Monday, 27 July 2009

Manavgat Waterfall

Manavgat Waterfall is located 5 kilometres North of Manavgat Town Centre. Manavgat Waterfall is a gentle horseshoe waterfall on the Manavgat River which descends from the Toros Mountains. Visiting the waterfalls is not really a day out but really a 2 hour visit. An hour to admire the beauty of the waterfall and take some photos. And another hour to have a picnic in the surrounding green environment.

manavgat waterfall
As you can see Manavgat Waterfall is not very tall, infact some people even question whether it is really a waterfall as it is only 2 metres tall.

manavgat waterfall
A horizontal photo of the Manavgat Waterfall. I love the shining water in the foreground.

manavgat waterfall watching area
A photo of the watching area that looks over the Manavgat Waterfall. As you can see the platform is part of the waterfall so you can also have a refreshing dip inside the ice cold water while you admire the waterfall and take some photos.

Other places I visited in Turkey;

The Aspendos Theatre

The Temple Of Apollo


The Kursunla Waterfalls


dio t'ama 1 August 2009 at 08:52  

The water's nice. It looks good for swiming.

By the way, the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located in Palawan, Philippines. It's one of the finalists of the Search for the New 7 Wonders of Nature.

sbunting108 2 August 2009 at 03:55  

I totally agree the water does look nice to swim in. It's alot nicer than the water we get here in the UK.

And Thanks for that info on the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park.

Anonymous 4 August 2009 at 23:00  

The water's nice. It looks good for swiming.It's alot nice....

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viagra online 17 January 2011 at 12:11  

I really like this waterfall. It is huge, but I think it is a shame that some people have thrown empty bottles in it! I would like to visit it someday to take some pictures.

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