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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  
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
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.  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
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