Marmaris Dalyan Turtle Beach Mud Bath & Kings Tombs
Marmaris, Icmeler Dalyan, Turtle Beach With its five-mile long stretch of golden sand Turtle beach, surrounded by salt water on one side and fresh water on the other,the Lycian Rock Tombs and the glorious Mud Baths,
Dalyan remains one of the most unique corners of the Earth. Either by boat or by coach, once in the resort you will be taken further on river boats to visit the sights of Dalyan. The river boat cruise through tall reeds and maze-like passages of the Dalyan Delta and will surely remind you of Humphrey Bogarts's The African Queen.
Stop over at the magnificent Dalyan Rock Tombs of Caunos carved high in the cliff. Let yourself be carried back through history as your guide tells youthe beguiling story of the ancient site of Caunos.And finally the Source of Youth; The Mud Baths. It's fun, it's rejuvenating and it surely is, a great chance for a hilarious snapshot!
- Lunch - Buffet lunch
- Professional guide
- Professional photographer guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
- DVD (available to purchase)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Wheelchair accessible
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 200 travelers
The trip is good value for the money at just £17 but because its so cheap they have to make money somewhere and it's non stop. As soon as you get on the boat they are there selling drinks and don't stop, constantly asking you what you want to drink. Bottle of beer 20 tl coke cans etc 10 tl so not cheap . Then there selling newspapers, Photos with a parrot, crisps, ice creams it's non stop. After leaving marmaris there is a stop to swim in the sea for about 15 mins, then before you get to turtle beach they serve lunch which is either breaded frozen reformed chicken or fish fingers. They also try to get you to order dinner for the trip back later on. It's £6 but not nice. If your not sure if you will be hungry don't order it as you can still get it later. Turtle beach was good as we saw quite a few turtles. You then go up the river and see the Kings tombs but they are not pointed out and nothing is mentioned about them. The mud baths are next but they are not natural mud baths but built for tourists. There is no smell from them like in a natural mud bath but that is probably a good thing. After the mud bath it's back to the big boat for a 2 and a half hour sail back to Marmaris where once again non stop on selling you drinks food and photos from the mud baths. WARNING if you don't like loud music, don't sit on the top deck at the front. All in all it was a nice experience to see the turtles and experience a mud bath (albeit purpose made) and cheap to but it was a long day