Lodging in Olympos, on Turkey’s mediterranean coast in Antalya, is not just a place to crash for the night. The Treehouses in Olympos are just as much a part of the experience as the beach, gift shops and the Lycian history tours.
Kadir’s Tree Houses:- Kadir’s has become too civilized to be labeled as an adventure, with 2 bars, a 150 seat seafood restaurant, satellite tv, internet access and all kinds of services, including a travel booking agency.
It’s a social gathering ground for tourists in Olympos, complete with a nightly bonfire. Still offers a refreshing change from the cookie-cutter backpacker hostels, and besides – it’s darn cheap. Rates start from around $10, breakfast and dinner included.
Lodging options include 100 bungalows, 15 cabins and 10 dorms, in addition to the camping grounds. Some of these treehouses are a pretty good way up the trees to be really called treehouses.
If Kadir’s is full up, then there’s other trees to climb in Olympos. Turkmen Treehouses has plenty of room to spare. They also have bungalows, luxe bungalows and ultra-luxe bungalows.
Obviously, these bungalow digs are very well grounded and in fact, come with air-conditioning, showers, hair dryers, wireless internet, the works… Not much adventure there, except maybe if you try to take pictures of people up in the treehouses, and one of them swings down to take a whack at you.
Photo by jonrawlinson