By enrolling in our Saklikent tour, you will be able to explore one of the main elements that what makes Fethiye popular all around the world: A hidden natural paradise on the terrains of Fethiye.
Saklikent Gorge, the second longest gorge of Europe, will please all of your sense organs with its wonderful views, the scents of the nature, tweets of the birds, ice-cold fresh waters, and (if you try) delicious fishes.
Before opening the gates o this heavenly place, though, we will visit impressive locations that will provide cultural historical wealth to us.
In the next paragraphs, you will be able to learn about the places in details; yet, as a start, we can say that we will combine the most significant points of Fethiye in a one tour;
Fethiye Saklikent excursion.
Saklikent Canyon Tour from Fethiye
Before getting into the details of the route, you should make sure that everything that you will need during the Fethiye Saklikent tour is with you.
- For example, since you will be generally outdoors during the entire tour, you should put your hat, sun cream, sunglasses and a bottle of water in your bag.
- Especially along the Saklikent Gorge, we will be hiking and walking a lot; therefore, you should wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Also, if you want to experience the coldness of the waters of the canyon, you may want to prefer wear your swimsuit under your clothes.
- We will see breathtaking landscapes; therefore, you should definitely charge your camera and phone to be able to immortalize those moments.
At the pre-scheduled hour, we will pick you up from the hotel that you stay in Fethiye by our fully-equipped, comfortable and elegant bus.
When you get on the bus, you will be able to our professional and licensed guide who will give interesting information about the places that we will go.
Thus, on our way, you will have an entertaining ride.
The Ancient City of Tlos
The first stop of our Saklikent tour will be the ancient city of Tlos, locates at 4 kilometers northwest of Saklikent Gorge, in Fethiye, Turkey.
Known as the oldest settlement of Lycia, it is also claimed that this ancient site has been the center of their religion with its related structures.
For 4000 years, it has been standing still by carrying the reflections of the eras of Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans.
To the accompaniment of the historical information provided by our guide, you will be observing the graves and grave reliefs, castles, basilicas, temples, theaters and ruins.
To expand your mind and diversify your knowledge about the significant civilizations, benefit from the place and the guide as much as possible before you leave.
Yakapark Village & Yakapark Spring Waters
After exploring the texture of the anciency, we will head to the Yakapark Village. This place is famous with a fish farm; specifically, with the “trout” type of fish.
Its relaxing ambiance, lovely landscape, sincere people and fresh air, we will give a break here. During the free time, you can try delicious dishes or observe the environment.
Then, we will visit one of the natural gems of Fethiye, Yakapark spring waters. The cold water which comes from the kilometers-away-distance floods over the rocks and create oil-painting-like scenes.
The shades of green are dominant in that particular area, and the rattles of the water ornaments this picaresque view.
Therefore, we highly recommend you to take photos as many as possible.
Deserves being the last stop, Saklikent Gorge (also known as Saklikent Canyon) will be the ending point of our Fethiye Saklikent tour.
With an astonishing-level of coldness, the turquoise water splits the high cliffs that reach to the sky.
This fabulous scene is worth exploring deeply; therefore, you can have a private guidance and walk along the gorge.
If you feel tired, though, you can eat or drink something in the local restaurants nearby the gorge. Also, you can swim if you can dare!
When the time is up, we will unite and get on the bus to take you to your hotel.
When you arrive and we say goodbye to each other, our Saklikent Fethiye tour will be over successfully.