Tuz Lake or as called in Turkish language, Tuz Golu, is a salt lake in Turkey which is the second largest lake in the country. The lake water is 32% salt and therefore works as a huge salt supply roughly making 63% of the total salt used in Turkey. Salt Lake offers unique view to visitors. In spring, the lake has a gorgeous view with clear and pink water. The stunning changes in color in Turkey's Salt Lake are attracting visitors both human and feathered to central Anatolia. The redness on the lake surface begins in May due to decreasing rainfall and the rise in the water's salinity content. The red can be seen in May, June, and July. The color vanishes in July when the water level falls. After its ice-blue hue during the winter, the lake changes color in summer to a mixture of red and white due to a type of algae called dunaliella salina. This change in color from blue to red in the Salt Lake. Turkey's second largest, is a very rare view in the world. It is another destination for all kind of photography tours at Anatolia.