Its name comes from the tiger butterfly and billions of butterflies that wrap around the rocks, tree trunks and leaves. Reaching 350 meters the valley is surrounded by steep rocks. No construction is allowed in here and is declared as a primary protected area since the 8th February 1995. It had been proposed to protect the valley as World Heritage due to hosting such a large swarm of endemic butterflies.
To get to the Valley transport can be provided by the boats that depart from Oludeniz beach. It is a natural treasure in the boundarys of the Oludeniz district. Spilling 50 meters in height the waterfall reaches a stream through the valley and joins the Mediterranean Sea.