ITINERARY (subject to change per walk):
09:30 meeting at Mountains And Seas Office in Dalyan
Transfer to start point
10:30 - 12:30 hike
12:30 - 13:00 lunch
13:00 - 15:00 hike
15:30 back in Dalyan
A great way to spend a full day in nature in one of our region's canyons and valleys along crystal clear rivers.
09:00 at clıent's place of stay
* from April through October; subject to change due to weather conditions and lack of sufficient demand. Clients are notified in advance via e-mail or messenger.
A nature tour on a land rover to explore Dalyan lagoon, Köyceğiz lake, Yuvarlakçay river and the sweetgum forest and to learn all about the complex ecosystem in this protected region and why it's important to preserve it.
Highlights include fantastic views over the Dalyan lagoon and İztuzu beach, a swim stop by Köyceğiz lake near or at Sultaniye, a refreshing dive at Yuvarlakçay's cold and crystal clear water, a river walk to the very first spring of Yuvarlakçay at Topgözü, a delicious lunch by the river on a restaurant with a natural, still unspoiled setting, a short walk in the sweetgum forest at Kavakarası.
09:00 - 09:15 pick up from client's place of stay
09:15 - 12:30 morning session: Dalyan-Çandır-Kızılkaya-Sultaniye-Topgözü springs-Yuvarlakçay
12:30 - 13:30 lunch by the river, swim
13:30 - 16:30 afternoon session: Yuvarlakçay-Beyobası-Kavakarası-Nasuhdede.
17:00 back in Dalyan
ROUTE: circular route around Köyceğiz Lake.
PRICE: 35 GBP pp; includes lunch, transfers, insurance and guidance. Payable on the day, cash in GBP, EUR, or TL.
WHAT TO BRING: face mask, minimum 1 lt water, hat, sun cream, sun glasses, sandals or hiking shoes or similar, swimwear and towel, change clothes, money for drinks, camera, all in a small backpack.
Due to the on-going covid-19 pandemic, those who are with severe health issues; or with covid-19-positive case; or with covid-19 symptoms including fever, coughing and others, are unfortunately not allowed to attend. All participants must come with their own face mask to put on at times other than hiking and obey social distancing at all times.