Have you seen the underground version of Pamukkale, Kaklık Cave? It’s a real natural phenomenon with its crystal blue water and sparkling white travertines!
Kaklık cave: the underground version of Pamukkale
Pamukkale is one of Turkey’s most visited attractions. But did you know about the underground version of Pamukkale, less than 50km away from its above-ground counterpart? The underground version is called Kaklık cave, and the reason it compares to Pamukkale is that it also features the same cotton castle travertines that have made Pamukkale world famous. Kaklık cave is a small cave, but it is quite impressive as a natural phenomenon; which makes it the ideal road stop on the way to somewhere else.
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