Yalova in northwest Turkey is one of the most picturesque tourist destinations in the country. It is a tranquil coastal city with warm summer and winter weather. Many tourists plan to visit a variety of natural tourist destinations, with the Sudoshan Waterfall ranking as the most significant of these. Yalova is 12 kilometres away from the waterfall. An 8-kilometer drive from the settlement of Ovaz Benaler, a mountain top is distinguished by the beauty of its picturesque position in the arms of a picturesque green landscape.
Because of the breathtaking vistas of the water on the rocks, waterfalls are frequently viewed as tourist attractions. One of Turkey’s most stunning waterfalls, Sudusen, is located about 12 km from the centre of Yalova. It is renowned for its exquisite beauty, which is surrounded on all sides by water, valleys, and forests, as well as clean and pure water.
The waterfall is close to Yalova’s city centre, making it accessible to everyone who wants to take in its scenic surroundings, a rejuvenating ambiance in the embrace of alluring nature, and a destination for campers and others who appreciate being in the great outdoors.
How to Get to Sudusen Waterfall?
Uvezpinar Village in the Termal District of Yalova Province is 6 miles from Sudusen Waterfall. If you are coming here for a day trip, you can take the ferryboat from Eskihisar, the high-speed ferryboat from Pendik, or if you prefer, you can round the gulf, to get to the waterfall in 2 hours. Yalova may also be reached in 5 minutes through the new Osmangazi Bridge.
The distance between Yalova and Termal is around 11 km, and if you continue for another 6 km in the direction of the mountains after Uvezpinar Village, which is just over Termal, you will arrive at the location of the waterfall. Following the location of the waterfall, this 6-kilometer asphalt road continues, although it becomes simply a stabilised road.