VIP TOURS TO TURKEY!!

Antalya City Tour

 

Kaleici: A visit to the inner citadel (kale-ici) of Antalya is a step back into a history that stretches through time to the Roman and succeeding periods. A walk through the narrow, shade-providing streets of this picturesque old quarter reminds us of why we have chosen to visit Turkey and calls for us to return time and time again.

Hadrian Gate: The Roman Emperor Hadrian's visit to this city in his far-flung empire was marked by the construction of this tri-arched ceremonial gate. We too feel regal as we pass through.

Antalya Archaeological Museum: This award-winning museum boasts a rich collection of antiquity prized from the many excavationsa that are still being conducted in this history rich part of the world.

 

Perge - Aspendos - Antalya Tour

 

Perge: The impressive ruins of the ancient Greek city and the capital of Pamphlia are located just 15 kilometers from Antalya. While there is a wealth of historical remains to see here, the theatre, memorial fountain, city gate, agora, baths and gymnasium especially stand out. Perge was famous for its temple of Artemis and for being the home of the ancient Greek mathematician, Apollonius.

Aspendos: Known as the best-preserved theater of antiquity, Aspendos can accommodate an audience of 15,000. Nearby are well-preserved ruins of the basilica, agora, and  an imposing Aqueduct.

Kaleici: A visit to the inner citadel (kale-ici) of Antalya is a step back into a history that stretches through time to the Roman and succeeding periods. A walk through the narrow, shade-providing streets of this picturesque old quarter reminds us of why we have chosen to visit Turkey and calls for us to return time and time again.

Hadrian Gate: The Roman Emperor Hadrian's visit to this city in his far-flung empire was marked by the construction of this tri-arched ceremonial gate.

Duden Waterfall:  Just 12 km northeast of Antalya, the Duden Waterfall actually constitutes a group of waterfalls formed by the Duden River.  The river ends when it drops off a rocky cliff that faces the Mediterrean Sea.  The view is simply magnificent and the temperatures of this lush spot provide a welcome relief of cool. 

Jeep Safari

A fun ride that takes us to the antique city of Petnalissos. We also get to see the Ucansu waterfall at first hand, with great photographing opportunities. 

Rafting

This tour provides a full day of exhilarating rafting through the crystal clear and foaming fresh waters of the Koprulu River, a waterway that  flows gently through the magnificent landscape of the National Park. Lunch is an outdoor barbecue

 

Waterfalls of Kurşunlu and Manavgat and Side

 

Kursunlu waterfalls: Forty kilometers distant from Antalya and directly north of the ruins at Perge, these waterfalls as impressive as those at Duden—enjoy  natural surroundings that are unparalleled for their trees, turtles, and birds. This is a perfect to relax while wandering.

Manavgat waterfalls: This waterfall offers an impressive view created with a  high torrent of water that drops onto a wide area surrounded by channels and terraces.

Side: A lovely seaside town that offers visits to its antique amphitheater and interesting museum. Among the other sites to be visited are the  ruins of the Temple of Dionysus, Agora and Fountain, along with many other historical remains. 

 

Perge, Aspendos and Side Tour

 

Perge: The impressive ruins of the ancient Greek city and the capital of Pamphlia are located just 15 kilometers from Antalya. The historical remains to be seen here are the theatre, memorial fountain, city gate, agora, baths and gymnasium especially stand out. Perge is also famous for its temple of Artemis and for being the home of the ancient Greek mathematician, Apollonius.

 

Aspendos: Known as the best-preserved theater of antiquity, Aspendos can accommodate an audience of 15,000. Nearby are well-preserved ruins of the basilica, agora, and  an imposing Aqueduct.

Side: Side was an ancient Greek city in Anatolia, in the region of Pamphylia, in what is now Antalya province on the southern Mediterranean coast of Turkey. It is now a resort town and one of the best-known classical sites in Turkey, near Manavgat and the village of Selimiye, 75 km from  Antalya) in the province of Antalya.

 

Demre(Myra) and Kekova Tour

 

Demre (Myra): Myra is one of the ancient coastal cities visited by Paul, Luke and Aristarchus where as prisoners they changed their boats on the way to Rome. The most interesting building is the church of St. Nicholas built over his tomb. St. Nicholas was born in Patara and was bishop of Myra.

 

Kekova: Kekova, also named Caravola is a small Turkish island near Kas district of Antalya province which faces the villages of Kalekoy (ancient Simena) and Ucagiz (ancient Teimioussa). Kekova has an area of 4.5 km² and is uninhabited. After the Italian occupation of Kastelorizo, Kekova - which at that time was temporarily inhabited during summer because of wood harvest - was disputed between Italy and Turkey. The 1932 Convention between Italy and Turkey assigned it to Turkey. The Kekova region was declared a specially protected area on 18 January 1990 by Turkish Ministry of Environment and Forest. All kinds of diving and swimming were prohibited and subject to special permits from governmental offices. In later years the prohibition has been lifted except for the part where the sunken city is.