Family Adventure Travel in Turkey
The Lycian Way – ancient towns dot the azure coast of southern Turkey, and it is a delight for walking, boating and kayaking.
Ballooning in Cappadocia – Cappadocia is like another world, with underground cities, fairy chimneys and hidden valleys. An early morning balloon ride takes in amazing sights.
Sailing on a Gulet – spend a few days sailing the Aegean Sea on a traditional wooden boat. It’s an adventure of a lifetime!
Turkish food is one of the world’s great cuisines. Whether you are a meat eater, vegan or something in between, Turkish food, once prepared for the Sultan, has influenced all the countries of the Balkans and Eastern Europe.
Simple lentil soup with lemon to Iskender kebab doused in yogurt and the multiple pistachio baklava desserts are just the very beginning of a grand culinary adventure.
Gobliteke is a prehistoric temple dating back 10,000 years. It is one of the great mysteries of our time. Ephesus is an Ancient Roman city with a huge library, while Istanbul is home to the Hagia Sofia, once the largest building in the world for 1000 years, as well as numerous wondrous mosques and palaces.
Exploring the history of Turkey is exploring the history of humankind!
Cappadocia – a fairytale wonderland of underground cities, churches carved into caves and amazing cave hotels.
Gobekli Tepe – the world’s oldest temple dating back 11,000 years.
The Food – kebaps, baklava and Turkish delight are just the beginning of a whole new culinary discovery!
Grand Imperial Palaces of Istanbul – Dolmabahce and Topkapi.
Shopping in amazing bazaars where you can find everything under the sun.
Roman and Greek ruins at Ephesus and Aphrodisias bring ancient glories back to life.
Boating on the crystal clear Aegean Sea.
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