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Marmaris: Dalyan Turtle Beach Tour with Mud Bath & Lunch

Marmaris: Dalyan Turtle Beach Tour with Mud Bath & Lunch

Hotel Pickup: We pick you up from the hotel you are staying in Marmaris at 08:30 in the morning. Arrival to Dalyan: After about an hour’s bus ride, we arrive at the mud baths in Dalyan. Famous Mud Baths: Dalyan is famous for its sulphurous hot springs and rejuvenating baths, naturally made on the confluences to Dalyan river. One of those naturally made miracles is the famous spa. Here you will get a chance to cover yourself with the mineral mud baths and relax. Basically, you will have some amazing fun time playing in the mud, while also benefitting your health. Lunch:Once our local cuisine chefs prepare a delectable meal, we will eat in our restaurant near the river canal. You will be able to enjoy the magnificent view, while our guides tell you several legends about our surroundings. Enjoy your food while listening to some amazing stories and myths about the ancient Rock Tombs at the city site of Caunos. Dalyan River: After visiting the famous mud baths, we will board a lovely river boat and sail across the great river canal of Dalyan. The crossing of this captivating lake is an outstanding experience all by itself. Dalyan rşver gathers its power from several rivers and mountain streams, and then it narrows at one point and flows to the Turtle Beach. Turtle Beach: Once the lunch is over, you will get to swim near the Turtle beach, and if you’re lucky enough you will be able to see the Loggerhead turtles moving around the beach. Returning to Marmaris: After Marmaris Dalyan & Turtle Beach Tour ends and you leave the boat, our bus will drive you back to your hotel in Marmaris at approximately 6pm.

From Marmaris: Dalyan Cruise, Turtle Beach & Mud Baths

From Marmaris: Dalyan Cruise, Turtle Beach & Mud Baths

Enjoy a relaxing full-day tour of Dalyan on Turkey’s Lycian Coast, sailing by boat across the turquoise sea to Turtle Beach (officially known as Iztuzu Beach). Departing from Marmaris, admire the remarkable rock cut tombs of the Kings of Kaunos along the coast. Founded around the 9th-century BC on the border of the Kingdom of Lycia, Kaunos became an important Carian city around 400 BC and its culture reflected aspects of both kingdoms. The tombs were designated for the kings and other powerful people of the city, and filled with food, money, jewelry and other valuable items. Marvel at the Dalyan Canal as it weaves its way from Köyceğiz Lake to the beach, a peninsula jutting out from the mainland. Famous for the endangered loggerhead turtles (Caretta Caretta) that lay their eggs in the sand, as well as blue crab, the beach is now protected to help conserve the turtles, making it out of bounds to the public from May through September. Jump into a mud bath for an indulgent and therapeutic wallow before your return transfer to Marmaris.

From Fethiye: Dalyan Day Trip with Mud Bath and Turtle Beach

From Fethiye: Dalyan Day Trip with Mud Bath and Turtle Beach

When joining our Dalyan Tour from Fethiye, you can expect to unfold the natural beauty of Dalyan River, and to create long lasting memories. The excursion begins in the morning, when a bus picks you up from your hotel in Fethiye. A professional driver will transfer you, for almost 40 minutes, towards the starting point of the boat trip. As the excursion is guided by a professional guide, expect to get a complete overview of the area’s history and importance. The schedule is designed in such way to offer you the best images of the area. When at the port, you will enter a spacious boat, and make yourself comfortable on the decks for an unforgettable river cruise. The boat trip is a great opportunity to unwind, snap some photos, and observe the unspoiled surroundings. At a point, you will be able to see the 4th century BC, rock-cut tombs of the ancient city of Caunos. An interesting stop takes place at the mud baths. During this time, you can enter the mud pools, and enjoy a relaxing and revitalise mud bath. The mud is known for its high concentration in minerals, and for having beneficial outcomes for the muscles and skin. The excursion’s highlight is, of course, the visit at the point where the river meets the sea. Turtle Beach is one of the most famous places in the area, as you can actually swim in both, the river, and the sea! The sandy terrain and the exceptionally tranquil setting are about to take your breath away. If you are lucky enough, you may spot some careta turtles. The tour finishes in the afternoon, when the bus drops you off back at your hotel in Fethiye.

