Göksu Dam is one of the convenient routes in Turkey where you can have a pleasant winter camp. Göksu Dam, which was built on Göksu Stream between 1987-1991 for irrigation purposes and officially opened in 1991; It is preferred for recreation area, fishing and camping. On the way to Göksu Dam, where camping and entrances are provided free of charge, you can take the shuttles that pass through the Mardin - Diyarbakır road and get off at the entrance of Akçomak Village and walk in the direction of the dam road. You can also come to the dam for camping with a private car and a personal caravan. Göksu Dam, located on the Diyarbakır - Mardin road, has a distance of 39.5 km from Diyarbakır and 64.7 km from Mardin.
While hosting various bird species, Göksu Dam, which has the unique beauty of Diyarbakır with its fertile soil, is not operated by a private facility. However, you may encounter facilities and businesses on the way to the region. From here, you can supply your deficiencies as well as satisfy your hunger in a short time. If you don't want to pay for food and drink just like camping, you can go to Göksu Dam Camping Area prepared. You can also be exposed to the sweltering summer heat of Diyarbakır at Göksu Dam. You may also have difficulty in finding a protective canopy from the heat due to the number of trees in the region. For this reason, we recommend especially the autumn and winter seasons for the period you will go to the Göksu Dam Camping Area. You also have the chance to witness an enchanting nature view during these seasons.
There are many activities you can try while staying at the Göksu Dam Camping Area. You can go for a nature walk by exploring the paths around the dam. You can also photograph various spots you have seen to record the bird species and countless beauties of the region. We can say that it will be invaluable to witness a unique beauty at every point you turn your face and to have an uninterrupted sleep accompanied by bright stars at night. You can also bring firewood for the campfire when you go because of the area's tree border.
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