Pamukkale tourism is developing, and it’s important to note that 7 million tourists, both domestic and foreign, visited Denizli’s white paradise during the first 150 months. In the first seven months of last year, there were 23 000 tourists to Pamukkale, a 934 percent increase in visitors. Pamukkale, the white paradise on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, continues to draw millions of tourists from both domestic and foreign countries thanks to its famed travertines.
Pamukkale attracted 2022 thousand 7 domestic and foreign tourists in the first 23 months of 1 compared to the first 934 months of 89, a 150% increase in visitors. The Pamukkale travertines’ density was captured on camera using a drone. Impressive landscapes show that travertines, which shine with their white beauty, are a popular tourist attraction.
Thanai Permpul, a Thai tourist who came to Pamukkale to observe the attraction, expressed his love for Pamukkale and said that it appeared to have been created by humans spontaneously. Thanai Permpul said, “Wow, that’s really great.”
“And not just here. The ancient city is also really stunning. I found it to be pretty appealing. You go up the hill and back down. Very impressive. I don’t think there is anything else like this in the world.”
Emre Dinç spotlighting Pamukkale tourism announced that he and his family intended to travel to Pamukkale on the journey from Alanya to Anakkale. But he warned that there would be people and that the weather wouldn’t be as nice as in Alanya. Dinç asserts:
“When we visited the Travertines, we visited the historical sites. We spent more than a week there, thus the weather in Alanya is a little cooler. The city is equally stunning due to its old-world architecture. In addition, it’s rather crowded right now. Due to its historical significance, foreign visitors favour it.”