Dalyan: Full–Day Mud Bath & Turtle Beach Tour from Fethiye

Dalyan: Full–Day Mud Bath & Turtle Beach Tour from Fethiye

Enjoy a relaxing full-day tour of Dalyan on Turkey’s Lycian Coast, sailing by boat across the turquoise sea to Turtle Beach, officially known as Iztuzu Beach. Departing from Fethiye, admire the remarkable rock cut tombs of the Kings of Kaunos along the coast. Founded around the 9th century B.C. on the border of the Kingdom of Lycia, Kaunos became an important Carian city around 400 B.C. and its culture reflected aspects of both kingdoms. The tombs were designated for the kings and other powerful people of the city, and filled with food, money, jewelry and other valuable items. Marvel at the Dalyan Canal as it weaves its way from Köyceğiz Lake to the beach, a peninsula jutting out from the mainland. Famous for the endangered loggerhead turtles that lay their eggs in the sand, as well as blue crab, the beach is now protected to help conserve the turtles, making it out of bounds to the public from May through September. Jump into a mud bath for an indulgent and therapeutic wallow before your return transfer to Fethiye.

Sarigerme: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, Mud Bath, & King Tombs Tour

Sarigerme: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, Mud Bath, & King Tombs Tour

Arrive in Dalyan and board a charming river boat. Set-off and start your tour as you glide across the beautiful Koycegiz Lake. Marvel at this remarkable body of water that provides gorgeous views. Enjoy a rejuvenating dip in a mud bath amongst hot springs known for their high-quality minerals. Finish your relaxing bath and take a refreshing fresh-water shower afterwards as you clean up. Stop for lunch and indulge in an open buffet in a cute restaurant as your guide entertains you with knowledge about the scenery around you. Finish your lunch and take a break near the ancient rock tombs of Caunos. Be amazed by these impressive tombs that are said to be built high up into the mountain so that angels could reach the deceased with ease. Listen as your guide informs you about the history of this incredible site. See the gorgeous Turtle beach and take a swim nearby. Relax in the waters along a 4.5-kilometer stretch of coast that consists of the salt water of the Mediterranean and the fresh waters of the Dalyan River. Try your luck and potentially spot the protected species, the Loggerhead Turtles. Finish your activities at Turtle Beach and return to Sarigerme at around 6:00 PM.

Bodrum: Dalyan Mud Baths & Iztuzu Beach Day Trip with Lunch

Bodrum: Dalyan Mud Baths & Iztuzu Beach Day Trip with Lunch

Soak in the mud baths of Dalyan, see the ancient rock-cut tombs of Caunos, and watch out for turtles at Iztuzu Beach on a tour from Bodrum. Have a lunch made of local dishes by the riverside and enjoy boat rides between attractions as well. Your tour begins in the morning with a pickup from your hotel in Bodrum. Hop on the bus and sit back as you pass by beautiful landscapes during your drive. Stop for a breakfast break (which is at your own expense) on the way. Arrive in the quaint town of Dalyan and board a boat to reach the mud baths and spa with thermal pools. Revitalize in a mud bath that contains sulfur and other elements said to be beneficial for your skin and help you to loosen up. Relax at the spa before having lunch by the riverside. After lunch, make your way to the former city of Caunos, founded around the 9th century BC. Once a Mediterranean port, Caunos is now known for its rock-cut tombs of kings and important people. Visit the tombs and hear about the grieving rituals of pagans and unfortunate grave robbing. From Caunos head to the sea by boat and arrive at Iztuzu Beach, otherwise known as Turtle Beach. See the over 4 miles of sandy beach stretch and go to the turtle rehabilitation station to learn how the loggerhead sea turtles nest and care for their eggs at the beach and see them if you are lucky. Take an hour and a half to spend at Iztuzu Beach before boarding your boat back to Dalyan to catch your return bus to Bodrum. On the way back to your hotel, have a short refreshment break (at your own expense) at a restaurant.

