At 10.30am, the boat shall leave from Dalyan Harbour. The first stop will be made on the Dalyan River, opposite the historic Rock Tombs for a five minute photo opportunity. Your captain will then continue with the journey on the river, passing through the wooden ‘fish gate’, whilst guests relax and enjoy the beautiful views along the way. The protected Iztuzu (Turtle) Beach is where the captain shall then moor for two hours. Guests can swim and visit the beach before lunch is served on board. Following the meal onboard, the boat will head towards a quiet, more private beach, known locally as ‘Little Dalyan’. The town’s Dalyan name derives from the Turkish meaning for ‘fish farm’. At this peaceful area located further along the large Iztuzu Beach, a small fish farm operates, owing to the name ‘Little Dalyan’. Here the captain will spend thirty minutes, giving guests the opportunity to swim, relax and enjoy the surrounding tranquility. The boat will the pass through Dalyan as we wind along the river to the famous Mud Baths. The mud here is said to give a more youthful appearance to those who have applied it! After one hour enjoying the mud baths, guests can take a refreshing dip at the final swimming stop, the freshwater Köyceğiz Lake. After thirty minutes, the captain will begin the return journey to Dalyan.
Departure Time: 10.30am
Arrival Time: 5.30pm