All of our tours

The Aegean is one of the world's premier cruising and yachting regions. All you need is your passion for the sea, to meet new friends from all around the world, and you can travel in some of the most beautiful and picturesque places you have ever imagined. Combine this with sailing on a traditional gulet boat.  A gulet is an all wooden handcrafted motor sailing yacht equipped with 1 or 2 masts. Sound like Fun?  The stretch of coastline between Bodrum and Marmaris is not only pristine, but rich with history, with ancient ruins taking centre stage at several ports.
We'll help make your journey to or from the airport even smoother with a private vehicle transfer.   Flying can be stressful enough so why not take the hassle out of dealing with local taxi's and the queues and be driven directly to your accommodation.
We'll help make your journey to or from the airport even smoother with a private vehicle transfer.   Flying can be stressful enough so why not take the hassle out of dealing with local taxi's and the queues and be driven directly to your accommodation.
Antalya is a popular holiday location on the Mediterranean where you can gaze at the stunning blue waters and lie on the white sandy beaches. Roam a very modern city with one of Turkey's finest museums.  Wander around the charmingly preserved old city of Kaleici and learn about its' importance as a great Roman Port. Close by are some great archaeological sites. The South Coast of Turkey is beckoning you. Highlights of this trip are: Visit to archaeological sites of Perge, Aspendos, Termessos, Side Kursunlu Waterfalls Upper Duden Waterfalls Kaleici old city including Hadrians gate, The clock tower, The Kesik Minare Antalya Museum  
This fascinating journey is like no other. Starting in Cappadocia we explore the spectacular volcanic scenery and underground cities. We then head to the unique monumental sculptures at Mt Nemrut. Our adventure then continues around Sanliurfa, where there are biblical and prehistoric sites believed to have been settled by the early 9th millennium BC. The stunning Zeugma Mosaic Museum in Gaziantep is a must see. The combination of these sites is unique in the world and waiting for you to discover this intriguing area. Walking in a number of Cappadocian valleys Goreme open air museum Derinkuyu underground city Climb to top of Mt Nemrut 2134 metres above sea level for magificent scenery and view the amazing statues Trip over Ataturk Dam by boat Harran and its beehive houses and Edessa Sanliurfa - visit the cave where the prophet Abraham was born Goblekli Tepe- deemed to be the " first temple in the world" Gaziantep Mosaic Museum- the second largest collection on show in the world  
Visit two of the most seductive areas outside of Istanbul together with an expert guide each day.  Cappadocia with it spectacular and breathtaking volcanic scenery and fascinating underground cities and the remarkable ancient city of Ephesus and surrounding areas will ensure you have a memorable 4 days in Turkey in these two UNESCO listed locations. Highlights include: Cappadocian Valley walk Goreme Open Air museum Pottery Demonstration Avanos Derinkuyu Underground City Ihlara Valley walk along river Selime Monastery Ephesus guided tour Temple of Artemis- one of the ancient seven wonders of the world Virgin Mary's House  
Explore the spectacular Cappadocian landscape, created as a result of the volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago and sculptured by erosion. Visit the fascinating large underground cities, built by Christians to escape persecution. Two days is a great way to see some of the highlights of the area with a personal guide both days. Cappadocian Valley walk Goreme Open Air museum Pottery Demonstration Avanos Derinkuyu Underground City Ihlara valley walk Selime Monastary
Explore the spectacular Cappadocian landscape, created as a result of the volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago and sculptured by erosion. Visit the fascinating large underground cities, built by Christians to escape persecution. Be astonished by the incredible rock hewn churches and byzantine frescoes. Three days is a good way to explore the Cappadocian region in detail with a licensed guide on each day.  You can even add on one of the famous optional extra balloon flights to make your trip more memorable. .  A must see  destination to visit in Turkey Kaymakli Underground City Cappadocian valley walk Goreme Open Air Museum Tour Pottery demonstration Avanos Ortahisar Castle Derinkuyu Underground City Ihlara valley walk
