Things to Do in Turkey
Turkey is all about the experiences. If you’re yearning for adventure and a touch of repose, then we can find that excitement you desire. Whilst in Istanbul try something that extra special, we can arrange a private yacht cruise down the Bosphorus, soak up the differing architectural influences of this sprawling city all in a lap of luxury.
Another option is to take a day trip to the ancient city of Ephesus featuring one of the Seven wonders of the Ancient World. If you love the water then the crystal waters are perfect for a whole range of water sports, a truly magical spot for scuba diving or snorkelling. The otherworldly landscape of Cappadocia is fascinating, you’ll find imposing rock formations and mysterious caves, you can hike or take horseback to the hidden monasteries for an experience that will stay with you forever. Without doubt, a highlight here is taking to the skies by hot air balloon to see the sun rise over this breath-taking landscape.
Fairy Chimneys & Surreal Valleys
Spend the day exploring the remarkable sights of Cappadocia. Highlights include Pasabagi, known as 'Valley of the Monks', Valley of Zelve, also called 'Imagination Valley', Devrent, known as Pigeon Valley, and Uchisar Castle.
Rose Valley & Underground City
Today, visit the Rose and Red Valley followed by an exploration of the labyrinthine underground city of Kaymakli or Derinkuyu.
Topkapi Palace, Bosphorus Cruise & Grand Bazaar
Admire Topkapi Palace, cruise Bosphorus which separates Asia and Europe, practice your bargaining skills at Grand Bazaar and enjoy a cultural evening with a choice of either Whirling Dervish or belly-dancing shows.
Ancient Wonder of Ephesus
Spend the day exploring the city of Ephesus, an ancient Greek city home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world, the Temple of Artemis. Also enjoy a visit to the House of Virgin Mary and the Selcuk Museum.
Below the hot and bustling city of Istanbul lies the Basilica Cistern, built in the 6th century. The Basilica Cistern is a stunning architectural feat, and is not to be missed during your stay in Istanbul.
Explore Cappadocia's surreal valleys
Spend the day exploring the remarkable sights of Cappadocia's sprawling valleys and intricate rock formations. These rock stacks are known as fairy chimneys and take many different forms with a spectrum of colours.
Göreme Open-Air Museum
Explore Göreme Open-Air Museum , a must see on any visit to Cappadocia. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Göreme is known for its ancient cave churches and impressive frescoes.
Half day walking tour of the Old City
Enjoy a half-day private, guided tour of the monuments of the Old City. Your guide will be able to tailor-make the tour for you depending on your interests as well as adjusting your itinerary to avoided crowded times.
Hot Air Balloon Safari over Cappadocia
Rise early to take in the surreal landscapes of Cappadocia from a hot air balloon, offering unforgettable views over this remarkable area.
Istanbul culinary tour and Spice Market
Explore the Kadiköy Market and Street Food stalls of Asian Istanbul followed by the renowned Spice Market, stimulating your senses with tantalising sights, sounds and smells.