Turkey offers much more than just water, sand, and sun. Anyone who has visited Turkey once is aware that it is a sports enthusiast’s paradise. Along with miles of beaches, the coastal region is a sporting haven for lovers of trekking and rafting.
There are cultural pathways and hiking paths that take you through extraordinary vistas. Most hiking trails are found near coastlines or at least begin there. Green Canyon, Sapadere Canyon, and Eagles Canyon are just a few of the stunning canyons in the Antalya region that can be explored on foot or by boat.
The renowned Köprülü Canyon National Park, one of Antalya’s most well-known national parks, is home to Taz Canyon, also known as Eagles Canyon. Everything you need to know about Taz Canyon, including details on hiking, the finest locations for photographs, tours, and how to get there, can be found in this article. You might wish to read more on Köprülü Canyon National Park before you get started to learn more about the main park that houses the canyon.
Eagles Canyon is a natural canyon created by streams, and thanks to all the social media posts in recent years, it has gained a lot of popularity. Taz Canyon’s Wisdom Valley is steadily growing in popularity as a camping location. This valley reminds me of a fjord in Scandinavia.
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Eagles Canyon’s natural splendour is largely unspoiled because accessing it is difficult. Taz Canyon is accessible after an approximately 11 km hike over treacherous rocks high in the Himalayas.
You can sip on the refreshing spring water while strolling through the valley. Photographers and others who enjoy the outdoors will adore the numerous perspectives of the canyon and breathtaking vista of Köprüçay stream. Eagles Canyon is home to a wide variety of plant and animal species, making it exceptionally biodiverse. On your nature hikes, you might even see creatures like wild goats, rabbits, eagles, rock pigeons, and hawks!
The streams’ nearby rocky cliffs rise to a height of about 400 metres. Despite the stunning cliff view, there are no security precautions in place. Due to this, you must take great caution when taking photos.