The tour begins at 05:30 in the early morning with a pick-up from hotels in Belek city. For breakfast, the first stop is at Korkuteli. You can purchase any cookies, tea and coffee in a cafe if you don't have a lunch box from the hotel. There are some other stops on the road to Pamukkale to ease the long journey. Denizli is the nearest town to Pamukkale. You can travel there to appreciate the panoramic view. A buffet lunch will take place next to the plan at a local restaurant near Pamukkale. The hill with the amazing white terraces can be seen from the restaurant.
First explore the ruins of Hierapolis (amphitheatre, city walls, bathhouses, necropolis, etc.) upon arrival at Pamukkale to learn more about the history and culture of this region. Then you can walk on the white travertines enjoying this natural wonder's full beauty and swim with the hot spring water in its natural pools. There is an old pool named Cleopatra's pool, not far from the travertines, swimming is available and for an extra charge. Pamukkale was added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage (1988) because of the glorious white travertine and historical values of Hierapolis Ancient City.
You'll pass Denizli again on the way back and stop for some shopping (textile / leather shop and onyx fabric). At a local restaurant, you'll have dinner and drive directly to Belek. Until you head to your hotel, there'll be the final stop.