is known as one of the best destinations in the world because of how affordably
you can travel and experience everything it has to offer. All-inclusive trips
to Turkey give you the opportunity to truly live the luxury life and get to
have the best cheap holiday trip of your life. Compared to most other
countries, the all-inclusive deals in Turkey are by far the cheapest tour
packages available, with amazing discount rates offered on holidays in 2019.
Along the coasts of Turkey in cities like Antalya, Fethiye, Bodrum you will
find the most beautiful resorts located on pristine beaches with incredible
views and clean waters to swim in. Below you can read more about some of the fantastic destinations that you will visit on one of our tours.
In an extraordinary meeting of natures artistic splendour and human kinds
resourcefulness, Cappadocia is one of those rare places that must be
experienced at least 1 in a lifetime. With its soaring rock formations,
uniquely rippled landscapes, splendid walking trails, mysterious underground
cities, and rock-cut churches, Cappadocia is a must-see destination in Turkey.
An unforgettable way to tour Cappadocia is by Hot air balloon, the spectacular
surrealistic landscaped combined with favourable flying conditions allow the
balloons to drift gently over and between fairy chimneys. You will float above
the pigeon houses in the unique rock formations, orchards and vineyards,
through impressive valleys each with distinctive rock formations, colours and
features, and then float up over ravines for breathtaking views over the
region. Cappadocia is in Eastern Anatolia in the centre of Turkey.
thermal water maintains a relatively constant temperature of about 35 degrees
Celsius so that a dip in the middle of November is not out of the question.
Near to the natural sight are the ruins of the Roman town of Hierapolis, the
history of which followed the same course as many Hellenistic cities in Asia
minor. The Romans acquired full control of it in 129 BCE, and it prospered
under its new rulers. Usually said to be founded by the King of Pergamon,
Hierapolis may have actually been established in the 4th century BC by the
Seleucid Kings. The name of the city may derive from Hera, the wife of the son
of Hercules, and grandson of Zeus, the mythical founder of Pergamon. It may
have been called the sacred city because of the temples located at the site. It
was destroyed by an earthquake but rebuilt in the year 60 AD. Famous natives of
Hierapolis include the stoic philosopher Epictetus (65-135 AD), and the
philosopher Antipater of Tarsus.
is an extraordinarily beautiful coastal city along the Mediterranean coast of
Turkey. It is a must-see stop for anyone travelling the southern coastline of
Turkey, with amazing natural landscapes all around and an abundance of unique
activities to take part in. Some of these include the famous Blue Cruises, with
exceptional itineraries visiting ancient historical sites, amazing islands and
allow you to swim in the world-famous Turquoise waters of Turkey. When visiting
Fethiye, expect fabulous food served at local restaurants, amazing seafood
dishes, and a wide array of activities. Nearby sites include Oludeniz beach
where you can go paragliding and Butterfly valley which is a popular cruising
stop as well.