Turkey is home to many natural waterfalls, which both locals and visitors enjoy visiting for a relaxing getaway. Turkey is exceptional because of the captivating sound of the water cascading amid the stunning mountains. Some of the magnificent waterfalls in Turkey are a dream for hikers, environmentalists, and visitors. We’re going to highlight Dogancay Waterfall in this blog.
Turkish: Doançay elalesi, Doançay Waterfall is a waterfall located in Sakarya Province in northwest Turkey. It has official national natural monument status. The waterfall is located in the Maksudiye hamlet of Sakarya Province’s Geyve district. It is situated 35 kilometres (22 miles) from Adapazar and 10 km (6.2 mi) from the Sakarya-Bilecik highway.
The waterfall and its surroundings, which cover 42.33 da (4,556 sq ft), were designated as a national natural monument on May 13, 2013, by the Ministry of Forest and Water Management’s Nature Reserve and Nature Parks Administration.
Dogancay Waterfall, which is 600 metres above sea level and reachable by a hiking track, is one of Sakarya’s Geyve region’s undiscovered natural wonders. For visitors who like discovering the area’s breathtakingly untouched natural splendour, it is a natural masterpiece.
To get to Dogancay Waterfall from Bilecik, use the Adapazar-Bilecik highway; at Dogancay Junction, turn onto the road that goes to the waterfall; and at Dogancay Village, ascend to the waterfall.