Explore the spectacular Cappadocian landscape, created as a result of the volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago and sculptured by erosion. Visit the fascinating large underground cities, built by Christians to escape persecution. Be astonished by the incredible rock hewn churches and byzantine frescoes. Three days is a good way to explore the Cappadocian region in detail with a licensed guide for two of the days, but one free day to explore areas or activities specific to your interests. You can even add on one of the famous optional extra balloon flights to make to your trip more memorable.  A must see destination to visit in Turkey. Goreme Open Air Museum Tour Kaymakli Underground City Tour Walks in various valleys Visits to various nearby villages of Cavusin and Uchisar Pottery demonstration Avanos Visits to a number of valleys in the area, Pasabag, Pigeon, Red, Devrent    
Explore the spectacular Cappadocian landscape, created as a result of the volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago and sculptured by erosion. Visit the fascinating large underground cities, built by Christians to escape persecution. Be astonished by the incredible rock hewn churches and byzantine frescoes. Three days is a good way to explore the Cappadocian region in detail with a licensed guide on each day. You can even add on one of the famous optional extra balloon flights to make to your trip more memorable.  A must see destination to visit in Turkey.  And for those that don't like flying, or who want to experience the way the locals travel, by bus, this tour gives you 3 full days in Cappadocia, giving you time to see the main highlights with a guide for 2 days, as well as some free time to do your own thing. Goreme Open Air Museum Tour Walk through various Valleys Kaymakli Underground City Tour Pottery demonstration Avanos Ortahisar Castle  
Explore the spectacular Cappadocian landscape, created as a result of the volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago and sculptured by erosion. Visit the fascinating large underground cities, built by Christians to escape persecution. Be astonished by the incredible rock hewn churches and byzantine frescoes.   A must see destination to visit in Turkey, even if you only have one day to spare. Goreme Open Air museum tour Kaymakli Underground City tour Drives through Red Valley and Devrent Imagination Valley,  
The ceremony of the Whirling Dervishes is an 800 year old tradition in Turkey, and consequently an important part of Turkey’s cultural heritage. In fact, UNESCO proclaimed this unique ceremony an Intangible Heritage of Humanity in 2005. The Sema ceremony represents a spiritual journey; the seeker's turning toward God and truth, a maturing through love, the transformation of self as a way of union with God, and the return to life as the servant of all creation. A important piece of cultural history that you should not leave Turkey without watching and understanding.
Experience an astonishing day at one of Turkey's most visited archaeological sites. Ephesus was one of the most magnificent cities of the Roman Empire and it still portrays magnificence. Your expert guide will reveal the history, stories and people and their forward thinking and intelligence. The ancient ruins of Ephesus should be on everyone’s bucket list. Highlights include: Ancient City of Ephesus Temple of Artemis, one of the Ancient Seven Wonders of the World Virgin Mary's House, where it is believed she spent her final days   .
Experience an astonishing day at one of Turkey's most visited archaeological sites. Ephesus was one of the most magnificent cities of the Roman Empire and it still portrays magnificence. Your expert guide will reveal the history, stories and people and their forward thinking and intelligence. The ancient ruins of Ephesus should be on everyone’s bucket list. Highlights include: Ancient City of Ephesus (including the terrace houses) Temple of Artemis, One of the Ancient Seven Wonders of the World Virgin Mary's House, where it is believed she spent her final days  
Gallipoli was the setting of a major World War 1 battle undertaken by Australian and New Zealand troops and marked a significant victory for the Turkish campaign against the Allies. Attending Gallipoli is not just a day to remember the thousands of soldiers that sacrificed their lives on all sides, but hear stories of courage, endurance and mateship and of the significance of this area.  Troy, both an archaeological site reflecting 4000 years of history of one of the most famous cities that existed and part of a legend reflected in Homer's "Illiad".  You can enjoy both of these tours over two unrushed days with expert guides. Highlights-Gallipoli Brighton Beach and Cemetery ANZAC Cove and Commenmorative Site Lone Pine Australian Memorial Johnston’s Jolly (Turkish and Allied trenches and tunnels) Turkish 57. Infantry Regiment Cemetery The Nek Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial Troy Highlights: The Trojan Horse The 3700 year old city walls The Bouleuterion (Senate Building) The Odeon (Concert Hall) Remains of the various cities from Troy I through to Troy IX.
