Kaklik Cave Famous for its Travertines

Kaklik cave, which is the most visited place in the region where it is located, are located within the borders of Honaz district of Denizli province. Kaklik Cave, also known as the underground Pamukkale, the Cave Pamukkale and the Little Pamukkale, is a place that fascinates those who see it with its appearance. Travertines in the cave create a feeling as if you are in Pamukkale, as well as creating a feeling as if Pamukkale is inside a cave.

Kaklik Cave

The travertines in the cave were formed between the ground and the ceiling. Kaklik Cave has been open to visitors since May 2002. Its length is exactly 180 meters. The entrance and exit points of Kaklik Cave, whose height is 14 meters, are located in the same place. Stairs with few steps are used when entering and exiting the cave.

Walking areas are located within the waters. After entering the cave, the cave is visited by walking in the water called healing. Half of the cave is filled with travertines, while the remaining half is a river-like area. There is a small waterfall at the top of the cave. At the end of the cave, there is a pool of incredible beauty. The pool is not very deep and swimming in this pool is prohibited. After the pool part, the cave ends.

It is recommended to enter with bare feet as you can walk on the waterways inside the cave. Otherwise, whatever you wear, the paint of the shoes will be thrown due to the nature of the water.

There is colorless, clear and odorless water in the cave. Many people consider this water to be healing. There are several small waterfalls you can see inside the cave. You can also spend time in areas such as the small amphitheater, cafes and observation terrace.

Kaklik Cave Visiting Hours

The cave is open every day of the week. You can visit between 08:00 and 20:00.

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