Marmaris Dalyan Boat Trip – Turtle Beach
Marmaris Dalyan Boat Trip, allows you to explore the historical tombs of Lycian Kings and the famous turtle beach in Dalyan. Due to its unique location, Marmaris is close to many must-see places in Turkey. Dalyan is one of these worth-seeing places during your Marmaris Vacation. With its colourful nature, rivers, rock tombs, ruins, mud baths, thermal springs, and Turtle Beach, the Marmaris Dalyan Boat trip awaits you to crown your Marmaris Holiday.
Dalyan is both an ancient city and a popular holiday resort in Turkey. It is located only 80 km away from Marmaris. During our trip from Marmaris to Dalyan, we visit lots of natural beauties and historical places. If you want to join this fun-filled journey, you can contact us and enjoy the Dalyan tour with our comfortable bus, exclusive service, and expert guides.
Although Dalyan is a small town and not well known beyond Turkey's border, it has admirable beauties. During the tour program, we will visit Dolphin Bay, Lycian Tombs, the famous Mud Pool, and Turtle Beach. Now let's find out what awaits us in this wonderful place.
Marmaris Dalyan Tour Schedule
Useful Information Before Joining the Tour
Before giving information about the Marmaris Dalyan Boat Tour, we want to give you some useful tips about the tour. As we will stay outside for a long time, we advise you to wear comfortable clothes and shoes. You can review the "What should you bring for the Marmaris Dalyan Boat Trip?" section at the bottom of the page for more clues. Silver accessories can be affected by mud and lose their colour. It will be better for you to leave your silver and other valuables at the hotel.
Road to Dalyan
We pick you up from your hotel in the morning with our modern vehicles and drive towards Marmaris Harbor. Here our professional crew will welcome you and settle in our boat. While we are on the boat, our guides will inform you about the places we will visit. After a while, we will take our first break at Dolphin Bay. For half an hour, you will enjoy swimming in this blue bay. When we turn back the deck, you will see that a delicious Turkish lunch awaits you.
Exploring the Turtle Beach
After feeding our stomachs and recharging our energy, we will continue on our voyage. Our next stop in Marmaris Dalyan Boat trip is Turtle Beach. Turtle Beach, also known as the Iztuzu Beach, is a special place for endangered Caretta Caretta turtles. If you are on your lucky day, you can see these turtles go ashore to lay their eggs. We will give you enough time to swim and walk around at this beautiful beach.
Dalyan Mud Bath
We continue our boat trip by visiting Dalyan Mud Springs. Dalyan Mud Bath is famous for its anti-ageing properties and makes your skin look younger and smooth. Dalyan Mud Pools, which are visited by famous Hollywood stars to become more beautiful, host thousands of visitors every year. After making our mud bath and taking our shower, we hit the road again to return to Marmaris.
(From/to Icmeler, Armutalan, Siteler, Marmaris City Center)
As in all of our tours and activities, we supply free pick up and drop off services. According to your hotel's location, you should be ready at the time specified by our tour guide. Since it takes time to gather all participants from different points, it is very important to be ready at the specified time. Our tour's starting time is 09:00 am, so we must be on the boat before 09:00 am.
We will serve a delicious lunch on the boat after visiting Dolphin Bay. You can enjoy your lunch, which will consist of a delicious menu. After eating this delicious menu, we will refill our energy again for the next stop.
All Entrance Fees
Entrance to Turtle Beach, and Mud Bath in Dalyan, are included in the tour price.
From the start to the end of the tour, our staff will assist you throughout the day and help you in every situation. During the tour, you can get help from our professional and licensed instructors at any time, in any matter.
All our passengers are insured against any adverse event during our tour program.
What Should You Bring for the Marmaris Dalyan Boat Trip?