During 5 Days this Healthy Thermal Wellness Tour combines culture traveling and thermal wellness in one package.
What to see during your 5-day Wellbeing and Wellness Special Thermal Tour in Pamukkale?
Tours can be customized according to the group you want to go to. Our knowledgeable and experienced travel consultants will be able to reach your desired holiday location without having to search for individual places.
What to expect during your 5-day Wellbeing and Wellness Special Thermal Tour in Pamukkale?
Day 1: Denizli Arrival and Transfer to Karahayit
Once arrived at Denizli Airport we will assist and transfer you to the hotel in Karahayit. Once you reach and after check-in, and are relaxed you can enjoy directly the thermal bath and swimming pool in the hotel.
Day 2: Pamukkale and Hierapolis visit and Wellness Package
Your day starts with a wellness treatment in a famous clinic in the area. There you will get Mud Therapy and Medical Massage. Before the Therapy, you will have a hot spring session of 30 min in the thermal baths. After your therapy session, we will pick you up for your visit to Pamukkale and Hierapolis where you will discover the beauty of those white calcium terraces of Pamukkale and the ruins of Hierapolis, then walk around this natural phenomenon and have the option of lying in the waters of the natural springs at the end of the day, you can enjoy again the thermal baths in your hotel.
Day 3: Salda Lake Visit and Wellness Package
Today you do have the option to make a hot air balloon ride above Pamukkale. Your day starts with a wellness treatment in a famous clinic in the area. There you will get Mud Therapy and Medical Massage. Before the Therapy, you will have a hot spring session of 30 min in the thermal baths. After your therapy session, we will pick you up for your visit to Salda Lake and visit the beauty and nature of the deepest lake in Turkey. Salda Lake.
Lake Salda is often included in the Turkish Lakes Region that extends across inner western to southern Anatolia, especially Isparta Province and Afyonkarahisar Province, although Lake Salda is geographically separate from the larger lakes, which are more to the east and, being a crater lake, is morphologically different from these tectonic lakes.
The lake area covers 4,370 hectares, and its depth reaches 196 meters, making it one of the deeper lakes in Turkey, if not the deepest. The lake sedimentary records show high-resolution climate changes that are related to solar variability during the last millennium.
The lake is a popular excursion spot for people across the region or from beyond, more so due to the hydromagnesite mineral found in its coastal waters, which is believed to offer remedies for certain dermatological diseases. The shorelines, surrounded by black pine forests, are also popular among hunters, the game, and the fowl available including quails, hares, foxes, boars, and wild ducks, aside from the lake’s fish. White sandy beaches, limpid water, and seven crystal-white islets within the lake complete the scenery. At the end of the tour, we drive you back to your hotel where you can enjoy the thermal baths.
Day 4: Kaklik Cave and Wellness Package
Your last day starts with a wellness treatment in a famous clinic in the area. There you will get Mud Therapy and Medical Massage. Before the Therapy, you will have a hot spring session of 30 min in the thermal baths. After your therapy session, we will pick you up for your visit to Kaklik Cave. The cave entrance of Kaklık Mağarası (Kaklik Cave) is a huge doline, between 11 m and 13 m in diameter and 10 m deep. This collapse of the roof of a part of the cave allows entering the cave. Inside are numerous rimstone pools, glimmering white and often compared to nearby Pamukkale. The cave is sometimes called Küçük Pamukkale (Small Pamukkale) or Mağara Pamukkale
Kaklik Cave has formed about 2.5 million years ago during the Pliocene Period by the solution through sulfurous thermal waters. This cave development based on or at least heavily influenced by the sulfur resulted in extraordinary speleothems. Today the springs are responsible for the formation of the rimstone pools. The Kokarhamam Spring (Smelly Bath) produces sulfur-rich 24 °C thermal water and a characteristic smell of sulfur. The sulfur-rich water was used to cure skin diseases since antiquity, and also to irrigate the fields. It feeds a small reedy marsh. Then the water flows into the nearby cave and forms the pools. At the end of the day, we drive back to your hotel where you can enjoy the last evening at the pools.
Day 5: Check-out and departure for the airport.
Early morning we will pick you up to bring you to Denizli Airport where you can catch your flight to Istanbul.
Extra Tour Details
- Everyday departure (All year round)
- Duration: 5 days
What has been included in this excursion?
- Accommodation BB
- All sightseeing & excursions mentioned in the itinerary
- Use of thermal baths
- Lunch during the tours
- Transfer service from Hotels & Airport
- English Guide
- Beverage during the tour
- Tips to the guide&driver(optional)
- Entrance Cleopatra Pool
- Not mentioned diners
- Not mentioned flights
- Personal expenses