Uçansu Waterfall Serik

The Uçansu Waterfall is divided into two Upper Uçansu and Lower Uçansu. It is 65 km from Antalya city center, in the Akçapınar District of Gebiz, a district of Serik. The waterfall is 400 meters above sea level, above the Uçansu Stream. It is formed by the merger of Havutlu and Bal Streams. The falls are also on the St. Paul Trail, the second-longest marked hiking route in our country. Those who walk this route have the opportunity to see the waterfalls.
Although it is a bit difficult to go through the narrow dirt road through the forest to see the waterfalls flocked by visitors, especially on hot summer days, encountering a hidden paradise at the end of the road makes all this effort feel worth it.
The Aşağı Uçansu Waterfall, which is first encountered, spills from a height of 51 meters. In front of the waterfall, there is a clear pool about 4 meters deep. It takes on the color of the forest cover around it.
Those who want to see the Yukarı Uçansu Waterfall, which pours from a height of 70 meters through the pine trees, awaits those who want to follow the path that goes up and the walk, which lasts for an average of 1 hour. The scenery is beautiful enough to make you admire it. The summit of this waterfall has a smaller natural pool. It is a rock structure that has not collapsed. The giant cauldron formed at the back of this upper part is called the 'King's Pool'. The King's Pool, whose depth varies between 1.5 and 4 meters, has to be climbed through the greenery on the marked path.
Standing in nature with all their beauty and waiting to be explored more, Lower and Upper Uçansu Waterfalls offer different views to nature lovers and photography enthusiasts every season.