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Saklikent Milli Parki

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Saklikent Milli Parki

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Jeep Safari: Saklikent Gorge, Ancient Tlos and lunch on the fish farm
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Fethiye Saklikent and Oludeniz (Blue Lagoon) Day Trip from Marmaris
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Fethiye Saklikent and Oludeniz (Blue Lagoon) Day Trip from Marmaris

Take a break from bustling Marmaris and discover the region’s ancient history and natural landmarks on a day tour to Fethiye Saklıkent, Tlos, and Ölüdeniz. See Lycian ruins, dive into the fresh waters of a mountain gorge, and unwind in a blue lagoon, avoiding hidden costs with lunch and entrance fees included in the price.
$31.37 per adult
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Zak Lee wrote a review Yesterday
Leeds, United Kingdom127 contributions49 helpful votes
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Stopped here for a couple of hours on a trip from Icmeler, the journey was very long but the destination was worth it. Wear some sensible shoes/Trainers as you can walk through the canyons river, not very deep but lots of slippy rocks. Wish I'd of had time to go down the river on a donut.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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netia1128 wrote a review Oct 21
Denver, Colorado472 contributions88 helpful votes
There is a tiny little boardwalk at the entrance, maybe a couple hundred meters, and then you need to wade through a stretch of super cold, fast moving water to make it into the canyon. The canyon itself is mostly devoid of water except for scattered puddles. You can walk about 4 km without a guide and equipment, and enjoy the different formations in the canyon along the way. Nothing spectacular, but a nice afternoon.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Marius Alexandru wrote a review Oct 20
Bucharest, Romania2,307 contributions841 helpful votes
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A fabulous canyon that totally deserves the chance to be visited. Simply stunning views, and the walk through it it’s not as difficult as it might look like as long as you have the right shoes and you’re ready for the ice cold water from the beginning.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Daniela B wrote a review Oct 18
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Great experience, amazing nature, very friendly and professional guide. We visited the canyon in October, the weather was nice, 30° and the water good.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Scott and Michael wrote a review Oct 17
Bwlch, United Kingdom18 contributions1 helpful vote
Okay! it was a nice trip out on a cloudy day. The freezing water crossing was fun, but that is where the fun ended. It was just a little boring to be honest... making our way up to the waterfall was easy - but would be difficult for people with mobility issues as climbing is required. Clearly water levels were low, but the waterfall was a real build up to a small pool and lots of flies. The restaurants and areas surrounding the falls was really nice and worth a visit alone, but don't rush out with high expectations and don't pay the £30 per person we were quoted for the trip. We spent roughly £6 for access and £50 for lunch (for 6 adults), could have spent a little more for the rapids trip.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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