Most Underrated Place in Turkey

"What is the most underrated place in Turkey?"


This was a question on Quora and I replied it as "Ulubey Canyons" You can see and ready my answer on Quora below:

Read Recep Hilmi Tufan's answer to What is the most underrated place in Turkey? on Quora




I want to say more thing about there in my blog now. I've visited Ulubey Canyons 3 weeks ago. It is the second biggest canyons of the world. However no one knows about there even in Turkey. 4 years ago they put a glass terrace to view the canyons and it started to catch the locals' attention. Day by day the fame of the canyons is increasing thanks to social media. Because every visitor take photos and puts them on social media.


In order to enter glass terrace you have to pay 4,00₺ ($0,69 / €0,61) You are going to see the bottom of the canyons. Some of the visitors are afraid of the glass terrace and they can not walk on it. Some of them are walking however can not look at towards their shoes. :)


The little man above is the son of my sister-in-law. He liked the glass terrace and sit on it.

Have you ever visited any canyon before? Have you ever been to Turkey?

I want to share with you a video which belongs to another glass terrace. Please also follow me on Instagram @rehitucom!

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40 Comments

  1. ...many people don't appreciate the things that surround them!

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    1. Yes you are so right! We need to be aware of our environment I think.

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  2. I want to visit Ulubey Canyons. Why do people not visit there? I know there are some state parks here that people don't go see. For me it's a no brainer to go to them. It's amazing to be in nature.

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    1. Yes sometimes we have to be in nature. We have to step on earth barefoot.

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  3. Such an amazing and beautiful place, thanks for showing us!

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  4. It does look like an awesome place. I could never walk out on that glass structure. You guys are so brave. Thanks for visiting and linking with Pictorial Tuesday.

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    1. You are welcome Peabea! Thanks for your comment.

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  5. Beautiful place. I enjoy the natural things.

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    1. Yes natural ones are more beautiful Nancy.

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  6. It does look very beautiful and hopefully with this new attraction many more people will visit even if only to take that all important selfie😉 I would like to visit but there is absolutely no way I would walk out on the glass floor, looks terrifying 😁

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    1. I think you could walk out on it Perth. :)

      Yes you are right selfie is the most important thing. :)

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  7. beautiful places, but unfortunately, not respected by people....

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    1. Yes you are right. The people love the beaches more. :)

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  8. Places to visit in our country.
    Moreover, easy to reach.
    The food was thought of in everything for drinks.
    Our editor took beautiful pictures.
    What a courage.
    But nature is wonderful.
    Thanks editor

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    1. You are welcome Sibel. Thanks for visiting.

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  9. Beautiful place😘💙💜💚

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  10. I would never have the nerve to walk out on the glass terrace. I've never been to Turkey. Was recently looking back over my blog posts and saw a comment from you that I had never seen. I am so sorry. Thank you for visiting my blog. You had asked about hunting turkeys. My husband can only hunt turkeys during turkey season which is about four weeks in March and April. Enjoyed looking at your blog. Thank you.

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    1. There is a Turkish proverb Henny:

      "Geç olsun ama güç olmasın."

      It means "Better late then never."

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  11. wow this place is so cool. I love adrenaline so :-)

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    1. Then you can come and visit here Carolyna.

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  12. This place is just beautiful. Would love to visit Turkey someday for sure.

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  13. that's cool. I visited once (years back) Pamukkale. would love to see it again and make some nice photos.

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    1. Klara here is not far away from Pamukkale. If you visit Pamukkale, don’t forget to visit here.

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  14. Fantastic photographs. I would love to visit Turkey.

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    1. Turkey has so many beautiful places like this. Please come to Turkey.

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  15. Interesting place. I think rating was subjective

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    1. Yes you are right. It is a subjective thing.

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  16. What a beautiful place! My husband has been to Turkey and I'd love to visit there myself someday!

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    1. There are too many places like this. You are going to enjoy your days here.

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  17. Turkey is definitely in my bucket list I did not know about this canyon it looks incredible That glass over it is amazing xoxo Cris
    https://photosbycris.blogspot.com/2019/07/avila-world-without-limits.html

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