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Zindan Mağarası

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Zindan Mağarası

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Aksu Ilcesinin 2 km kuzeydogusunda, Isparta Turkey
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Private Travel to Sagalassos, Salda Lake, Lavender Gardens, Pamukkale, Ephesus
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Private Travel to Sagalassos, Salda Lake, Lavender Gardens, Pamukkale, Ephesus

Spend three days immersing yourself in two of Turkey’s beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Turkey's white & purple paradises without the hassle of booking accommodation, tickets or a rental car. On this private travel, discover the cotton-white travertines of Pamukkale and walk around the historic Necropolis at Hierapolis. Feel like in paradise while visiting Kuyucak Lavender Gardens and Salda Lake. Stay overnight in your prearranged hotels in Pamukkale & Kusadasi. Explore the ancient city of Ephesus, walking among the ruins of grand buildings like the Celsus Library and the Temple of Artemis. The services of this travel package starts with a pick-up transfer from your hotel in Istanbul and ends with a return transfer from airport to your hotel in Istanbul or Cappadocia. You can prefer return to Istanbul or continue to Cappadocia on last day of your travel. The domestic flight tickets are included for both options.
US$1,079.13 per adult
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semravolkan wrote a review Aug 2020
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Nice place to walk , clean and chilly inside , very old statues and artifact can be visited . You can buy fresh trout fish around the corner and eat it aswell. Small thea lounge is adorable too
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Date of experience: August 2020
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AndPancho wrote a review Nov 2018
Brisbane, Australia1442 contributions132 helpful votes
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Visited Zindan Magarasl in September 2018. Also known as Dungeon Cave. Located 30km from Egirdir and 2km from village of Aksu. Roman Bridge to cross before entering the cave. 800 metre walk into the cave. Roman Mosaics can be seen on the ground just inside the cave entrance. Impressive stalactite and stalagmite formations. Unfortunately the cave was dry when we visited due to a prolonged drought. Well worth the drive from Egirdir if driving in the area. Road was generally in very good (recently upgraded) condition for most of the way from Egirdir. Some smaller sections still need upgrading.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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azmisansli wrote a review Aug 2018
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It ıs very nice to visit here really ıt ıs worth. Around 750 metres walkway wıth the lıghts between the stones👌 ıt ıs extremly cold dont forget to take jacket wıth you. Only the problem near thıs area there ıs no restaurant and not organızed but u can fınd fısh farm (alabalık) to buy fısh only😕
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Anas H wrote a review Jul 2018
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia128 contributions46 helpful votes
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It is very nice and worth the visit , I recommend for all visitors , its long one around 800 m , perfect cave I 'll add some pics enjoy..
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Date of experience: July 2018
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scousemouse wrote a review Nov 2015
Liverpool, United Kingdom6551 contributions315 helpful votes
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Located 30 km from Egirdir and 1300 m above sea level, Zindan Cave has been known for thousands of years. Situated around 2 km beyond the village of Aksu, it is reached by a road which shares the narrow pass with the river. A Roman bridge gives access across the river to the huge cave mouth but the passage becomes quite narrow and ceiling height soon drops although it is comfortable to walk providing you wear the recommended hard hat! It is easy to access the horizontal cave which is 760 m in length, a further 390 m which is not opened to the public. I was quite prepared to be underwhelmed having read the previous review but was actually quite impressed with both the number of stalactites and stalagmites and the various forms such as shawls, columns and flowstones. All the formations are well lit and vary in shape and size, there is a vertical cave at the end with a shallow pool. For a couple of Turkish lira, which includes the use of the hard hat, it is well worth the effort. Refreshments are available at the entrance.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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