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Not very well known

Seemed to be a nice place, but we were so unlucky to drive 38km to find it closed for some... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2018
AbdUllah A
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This place is not very well known yet it is very beautiful natural feature. Entrance fee is really... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2018
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 23 August 2015

If you have one day to spend around Pamukkale, and you are ready for a nice adventure, you must go to Kaklik Cave. From Pamukkale village you take a local bus to Denizli Otogar (otogar is turkish and mean central bus station Denizli). In the...More

5  Thank Luceferina M
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Reviewed 1 September 2015

This was the oddest attraction I went to on my trip to Turkey. The caves are near some sort of mill/ industrial plant, I thought the cab driver was taking us somewhere to be killed! There is a VERY strong sulfur smell coming from the...More

2  Thank KSC2006
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Reviewed 9 August 2018 via mobile

Seemed to be a nice place, but we were so unlucky to drive 38km to find it closed for some renovations. I think it will be opened on the 20th of August.

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Reviewed 28 May 2018

This place is not very well known yet it is very beautiful natural feature. Entrance fee is really reasonable. We both really enjoyed this cave.

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Reviewed 4 March 2018

The cave is easy to reach it The is a parking for the cars outside of the cave Public toilets are primitiv and not that clean. Sleepers stairs at the bigging of the walking root.

Thank Unterwegs249
Reviewed 9 January 2018

The place is a natural wonders which looks nothing likes caves from outside but when you reach inside it has good views of the calcium stones and thermal waters. But the place needs good maintenance and something to reduce the stinky smell. Also there were...More

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Reviewed 25 November 2017 via mobile

It's 1 hr drive away from pamukkale, not clean area, slippery and broken footpaths inside, ticket cost 3 TL. No shops around... It's not a busy place either.. u can visit if u have spare time.. in the way there r many pomagranite farms ....More

Thank Sanil K
Reviewed 10 October 2017

I think you can do this place if you have spare time... If you dont, it does not classify as a must do .... Place stinks, Swimming Pool around it is dirty, Toilets Dirty... Sorry... but i felt as thought we wasted our time here......More

Thank urajay
Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

This caves are known as well as the underground Pamukkale, if you are around the area and you don't mind going a bit further to see a different and not that frequented place then you should come here. To cone here if you don't have...More

2  Thank berenice r
Reviewed 28 August 2017

The really bad smell (sulfur) immediately turned all of us off. My kids with no return, my wife and I proceeded to explore. It was a nice sight but we couldn't explore most parts of it because of the water pooring in great quantities on...More

Thank Jim K
Reviewed 28 May 2017

By entrance very strong smelling of sulphur. But in the cave no more bad smell. There are travertine steps and underground waterfalls.

Thank Ahmet A
Reviewed 4 May 2017

This is yet another Pamukkale exposure which is totally underground. Full gush of waterfalls. As we stepped out of the van we could smell sulphur. It is an open area so with the wind smell gets diluted. It is basically H2S gas smells similar to...More

2  Thank Kanchan Z
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Abeer D
24 July 2017|
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Response from Marina G | Reviewed this property |
I think this cave is suitable for kids any age. The only problem is that the stairs are a bit slippery. This place is closest to Denizli (35km away). I really recommend this place.
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Kanchan Z
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Response from Marina G | Reviewed this property |
1. I haven't been to bodrum but I would recommend hotel uyum in Pamukkale. We booked a 2 roomed number for 120tl for 3 people for one night. Breakfast and dinner included. They have a big swimming pool and thermal pool. 2... More
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