The Ovacak district’s Munzur Gözeleri, which is adored by the Tunceli population and is regularly visited by visitors in the summer, remained deserted due to the deteriorating weather. The Ovacak region’s famed Munzur Gözeleri, which dazzles with its natural beauty, is inundated with tourists during the summer. When the temperature dropped, the popular tourist destination the region, known for its chilly water and picturesque surroundings, went silent.
According to official figures, 90 thousand vehicles attended the most recent festival of sacrifice, and zdemir zgül said that the region gets very crowded in the summer. If there were only three, there would be 270 000 people. It’s not like summer right now. The summer season is busiest. More things are lacking in this place. There are few inns. It’s just now starting to grow, he remarked.
Munzur Gözeleri in the Ovacak area, cherished by the Tunceli population and typically frequented by visitors in the summer, remained silent due to the cooler weather. The Ovacak region’s famed the region, which dazzles with its natural beauty, is inundated with tourists during the summer.
With the weather cooling, Munzur Gözeleri, the religious site that attracts the attention of the locals with its icy water and scenic surroundings, went silent. Özdemir Özgül stated that Munzur Gözeleri was very crowded in the summer and said,
“According to official figures, 90 thousand vehicles entered during the last Eid al-Adha. If there were 3 people, it would be 270 thousand people. It’s not like summer right now. More crowded in the summer. There are more deficiencies here. Hotels are few. It’s just starting to multiply.”
Aysel Uluçnar, who claimed that they originated from Istanbul’s throngs, said:
“We said let’s visit before the weather gets cold. We hear it all the time, but it’s very different to see it up close. It really has a nature other than what we envision, it’s gorgeous. It can go ahead of a European country. For us, this silence at this moment is very nice. It has a peaceful environment. In fact, silence is better for us.” Birgül Ağdoğan, who stated that Munzur is silent at the moment, said, “But it is still very beautiful. There are autumn breezes. It gives peace. Very crowded in the summer. An average of 500 people come every day. It’s getting pretty crowded. They come for faith, pray and make wishes.”