From Marmaris: Day Trip to Dalyan with Lunch

From Marmaris: Day Trip to Dalyan with Lunch

Be collected from your accommodation in Marmaris at 8:30 AM and travel 45 minutes to Koycegiz. When you arrive, board your riverboat and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Koycegiz Lake. Visit the thermal springs and mud baths, which provide secret health benefits. The waters are rich in blue-hydrogen and radon, which relieve joint pain and aid the musculoskeletal system. In the vicinity of the village of Dalyan, there are 12 springs with different chemical compositions of water. Continue your tour and sail through the narrow ducts of the river. See rock tombs built between the 5th and 4th centuries BC during the oligarchy of the ancient city of Kaunos. They are the best examples of Lycian graves in the territory of Turkey. Return to your boat and be served a mouth-watering meal. The final stop will be at Turtle Beach. The unique sandy Iztuzu beach is where Caretta-Caretta turtles lay their eggs. The beach is a natural reserve and is under state protection but you can swim in the freshwater lake beside the beach. If you are lucky, you will see turtles on the beach. In the evening, from May to October, the beach is closed. Be dropped off at your accommodation around 7:30 PM. 

From Bodrum: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, and Mud Baths Day Trip

From Bodrum: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, and Mud Baths Day Trip

Embark on a unique journey through Dalyan and the surrounding areas. Drive from Bodrum to Dalyan, a small town unspoiled by buildings. Take a boat trip to the Iztuzu Beach, visit the sulfur baths, and explore the ancient city of Caunos. Take a 45-minute boat trip to the Iztuzu Beach, which is famed as one of the last nesting areas for the Caretta caretta Sea Turtles. Between May and September, the female turtles come to the beach to lay their eggs, care for them, and finally take their young to sea. Take a 15-minute boat trip to the sulfur baths, which is a unique and rewarding experience. The mud at the baths contains sulfur and other elements that are beneficial to your skin and make you feel refreshed and revitalized. There is a small spa here where you can relax and be pampered. Visit Caunos, the ancient city located near modern Dalyan. Caunos was founded in the 9th century BC. Once a Mediterranean city port, it now lies several kilometers from the sea, due to silt build-up from the Dalyan River. Caunos is famous for its rock-cut tombs. These tombs were graves for the kings and gentry of the city. As the pagans believed in resurrection, they placed food, money, jewelry, and other valuables at the entrance of the tombs. Unfortunately, due to grave robbing, these items do not remain today.

Marmaris: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, and Kizilkum Bay Boat Tour

Marmaris: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, and Kizilkum Bay Boat Tour

Embark on a boat trip from Marmaris to Dalyan and Turtle Beach. Relax on the sunbeds, enjoy a drink from the bar, and take a dip in the crystal-clear waters of Kizilkum Bay. Start your day with pickup from your hotel and head to the harbor of Marmaris. Board your boat and set off through the crystal-clear blue waters of the Mediterranean. Relax on the sunbeds and swim in the crystal-clear waters of Kizilkum Bay. Continue to the Dalyan delta, where you can see the ancient rock tombs of Kaunos. Stop at the famous Iztuzu Beach, also known as Turtle Beach, where you can see the loggerhead turtles that nest on the golden sands. Relax and become younger in mudbaths. After some time on the beach, board the boat and enjoy a delicious lunch on board. Return to Marmaris in the late afternoon and end your tour with drop-off back at your hotel.

