Information About Saklikent

How to go to SAKLIKENT ?

Saklikent is a natural beauty on the Antalya-Muğla road. It is visited by thousands of travelers every year and has a high canyon and a sun-protected structure. In the summer heat, it is for cooling, and even if you stay in the cool waters, you may be cold.

You can see a lot of observers and bazaars on the way. According to the region, there are good observations with the products from their own fields and the cheese made from milk from their own animals.

Transportation from SAKLIKENT to the Ancient City of TLOS

Saklikent is also 10km away from the ancient city of Tlos and you can visit the ancient city by minibuses passing through the village of kayadibi.

Geological structure and history of SAKLIKENT

The canyon is formed by seismic waves and is assumed to have occurred in 1200 years. Flowing with an enthusiastic noise, the Esen stream can reach high flow rates in place. If you bring electronic goods, it is safer to log in with water protection apparatus. It is possible to lose your balance and fall at the rate of increased water in the ground.
The entire canyon is eighteen kilometers long and varies between the hundred and six hundred meters. Canyon is also decreasing in width along the way, and even the width falls to two meters.

Within the saklikent Canyon, there is a tea garden with a local seating area consisting of restaurants and sediments. If you like, you can reach out to these sediments and sip your tea accompanied by the enthusiastic voices of the Eşen tea.

SAKLIKENT rafting activity

Also periodically rafting is an inevitable opportunity for a family-friendly activity in the Eşen tea. The adrenaline-filled and safe journey on the Eşen tea flowing with great noise will be a different experience.

If you have visited the saklikent, you should definitely visit the ancient city of Tlos, which is an archaeological site that is not known by humans.

You can reach the ancient city of Tlos with dolmuş passing half an hour from the village of Kayadibi, which you pass through on the way to Saklıkent.

Entry and accommodation fees for Saklıkent 2019

Entrance fees for saklikent are determined as 15 TL and 8 TL for the year 2019. In addition, you can rent or buy Lasik boots in the area because you can not take the rubber boots with you. If you buy the price of rubber boots 15TL kiralarsanız 5TL there is a pricing like.

Saklikent forest protected by the Ministry of Forestry and the first degree is a site, such as accommodation, although you do not have the opportunity to Saklikent, bungalow-style houses on the road or kayadibi village located in the village can provide accommodation in the village.

Excursion route to the Aegean

If you want to create a trip route, you can stop by Selçuk town and parachute freely with THK instructors on your journey starting with the ancient city of Ephesus for Izmir. Then you can continue your journey with the visit of şirince village and you can continue by visiting the beauties of Akbük District of Aydın City and you can buy organic fruits you can find in Söke district.

As you continue to Mugla, you can visit the unique beauty of Salda Lake on your route, which is 2 hours away. In addition, you will make your trip during the winter ski skiers know, but as tourism is not very active can enjoy skiing from the mountains of the Donkey. Stable as a runway at the same time as the entry prices of the ski resort in the ski resort is very affordable compared to most. From here, you can continue along Muğla road and visit beautiful places such as Göcek, Akyaka, Burns, Köyceğiz and enjoy swimming in the blue sea of each bay.

Ölüdeniz paragliding and activities

When you reach Fethiye, you can visit our agency in 35 minutes by minibus to Oludeniz or 20 minutes by car and you can take trips such as paragliding, diving tour, scuba diving tour or Oludeniz boat tour.

To make a reservation immediately and make use of discounted rates, Ölüdeniz tours and activities you can see our page.

Tlos ancient city you can get more detailed information about the ancient city described in our article.

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