DEPART : Marmaris : 07:00 Icmeler : 06:30
ARRIVAL : Marmaris : 19:00 Icmeler : 19:30
Includes : Bus Fare, Breakfast (2X), Lunch(2X), Dinner(1X) Entrance , Hotel , Guiding, Insurance
The most recommended daily tour all over the region! Let us, take you to a dream: Virgin Mary's House, Ephesus and Pamukkale in two day with an overnight stay. The first day, visit the house of blessed Virgin Mary and the Magnicifent ruins of the largest open air museum in the world. Enjoy staying in our hotel with an amazing view of white cotton castle while joining our Turkish Night. The second day; visit the city of health- Hierapolis and have a beauty bath at the main spring of Pamukkale. A Trip back in to past, combined with culture and our Turkish Hospitality.
Price : 65 Euro / 45 GBP
Pamukkale is quite a trek from Marmaris, about 4 hours by coach but well worth the effort to get there. You'll see Pamukkale in the distance,a tall chalky outcrop rising high above the surrounding plain.The source of this strange beauty is a spring that burbles up from the top of the plateau,putting out a stream of warm, calcium-rich water that, as it dribbles over the side and cools, turns in to hard white chalk called Travertine. This has been occuring for thousands of years creating a unique landscape that is found nowhere else on earth. But i urge you not to go in july or august, we went with the children and the heat was unbeleivable. Also this was the second time i had visited pamukkale, the first time it was all that everybody had told me it was going to be, but the second time i went i was horrified to see that the millky white pools of water had almost dried up and everything was a horrible green colour, this was because a certain hotel was diverting the water to the hotel. I will add that this was a few years ago and i really hope that this problem has been solved because its only the water that makes pamukkale the way it is.
It took us a long time to arrive there and can't deny that the road trip is very tiring especially that we had to wake up at 5:00 to go to this tour but it is really: NOT TO MISS. Amazing!!!!!!