Gallipoli was the setting of a major World War 1 battle undertaken by Australian and New Zealand troops and marked a significant victory for the Turkish campaign against the Allies. Attending Gallipoli is not just a day to remember the thousands of soldiers that sacrificed their lives on all sides, but hear stories of courage, endurance and mateship and of the significance of this area.  Common feedback describes this as an unforgettable day. Highlights Brighton Beach and Cemetery ANZAC Cove and Commemorative Site Ariburnu Cemetery Lone Pine Australian Memorial Johnston’s Jolly  (Turkish and Allied trenches and tunnels) Turkish 57. Infantry Regiment Cemetery The Nek Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial        
Turkey is an amazing diverse country.  It has stunning scenery, such as the volcanic landscape in Cappadocia and the white stunning travertines at Pamukkale.  Then there is the remarkable UNESCO listed archaeological sites at Troy, Pergamon, Ephesus and Hierapolis. When you combine these ancient sites with the modern history and significant Turkish victory at Gallipoli,  with east meets west Istanbul history and culture, you end up with this fascinating 10 day trip. A trip full of bucket list “must see” destinations. Highlights Istanbul -Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palce, Grand Bazaar Gallipoli- the main memorials and cemetaries Troy- the horse and the ruins of 9 generations Pergamon - the Acropolis and the Asclepieum Ancient City of Ephesus- the Celsus Library and Theatre Pamukkale- the Travertines and Heirapolis Cappadocia- the stunning volcanic scenery and underground cities
We believe that this will be an experience which will provide you with unforgettable memories from seeing the breath-taking unique landscape of Cappadocia from the air.  This approximately 1 hour Butterfly Balloon ride contains up to 16 people in the basket. The vast majority of people that have ever taken a balloon ride in Cappadocia agree that it is worth getting up early in the morning to see this spectacular and amazing scenery.
We believe that this will be an experience which will provide you with unforgettable memories from seeing the breath-taking landscape of Cappadocia from the air.  This 1.5 to 2 hour Butterfly Balloon ride has a maximum of 12 people in the basket. The vast majority of people that have ever taken a balloon ride in Cappadocia agree that it is worth getting up early in the morning to see this spectacular and amazing scenery.  
What makes Istanbul so beautiful is the Bosphorus Strait separating Europe from Asia, and the Golden Horn. A cruise along these waterways is a relaxing way to look at the scenery, the amazing archistecture and skyline that makes Istanbul a natural treasure! A must do in a private boat. Highlights: relaxing way to tour 90 minute cruise on the Golden Horn and Bosphorus in a private boat spectacular architecture of such buildings like Dolmabache Palace, the two Bosphorus Bridges, Rumeli Fortress, Kucuksu Palace and Pierre Loti Hill  
Istanbul has been and will continue to be the heart and soul of Turkey with over 2500 years of history.  A fascinating city, showing how antiquity, with its’ historical mosques and palaces can mix with the modern buildings and culture.   A unique buzz embraces you when you arrive, with a population of over 14.5 million official residents, and a wide mix of westernisation and conservative Muslim culture.  Then on this trip we explore the spectacular Cappadocian landscape, created as a result of the volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago and sculptured by erosion. We visit one of the fascinating large underground cities, built by Christians to escape persecution. A great 4 day vacation. Highlights Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia Topkapi Palace (closed Tuesdays) Goreme Open Air Museum Walk through a Cappadocian Valley Derinkuyu Underground City Ihlara valley walk        
Istanbul has been and will continue to be the heart and soul of Turkey with over 2500 years of history.  A fascinating city, showing how antiquity, with its’ historical mosques and palaces can mix with the modern buildings and culture.   A unique buzz embraces you when you arrive, with a population of over 14.5 million official residents, and a wide mix of westernisation and conservative Muslim culture. Ephesus was once the fourth largest city in the eastern Roman Empire. This is truly an amazing archaeological site that will be brought alive as your guide takes you through the history, stories and people that once populated this enormous city.  Highlights Istanbul -Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palce, Grand Bazaar Byzantine churches and palaces Ancient City of Ephesus Temple of Artemis, one of the Ancient Seven Wonders of the World Virgin Mary's House, where it is believed she spent her final days                  
