The hidden beauty of Kahramanmaraş ‘Galgamaç Waterfall’ fascinates



The hidden beauty of Kahramanmaraş 'Galgamaç Waterfall' fascinates

Attracting those who want to be intertwined with nature in Kahramanmaraş, Galgamaç Waterfall amazes nature lovers with its water flowing from approximately 15 meters.

Galgamaç Waterfall, located in the Andırın district of Kahramanmaraş, fascinates its visitors with its natural beauty. Galgamaç Waterfall, located in the rural area of ​​Alanlı Mahallesi, 25 kilometers from the district center and flowing from a height of about 15 meters, has become a frequent destination for those who want to cool off in these days when the air temperature increases.
The waterfall, which has become a frequent destination for nature, photography and camping enthusiasts from Kahramanmaraş and the surrounding provinces in the spring and summer seasons, can be reached by passing through pine and oak forests.
Andırın Mayor Ahmet Doğan said that the district made a name for itself with its historical and natural beauties and that many people came to the region to get away from stress. Stating that the region fascinates its visitors, Doğan said, “Galgamaç Waterfall has become famous in recent years. It has a truly wonderful nature, not only a waterfall, but also a beautiful canyon to the north and south. Over time, the creek has carved this place and it has created a very beautiful view. In recent years, domestic and foreign tourists have been coming. It attracts a lot of attention,” he said.
Doğan stated that the waterfall is located 10 kilometers from the Andırın-Kahramanmaraş highway and stated that they will maintain the roads themselves until a certain point in order to reach the region in question. Stating that the rest of the road will be left without any work for nature walks, Doğan said that they want people to walk through the pine trees by breathing oxygen.
Noting that the district has many natural beauties, Doğan said: “We have many waterfalls, canyons and forests like Galgamaç. Our district, as it is known, is a district with the largest number of castles in the world. Therefore, we welcome our visitors who love history and cultural tourism. But we have a request from our visitors. Please let’s not pollute these places. Let’s not burn barbecues. At the same time, let’s not leave the garbage here.”


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