Side mh. K. Karabekir Cd. No: 55, Manavgat ANTALYA / TURKEY
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In 2020 we will arrange different round trips from Side. Through these trips you will be able to discover different regions of Turkey. All places that we love to visit and to show our guests.

Contact us for further information about the trips.


06.04 – 09.04.2020 AND 05.10 – 08.10.2020 CAPPADOCIA

Experience Cappadocia – a moonlike landscape with fairy chimneys and peculiar rock formations. Join us for a three days trip to discover the beautiful valleys, the underground cities, the cave churches and houses carved into the rocks. The trip includes a full day trip to all the important sights, two days of valley trekking, a visit to Konya and the İhlara Valley, winetasting, village visits and much more. We stay in a small cave hotel in Göreme to make sure that you are close to all the sights and to give you a chance to explore the area on your own as well as a part of the group.

27.04 – 30.04.2020 HISTORY AND WINE

Join us on a trip that combines some of the most exciting ancient cities found in Turkey with visits to small boutique wineries and a chance to taste some of the best food Turkey can offer. We will visit the crystalblue Salda Lake, explore the ruins of Afrodisias and Ephesus, discover the lime terracces in Pamukkale, enjoy small, friendly Agean towns and taste plenty of good wine and local food.

03.04 – 06.04.2020 AND 02.10 – 05.10.2020 ISTANBUL

Explore the facinating city of İstanbul, a world metropol where Europe meets Asia. Istanbul has been and still is one of the most important cities in the world. It is beautifully situated by the Bosphorus and offers historical landmarks from many different periodes. Let us show you both the traditional touristic places as well as the hidden gems. We will stay in the center of the old city and give you plenty of free time to explore the city.

23.09 – 26.09.2019 WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN

This tour will give you the chance to visit some of the best places on the Mediterranean Coast. We will vist Fethiye, Ölüdeniz, Kayaköy and Göcek on the way to Dalyan. In Dalyan we will stay just by the river and enjoy a river cruise to the famous İztuzu beach while enjoying the scenery and the ancient King tombs. You will also discover Akyaka and Datça that are favourites among Turkish holiday makers and visit the ancient city Afrodisias, Pamukkale and the Salda Lake.

16.03 – 18.03.2020 AND 02.11 – 04.11.2020 NORTHERN CYPRUS

Explore the delightful town and villages of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Visit the famous Lefkoşa (Nicosia) the last divided capital in the world, make a historical tour of the walled city of Mağusa (Famagusta) and see the ruins of Salamis. Visit the exquisite St. Barnabas Monastery and stop for a drink in the beautiful harbour in Girne (Kyrenia). Explore the beautiful area of Bellapais and climb to the top of St. Hilarion for the spectacular viewpoint.

05.05 – 06.05.2020 SAGALASSOS – PAMUKKALE – SALDA

Take a picturesque journey through the Taurus mountains to visit the unique ancient city of Sagalassos, experience the beautiful white lime terraces in Pamukkale where you can bathe like a queen in Cleopatra’s thermal pool. Explore the ruins of Hierapolis and relax and rejuvenate in an overnight stay in a thermal hotel. See the culture in the old parts of Denizli city and enjoy the white beaches and crystal blue water in Turkeys most beautiful lake

11.05 – 14.05.2020 HIKING ON THE LYCIAN WAY

The Lycian Way is the most famous walking trail in Turkey and one of the most beautiful long distance walks in the world.  You walk through the ancient region of Lycia on a spectacular coastal trail. Lycia is the historical name of the western part of the Mediterranean coast in Turkey. This is an area where the mountains rise steeply from the sea covedered by pine and juniper forrests.

The Lycian Way is a 540 km long marked footpath from Fethiye to Antalya. The trail consists of old Roman roads, old footpaths and mule trails. We will walk through the foothills of the Taurus Mountains, explore small and big Roman ancient cities, enjoy national parks and visit remote mountain villages. Walking is a healthy low impact way to travel and it takes you to places which are normally hard to visit and feels far away from the main tourist centers. We will stay in beautiful Adrasan and enjoy three days of dıfferent hikes and one day on the sea with a full day boattour to some of the most beautiful bays in Turkey.

19.10.2019 – 22.10.2020 GOURMET TOUR GAZIANTEP AND HATAY

To most people eating i sa daily part of life, however to the people of Gaziantep they live to eat. The Turkish cuisine is world renowned and travelling around Turkey you will find amazing food and cultural delights. However, it is in the region of Hatay and Gaziantep where you will experience the most unexpected and most amazing food.

Be prepared as this is no traditional ‘gourmet tour’. There are no restaurants with Michelin stars, fine dining or fancy wine tasting events. Gaziantep and Hatay is a fantastic cultural array of tasty, spicy, plentiful meals in quite often very local and simple surroundings that will bring the food to life. For any serious foodie this is must do experience! Bring some loose clothing and be prepared to put on some extra pounds.

Gaziantep is listed in UNESCOs list of Creative Cities Network for gastronomy. The city is well known for its gastronomic history and it is the main source of economy in the city where 60% of the active working population is employed in the food industry. The city of Hatay is very close to the border, influenced by many different cultures and the cuisine is a real foodie adventure. And, as nobody can eat 24 hours we spend the rest of the time exploring the amazing history and culture of this beautiful region.


The eastern parts of Turkey are less explored than the rest of Turkey, while historically and culturally it has more to offer than any other region. The hot lowlands of ancient Mesepotamia has been a crossroad for thousands of years which has made the area into a fascinating melting pot where Kurds, Arabs, Turks, Muslims, Christians, Jews and Yezidis have co-exited for centuries. Join us for a tour of this wonderful picturesque region and learn some fascinating facts about the ancient Mesopotamia. Experience the mixture of different religions and diversity of cultures in Mardin and visit the city walls of Diyarbakir. Visit Göbekli Tepe a 12.000 year old Neolithic site that is the first human built holy site. Dine in local restaurants and taste some of the best food in Turkey from the Gaziantep kitchen which is on the UNESCO Creative Cities list.


Explore the ancient Armenian city of Ani, walk among russian buildings in Kars, see mount Ararat, join us to visit relatives in the villages in Kars, see the magnificent Ishakpasa Castle, swim in the Van lake, visit the nearly 3000 years old castle in Van, visit the old Armenian church on Akdamar island and enjoy a breath-taking nature in the region of Turkey that has the lowest number of tourists, but so much to offer. Despite its wealth of attractions and magnificent nature this region is still more or less untouched by tourism.