Icmeler Dalyan Köyceğiz (By Bus)

Icmeler Dalyan Köyceğiz (By Bus)

Will unite Dalyan and Köyceğiz, the two of the most beautiful regions in the Aegean cost. The wonderful lake Köyceğiz, the reeds of Dalyan, the historical tombs and the Iztuzu Beach, which are very close to these two points. How to Get to Dalyan from Icmeler? There are two ways to go to Dalyan from Marmaris. The first one is to reach Dalyan by the big boat and the second one is to go to the shore of Lake Koycegiz and enjoy the boats with both lake and Dalyan reeds. If you go by sea, you will spend about 3 hours on the boat. However, it is much more logical to go to Dalyan by bus. Moreover, you will see the Lake Köyceğiz in this way. With Koycegiz And Dalyan Tour, you can visit Dalyan by bus, which is quite modern, comfortable and fully-equipped. Now, let us tell you where we will head to during this amazing journey. Koycegiz Lake The first stop of our Koycegiz And Dalyan Tour Lake Koycegiz is one of the largest lakes in the region and has great views. After coming to Köyceğiz, we will get off the bus and take the small boats and enjoy the Köyceğiz Lake for about 45 minutes. Dalyan Reeds and King Cemeteries You will love both the color of the water and the magic of the environment during our trip in the reeds of Dalyan. It is difficult to find a place where nature and historical heritage are so intertwined. Moreover, during the course of the reeds, you will see the wonderful tombs that are processed in the mountains and you will be informed about the history of the region by our guide. Dalyan Mud Bath One of the most popular stops in Dalyan is the world famous mud bath. We will stay here about 1 hour. With that, you will have a relaxing and amazing session of mud bath theraphy. Iztuzu Beach (Turtle Beach) and Caretta Carettas Iztuzu Beach’s reputation has exceeded the borders of the country. There are tens of certificates issued by various organizations of the world. Apart from the beauty of the sea and the beach, this beach is stopping point for caretta carettas. In other words, these water turtles use this beach to spawn. If you are on your lucky day, you may come across a caretta caretta that takes your head out of the water.

İztuzu Beach: Our most recommended tours and activities

Marmaris: Dalyan Turtle Beach Tour with Mud Bath & Lunch

Marmaris: Dalyan Turtle Beach Tour with Mud Bath & Lunch

Hotel Pickup: We pick you up from the hotel you are staying in Marmaris at 08:30 in the morning. Arrival to Dalyan: After about an hour’s bus ride, we arrive at the mud baths in Dalyan. Famous Mud Baths: Dalyan is famous for its sulphurous hot springs and rejuvenating baths, naturally made on the confluences to Dalyan river. One of those naturally made miracles is the famous spa. Here you will get a chance to cover yourself with the mineral mud baths and relax. Basically, you will have some amazing fun time playing in the mud, while also benefitting your health. Lunch:Once our local cuisine chefs prepare a delectable meal, we will eat in our restaurant near the river canal. You will be able to enjoy the magnificent view, while our guides tell you several legends about our surroundings. Enjoy your food while listening to some amazing stories and myths about the ancient Rock Tombs at the city site of Caunos. Dalyan River: After visiting the famous mud baths, we will board a lovely river boat and sail across the great river canal of Dalyan. The crossing of this captivating lake is an outstanding experience all by itself. Dalyan rşver gathers its power from several rivers and mountain streams, and then it narrows at one point and flows to the Turtle Beach. Turtle Beach: Once the lunch is over, you will get to swim near the Turtle beach, and if you’re lucky enough you will be able to see the Loggerhead turtles moving around the beach. Returning to Marmaris: After Marmaris Dalyan & Turtle Beach Tour ends and you leave the boat, our bus will drive you back to your hotel in Marmaris at approximately 6pm.