Istanbul has been and will continue to be the heart and soul of Turkey with over 2500 years of history.  A fascinating city, showing how antiquity, with its’ historical mosques and palaces can mix with the modern buildings and culture.   A unique buzz embraces you when you arrive, with a population of over 14.5 million official residents, and a wide mix of westernisation and conservative Muslim culture.  Separated by the Bosphorus and the Sea of Marmara making the waterways a significant feature of Istanbul, the food, the people and former capital of 3 empires- Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman characterise a unique city. Highlights of the day include: Spice Market Galata Bridge Ferry ride to the local markets in Kadikoy on the Asian side Tunel Galata Tower Istiklal mall walk to Taksim- one of the most famous streets and location Dolmabache Palace
Vialand is a great place to enjoy a shopping fix as well as an adrenaline fix on all the rides and non stop entertainment. Vialand covers an area of about 100 soccer fields so you will never run out of places to see and visit and things to do.  Highlights: Theme park Shopping Mall, Entertainment complex including cinema and bowling alley Food court  
Fancy some fun in Istanbul in the world's first island of fun featuring 5 different attractions and a shopping mall. Whilst entrance to the theme part are included the full list of choices are: A theme Park which features 28 different entertaining rides including the phenomenon Red Fire, one of the most exciting roller coasters of the world. An aquarium - the world’s first climate themed aquarium A game centre with  74 different game types A movie cinema with 5 saloons having 539 seats capacity. Bowling Saloon with 10 lanes. A shopping mall  with 152 stores  
This is a tour for family fun and there are so many reasons to smile on this day out! The Istanbul Aquarium, with 17,000 land and sea creatures is a great place for kids and adults alike to be entertained, especially on a cold wet day or alternative a very hot day in Istanbul  After the aquarium, then there is time for shopping in the mall.    
A wonderful way to experience a different part of Turkey for extra sightseeing and relaxation but not far from Istanbul.  The Black sea region is only an hour and a half from Istanbul. Sile, with a history dating back some 2700 years, is a small town on the Black sea shore and is one of a number of beach resorts for Istanbul. Agva near Sile is also know for its beach activity. Kilimli is the famous bay in Agva and also a great place for swimming and walking.  A great day of relaxation. Highlights: beaches for swimming river boat ride explore small villages    
Bursa is a great place to visit as a day trip. Whilst Turkey's 4th largest city, Bursa provides a wonderful opportunity to experience a very traditional city rich in history as the first capital of the Ottoman empire. With some magnificent religious monuments, a strong history in silk trading, "home" to many foods including the "iskender kebab"  there is a variety of things to see, learn and taste. The city which is also known as “Green Bursa” with its fresh air from the lush vegetation and the vast forests nearby. Highlights of this trip Bursa market Silk han Grand Ulu Mosque, Mausoleums of Osman and Orhan Bey Green Mosque- the carved marble doorway is one of the best in Turkey
Once the capital of the Ottoman Empire and an important trading gateway between the east and the west, this tour explores the Ottoman and neo-classical architecture and other gems of this city. On the border of three countries, Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey, Edirne is a living museum with its mosques, bridges, and caravanserais. Highlights: Selimiye Mosque UNESCO world heritage site Old Mosque (Eski Camii), Uc Serefeli Mosque Grand Bazaar. 12th-century Tower Gate  Meric Bridge
Explore a different side of Istanbul and experience the peaceful surrounds of Buyukada. Literally “Big Island” in Turkish, it is the largest and most populated of the 9 Princes’ Islands, and has an fascinating history.  Motor vehicles are not allowed, but the peaceful carriages (phaeton) are and we take a ride on one. Highlights Ferry ride to Büyükada. Walking in the peaceful surrounds of Buyukada Lots of fascinating wooden house and Hagia Yorgi Church Visit one of the most historical and unique places on island, Splendid Hotel. Take a horse drawn carriage (phaeton) 45 minutes
Istanbul's most famous attractions in one tour.  This full day tour of highlights are considered the main attractions for the old city of Istanbul. Once Byzantium, then Constantinople and now Istanbul...history, fascination of the Roman and Byzantium periods, which then all changed when it was conquered by Mehmet in 1493.  Be intrigued and absorbed by the stories and see the places that are not to be missed when travelling to Istanbul, all with a knowledgeable guide. Highlights: The Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace Grand Bazaar.   
