There are some amazing excursions on offer when you are here in Dalyan that can be booked with Tourism agents in Dalyan, here is some information below before you arrive:
Private Dalyan Boat Cruise
Spend the day visiting Sultaniye’s natural mud baths and volcanic hot springs on the edge of the stunning Köyceğiz Lake, watching colorful Kingfishers, or sail past the Kings Rock Tombs then down to Iztuzu Beach where you may well see the Caretta Caretta Sea Turtle.
12 Islands Gulet Cruise
Relax and unwind upon a beautiful luxury boat sailing from Göcek around the famous 12 islands, on either a day tour or overnight packages. There are many options of boat from standard size gulets to mega yachts and motorboats.
Daily Boat Tours
Step onto one of the most popular and luxurious boats in Dalyan for a tour to Ekincik or Bacardi Bay; fantastic food, fully stocked bar, and if you go to Ekincik the chance to go on banana boats and do sea snorkeling.
Moonlight Boat Tour
Enjoy relaxing music, eat fantastic Turkish food with a glass of chilled wine whilst floating below the stars on KoyceAYiz Lake. Pure bliss!
All tackle and baits provided, all day fishing then you can grill and eat what you catch.
Early morning trip onto the lake where you can see many species of interesting birds, from White Tailed Eagles to Red-rumped swallows and, of course, the beautiful Kingfisher.
Accompanied by fully trained divers who will guide you through your first dive or simply stay with you as you make friends with the fish, see great underwater sights which even include an old ship wreck!
Turkish Hamam and Massage
Highly recommended for anyone, even children, great for your skin, totally relaxing and even better for your tan! Amazing value for money, the spa also offers many other treatments such as pedicures, manicures and facials to name a few.
One of the most thrilling ways to see the scenery, you visit Yuvarlakcay, Asi Bay Beach, and also drive up to Bozburun Hill, 600 metres above sea level, where you can photograph the spectacular views of Dalyan, Köyceğiz Lake and Iztuzu Turtle Beach. This tour guarantees LOTS of fun, laughter and special memories.
Ephesus and Pamukkale
Ephesus and Pamukkale tour is 2 day tour with 1 luxury overnight stay. The first day takes you to the 3000 years old town of Ephesus, one of the “Seven Churches of Revelation”. Visit St. John Basilica and the Temple of Diana, one of the “Seven Wonders of the Ancient World”. Visit the Museum, the Greco-Roman City of Ephesus, Marble Street, Odeon, Bouleterinon, Temple of Hadrian and Serapis, Agora, Library of Celcius, Great Theatre, Double Church, Arcadian Way and Gate of Magnesia.
Day 2 takes us to Pamukkale (Cotton Castle) near Denizli. A beautiful and spectacular natural site, unique in the world with thermal spring waters that have carved this fantastic formation of limestone terraces and pools.
Salikent Canyon and Tlos
Saklikent is a 15km canyon, one of the longest in the world that you can walk through, and have fun in. In the afternoon you will visit one of the most important and atmospheric cities of the ancient Lycian Federation. Tlos is one of the largest settlements of Lycians who settled in the area between Caria and Pamphylia.
White Water Rafting
Discover wild nature, breathtaking scenery and adventure on the Dalaman River.
A full or half day on horse back, trekking around lush forests on traditional Turkish horses, stopping to enjoy the scenery, local wildlife and picnic in the forest. The horses are very safe, ideal for small children and non-riders. If you are an experienced rider there are other options available for showjumping / dressage lessons in a 5* equestrian facility.
Thrill-seekers can fly like a bird in the sky taking off at 1,900m with an average mid-air duration of 40 minutes landing nearby to Oludeniz.
Water / Aqua Park
Spend a day at the Aquapark where you can have lots of fun on the Open Slide, Black Hole, Multislide or Kamikaze; there is a large shallow area for smaller children with slides and games.
Fethiye Market and Blue Lagoon
Visit Fethiye’s local market, the deserted Greek village Kayakoy and Oludeniz, also known as the Blue Lagoon, one of the most photographed scenes in Turkey. (Oludeniz featured in Skyfall, the most recent James Bond film.)
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