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Hidden Turkey


Cappadocia | Antalya and the beautiful towns of the Mediterranean Coast | Pamukkale Thermal Pools | Ephesus Ancient City | Gallipoli


13 Days / 12 Nights


Daily on a Private basis


$5677 per person (Private tour based on 2 passengers, twin share)


  • Professional English speaking guide
  • Driver and a/c transportation
  • Entrance fees as per program
  • Meals as indicated (B – Breakfast / L – Lunch / D – Dinner)
  • Accommodation at 4 star hotels
  • Local taxes & service surcharges


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Day 1: Istanbul/Ankara-Cappadocia
Visit the world famous Anatolian Civilizations Museum and the Mausoleum of Ataturk before heading south to Cappadocia. Stop on the way to visit to the 13th century Seljukian Caravanserai Agzikarahan. After visiting Kaymakli Underground City proceed to the hotel for overnight.

Day 2: Cappadocia
Begin the day with a spectacular balloon flight (optional extra) over the deep canyons and lush fertile valleys. Full day excursion in Cappadocia, which will include the Goreme Open Air Museum, the natural rocky fortress of Uchisar, Pigeon Valley, Kaymakli Underground City, and Zelve with its fascinating “fairy chimneys”. (B)

Day 3: Cappadocia-Aspendos-Antalya
Visit to the 13th century Seljukian masterpiece Sultanhan Caravanserai on the way to Konya. A short tour here will include the Mausoleum of Mevlana, instigator of the whirling dervishes. Continue south to Antalya, with a stop at Aspendos to see one of the best preserved amphitheatres in the world. (B)

Day 4: Antalya-Termessos-Antalya
Discover Termessos with its the impressive ruins – including an amphitheatre and a gymnasium, perched at an altitude of over 1000 metres up a mountainside. Free afternoon. (B)

Day 5: Antalya-Yanartas-Olympos Phaselis-Finike
Take a 30-minute trek up to a height of 300 metres to see the mysterious eternal flames of Chimaera. Visit Olympos and the very pretty site of Phaselis. On to Arykanda, one of the most spectacular and oldest (500BC) sites in Lycia. (B)

Day 6: Finike-Demre-Kekova-Kas
Visit Lycian tombs dating back to 600 B.C. at Demre/Myra then sail to Kekova islands with their very distinct rock sarcophagi, and ancient houses submerged under the clear water. Visit the ‘picture-postcard’ village of Simena with its stone houses covered in bougainvillea, and Kaleucagiz Castle. There will also be swimming facilities. Continue to Kas to overnight. (B)

Day 7: Kas
Day at leisure in Kas. (B)

Day 8: Kas-Xanthos-Patara-Saklikent-Gocek
Today’s visits will include the ancient Lycian sites of Xanthos and Patara, which also has a very attractive beach, and the hidden gorge of Saklikent Canyon. Overnight in Gocek. (B)

Day 9: Gocek-Dalyan Delta-Kaunos-Pamukkale
Take a small fishing boat through a maze of reeds in the Dalyan Delta, a refuge for large sea turtles (caretta caretta) and blue crabs. Kaunos, an important city and port on the Mediterranean from 400 B.C. will also be seen from the boat. Drive to Pamukkale and overnight. (B)

Day 10: Pamukkale-Aphrodisias-Sirince
See the ruins of ancient Hierapolis including the excellent Necropolis, Thermal Baths, Roman Theatre and the Museum. On to tour Aphrodisias, one of the most attractive ancient sites of the Aegean Region. The Stadium, which could hold 30,000 spectators, is one of the finest Graeco-Roman structures in the world. Enjoy a 2 nights stay in Sirince. (B)

Day 11: Ephesus
Most of today will be dedicated to visiting Ephesus, which was undoubtedly one of the most important cultural centres of the ancient world. (B)

Day 12: Sirince-Pergamon-Assos
Early departure to visit the hauntingly beautiful Pergamon, with its theatre built into an exceptionally steep hillside, and its famous ancient health centre where methods of treatment included blood transfusions, music therapy and meditation. On to Assos, considered the prettiest small harbour in the northern Aegean, with its impressive Hellenistic and Byzantine fortifications and the Temple of Athena on the summit, affording spectacular views of the Aegean Sea and the Greek island of Lesvos. (B)

Day 13: Assos-Troy-Gallipoli-Istanbul
Continue on to Troy, with its wooden horse, then cross the Dardanelles by ferry to visit the ANZAC sites at Gallipoli. Tour ends on arrival in Istanbul. (B)

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