Sapanca has become a popular destination, especially in recent years, with various shades of ever-green, close proximity to Istanbul, clean air and high-quality hotels offering spa and massage facilities for those who are tired of the daily rush. Maşukiye is one a wonderful spot where you can immerse yourself in nature. Highlights: The biggest zoo in Istanbul - Darica Admire a walk around the beautiful and  peaceful surrounds of Sapanca Lake Masukiye village -enjoy lunch here to entice your taste buds with local cuisine. Enjoy hiking by climbing up the half of the heights of the Kartepe mountain i
Why not take a tour to the highest point around the Bosphorus and get that magical photo.  This half day tour takes you across the first Bosphorus Bridge to Camlica Hill at 268 metres above sea level for that chance.  Then we visit one of the most glamous palaces in the world and an important place in Turkish history Dolmabahce Palace. Highlights View from Camlica Hill Everyday traffic on the Bridge Guided Tour Dolmabahce Palace (closed Mondays and Thursday where Chora Museum will be visited instead)
HIstory buffs, this half day tour on Fridays of the archeological museum should not be missed.  Thousands of years of history are on display here. This superb museum showcases archaeological and artistic treasures from the both pre and Ottoman periods and includes ancient artefacts and an exhibition tracing Istanbul's history. Named as Museum of the year by the European council in 1991, there are many highlights, but the sarcophagi from the Royal Necropolis of Sidon are simply amazing as is the stunning mihrab from the İbrahim Bey İmâret in Karaman, built in 1432.   
Ever wanted to learn the art of making a delicious cup of Turkish coffee? Coffee is national drink of Turkey that has a long historical tradition. Its story began in Egypt, where the Ottomans brought the first coffee beans to Istanbul in 1519.  Learn how to make it, taste some and also taste Turkish delight and leave with a smile on your face and a certificate on hand. Highlights: Coffee Making Course (With Certificate) in a Coffee Shop, Coffee Tasting in Oldest Coffee House of Istanbul, Spice Bazaar visit Turkish Delight Tasting in Oldest Historical Turkish Delight Shop (Hacıbekir),
The Fener and Balat areas in Istanbul, are two of the most characteristic and richest in history. They are UNESCO listed yet not a lot of visitors to Istanbul visit these areas, nor know the history.   This tour covers the intriguing tradtional Jewish area of Balat. Highlights of this tour are: Bulgarian Church of Saint Stephen of the Bulgars City walls Tekfur Saray Armenian Church of Surp Hreshdagabet Heritage Listed Old buildings Modern day restoration
One of the main reasons people travel is to try the local cuisine. Turkish cuisine, like Turkey itself, is a mixture of history of different people from various cultures leaving a lasting stamp on its food. Our tour is designed to lead visitors on an eating binge through the city’s lesser-seen historic side streets and authentic markets and cafes.  Why not come see and taste Istanbul in true Turkish style
For a fun and entertaining Saturday night come to this Sensational Ottoman harem dancing show, with traditional dances and exotic belly dances. With fascinating choreography and Rhythm and fire shows. It is highly energic and moving and has amazing  costumes with 360 degree special visual effects.  This is all in a historical location and building.           
