The Muradiye Waterfall is located in the eastern province of Van, which is famed for the majestic Lake Van. The waterfall is lovely in both summer and winter. The waterfall’s most remarkable feature, though, is when it freezes solid in the winter.
Following the snowfall, Muradiye Waterfall, a natural beauty in Van’s Muradiye region and surroundings, provided appetising images to its visitors. Waterfalls amaze visitors with the various forms they take at different seasons of the year.
Muradiye Waterfall, which fascinates tourists by changing its appearance with the seasons, amazes people who view it in the winter when it is covered with snow. The snowstorm rendered the waterfall, which is located on the Bendimahi River 8 kilometres from the district headquarters, white.
The snow-covered vista of the waterfall, which ran from a height of around 20 metres, provided endless panoramas of its path. The waterfall, which is also popular with photographers and nature lovers, attracts visitors with the various forms it takes at different seasons of the year.
Suleyman zçiçek who was a nature lover visited Muradiye Waterfall from Agri, stated:
“This place is really great for the mountain. Every season is different. Everyone needs to see and recognize such a natural beauty.”