The tour starts in front of the hotel in Kemer, early in the morning at 05:30. For tea, the first option is in Korkuteli. You can purchase some sweets and tea and coffee in a café when you don't have a lunch box from the hotel. There are other stops on the road to Pamukkale to make your travel smoother and more convenient.
Denizli is the nearest town to Pamukkale. You can pause to admire the panoramic view. An free buffet lunch will next be offered in a local restaurant in the area of Pamukkale. The hill with its beautiful white terraces can be seen from the restaurant.
On arrival in Pamukkale you can discover the remains of Hierapolis and discern more about the history and culture of this region (amphitheater, city walls, bathhouses, necropolis etc..). Then you can walk along the white travertines and taste the beauty of the natural marvel and enjoy the thermal water in their natural pools. There is an ancient pool not far from the travertines, called the pool of Cleopatra. There is an optional pool and a surcharge.
Pamukkale was added to UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in 1988 thanks to the glorious white travertine and cultural traditions of the ancient city of Hierapolis.
On your return journey, you can reach Denizli again and rest for some shopping (textile / leather store and onyx textiles). After a trip to Alanya, you have dinner at a local restaurant. Until you head to your hotel there will be the last line.