. With 3 hours or more of free time on Cleopatra Island, you’ll be able relax on the white sand beach, take a leisurely walk through the olive groves, and explore the ruins of the Roman amphitheater and fortifications. The island’s sands are legendary and are believed to have been imported by Mark Anthony as a gift to his lover Cleopatra. This unique sand cannot be found anywhere else in the world: the grains are so tiny and shiny that the beach on Cleopatra Island was declared a National Conservation Area. İt is not permitted to take any sand with you when leaving the island. On the way back to Marmaris you’ll have another swimming break in Dolphin Bay. The tour ends at around 18:00.

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Pamukkale and Hierapolis: 1-Day Tour from Fethiye

7. Pamukkale and Hierapolis: 1-Day Tour from Fethiye

Explore the unique travertine terraces of Pamukkale (literally “Cotton Castles” in Turkish), and enjoy a full-day trip to one of Turkey’s most popular attractions. Depart Fethiyefrom Oludeniz and transfer by air-conditioned coach to Pamukkale, known as the “8th Wonder of the World” to those in the know. Explore the natural landscape of clear water pools, hot springs and travertine, terraces of carbonate minerals left by flowing water. Inscribed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1988, Pamukkale attracts some 2 million visitors every year. Get a view of the terraces from the hills on the opposite side of the valley in the town of Denizli. Then, go to the ruins of the ancient Greek-Roman city of Hierapolis, built on top of the “Cotton Castles” in the 2nd century BC. See the remains of the Roman amphitheater, and visit the former Turkish Bath, now converted to an archaeological museum. Discover where Cleopatra used to swim, and the monumental tomb of the Christian apostle St. Philippe. Marvel at the Necropolis of Anatolia, filled with sarcophagi, most notably that of Marcus Aurelius Ammianos.

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Full-Day Pamukkale Tour from Bodrum

8. Full-Day Pamukkale Tour from Bodrum

Enjoy an excursion to Pamukkale, and see the ruins of the Greco-Roman settlement at Hierapolis as well as the extraordinary natural formation known as the Cotton Castle. Reach Pamukkale and visit the ancient city of Hierapolis to see the Greco-Roman ruins. These include the great Roman theater, the tomb of St. Philip, the Roman baths, the temple to Apollo, and others. The kings of Pergamon established the thermal spa of Hierapolis, which is registered as cultural and natural heritage site by UNESCO. During your visit to this open-air museum, you’ll also see a massive ancient graveyard that contains over 1,200 sarcophagi, many of which are the size of a small house. Pamukkale’s alien-seeming landscape is the result of calcite-laden waters that flow from springs in a cliff that rises 200 meters over the plain. You’ll see formations that resemble forests and waterfalls, and also a series of terraced basins.

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Marmaris: Go Karting Experience

9. Marmaris: Go Karting Experience

Get picked up from your hotel and travel just 15-minutes from the Marmaris city center to begin a fun and exciting adventure at the Marmaris Go-Kart track. This activity is suitable for all ages from 7-77 years old and no driving license is needed to participate. Climb into a 200cc Honda Go-Kart and race your family and friends in a private group experience. 1 race lasts for 25 laps. Enjoy return transfer to your hotel at the end of your unforgettable day. 

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Full-Day Tour of Bodrum, Dalyan

10. Full-Day Tour of Bodrum, Dalyan

This tour will bring you on a unique journey through Dalyan and the surrounding areas. From Bodrum you will drive 3 hours to Dalyan. Dalyan is a uniquely beautiful small town unspoiled by buildings. The Iztuzu Beach which is located 7 kilometers away is accessible by a 45-minute boat trip. The beach is famed as one of the last nesting areas for the Caretta caretta Sea Turtles. Between May and September, the female turtles come to the beach to lay their eggs, care for them, and finally take their young to sea. The tour will take you on a 15-minute boat trip to the sulfur baths which is a unique and rewarding experience. The mud at the baths contains sulfur and other elements which are beneficial to your skin and make you feel refreshed and revitalized. There is a small spa here where you can relax and be pampered. The next stop is Caunos, the ancient city located near modern Dalyan. Caunos was founded in the 9th-century BC. Once a Mediterranean city port, it now lies several kilometers from the sea, due to silt build-up from the Dalyan River. Caunos is famous for its rock-cut tombs. These tombs were graves for the kings and gentry of the city. As the pagans believed in resurrection, they placed food, money, jewelry, and other valuables at the entrance of the tombs. Unfortunately, due to grave robbing, these items do not remain today. See these wonderful historical sights and allow our guides to bring you back in time with their knowledge and stories of the past.

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What people are saying about Muğla Province

The day tour of semi sub marine is very interesting and nice organization. Where stop for swim are beautiful places with crsital water or blue lagoon. The glass bottom is like spectacle show where you can see sunken boat and many fishes. The lunch is include and very delicious. The all staffs are friendly and helpful. The money spend for this tour is super valuable..

Everything's very good. The beautiful landscape and nice boat. The lunch is delicious. The price is cheap than other Company. I like this trip and next I will do again.

Full tour. English speaking guide is lovely. We have been able to see turtles, and we have been able to fish for crabs. A very nice excursion

Great day experience & nice lunch. Lots of stop offs for swimming which was great & our son loved the glass bottom experience

Excellent trip, place is amazing, staff very helpful and punctual.