Nimrud Crater Lake: A natural wonder
The world's 2nd, Turkey's largest crater lake, Nimrud Crater Lake, which is notable for its nature and enormous scenery, is being visited by local and foreign climbers and photo lovers.
Nimrud Crater Lake with an altitude of 2,900 meters, and received the "award of excellence" within the scope of the Europe Distinguished Destinations Project, is being visited by local and foreign climbers and photo lovers.
The Nimrud Crater Lake, located within the Tatvan and Ahlat district borders of Bitlis and at an altitude of approximately 2,900 meters, welcomes local and foreign climbers and photo lovers.
Domestic and foreign tourists, who have recently turned the peaceful environment into an opportunity as terrorist incidents in the region have dwindled, flock to Bitlis, an eastern province in Turkey, which grabs attention for its nature and history.
Photo-lovers and climbers who want to photograph the enormous landscape of Crater Lake are camping out around the Crater Lake.
Climbers and photo-lovers who spend the night around Crater Lake, begin climbing with the first lights of the morning, which last for hours.
Having breakfast at the top of Nimrud, naturalists wait for the lake to turn blue to take the most beautiful photo. Taken from different angles, the bluish and motley landscape pictures of the lake fascinate those who see it.
Beautiful images of the lake, taken after a long and grueling journey, make climbers forget the fatigue of the whole day.
"Our aim is to introduce our beautiful country, province, especially Nimrud Crater Lake to Turkey and the world"
Indicating that they try to introduce the history and nature of Bitlis to the local and foreign climber groups, Turkey Mountaineering Federation Coach Hakkı Uğur said that Bitlis is one of the rare cities to be visited and seen.
"Our aim is to introduce our beautiful country, province, especially Nimrud Crater Lake to Turkey and the world," Uğur said.
Noting that they working for this, Uğur said they are camping in the crater lake with the domestic and foreign groups.
"The next day, after about 3 hours of walking, we get to the summit, from here, the beautiful view, we take pictures to make the moment immortalize."