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Antalya City Tour with Boat Trip & Waterfalls

  • 8 Hours Tour
  • capacity
    1 / 2 Hrs Boat Trip
  • lunch
    Tasty Lunch Included

Antalya city tour with boat trip and waterfalls is an 8-hour guided excursion. You’ll witness the magnificent Lower Duden Waterfalls, marveling as water cascades from a height of 40 meters. Accompanied by your guide, you’ll explore the charming narrow streets of the old town of Antalya.

In the afternoon, you’ll embark on a boat trip from Kaleici. Here, you’ll be treated to stunning views of the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea and witness the waterfalls flowing into the sea. This tour is suitable for all ages, offering a fun and enjoyable way to explore the beauty of Antalya.

For more details about our city tour itinerary, take a look at the Tour Program section.

Antalya City Tour with Boat Trip & Waterfalls Price

In 2024, Antalya city tour with boat trip & waterfalls is €25 with 1-hour boat trip. Children between ages of 4 and 11 are discounted and under 4 are free of charge.

We provide both way hotel transfers from popular touristic destinations. Check the table below to see the pricement of the tour packages.

Type Age Price
Adult 12 years and older €25
Child 4 — 11 years old €15
Infant 0 — 3 years old Free

Note: You can add Tunektepe or Olympos cable car rides to this tour package. Check out the city tour with cable car.

Important Info & Timing

Bring With You – Remember to bring sunscreen and sunglasses. Take some extra cash for drinks, as they are not included. Wear comfortable clothes, and it’s a good idea to bring extra layers.

Departure Time -Pick-ups are scheduled in the morning between 08:00 – 09:00. After booking, we will inform you of your specific pick-up time based on your hotel location.

Tour Duration – 8 hours.

Price Includes

  • Hotel Transfer (Both ways)
  • BBQ Lunch (Vegetarian menu avaliable)
  • Guiding Service (English, German & Russian)
  • Upper Duden Waterfall Entrance Fee
  • Lower Duden Waterfall Visitation
  • Boat Trip (1 or 2 hours duration)
  • Insurance
  • Drinks

Note: Our tours have no hidden fees. You receive exactly what we promise to deliver.

Tour Program

08:30 Pick-up

Our pick-up service is available from 08:00 to 09:00, collecting guests from hotels across Antalya, Belek, and Kemer. After your booking is confirmed, we’ll inform you of the specific pick-up time for your hotel.

Depending on the number of guests booked from each location, we arrange transportation using minibuses or buses, all equipped with air conditioning for your comfort.

You can trust that our tour guides are licensed by the Ministry of Tourism and fluent in English, German, and Russian. They are dedicated to providing you with an informative and enjoyable tour experience.

10:00 Lower Duden Waterfall

Our first stop is the Lower Duden Waterfall, also referred to as Karpuzkaldıran Waterfall, nestled within Duden Park.

Here, you’ll be mesmerized by the sight of the waterfall cascading 40 meters into the sea. You will have one hour to explore the area, where you can admire the breathtaking views from observation terraces and tower viewers.

You can capture the beauty with your camera or opt for a professional photographer to create lasting memories on magnets. Don’t forget to browse the souvenir shop and grab a snack at the cafeteria conveniently located within Duden Park.

12:00 Lunch

After your waterfall visit, you’ll have lunch at Urfa Lezzet Sofrası restaurant in Lara area. It’s a Turkish restaurant. You can pick following dishes:

  1. Chicken shish with salad, rice, and french fries.
  2. Kabab with salad, rice, and french fries.
  3. Pide served with salad, rice, and french fries.

Note: Vegetarians can order pide with cheese & tomato, served with salad, rice, and french fries.

Drinks aren’t included, but you can buy them. Prices are normal because it’s not a touristy spot.

13:30 Antalya Old Town (Kaleiçi)

Your next stop is the old town of Antalya, also known as Kaleiçi. Here, you’ll enjoy a one-hour walking tour led by your guide. During the tour, you’ll visit several historical sites and learn about their importance:

  1. Hadrian’s Gate: A gate built as a tribute to the Roman Emperor Hadrian.
  2. Clock Tower: An iconic symbol of Antalya, constructed during the Ottoman era.
  3. Antalya Ethnographic Museum: A historic house displaying the possessions of Kaleici residents from the Ottoman period.
  4. Sehzade Korkut Mosque: Once a Roman temple and Byzantine church.
  5. Ancient sewage system of Kaleiçi.
  6. Castle of Kaleici and its ancient harbor.

This won’t be a rushed tour; instead, it’s a leisurely walk with plenty of opportunities for photos.

14:30 Boat Trip

Once you arrive at the ancient harbor, you’ll board a double-decked boat for a one hour sea trip. The boat provides seating both upstairs and downstairs, and it’s equipped with a bar and a toilet.

During the trip, you’ll enjoy views of Kaleici harbor, Mermerli beach, Hidirlik Tower, and modern Antalya buildings.

The highlight of the boat tour is witnessing part of the Duden waterfall flowing into the sea, offering a perfect opportunity for capturing memorable photos.

16:00 Free Time in Kaleiçi

Once the boat docks back at Kaleici harbor, you’ll have 1 hour and 15 minutes of leisure time to explore the picturesque cobbled streets and peruse the quaint traditional shops. Here, you’ll encounter a diverse array of souvenirs, spice vendors, artisanal crafts, jewelry boutiques, cozy cafes, and inviting restaurants.

If shopping doesn’t pique your interest, Kaleici offers a rich tapestry of history waiting to be uncovered. You can immerse yourself in the following museums, mosques, and churches:

Museums:

  • Antalya Toy Museum: Featuring an enchanting collection of toys spanning from the 1860s to the 1990s.
  • Dervish Lodge Museum: Providing insight into the Sufi beliefs and practices of Dervishes.
  • Marine Biology Museum: Showcasing various marine species and underwater life.
  • Suna & İnan Kıraç Kaleiçi Museum: Offering glimpses into the traditional Turkish way of life.

Mosques and Churches:

  • Sultan Alaaddin Mosque
  • Yivliminare Mosque
  • Iskele Mosque
  • Tekeli Mehmet Pasa Mosque
  • Antalya Bible Church
  • Yenikapı Greek Church

Note: Elevators are available in Kaleici to assist with your mobility. Feel free to inquire with your tour guide about the elevator locations.

17:45 Return

When your free time ends, you’ll meet back at Republic Square, where your tour guide will be waiting for you. From there, you’ll be taken back to your hotels.

FAQ

Do guests with disabilities face any limitations?

We strive to accommodate all guests, including those with disabilities. However, please note that this tour involves walking, which may pose challenges for individuals using wheelchairs or with limited mobility. If walking presents difficulties for you, please inform us in advance so we can arrange a private city tour tailored to your needs.

Is it permitted to bring personal food or drinks on the tour?

While we do not allow drinks on the bus, you are encouraged to bring your own snacks or meals to enjoy during breaks or free time.

What clothing is recommended?

We recommend wearing comfortable and durable footwear suitable for walking. Additionally, it’s advisable to bring extra clothing to accommodate changing weather conditions. Keep in mind that the summit may be cooler than ground level when taking the cable car.

Are restrooms available during the tour?

Yes, restrooms are conveniently located at various stops along the tour route, including restaurants and attractions visited during the excursion.

Are personal cameras or recording devices allowed?

Absolutely! You are welcome to bring cameras or smartphones to capture memorable moments during the tour.

Are pets allowed on the tour?

Unfortunately, pets are not permitted on the tour, with the exception of service animals assisting guests with disabilities.

What languages do the tour guides speak?

Our tour guides are fluent in English, German, and Russian.