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The thermal pools are a great experience! You need to be barefoot walking up the travertine path, and if you have soft feet like me, you'll be fine if you avoid the rougher areas of the stone. I think someone with blistered feet or other...More
Pamukkale is approx 10-15 km to Denizli center, popular of its amazing thermal pools.
It is not allowed to swim nside those natural pools. It takes 10 minutes to walk from bottom to top of the travertines. Visitors allowed between 09:00-18:00 as I know, entrance...More
So pleased we included this stunning and unusual sight on our Turkey tour.....definitely worth it! For some interesting photo shots go off to the right from the travertines where everyone goes wading/falling over....there is a walk way that takes you around to some amazing photo...More
Great n unique place to pay a visit....does gets slippery at some places so better watch out...travel light (don’t take much stuff as walking bare foot on slippery traventines might not be so soothing as you thought)....
A stunning place but where was the first aid post when I needed it 2 days ago? Luckily we were Not too far from the top of the white slope when I slipped after being so careful. Many tourists so not ideal. I was in...More
Definitely worth a visit but I was a bit worried when we had to take of our shoes and socks and walk barefoot up the white rocky hill with pools of water running down. Amazingly it was not slippery as you might expect, in fact...More
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I'd say January would be a pretty good time to bathe in the pools, the water levels will be higher than in the summer and you will probably have less crowds to contend with. However, word of caution, find out what is the... More
I'd say January would be a pretty good time to bathe in the pools, the water levels will be higher than in the summer and you will probably have less crowds to contend with. However, word of caution, find out what is the warmest time of the day and go about 30 mins before that time; and yes, do take a drying towel and a quick (and warm) change of clothes.
Have fun! Let us know how it goes!! Good luck!! :)