If you’ve ever wanted to witness the Whirling Dervishes, this is your opportunity. The Sema ceremony of the Whirling Dervishes is an 800 year tradition in Turkey, and consequently, an important part of Turkey’s cultural heritage. In fact, UNESCO proclaimed this unique ritual an Intangible Heritage of Humanity in 2005.  Prior to the dervish dance is some tradtional turkish music.
Interested in a highly entertaining night? Visit an exclusive nightclub and enjoy not only authentic Turkish cuisine but also traditional music with traditional dance.belly dancing and more. 
Enjoy a night on the Bosphorus Strait filled with belly dancing and Anatolian folk music.  This 3.5 dinner cruise is a fun and highly lively and entertaining night.  The Bosphorus dinner cruise glides along the strait’s beautiful evening waters and passes Istanbul’s best sights. See the illuminated Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge and Blue Mosque as you watch a traditional performance and savor great food and drinks
In a week, this trip visits the three most famous and captivating scenery, sights and ancient ruins of Turkey. First we explore the heart and soul of Turkey…Istanbul, its captivating history, the unique buildings, great food, culture and people. Then we go east to explore the spectacular Cappadocian landscape, created as a result of the volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago and sculptured by erosion. Visit the fascinating large underground cities, built by Christians to escape persecution. Transporting you back in time, Ephesus was once a very important centre of trade and commerce, 2000 years ago.  Experience an astonishing day at one of Turkey's most visited archaeological sites. Your expert guide will reveal the history, stories and people and their forward thinking and intelligence.   Highlights: Istanbul -Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palce, Grand Bazaar Istanbul-Bzytanine churches and Palaces Cappadocia- The stunning volcanic scenery and Underground Cities and frescoed churches Ephesus- the Celsus Library and Theatre        
Ever wanted to go crusing along the beautiful Turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea on a Gulet?  All you need is your passion for the sea, to meet new friends from around the world, to travel in some of the most beautiful and picturesque places you have ever imagined.  This 4 day 3 night cruise along an unspoilt coastline and one of the least developed of the Mediterranean.   Highlights of this tour include the actual Gulet boat ride itself ( A gulet is an all wooden handcrafted motor sailing yacht equipped with 1 or 2 masts) and the swimming, sunbaking and relaxing and: Olympos Pirates Cave Kekova and visiting some of the sarcophagus Kas Butterfly Valley Gemiler Island Fethiye - Ölüdeniz Beach Fethiye Harbour
Have you got a passion for the sea, to meet new friends from around the world, to travel in some of the most beautiful places you have ever imagined.  This 4 day 3 night travels along a Turkey coastline lapped by jade waters and backed by forest-blanketed slopes and unspoilt beauty. The Turkish Coast is prime sun-and-sea territory.  All it needs is you!   Highlights of this tour include the actual Gulet boat ride itself ( A gulet is an all wooden handcrafted motor sailing yacht equipped with 1 or 2 masts) and the swimming, sunbaking and relaxing and: Fethiye Bay and islands Islands and Secluded bays Kızıl Ada Manastir Bay Marmaris Marmaris Harbour Samanlik Bay
A spectacular wonder of nature for thousands of years. The surreal, brilliant white travertine terraces formed by hardened calcium carbonate sediments over time fed by the rich mineral waters are a must visit on your trip to Turkey.  By 190 BC, Pergamum’s King Eumenes II was so seduced by its charms that he established the city of Hieropolos atop the summit of the travertines.  The unique combination of natural and man-made wonders has been made this a Unesco World Heritage site Highlights Visiting the travertines Put your feet in the thermal spring water Hierapolis tour visiting one of the most spectacular theatres in Turkey .
