Pamukkale Photos

Pamukkale Photos

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We traveled from Gumbet to Pamukkale by bus. It took us 4 hours to drive. Pamukkale is a natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey.  The word Pamukkale means “cotton castle” as it is surrounded by the mountains of white color like a cotton. The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. 

We traveled to Pamukkale with a group of tourists and had a guide who gave us an information about sightseeings in English language. I wasn’t able to follow the guide as I was traveling with my family and kids. It takes more energy and time when you travel with kids 🙂  Unfortunately we had a limited time, just  2.5 hours to walk in Pamukkale. During this time we could only change our outfits and swim in a main hot spring and one travertine. The rocks in travertines was slippery and we had to take off our shoes. Wearing shows is prohibited to protect the deposits. It was a challenge for us to walk in travertines with kids on bare foot. We left many interesting things to see due to limited time. I advice you to spend at least one day in Pamukkale if you want to see everything. 

  Taking selfie with my daughter on a bus, the way to Pamukkale

  
 Entrance to Pamukkale

Everybody take their shoes off and wash feet in mineral water

 Hot mineral spring in Pamukkale

   Tourists swim in mineral warm water in Pamuklale

Ge tired after a long trip 🙂 Taking a rest at the exit of Pamukkale

More photos coming soon..

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