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Beautiful place, but some of the paths are steep and could be difficult to navigate in a few places. They should have placed steps rather than a sheer slope.
However the place is beautiful with only part of water that had an oil slick on...More
The water is full of rubbish and slime. It is very slippy underfoot, even on the paths leading to the waterfall. The owners charge a fortune by comparison to normal Turkish prices, but are not investing in the attraction. Do not waste you time or...More
Was very excited to see this but there was barely any water as it was being diverted to water the field. So essentially i paid to see nothing.
The water that was there had oil across the surface and was littered with rubbish.
Absolutely impressed with the natural beauty of Antalya region, this park is well worth the visit. however the exit sign is very misleading, if you follow it, it will take you to walk a biiiiig circle along a few scenery spots.. but way too much...More
This waterfall is lovely, however, it has less water now as what the tour guide mentioned. Its park is considered one of the most important ones as people come with families for gatherings and bbq there. It is a wide space to walk through. The...More
this was an organsied trip so we had a little history followed by time to ourselves it has suffered a little from the heat and not a large waterfall but a pleasant walk round in the shade the paths are uneven and lumpy so be...More
The falls are on the coast in a park and can be reached on foot from the nearby roads. A taxi should know how to get there and to the other local falls just north of the city in another park where you can access a cave... More
The falls are on the coast in a park and can be reached on foot from the nearby roads. A taxi should know how to get there and to the other local falls just north of the city in another park where you can access a cave behind the falls (wear waterproof boots for that one) The park is called Duden Park in antalya on the coast very near the airport. The other falls are called the duden falls but are inland a few miles and worth a taxi ride if just to avoid the mandatory visits to leather factories etc when with a tour.