This captivating cascade system, tucked away from the busy cityscapes, offers a tranquil escape into the unspoiled countryside, where the lush, unspoilt beauty of the surroundings and the harmonic melody of rushing rivers form an excellent backdrop for nature lovers. Join us on a virtual voyage as we explore the captivating Erfelek Tatlica Waterfalls in Turkey, where the charm of falling waters and the peace of untouched nature come together to create an amazing visitor experience.
Erfelek Tatlica Waterfalls continue to draw attention to Sinop, a significant tourist destination with sea and lush surroundings. The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry designated the 2011 decares-area Erfelek Tatlica Waterfalls as a natural park in 1972, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the area.
Tatlca Waterfalls, which are made up of 28 huge and tiny waterfalls and are located 14 kilometers from Erfelek district, offer distinctive beauty to its tourists.
The natural splendor of the Erfelek Tatlica Waterfalls has a significant potential for tourism. An average of more than 400 thousand domestic and international visitors are welcomed annually at the Tatlica Waterfalls, which have gained popularity among both domestic and foreign tourists, especially during the spring and summer.
Business owner of Erfelek Tatlica Waterfalls Süleyman Kurt claimed that more people visited, particularly over the holiday season.
“We have so far accommodated between 250 and 300 thousand domestic and international tourists on average. The Feast of Sacrifice was our busiest time this season, and visitors to Sinop make sure to stop by this location. Local tourists are drawn to our waterfalls because they are a natural wonder with a distinctive nature. Of course, there are also foreign visitors, and Arab visitors in particular are more intrigued.
When a cruise liner visits our city, visitors must take a private cab to go there, raising the expense of their vacation. Our sincere hope is that a research on this topic is conducted. In addition to local and international tourists, new students are also interested in this location but are unable to visit due to rising expenditures. It would be a terrific project for us and our students if our university looked at this topic.”