One can travel 12 km to Saitabat Waterfall, which is located 9 km from Bursa’s Cumalikizik village, which is a remnant of the Ottoman era. This waterfall cascades loudly and madly beside the chirping birds. It is encircled by remarkably lush terrain. Its source is a stony canyon that has long been tested by the flow of water.
Your appetite will be whetted just by the aroma of salmon trout emanating from the small country restaurants located near the waterfall. The Saitabat variety of pigeons that thrive in the vicinity gave rise to the name of the waterfall, Saitabat. Because there are photo opportunities, make sure to bring your camera.
Visitors are drawn to Bursa’s Saitabad Waterfall year-round because of its natural beauty. The waterfall is a must-see for both domestic and international visitors.
Snow waters from Uluda are used to feed the Saitabad Waterfall in the Kestel District. It draws local and international visitors all year round because of its natural beauty and closeness to the city centre. This waterfall is particularly popular with tourists, especially those from the Arab world, who visit it yearly. This waterfall is particularly popular with tourists, especially those from the Arab world, who visit it yearly.
Residents of Bursa who wish to cool themselves on hot summer days come here to do so by dipping their feet in the icy water. The waterfall attracts numerous visitors from several provinces due to its popularity that goes beyond the city. The waterfall is crowded this summer with both domestic and foreign visitors. This year’s heavy snowfall has resulted in a thunderous waterfall.
The tourists declared that they came to see the waterfall whose name they had heard,
“We were amazed by the waterfall. It has a wonderful nature, its water is like ice. It cools one down on hot days. The water also flows abundantly. There are a lot of tourists here. Especially Arab tourists are concentrated. We think about coming every year.”