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Goynuk Canyon

Goynuk, Turkey
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About Goynuk Canyon
#1 Ranked Tour in the area!!! Get ready for an amazing adventure while witnessing the miracle of nature! Our Canyon sculpted by water over 2 million years offer an adventure that is vastly different than anything you have experienced before. You will enjoy going through the sets nature has prepared for you while you cool down in crystal clear water that gush out from the mountains. A true fun adventure fort he whole family and friends! Also try what our Zipline tour has to offer you! 40 meters above ground, travelling at speeds that reach 65km/h our Goynuk Canyon Zipline Course consists of 2 lines and a hung bridge that makes you laugh unintentionally as it sways with each step you take.
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Gemma wrote a review Today
Maidstone, United Kingdom12 contributions11 helpful votes
A group of 19 us went to the canyon with ages ranging from 5 to 74. We all had a great time. On arrival we spoke to the reception staff and decided that some of us (including the youngest and the oldest) would do the boat trip (300 lira each with the 5 year old being free) and 10 people did the body rafting/canyoning (450 lira each). You have to walk from the entrance to the first ‘section’ of the experience, where this is a cafe and toilets. Here you can either get the jeep up the mountain or walk. Our group did a mixture, with the walk taking about 25 minutes (uphill in the heat). We got to the top and split into our groups of boat trips and body rafters. The boat trip was very nice and relaxing. You do not get wet if you don’t want to and it was a pleasant experience. It only lasts about 10 minutes. Afterwards, some of us got in the water - it was freezing!! Those doing the body rafting included two 7 year olds. One loved it, one didn’t. So I think it’s down to east individual. The rest of the group said it was amazing. Just be prepared for how cold the water is. On the way back down, you have to walk unless though the jeep driver offered the oldest and youngest in our party a lift. You can swim at various points on the way back down if you want. At the top there is a toilet, though this was disgusting and is why I won’t give full marks. If you pay that amount of money for an experience I think you should have clean toilets, with toilet paper and soap. Overall a worthwhile experience and we saw some amazing sites.
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Samantha Walford wrote a review Jul 2022
6 contributions8 helpful votes
Goynuk Canyon is a hidden gem. But the website does not give enough information, so I will try to describe it the best I can for others. When you arrive the car can drop you off directly at the entrance. There is immediately ice cream, snacks and drinks available here. There is also a small gathering off animals for children to look at. At the ticket booth they have a t.v screen to show you examples of the activities you can do most things are roughly about £17 each and pay on card but there is no time limits on anything or a set time you have to be anywhere, you take as long as you need to get there. From there you walk around 500m to the next check point, this is on a dirt track that is mainly flat, not too hard for most people the only difficulty was there was little shade from the hot sun but when you get to the end there is over cover bench areas, a stream in which you can paddle and deeper water to swim if you wish, also more refreshments including ice cream, at this point you will need cash. It is also where the Zip lining is. What I didn't realise is there are 3 different heights which you can choose which to do, stay with 1 or mix it up with all 3. This is where you can get the Jeep up the hill to the main Canyon, some people decide to walk the 2.5km which is uphill, on a rough track with jeeps driving up. The jeeps come about every 5-10 minutes and it is a rush of people fighting to get in. When you get to the top you then have to walk down an extremely steep hill of about 30-40m there are steps to the right hand side which makes it slightly easier. Once down there, you will see more cafes across the bridge and before. Round to the left is a booth where you show your ticket and can purchase a waterproof case for your phone for €6 (highly recommend) . There is then decking to walk by lockers and where you have attendances helping you get kitted out with life jackets, helmets and swim shoes, In the winter months they will also give you wet suits. From here you can take the boat ride (dingys) which does not involve you getting wet or canyoning where you can swim along the boats, so if some of your party wants to go swimming but the other wants to stay dry you can. Warning, the water is FREEZING, it was 43 degrees when we went but that did not change the temperature. You swim round the Canyon, at first it deep and can't touch the floor but there is a rope on the left if you have anyone a bit under confident. After a while the water becomes more and more shallow until you have to walk over it. There are many photo opportunities including a photographer and although it's not lead by a team member, there are plenty about in the boats coming past constantly but not to any inconvenience. Once the water becomes a bit deeper again there is a small water fall, it is small, child size for them to slide down which my son loved. Beyond that is a shirt swim and a rope ladder where you can climb to a cliff and jump off into the deep water. You then turn back the way you came, so if at any point you don't want to do something you don't have to. There is no time limit and you can swim as long as you want. Afterwards we went to the cafe across the bridge, unfortunately we didn't bring enough cash for food and drinks for the 3 of us, I explained I took my card, I should have known they wouldn't take it up the mountain, but the staff were incredibly kind and let me take a drink each and a sandwich with the cash I had, which was so very kind. Afterwards we walked back up the steep hill where they have some sunbeds to rest on in a shaded part of the cliff while you wait for the Jeep to take you back down. We stopped again at the next stop for a paddle to cool down before heading back to the entrance. Was a fantastic experience and I highly recommend it to anyone. I would say anyone who struggles with fitness you can stop at the first stop and still have an enjoyable day. The staff were helpful and kind. But please don't make the same mistake I did and TAKE CASH! 😊
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Date of experience: July 2022
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A Barbu wrote a review Jul 2022
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We had very nice time in there. You can have a lovely day out of the hotel. I recommend you go, but beware you need to be very fit for taking part.
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Date of experience: July 2022
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Vian V wrote a review Jul 2022
Crawley67 contributions43 helpful votes
It was an Amazing half day - safe and beautiful scenery all the way m, we swam 800 meters both ways and did the Zip wire. It was beautiful full of activity day.
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Date of experience: July 2022
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Bexalina wrote a review Jul 2022
Bexalina53 contributions22 helpful votes
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This is perhaps a bit under the radar so I hate to write a review which may help draw crowds as the fact it wasn’t crowded was a huge bonus- but really this is a stunning place to spend a few hours. You can pay an entry fee and just hike and swim in the pools or you can also pay to do zip line and/or body rafting (canyoning). The place is stunning and was just a short taxi from our hotel in Goynuk but only about 20 mins from Kemer. You pay entry and then it’s a short walk to ‘base’ where you can choose to walk to the start of the canyoning or get a ride. We walked in 40 degree heat! It took about 40 mins and was all uphill but we think worthwhile for the views and a cool bridge over the canyon. Once there you get kitted out with helmet, water shoes and life jacket and then get into the pool (it’s freezing!) and begin your journey through the canyon which really is remarkable. So beautiful and other worldly. Sometimes you can walk through the water and sometimes you have to swim. A bit of scrambling too. It’s so much fun. If you can, take a phone or camera for pictures and bring your own waterproof case although they do sell them. I honestly have never experienced anything like it. If you are in the area it has to be on your list!
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