There are some places that makes think people it is a part of heaven reflected to earth. Yedigöller (Seven Lakes) is one of them…
Basin is a unique gift from Nature with it’s rich flora, fauna, sea of tree and divine seven lakes.
The region of lakes is quite rugged. Actually, formation of lakes owed their existence such these landforms. Heavy rains caused to massive landslide due to strong inclination of region in the past. These floating masses have also created this magnificent lake by closing the front of valley. Some of the lakes are interconnected with each other from bottom of leaks.
Yedigöller covers an area of 1,500 square kilometers; Sazlıgöl, İncegöl, Nazlıgöl, Küçükgöl, Deringöl, Büyükgöl ve Seringöl. It can be reached in a easily way by walking from one to another with connected path. It is possible to enjoy the view by walking without much difficulty.
Heavily dense of beech trees convert into region an oxygen storage.
Nearly 240 kinds of plant species turn into visual feast in this area by blooming at different times and different colors each season.
The region hosts many species along with the deers.Some of the other inhabitants of this region roedeers, bears, boars, wolves, foxes, rabbits and over than 100 spices of birds. This area seems like a heaven with this diversity.
This area has played a mayor role for cultivation of solmon. Some periods in the year fishing can be possible.
Yedigöller was declared as a National Park in 1965. Region is one of the most important spot for the continuation of biodiversity with sheltered animals and plants.
It is possible to lodging in Bungalows to spend the night. On the other hand, to stay in a tent the most enjoyable option without doubt.
Kapankaya Hill is a great spot to watch amazing scenery of nature beauties and lakes from a bird’s eye. Monument Tree, Pythagoras Tree, waterfalls, fountain of wish can be seen with the among others in National Park.
Yedigöller is painted of great many colors from yellow to red and brown to orange in Autumn. It captivates the man with it’s filtered light beams from trees, magical reflections from surfaces of lakes, purl of the stream and waterfalls.