From Marmaris: Dalyan Cruise, Turtle Beach & Mud Baths

From Marmaris: Dalyan Cruise, Turtle Beach & Mud Baths

Enjoy a relaxing full-day tour of Dalyan on Turkey’s Lycian Coast, sailing by boat across the turquoise sea to Turtle Beach (officially known as Iztuzu Beach). Departing from Marmaris, admire the remarkable rock cut tombs of the Kings of Kaunos along the coast. Founded around the 9th-century BC on the border of the Kingdom of Lycia, Kaunos became an important Carian city around 400 BC and its culture reflected aspects of both kingdoms. The tombs were designated for the kings and other powerful people of the city, and filled with food, money, jewelry and other valuable items. Marvel at the Dalyan Canal as it weaves its way from Köyceğiz Lake to the beach, a peninsula jutting out from the mainland. Famous for the endangered loggerhead turtles (Caretta Caretta) that lay their eggs in the sand, as well as blue crab, the beach is now protected to help conserve the turtles, making it out of bounds to the public from May through September. Jump into a mud bath for an indulgent and therapeutic wallow before your return transfer to Marmaris.

From Fethiye: Dalyan Day Trip with Mud Bath and Turtle Beach

From Fethiye: Dalyan Day Trip with Mud Bath and Turtle Beach

When joining our Dalyan Tour from Fethiye, you can expect to unfold the natural beauty of Dalyan River, and to create long lasting memories. The excursion begins in the morning, when a bus picks you up from your hotel in Fethiye. A professional driver will transfer you, for almost 40 minutes, towards the starting point of the boat trip. As the excursion is guided by a professional guide, expect to get a complete overview of the area’s history and importance. The schedule is designed in such way to offer you the best images of the area. When at the port, you will enter a spacious boat, and make yourself comfortable on the decks for an unforgettable river cruise. The boat trip is a great opportunity to unwind, snap some photos, and observe the unspoiled surroundings. At a point, you will be able to see the 4th century BC, rock-cut tombs of the ancient city of Caunos. An interesting stop takes place at the mud baths. During this time, you can enter the mud pools, and enjoy a relaxing and revitalise mud bath. The mud is known for its high concentration in minerals, and for having beneficial outcomes for the muscles and skin. The excursion’s highlight is, of course, the visit at the point where the river meets the sea. Turtle Beach is one of the most famous places in the area, as you can actually swim in both, the river, and the sea! The sandy terrain and the exceptionally tranquil setting are about to take your breath away. If you are lucky enough, you may spot some careta turtles. The tour finishes in the afternoon, when the bus drops you off back at your hotel in Fethiye.

Dalyan: Full–Day Mud Bath & Turtle Beach Tour from Fethiye

Dalyan: Full–Day Mud Bath & Turtle Beach Tour from Fethiye

Enjoy a relaxing full-day tour of Dalyan on Turkey’s Lycian Coast, sailing by boat across the turquoise sea to Turtle Beach, officially known as Iztuzu Beach. Departing from Fethiye, admire the remarkable rock cut tombs of the Kings of Kaunos along the coast. Founded around the 9th century B.C. on the border of the Kingdom of Lycia, Kaunos became an important Carian city around 400 B.C. and its culture reflected aspects of both kingdoms. The tombs were designated for the kings and other powerful people of the city, and filled with food, money, jewelry and other valuable items. Marvel at the Dalyan Canal as it weaves its way from Köyceğiz Lake to the beach, a peninsula jutting out from the mainland. Famous for the endangered loggerhead turtles that lay their eggs in the sand, as well as blue crab, the beach is now protected to help conserve the turtles, making it out of bounds to the public from May through September. Jump into a mud bath for an indulgent and therapeutic wallow before your return transfer to Fethiye.

Sarigerme: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, Mud Bath, & King Tombs Tour

Sarigerme: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, Mud Bath, & King Tombs Tour

Arrive in Dalyan and board a charming river boat. Set-off and start your tour as you glide across the beautiful Koycegiz Lake. Marvel at this remarkable body of water that provides gorgeous views. Enjoy a rejuvenating dip in a mud bath amongst hot springs known for their high-quality minerals. Finish your relaxing bath and take a refreshing fresh-water shower afterwards as you clean up. Stop for lunch and indulge in an open buffet in a cute restaurant as your guide entertains you with knowledge about the scenery around you. Finish your lunch and take a break near the ancient rock tombs of Caunos. Be amazed by these impressive tombs that are said to be built high up into the mountain so that angels could reach the deceased with ease. Listen as your guide informs you about the history of this incredible site. See the gorgeous Turtle beach and take a swim nearby. Relax in the waters along a 4.5-kilometer stretch of coast that consists of the salt water of the Mediterranean and the fresh waters of the Dalyan River. Try your luck and potentially spot the protected species, the Loggerhead Turtles. Finish your activities at Turtle Beach and return to Sarigerme at around 6:00 PM.

