Gokpinar Lake, often spelt Gökpnar Gölü, is a magnificent and serene body of water located in Turkey. It’s in the southwest of the country, more specifically in the province of Mula. The lake is a part of the beautiful Köyceiz-Dalyan Special Environmental Protection Area, which is well known for its biodiversity and natural beauty.
The Gökpnar Lake in the Gürün district of SVAS, which attracts attention with its turquoise colour and clear water, has emerged as the newest location for divers interested in high altitude diving.
A well-liked tourist site, the turquoise-hued and crystal-clear Gökpnar Lake has become increasingly well-liked as a diving location.
Governor Şimşek said:
“I invite all diving lovers to taste this experience for cold water and high altitude diving.”
He continued by saying that they enjoyed a spectacular dive in the turquoise lake of Sivas.
Gökpnar Lake, albeit smaller than some of Turkey’s other more famous lakes, is still appealing because of its tranquil surroundings and clear water. Because the lake receives its water from subterranean springs, it serves as a dependable source of freshwater for the region all year long.
For hikers, nature lovers, and anybody seeking a calm getaway from the busy pace of city life, Gokpinar Lake, surrounded by lush flora, offers a tranquil retreat. The area around the lake is great for picnics, hiking, and birdwatching due to the richness of resident and migratory bird species.
Due to the area’s proximity to Dalyan, where the mud is rich in minerals and has revitalising powers, many tourists visit the lake to take advantage of its therapeutic mud baths. Due to its reputation as a famous tourist destination and its supposed health benefits, this organic mud has become increasingly popular.
In addition to being a notable ecosystem, Gökpnar Lake also supports a wide range of plants and animals. To safeguard the survival of the lake and its surroundings so that future generations may enjoy it, the area has been protected and conservation measures have been done.