Five beautiful waterfalls in Turkey
Everyone has the right to spend a few days in nature as a family, in peace and listening to your mind. For this reason, we have created a list of waterfalls that you can go to and take great photos.
Antalya Kursunlu Waterfall
This area was registered as a Nature Park in 1986. It has a fascinating beauty where green and blue colours that stand out. This nature park has an area of 596 hectares, and there are recreation areas for visitors in the park.
In this natural park, which is a rich natural wonder, eco-tourism activities such as hiking, plant and animal observation are possible. Also, you may come across rabbits, squirrels, woodpeckers, turtles and other small animals while walking in the Nature Park.
Antalya Duden Waterfall
The waterfall is located 8 kilometres from Antalya city centre. The waterfall falls into the sea from the cliffs at the height of 40 meters, thus creating a mist giving it a magnificent view.
The 93-kilometre Manavgat River, which is fed by underground waters originating from the Taurus Mountains pours to the cliffs of about 5 meters high thus creating Manavgat Waterfall. You can do sports such as rafting and canoeing in certain parts of the river.
You can benefit from restaurants, shop stands, small tea shops, toilets and viewing terraces where you can visit and see. The waterfall is a perfect option for those who want to cool off and relax in the hot summer season.
Adana Saimbeyli Waterfall
Located in Adana's Saimbeyli district, the waterfall finds its way to Goksu. It is flooded with visitors due to the facilities established by the Regional Directorate of Forestry.
Mersin Bogazpinar- Karasu Waterfall
This place is located at the foot of the Taurus mountains within the boundaries of Bogazpinar village. This area can be reached by walking through the water from Boğazpınar Canyon.