Join our Pamukkale by Night and get to explore Pamukkale in a less crowded setting. This afternoon excursion invites you to experience the charm that Pamukkale casts, visit the most impressive natural wonders and archaeological sites in the area, and create some nice memories with your friends or family members.
For the purposes of our Pamukkale by Night excursion, a comfortable and fully air-conditioned bus will pick you up from your hotel in Marmaris, on a prescheduled time in midday. The road trip to Pamukkale takes, approximately, three hours. Along the way, you will meet your tour guide, who is about to explain some important information about the schedule. Take your time to rest in the bus, and don’t forget to observe the views.
Expect to be in Pamukkale in the afternoon, which is less crowded and more enjoyable for visitors. In addition, the temperatures in the afternoon are lower. Hence, expect to feel more comfortable during the sightseeing. The schedule of this tour includes visits at the most famous sites in the area, and your guide is about to let you know some key insights about them.
One of the sites to visit is the infamous Cotton Castle. This white-washed, limestone mountain is famous for having naturally shaped balconies, that are filled with thermal water. The scenery is a true feast for the eyes, and a picture-perfect backdrop. Hence, take you time to walk around, and don’t forget to snap some photos. The area is, particularly, popular for its thermal springs. In case you wish to experience from first hand the therapeutic benefits of thermal water, you can enter an antique thermal pool. However, please keep in mind that entrance to Cleopatra’s Pool comes at an extra cost.
Your exploration continues with a visit at the ancient city of Hierapolis, where you can unfold the history of the area. Among many other ruins, you will observe a theatre, a necropolis, and Roman baths. The schedule includes, also, a visit a local stone workshop, where you can learn information about the famous stones of Pamukkale, and purchase some souvenirs.
At night, you will enjoy a delicious dinner at a local restaurant. Fuel up your energy levels with a mouth-watering meal, as a road trip back to Marmaris follows. This excursion finishes at midnight. Our driver will drop you off at your hotel full of cool memories and great images from this exploration.
If you like to visit Pamukkale in the early morning hours, please also check 2 Days Trip from Marmaris.
Get away from the crowds and skip the queues by visiting Pamukkale at Night. With this tour you have the opportunity to visit Pamukkale’s most important sites, and unfold the history and natural beauty of the area. Ideal for people of all ages, this tour invites you to spend a wonderful afternoon and evening, and share some precious memories with your beloved ones.
Pick-up: As this is a night tour, we will pick you up from your place of accommodation in Marmaris around midday. A professional tour guide will welcome you in a comfortable bus, and explain some key information about the tour’s schedule.
Pamukkale in the afternoon: The road trip to Pamukkale takes, almost, three hours. Therefore, you will arrive there in the afternoon, and witness a less crowded setting. Also, keep in mind that in the afternoon, temperatures are lower. Hence, this afternoon exploration is about to be more enjoyable and smoother.
Cotton Castle: One of the most famous places of interest in Pamukkale is the infamous Cotton Castle. This imposing and extraordinary natural wonder is about to take your breath away immediately. Expect to witness a limestone mountain, that features travertines full of thermal water. Take your time to walk around, and admire the exceptional natural beauty of this landscape. In case you wish to swim into a thermal pool, you can visit the nearby Cleopatra’s Pool, and enter at an extra cost.
Ancient city of Hierapolis: In Pamukkale, you will also visit the ancient city of Hierapolis. Back in antiquity, this settlement used to be an important healing and spiritual hub. As you walk through the ruins, expect to see an amphitheatre, a necropolis, Roman baths, temples, and many more.
Local stone workshop: Pamukkale is, also, famous for its stones. The schedule of this tour includes a visit at a local stone workshop. There, you will receive information about this craftsmanship, the production techniques, and its importance for the area. If you want, you may purchase some nice souvenirs.
Dinner: By the end of the sightseeing session, the tour guide will take you to a local restaurant, in order to enjoy a dinner. The meal includes some typical recipes of the area, and the cosy setting is about to make you feel relaxed.
Return: This full day excursion finishes with a road trip back to Marmaris. After a 3-hour road trip, you will arrive back to Marmaris around midnight.
I joined the Pamukkale by Night tour and it was a truly amazing experience! It was great to explore the natural beauties and historical places of Pamukkale in a less crowded environment. Our guide was very informative and we saw some wonderful sights along the way. Enjoying the thermal waters in Pamukkale was also very special. Dinner was delicious and satisfying. I definitely recommend it, it was an unforgettable trip!
Very good organization, friendly guide, interesting schedule. This tour from Marmaris to Pamukkale deserves an A+! I was happy to see how smoothly it runed, and all thanks to our guide. My wife and I feel lucky for having this girl with us in the group. The descriptions at the ancient city were incredible, and we learnt many new things. I knew Pamukkale only from the photos, and I never expected to have such an interesting history. 100% satisfied from the tour and the company. Well done, guys!
Superb! Online booking went so smooth, and I have to credit the company for being so professionals! I went on this tour a week ago with 3 friends. First time in Pamukkale, but we wanted so badly to snap some photos there. For me, the highlight was the white mountain. I mean, wow! It’s out of this world! Of course, we spent our time there taking photos for our social media, but we also went to an ancient city. Visiting Pamukkale at night is quite interesting, as you get a different feeling. I recommend it!