Private Boats Rental in Fethiye, Oludeniz, Dalyan
Private Boats Rental in Fethiye, Oludeniz, Dalyan: Oludeniz Fethiye Boat Tour
Fethiye is one of the most important tourist regions in Turkey. Boat trip Oludeniz - Fethiye, which has a magnificent nature, fascinates those who see it with its bays, islands and beaches of unique beauty. Oludeniz's reputation for beautiful nature has spread around the world.
The advantages of choosing the Oludeniz boat trip
The Oludeniz boat trip is one of the ideal activities to see all these beauties and swim in the clear blue sea. By participating in this tour it is possible to see Oludeniz Bays and its surroundings, hidden bays that are not accessible by land, and islands. The Oludeniz boat trip, which departs from Oludeniz Pier, lasts seven hours.
The places to see during the visit are, respectively: the Blue Cave, the Butterfly Valley, the Island of St. Nicholas, Soguksu aquarium and bays, as well as the camel beach.
The Oludeniz boat trip, which departs from Oludeniz Pier at around 9 a.m., takes approximately 7 hours. During these hours, in addition to seeing magnificent natural wonders, you will have the opportunity to swim, jump from the boat, enjoy a buffet lunch, dance and other entertainment is also available.
Plus, professional guides provide environmental information throughout the tour. You can make a reservation immediately with our AllTourstoTurkey team, to have a unique day with the Oludeniz Group Boat Tour.
Unique bays and beaches during the Oludeniz boat trip:
The Blue Grotto
The Blue Grotto, which is the first stop on the Oludeniz boat trip, is accessible through a hole of about one meter in the sea. It is impossible not to be captivated by the sight which gives the feeling of being teleported. in a completely different world for a moment. As soon as you step inside, the deep blue of the sea will dazzle you. Lights escaping from the hole where the Blue Grotto, 50 meters long and 40 meters wide, connects to the sea, paint the interior of the cave in a phosphorescent blue tone.
This creates a magnificent landscape which is very rare in the world. The Blue Grotto is one of the few places where you can swim during the Oludeniz boat trip. With this extraordinary view hidden in the sea, the cave fascinates those who see it. The underwater world of the Blue Grotto presents a truly special beauty. That is why we recommend that you dive.
The second stop on the Oludeniz boat trip is the Butterfly Valley. There is no ground transportation in the Butterfly Valley, which has a wonderful view that would make you think you have landed in paradise. There are actually 80 kinds of butterflies in the valley, which is a protected area and under protection. The Butterfly Valley is surrounded by sheer 350-meter cliffs. It is possible to walk in the valley, to bathe in its clean waters and above all to dive to discover the beauty of the sea. We guarantee that you will leave enchanted with the Butterfly Valley break. We recommend that you take lots of photos.
The island of Saint Nicholas
It is one of the places admired by those who participate in the Oludeniz boat trip to Nicholas Island. There are churches, chapels and historic ruins on the island. The island of Saint Nicolas takes its name from Father Nicolas. With a small church on the shore, there is a 500 meter long tunnel connecting the Nicholas Church. The church is accessible by approximately 1700 steps of stairs, from which one can observe a magnificent view. The third stop of the Oludeniz boat trip is memorable. We recommend that you take a walk on the island of Saint Nicholas, climb the hill, enjoy the view and swim in the clean sea.
The Bay Aquarium is one of the bays famous for its natural beauties and its marine species. It is possible to cross species of fish such as seahorses, moray eels, groupers and octopus while swimming in this bay during the swimming break. Those who want to dive can take interesting shots with the underwater camera. The underwater beauty is so famous that the number of people who come here to dive from abroad is very high. We understand better why the Aquarium Bay bears his name. The enchanting harmony of blue and green is found at Aquarium Bay, whose natural beauties are also magnificent underwater.
Cold Water Bay
In Cold Water Bay, as the name suggests, the sea is like ice! The reason is the natural spring waters that emerge from the rocks and enter the sea. Swimming here in the sweltering heat of summer is amazing. The Cold Water Bay, surrounded by pine forests, has rare species of plants and flowers. We guarantee that you will admire the bay, which is one of the important stops of the Oludeniz boat trip.
You can enjoy the beautiful sea and golden sands while swimming in Camel Beach, which is the last stop. The Camel Beach, which takes its name from its camel shape, is one of the stops that offers the opportunity to relax by relieving the fatigue accumulated during the day. Its natural beauties and its calm atmosphere are peaceful. After resting and swimming here, the return journey of the Oludeniz boat tour begins.