You can visit the Sat Glacial Lakes to discover a magnificent beauty in Hakkari. Located in the İkiyaka Mountains of the Yüksekova district of Hakkari, the Sat Glacial Lakes have a distance of 85 km from the city center. It is not possible to reach the Sat Glacial Lakes, which are frequently visited by the local people for camping, by car. For this reason, after you reach Yüksekova by car, you can continue the rest of the way on foot. There are flats where you can set up a tent in the region, which hosts nearly fifteen large and small glacial lakes. In this way, you can spend a night of camping where you can watch the stars in the open sky.
You can spare time for activities such as mountaineering, climbing, picnic or camping in Sat Glacial Lakes, an indispensable route for those camping in the İkiyaka Mountains or those who want to explore the Hakkari region. There are no facilities such as a market or cafe at the Sat Glacial Lakes Campground, where you can set up a free tent camp. Therefore, if you are going to barbecue or cook during the camp, you can make your preparations along the way. You can witness the harmony of vibrant colors by visiting the Sat Glacial Lakes Campground, which invites you to a unique beauty every season of the year, in the spring months. Likewise, when you go to the lake for camping in the winter season, you can have the chance to try winter activities and camp.
You have the chance to enjoy a unique nature at the Sat Glacier Lakes Campground, which has become a frequent destination for trekking groups and mountaineers due to its geographical location. Moreover, you can trekking in this unique nature, climb to the mountain peak, explore the lake surroundings or do yoga in a relaxing atmosphere. You can choose Sat Glacial Lakes Campground, where you can feel both sporty and calm, in any season of the year. You should also know that wildlife is very active in Sat Glacial Lakes. As you can watch wildlife, you must be careful to spend a safe camping time.
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