The city of Antalya’s Duden Waterfalls are actually two separate natural attractions. The upper Duden Waterfalls is made up of a series of small cascades that flows into a municipal park. The lower Duden Waterfalls is a massive spectacle flowing over the cliffs of the city.
Both waterfalls are fed by a narrow, strong river that then ultimately flows into the sea. The panorama view can best be seen on a boat from the bay. Not many people do this as they are merely passing through the city of Antalya towards the beaches and other cities.
The upper Duden Waterfalls also has a cave behind the water mass. A spiral staircase takes visitors from way up all the way down into the cave. The waterfall creates a great curtain with the water smashing into the pond below. People should wear appropriate shoes when doing this as the area surrounding the cave will be slippery and children will need to be minded extra carefully.
The municipal park is well maintained and swimming facilities are available at the foot of the cascades of the waterfall. There are places that serve food and the locals are always keen on pointing out activities. The park is open at night too, which allows visitors to see the beauty of the night sky with the lights of the homes shining through the darkness.