Discover ancient city Tlos, enjoy Yakapark and Saklikent Canyon. This tour includes enterance fees, pick up&drop off service, private transportation and accompany a expert tour guide during the tour. daily Private Tlos Saklikent Tour STARTS FROM Fethiye. But we can still offer you different options. If you would like, you can start this tour from Istanbul, Pamukkale, Ephesus, cappadocia, antalya or other destinations in turkey. From these destinations, transportation can be by plane including flight ticket (If domestic flights are possible) or by bus including intercity bus ticket or vip transfer with an A/C luxury minivan or minibus. Up to your wishes, We can do our best. If you have any question in your mind, You can send your enquiry via the form below.
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After pick up , we proceed to Tlos ancient city to see its ruins.
Tlos Ancient City,which is located on the western slopes of Akdaglar, is an important city in Western
Lycia settlement. According to the ancient sources, the city, which is distinguished with its defendable mountainous terrain and location reaching over Xanthos Valley, is accepted to have been established by the hero Tloos .The fact that history of the city which began during the earlier periods is supported by various ceramics, hand tools, jeweler, divine figurines and grave remnants which belong to Prehistoric Ages and were discovered during the on-going archeological excavations that began in Tlos in 2005.These findings are dated as of late Neolithic Age and are considered as the earliest archeological findings discovered in Lycia Region until now.
Then we take you through to Yakapark. It consists of a trout farm and adjoining restaurant. Both are constructed in a charmingly eccentric style, with mountain views as well as a cold spring running through the property.Here we have a lunch break.
It is among the canyons that attract the most attention of tourists in Turkey. Saklikent, meaning “hidden city” in Turkish,one of the deepest canyons in the world. It was opened to the public as a national park in 1996. It has a height of 300 m and a length of 18 km The entrance to Saklikent is by a suspended passageway mounted on to the western wall. The first one or two kilometers can be covered by everyone including the children.
End of the Tour.