Logo
Boat ToursFethiye

Fethiye Dalyan Tour ❘ River Cruise & Mud Bath

Tap to Edit
11 hours
Up to 100 peoples
English

Experiences descriptions

Would you like to explore this paradise, Fethiye Dalyan, which connects Köycegiz Lake and the Aegean Sea? You will start your tour with motor boats in Dalyan, which was a fishing village in the past and now a famous holiday resort with its historical and natural beauty.

You will visit Dalyan's world-famous thermal springs and mud baths, and you will definitely be able to experience its healing properties for yourself. Swimming in the warm thermal water pool, which relaxes and strengthens your body at the same time, will relax you a lot. Dalyan is known not only for its unique Dalyan River and the protected Iztuzu Beach, but also for its magnificent nature that will enchant your eyes. You should definitely see this place!

You will reach Dalyan after a forty-five-minute bus ride through forests full of logs and pine trees. Small motor boats with their captains are waiting for you at the port here.

Fethiye Dalyan Tour gives you the opportunity to exprience a spectacular part of nature, as it is embraced by a radiant mix of mud baths & thermal springs, ancient sites, wonderful nature and the Turtle Beach. This excursion provides you an extraordinary holiday experience, which one can never forget.

Included Features

Transportation
Open Buffet Lunch
All Entrance Fees
Expert Guide
Full Insurance

Excluded Features

Beverages

Important Notes

Towel, Swimsuits, Hat, Sun Cream, Sunglasses, Camera.

Silver ornaments gets into reaction with mud and loses their color. We advise you to leave all kind of silver ornaments back to your hotel room.

Important Notes

Top Destinations

Explore new destinations

Subscribe to the Newsletter.🎉

Read amazing place reviews from passionate travel gurus every week. No spam or marketing emails will be sent
  • 1Catch the breaking news & regulations about traveling
  • 2Explore new destinations around the world
  • 3Notify when new tips & tricks published about travelling
HomeWishlistCart
Menu