A compelling destination for both nature lovers and adventure seekers, Aktas Waterfall is a captivating natural wonder tucked away in the midst of stunning terrain. This waterfall, which lies in the middle of a peaceful oasis, is a monument to the amazing power of nature. The clear waters tumble down a number of imposing rock formations, producing an amazing sight that is both thrilling and tranquil.
The surrounding thick vegetation and varied plants further accentuate the picturesque appeal of Aktas Waterfall, making it a great location for leisure, trekking, and photography. Aktas Waterfall offers an extraordinary experience for anyone looking to connect with nature, whether you’re drawn to the energising spray of the falls, the calming sounds of flowing water, or the chance to immerse yourself in a natural wonderland.
One of Düzce’s most popular tourist destinations, the Aktaş Waterfall, astounds visitors with its lush scenery. The waterfall welcomes both domestic and foreign visitors with the sound of water falling from a height of 50 metres and the lush surroundings.
Onur Aydnolu, a student at Hacettepe University from Ankara who travelled to Düzce, said,
“I travelled from Ankara to Düzce for a visit. I’m now at Aktaş Waterfall. Start with the waterfall, please. It’s a beautiful waterfall. The water and sound quality are superb. I feel as though I’m currently in a tropical forest. In relation to the road, there is a challenging walking route. All of the roads are in the mountains and are stony and muddy. There is no easy path. It is a bit challenging to come if you have any chronic problems or if you are above a particular age. However, the vistas are all lovely even when you arrive. I heartily encourage you to visit if you happen to be passing through Düzce or Akçakoca.”
Aydnolu emphasised that Akçakoca is the location that is most near Ankara.
“The location nearest to Ankara is Akçakoca, which has a sea coast. Not visiting the sea and seeing this location would be a grave mistake. This is among the most stunning locations in Turkey and Düzce alike.”