Detox in Cappadocia with a mud bath and let small toothless fish nibble the dead skin from your feet. An awesome, curative and relaxing experience.
A large underground cave contains specially certified mud which has many beneficial qualities for your skin and circulation.
You will need your swimming gear, but if you forget you can actually purchase bikinis and swimming trunks on site.
After a fishy foot bath to cleanse the dead skin off your feet, you can relax and take in the benefits of the all–covering mud, then take a shower before further relaxing in a hot pool.
The special mud has many properties and it clears and smooths the skin.
It is not only a beauty treatment; it also increases antioxidant protection and is good for the treatment of cellulite, acne, inflammation, eczema and psoriasis.
The anti-imflammatory properties may also calm painful conditions such as rheumatism and arthritis.
The process also promotes muscle relaxation around blood vessels and thus can improve circulation.
Within this incredible underground complex there is also a cafe and bar (with alcoholic drinks), and a shop where you can purchase natural products for skin health.
Opening Hours 9am to 6pm (large groups may make special evening arrangements).
You can stop by at any time during a private tour or driver hire trip, or be picked up at your hotel (winter 2017–2018 free hotel transfers for 2 or more persons, for single person add an extra 5 Euros fee for transfers).
Alternatively, if you would like a multi activity day such as a valley walk or horseback riding in the morning, ATV tour in the afternoon followed by a Mud Bath, we can coordinate all your activities for you.
Cost: 35 Euros* per person.
* Price true for 2017.
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