The service fee is $40. You can make your reservation right now with 10% Advance Payment; You can take the tour with confidence and pleasure by paying the remaining amount of the fee ($36) before the service when you come to our office.

Reservation Fee: 

$6,45 1 day

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After breakfast, you are picked up from your hotel in Ölüdeniz or Fethiye with our air-conditioned modern vehicles to Dalyan, the natural wonder where Caretta turtles and blue crabs live and fresh water and salt water combine, and you arrive at the destination at the end of a pleasant journey. The adventure begins among reed field which becomes one with history by getting on cute little boats from Dalyan pier. Our first stop on this journey is the mud ponds where the healing sulfur clay mud baths were taken during ancient Greece. After the break here, open buffet lunch is served at our restaurant in the sea coast. Then we start to move towards IZTUZU beach, where only boats go. On our way, you will have the opportunity to see the tombs of King rock graves, which have been inherited more than 2000 years ago, and also to listen to the history and story of the region from our licensed tour guide. In this beach where the Mediterranean meets the Aegean, there will be a long break time for our guests to swim and sunbathe. After leaving the beach, our boat, accompanied by Caretta Turtles, reaches the Dalyan Coastline after a 30-minute journey. The return to our hotels with our buses waiting for you here starts after a fatigue tea break. Arrival to our hotels takes place before dinner time.

Pickup Hours

  • Ölüdeniz : 08:00
  • Hisarönü : 08:15
  • Fethiye : 08:30
  • Çalış : 09:30
  • Our tour ends at 18:00.

Those-Included in the Basic Price

  • Professional Guidance Service
  • Professional Captain
  • Transportation
  • Mud Bath Entrance Fee
  • Open Buffet Lunch

Those Not Included in the Basic Price

  • İztuzu Beach Entrance Fee
  • Beverages


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