Ordu’s waterfalls, which stand out in tourism, started to welcome their visitors with the warming of the weather.
In Ordu, which has made a name for itself in nature tourism with its vast forests, streams and plateaus, waterfalls are preferred by those who are overwhelmed by the heat and who are looking for an alternative to sea tourism.
Some citizens who go to the waterfalls prefer to cool off by swimming, while others spend time picnicking in the surrounding area. Citizens immortalize the waterfalls, which contain unique natural beauties, with photo frames.
Provincial Culture and Tourism Director Uğur Toparlak told Anadolu Agency (AA) that there are approximately 2,000 streams across Ordu, and hundreds of waterfalls above the streams.
Emphasizing that each of the waterfalls is a destination and beauty in itself, Toparlak said that these are wonderful places especially for nature lovers.
Toparlak stated that the people of the region and citizens from outside the province spend their weekends at the waterfalls and that they have important works on waterfall tourism.
Noting that works such as landscaping and infrastructure are being carried out in accessible waterfalls, Toparlak said, “When these works are completed, we will ensure that our guests who come to Ordu spend at least one or two days here. Thus, we will continue to unearth the important resources of Ordu.” said.
“We invite you to see and discover Ordu’s waterfalls”
Toparlak pointed out that Ordu’s waterfalls attract a great deal of attention from both local people and guests, and said:
“People who come to the chalets spend their days listening very well. The sound of water is important in human life. Therefore, it is very nice to sit under this sound, drink tea here and relieve the tiredness of the week. We want all our citizens to share this sound with us. We invite you to see and discover the waterfalls.”
“There is no need to go on holiday to the Aegean or the Mediterranean”
Yeşim Çapkın, who visited Çiseli Waterfall in the Karaoluk District of Altınordu district, said that as the weather warms up, they try to spend their free time by visiting the waterfalls.
Stating that the waterfalls are places where one can breathe and intertwined with nature, Çapkın said that they were very overwhelmed during the epidemic process and that they came to the waterfall at the first opportunity with the controlled normalization period.
Çapkın noted that everyone should experience this natural beauty and that such places are good for work stress.
Mesut Taşlı also stated that with the beginning of summer, he and his family come to Çiseli Waterfall and spend time, the waterfall water is clean and quite cool, and such places are very good for them.
Filiz Arslan, on the other hand, said that Çiseli Waterfall is a very beautiful place and that many TV series and clips have been shot here.
Emphasizing that this place gives them peace with its oxygen and nature, Arslan said, “There is no need for us to go on holiday to the Aegean or the Mediterranean. This is enough for us. Because this is a place of natural wonder.” he said.