- Waterfalls in Turkey
- Bulut Waterfall
- Deliklikaya Waterfall
- Duden Waterfall
- Girlevik Waterfall
- Kapuzbasi Waterfalls
Waterfalls are among the most beautiful and inspiring wonders of nature. Just watching the ceaseless flow of water pouring from above is so peaceful. Here are the several waterfalls that you should visit in Turkey.
Turkey’s highest waterfall known as Bulut Falls. It is located in the prominent district Çamlıhemşin of Rize with marvelous nature. A magnificent view awaits you at the end of the 2 km road where you will walk along the stream bank and among the trees when you arrive at the Tar Deresi Cloud Waterfall Natural Monument area, which is among the places to visit in Rize.
Murgul Deliklikaya Waterfall is located within the borders of Artvin. Although it is a small waterfall, the waterfall, which attracts attention with its different structure, is considered among the places to visit in Artvin. The water pouring over the sedimentary rock carved this rock over time and eroded an area about 4 m in diameter in a ring shape. The waterfall flows through this ring and a really nice view emerges. Deliklikaya Waterfall, which is seen as the ring of the forest due to its shape, is very photogenic. You can take lots of pictures here and if you wish, you can have a picnic in the pergolas located around.
Düden Waterfall, which is in the first place when it comes to places to visit in Antalya, is located about 10 km from the city center. The beauty of Düden Waterfalls, which are divided into two as Karpuzkaldıran Waterfall and İskender Waterfall must be seen.
The Girlevik Waterfall, which fascinates those who see it with its natural beauty, is located in the Çağlayan region of Erzincan. Many tourists go to Erzincan every year to see Girlevik (Çağlayan) Waterfall. Those who want to spend time in the cool air of the waterfall can have a picnic in the recreation area here.
Kapuzbaşı Waterfalls, located within the borders of Kayseri, is located in Kapuzbaşı Village of Yahyalı district and is known as the second highest waterfall in the world.