One of the Turkey’s most spectacular wonders of nature has been receiving visitors for thousands of years. The attraction is Pamukkale, known as the “CottonCastle,” formed of hardened calcium carbonate sediments that over time have created a mountainous cascade of white travertine pools, continually fed by mineral rich underground springs. By 190 BC, Pergamum’s King Eumenes II was so seduced by its charms that he established the city of Hieropolos atop the summit of the travertines.  We also visit Karahayit known in the past for its rust red hot mineral waters.. Highlights include: walking on a limited path of UNESCO listed Travertines Hierapolis ancient Roman City Tour Karahayit hot springs        
A spectacular wonder of nature for thousands of years. The surreal, brilliant white travertine terraces formed by hardened calcium carbonate sediments over time fed by the rich mineral waters.are a must visit on your trip to Turkey.  By 190 BC, Pergamum’s King Eumenes II was so seduced by its charms that he established the city of Hieropolos atop the summit of the travertines.  The unique combination of natural and man-made wonders has been made this a Unesco World Heritage site.  Add these sites to the great beauty and extraordinary preservation of Aprodisias and you have one amazing guided tour.   Highlights: Pamukkale travertines Put your feet in the thermal spring water Hierapolis tour includes a walk to the amazing theatre where you can look out over the valley Aprodisias -Ancient Greco-Roman city which is dedicated to the Goddess of Love, "Aphrodite". This city was a famous school of sculpture and hence became a center of Art in its time
Experience a thrill of a lifetime. Oludeniz also well-known as the Blue Lagoon, is a well known paragliding place for anyone with a spirit of adventure! Highlights: Experience the thrill of paragliding Get a magnificent bird’s-eye view of Oludeniz and its surroundings Push your limits
The seven churches of Revelation consist of seven literal churches that existed at the time that John the apostle was writing the Revelation. The Part of the instruction that John received was: “What you see, write in a book and send it to the seven churches. This tour covers the religious significance of these churches.   The seven churches we visit are: Ephesus (Revelation 2:1-7) - the church that had forsaken its first love Smyrna (Revelation 2:8-11) - the church that would suffer persecution Pergamum (Revelation 2:12-17) - the church that needed to repent Thyatira (Revelation 2:18-29) - the church that had a false prophetess Sardis (Revelation 3:1-6) - the church that had fallen asleep Philadelphia (Revelation 3:7-13) - the church that had endured patiently Laodicea (Revelation 3:14-22) - the church with the lukewarm faith
St Paul is considered by many as responsible for the spread of Christianity to Western Europe.  If St Paul had not preached, Christianity would probably have died out when the Jewish rebellion of 66 AD was crushed and Jerusalem burned. Paul was both a product of his time and a major influence on our time. The St Paul Trail is a 500km 27-day way-marked footpath from Perge, 10 km E of Antalya, to Yalvac, North East of Lake Egirdir.  It starts at sea level and and climbs to up 2200m (with an option to go to 2635 m), and offer walkers insight into the countryside that Paul traveled through on his first journey through Asia Minor, without walking the whole route.  Feel like a bit of a pilgrimage?  
In just 8 days, you will visit the four most famous and captivating scenery, sights and ancient ruins of Turkey. First we explore the heart and soul of Turkey…Istanbul, its captivating history, the unique buildings, great food, culture and people.  Your expert guide will reveal the history, stories and people and their forward thinking and intelligence. The white stunning travertines at Pamukkale are a remarkable piece of nature.  Then there is the captivating UNESCO listed archaeological sites of Hierapolis and Ephesus. Transporting you back in time, Ephesus was once a very important centre of trade and commerce, 2000 years ago.  Then we go east to explore the spectacular Cappadocian landscape, created as a result of the volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago and sculptured by erosion. Visit the fascinating large underground cities, built by Christians to escape persecution.   Highlights: Istanbul -Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palce, Grand Bazaar Ephesus- the Celsus Library and Theatre Pamukkale- the Travertines and Heirapolis Cappadocia- the stunning volcanic scenery and underground cities