Bodrum: Dalyan Mud Baths & Iztuzu Beach Day Trip with Lunch

Bodrum: Dalyan Mud Baths & Iztuzu Beach Day Trip with Lunch

Soak in the mud baths of Dalyan, see the ancient rock-cut tombs of Caunos, and watch out for turtles at Iztuzu Beach on a tour from Bodrum. Have a lunch made of local dishes by the riverside and enjoy boat rides between attractions as well. Your tour begins in the morning with a pickup from your hotel in Bodrum. Hop on the bus and sit back as you pass by beautiful landscapes during your drive. Stop for a breakfast break (which is at your own expense) on the way. Arrive in the quaint town of Dalyan and board a boat to reach the mud baths and spa with thermal pools. Revitalize in a mud bath that contains sulfur and other elements said to be beneficial for your skin and help you to loosen up. Relax at the spa before having lunch by the riverside. After lunch, make your way to the former city of Caunos, founded around the 9th century BC. Once a Mediterranean port, Caunos is now known for its rock-cut tombs of kings and important people. Visit the tombs and hear about the grieving rituals of pagans and unfortunate grave robbing. From Caunos head to the sea by boat and arrive at Iztuzu Beach, otherwise known as Turtle Beach. See the over 4 miles of sandy beach stretch and go to the turtle rehabilitation station to learn how the loggerhead sea turtles nest and care for their eggs at the beach and see them if you are lucky. Take an hour and a half to spend at Iztuzu Beach before boarding your boat back to Dalyan to catch your return bus to Bodrum. On the way back to your hotel, have a short refreshment break (at your own expense) at a restaurant.

From Marmaris: Day Trip to Dalyan with Lunch

From Marmaris: Day Trip to Dalyan with Lunch

Be collected from your accommodation in Marmaris at 8:30 AM and travel 45 minutes to Koycegiz. When you arrive, board your riverboat and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Koycegiz Lake. Visit the thermal springs and mud baths, which provide secret health benefits. The waters are rich in blue-hydrogen and radon, which relieve joint pain and aid the musculoskeletal system. In the vicinity of the village of Dalyan, there are 12 springs with different chemical compositions of water. Continue your tour and sail through the narrow ducts of the river. See rock tombs built between the 5th and 4th centuries BC during the oligarchy of the ancient city of Kaunos. They are the best examples of Lycian graves in the territory of Turkey. Return to your boat and be served a mouth-watering meal. The final stop will be at Turtle Beach. The unique sandy Iztuzu beach is where Caretta-Caretta turtles lay their eggs. The beach is a natural reserve and is under state protection but you can swim in the freshwater lake beside the beach. If you are lucky, you will see turtles on the beach. In the evening, from May to October, the beach is closed. Be dropped off at your accommodation around 7:30 PM. 

From Bodrum: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, and Mud Baths Day Trip

From Bodrum: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, and Mud Baths Day Trip

Embark on a unique journey through Dalyan and the surrounding areas. Drive from Bodrum to Dalyan, a small town unspoiled by buildings. Take a boat trip to the Iztuzu Beach, visit the sulfur baths, and explore the ancient city of Caunos. Take a 45-minute boat trip to the Iztuzu Beach, which is famed as one of the last nesting areas for the Caretta caretta Sea Turtles. Between May and September, the female turtles come to the beach to lay their eggs, care for them, and finally take their young to sea. Take a 15-minute boat trip to the sulfur baths, which is a unique and rewarding experience. The mud at the baths contains sulfur and other elements that are beneficial to your skin and make you feel refreshed and revitalized. There is a small spa here where you can relax and be pampered. Visit Caunos, the ancient city located near modern Dalyan. Caunos was founded in the 9th century BC. Once a Mediterranean city port, it now lies several kilometers from the sea, due to silt build-up from the Dalyan River. Caunos is famous for its rock-cut tombs. These tombs were graves for the kings and gentry of the city. As the pagans believed in resurrection, they placed food, money, jewelry, and other valuables at the entrance of the tombs. Unfortunately, due to grave robbing, these items do not remain today.

