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Tlos - Hidden City - Kayapark
First thing we will drive to the ancient City of Tlos, apparantly the oldest city of Lycia region and founded before 2000 BC via archeological excavationswith its large Roman bath and a huge amphitheaterwhere, according to popular belief and local legend, the famous Pegasus winget horse once lived.
Next is Yakapark, which is a protected national park with its tropical gardens and famous for its fish farm.
One of the best places to to taste real turkish pancakes and see the fresh water, running from the mountains down to the valley which you can jump into this freezing water.
After visiting Yakapark, we drive through to local villages whilst making our way to Saklikent.
Saklikent is the second longest canyon in Europe. It is 18 km long and 300 meters deep in some place, with a 20 meter high bridge leading in to the canyon where masses of ice-cold spring water running trough and creating a wild water which you can cross with the help of a rope.
The magnificent appearance of the canyon is a result of thousand of years of erosion by the snowmelt of the Taurus Mountains.
4km of the gorge is walkable after April when the waters have receeded from the snow melt.
This is where we will have lunch, choices for the main course are chicken - fish - meatballs and the open-buffet starters sitting on platforms with the river water flowing beneath you.
Saklikent is definitley a place that must be seen whilst you are in the area.
DAYS AVAILABLE : Wednesday - Sunday
PICK UP TIME : from 8am depending your location
RETURN TIME :6pm
INCLUDED : Lunch -Transport - Tour Guide - Insurance
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