Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Koray Hotel from our 8 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Pamukkale
We arrived in Pamukkale at 6:15 am on the bus, which was much earlier than I expected. Jeff woke me up and I was a bit confused. We hopped off the bus and into a van to be transferred to our hotel. Luckily, we were able to check in and slept for 2 hours before our tour which started at 9:30 am. Much better than going directly to a tour.
Arrival in Pamukkale will be late in the afternoon. Dinner and o/n will be at the hotel in Pamukkale.
Pamukkale means "cotton castle". It is a natural wonder of calcium pools and deposits that leave …
... of damage, these are now off limits. Now, you can just walk alongside these pools as you climb the travertine hill as the water flows over your bare feet. You have to take off your shoes before entering the travertine area and carry them with you. You can put them on after you have reached the top of the hill and outside the travertine area. Once you reach there, you can pause to enjoy the views of the water pools and the town ...
... site. There were balloons everywhere with hundreds of people milling around. We were given tea and coffee and driven to our balloon. We had requested a small basket (some hold up to 36 people!) and were happy to find that's exactly what we had. The four of us were on one side with a compartment per couple and there were 5 people on the other side plus two pilots. We had a few pre take-off photos and by 6.30am were airborne. The flight was so smooth and not as we ...