Marmaris: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, and Kizilkum Bay Boat Tour

Marmaris: Dalyan, Turtle Beach, and Kizilkum Bay Boat Tour

Embark on a boat trip from Marmaris to Dalyan and Turtle Beach. Relax on the sunbeds, enjoy a drink from the bar, and take a dip in the crystal-clear waters of Kizilkum Bay. Start your day with pickup from your hotel and head to the harbor of Marmaris. Board your boat and set off through the crystal-clear blue waters of the Mediterranean. Relax on the sunbeds and swim in the crystal-clear waters of Kizilkum Bay. Continue to the Dalyan delta, where you can see the ancient rock tombs of Kaunos. Stop at the famous Iztuzu Beach, also known as Turtle Beach, where you can see the loggerhead turtles that nest on the golden sands. Relax and become younger in mudbaths. After some time on the beach, board the boat and enjoy a delicious lunch on board. Return to Marmaris in the late afternoon and end your tour with drop-off back at your hotel.

Icmeler Dalyan Köyceğiz (By Bus)

Icmeler Dalyan Köyceğiz (By Bus)

Will unite Dalyan and Köyceğiz, the two of the most beautiful regions in the Aegean cost. The wonderful lake Köyceğiz, the reeds of Dalyan, the historical tombs and the Iztuzu Beach, which are very close to these two points. How to Get to Dalyan from Icmeler? There are two ways to go to Dalyan from Marmaris. The first one is to reach Dalyan by the big boat and the second one is to go to the shore of Lake Koycegiz and enjoy the boats with both lake and Dalyan reeds. If you go by sea, you will spend about 3 hours on the boat. However, it is much more logical to go to Dalyan by bus. Moreover, you will see the Lake Köyceğiz in this way. With Koycegiz And Dalyan Tour, you can visit Dalyan by bus, which is quite modern, comfortable and fully-equipped. Now, let us tell you where we will head to during this amazing journey. Koycegiz Lake The first stop of our Koycegiz And Dalyan Tour Lake Koycegiz is one of the largest lakes in the region and has great views. After coming to Köyceğiz, we will get off the bus and take the small boats and enjoy the Köyceğiz Lake for about 45 minutes. Dalyan Reeds and King Cemeteries You will love both the color of the water and the magic of the environment during our trip in the reeds of Dalyan. It is difficult to find a place where nature and historical heritage are so intertwined. Moreover, during the course of the reeds, you will see the wonderful tombs that are processed in the mountains and you will be informed about the history of the region by our guide. Dalyan Mud Bath One of the most popular stops in Dalyan is the world famous mud bath. We will stay here about 1 hour. With that, you will have a relaxing and amazing session of mud bath theraphy. Iztuzu Beach (Turtle Beach) and Caretta Carettas Iztuzu Beach’s reputation has exceeded the borders of the country. There are tens of certificates issued by various organizations of the world. Apart from the beauty of the sea and the beach, this beach is stopping point for caretta carettas. In other words, these water turtles use this beach to spawn. If you are on your lucky day, you may come across a caretta caretta that takes your head out of the water.

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4.2
(26 reviews)

It was a fantastic trip. Dimitri is an amazing guide, really funny, very engaged in what he does. I strongly recommend booking the trip the soonest you can!

the tour was well prepared. the guide was very knowledgeable and gave us good information overall

This is a must do, the beach is amazing. The mud baths are lots of fun

Great trip kerim was a great tour guide and very knowledgeable

Great tour, good value for money and the best guide Dimitri