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From Alanya: Sapadere Canyon Discovery Tour

1. From Alanya: Sapadere Canyon Discovery Tour

Discover one of the most colorful places in the Alanya region - the magnificent Sapadere Canyon on a full-day tour. Get picked up from your hotel in Alanya at 10 AM, and set off on a 48 km drive to Sapadere. During the journey, admire breathtaking views of the gorge along the route, crossing the Sedre River multiple times on the scenic mountain road. On the way, stop for 15-20 minutes in a nomad tent where you can taste gözleme (Turkish pancake) as a light snack. Then, head over to the Cüceler Cave (the dwarf cave) for the chance to get out and explore. After this, continue on to the village of Sapadere Village for a 45-minute stroll to visit some interesting places. Discover the small village mosque, an old watermill, and a silk weaving workshop. Have the chance to visit a fruit garden where you can pick fresh oranges and taste local exotic fruits. Then, arrive at Sapadere Canyon for the opportunity to discover its hidden waterfalls and swim in crystal clear natural pools. Follow the stairs down to pristine swimming spots, with water flowing all year round. At the end of a 600 m path, find the most impressive waterfall where swimming is also allowed. Take a dip in this spectacular location and refresh yourself from the heat.   Finally, at around 4:30 PM, return to Alanya where you will be dropped off back at your hotel and the tour concludes.

From Side: Day-Trip to Sapadere with Lunch

2. From Side: Day-Trip to Sapadere with Lunch

Escape the hot and humid coast of Alanya for the day and enjoy a sightseeing tour of Sapadere Canyon, located approximately 90 kilometers from Side. Walk along a network of well-maintained wooden walkways through the Taurus Mountains, and experience the dramatic landscape up-close. Take in the fresh mountain air and marvel at the stunning landscape. During the relaxed walk, pass numerous waterfalls cascading down the rocks. If you're feeling brave, jump in and swim in ice-cold water! Stop for a typical lunch of local produce in Sapadere village. Then, visit the natural cave of Guceler and see the stalagmite and stalactite formations.

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What people are saying about Sapadere Canyon

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 46 reviews

It was a nice day trip. This started with a ride to Alanya. There we had an hour of free time to do what we wanted. We walked a bit and then drank a large glass of soda, because the jet was so hot. Then a nice drive through the mountains towards the Dwarf Cave. A beautifully lit cave with dripstone. Then on to the well catered lunch at the Sapadere Canyon Park Restaurant. A beautiful, special place on the water under kiwi trees. Then to the Sapadere waterfall. The trail through the canyon was very beautiful. We swam in several places in the very cold water. Cold, but well worth it. Then back on the bus with a lot of beautiful photos and videos. The best outing of the holiday!

A wonderful experience. We traveled with a family of five including a 6 years old. My son loved the trip and wanted to go there the next day. Our driver- Rambo-, picked us up from the hotel in the safari jeep. He provided an amazing and jun trip. The host was also bringing the positive vibe. The actual trip was great. Beautiful cave and walk along the tree tops on the wooden bridge. And the canyon was just beautiful. Make sure that you bring your swimwear and dive into ice cold water by the waterfall. Unforgettable. In the end a lunch by the water was delicious and filling.

Nice trip. Came with an experienced gentleman Rambo who knew a story or 2 very local and we got to see the turkey behind the tourist facade, among locals in small villages and communities. Beautiful viewpoints with stops for photos

A wonderful experience, we were 3 boys aged 27, 28, 29, years away, there is a water fight between the different cars that are there, you also just get an experience of a lifetime. With a good view.

Fantastic trip, especially the water fights between the different buses/jeep Rambo is a great tour guide. Great experience and great lunch