Olympos based facility is the ideal place for travelers who have not yet lost the spirit of adventure!
Kadir Kaya, the founder of Kadir’s Tree houses, came to this area 31 years ago where there was no electricity,. He lived like Robinson Crusoe his life and managed with many difficulties to bring the place to this day.Serving a few home guests 31 years ago, Kadir’s Tree houses are a facility that can serve 260 people today, with 100 Bungalows, 10 cabins and 4 crowded rooms.
Popular in the international backpacking community, Kadir’s Tree houses were selected as the best Hostel on earth at TNT in 2000. In 2010, it was in the list 10 most interesting places to see in the world by Washington Post. In 2011, it was ranked first in the world’s coolest 10 Hostel by the Los Angeles Times. BBC Television has shot twice in Olympos under the title of the Silk Road Of The Backpackers documentary. It is also shown on the Discovery Channel in a one-hour program that promotes Turkey.