Palovit Selalesi is a waterfall located in Rize Province, in northeast Turkey, on the eastern Black Sea coast. The road is narrow and steep.
The exhausting road is mostly paved (in bad conditions) and very narrow. It shouldn’t be attempted by those who don't know how to reverse. It’s pretty steep, and drivable in an ordinary car in dry weather in summer by confident, careful drivers. Located in Kaçkar Mountains National Park, this famous waterfall in a lush forest, falls from about 15 m high, in one of Turkey's most beautiful valleys, the Firtina (Storm) Valley.
Pic: Валентина Копчева
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