For those of you seeking for the best way to ease and chill out, what better way than by boat! Just envisage yourself resting on the deck of a boat basking in the sun, unwinding and eating freshly made lunch splashed down with some cold soft drink. Dive into the gorgeous blue Mediterranean Sea to calm down, engage in a sport of swimming or explore the concealed treasures underneath the sea through snorkeling. For folks not bold enough to leap off from the boat there is a stepladder to ease down into the sea! Cold water springs, ST Nicholas monastery, and Camel beach are some of the stopovers on this eccentric day out. A picture-perfect day out that you’ll always treasure.
If you are seeking for diverse bays and beaches for an outing on the boat, Oludeniz Boat Trip starting from Fethiye is the best trip for you. Get on board and relish the sunshine and wind.
Prepare to be picked from your hotel at dawn. It will be advisable for you to take your breakfast prior to pick-up time. You’ll be driven to Oludeniz also known as Blue Lagoon which is rated amongst the topmost beautiful beaches in the world. It is located 15 km from Fethiye center. When all the clients arrive, you start your trip of “Oludeniz Boat Trip”. On your way to Oludeniz, you will see diverse bays and places. Lunch is served on the boat, (barbecue) chicken or fish, rice or pasta, mezzes and fresh fruits. There are 3 different kinds of boats on offer for the Oludeniz boat trip. A regular double-decker with a full capacity of 100 individuals and Dragon boat with a water slide and some decks and a small boat devoid of loud music with a full capacity of 50 persons. A skilled squad and team leader will be pleased to see you prepared at Oludeniz trips decks vessel. There are tables and seats on the underneath deck and sunbeds for sunbathing on the higher deck. The vessel is also furnished with life jackets and toilets.
There are 5 or 6 stopovers in the course of the day and several of these areas are only accessible by boat. One of them is Blue Cave on your way to the famous Butterfly Valley. The Blue cave is a remarkable stopover for snorkeling and swimming. It is a natural cavern made of crystal waters. Next is a visit to the famed Butterfly Valley. You are allowed to leave your boat and have a short hike in the gorge to visit the waterfall at the valley. If you are timely, you might see a specific type of butterflies. They number in hundreds of diverse kinds in this remarkable valley. If you choose to swim, Butterfly Valley or sandy beach lay in wait for you.
Later, your team leader will take you to the historical church and the remains of St. Nicholas Island. This island is well-known as St. Nicholas or as everyone knows, “Santa Claus”. Flawless water will bid you snorkel here. There is fresh water leaking into the sea near the island so you might find it a bit stimulating in some spots.
Oludeniz Boat Trip Details
Oludeniz Boat Trip takes place
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday