Antalya Harbour

Khurram’s Tailored Itinerary

1.999

 

 

THIS PRIVATE TOUR IS STARTING FROM

All about the Khurram’s Tailored Itinerary.

Our most popular option, Best of Turkey, 14 Days is an all-encompassing adventure of Turkey’s most famous sites. Tour the bustling cities of Istanbul and Ankara, take in the mesmerising landscape of Cappadocia, experience local-living in Konya, get your fill of the scenic Mediterranean coast in Antalya, see Pamukkale’s gleaming white terraces, and immerse yourself in even more history with visits to Ephesus, Troy, and Gallipoli. 

     Note:  This tour Specifically tailored for the family of 4 sharing a family room. We skip Ankara-Troy and Gallipolli using 2 domestic flights.

  • We can tailor this private round trip for you considering your dates, interests , arrival and departure city of turkey.You also can book this tour with ”pay on tour” option , paying only %20 life time deposit.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Hotels
  • Airport transfers
  • All domestic flights
  • Taxes
  • Entrance fees
  • Professional guide
  • Ground transportation via a private, air-conditioned vehicle
  • Breakfast for days 2-13 are included.
  • Hot air ballon ride
  • 2 Hours Bosphorus Cruise Tour
  • Whirling dervish ceremony
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Lunches
  • Dinners
  • Tips 
  1. Day 1 Istanbul

    Welcome to Istanbul! Our representative will meet you at your port of entry and transfer you to your hotel. The rest of the day is yours for exploration.
    (Depending on your arrival time, we can arrange for a daytime Bosphorus tour or an evening dinner cruise.)

    Overnight Istanbul

  2. Day 2 Istanbul

    After breakfast, we embark on a fully-guided tour of the only city in the world that spans two continents. We will visit the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, and the Hippodrome.
    Overnight Istanbul

  3. Day 3 Cappadocia

    Early airport transfer for onward cappdocia flight. Arrival to cappadocia and transfer to Avanos/ Göremem area. This afternoon, After check-in at our hotel, we will do a panoramic tour of the Göreme Valley and Uçhisar Castle.
    Overnight Cappadocia

  4. Day 4 Cappadocia

    Enjoy a full-day, private tour of Cappadocia’s highlights. From panoramic views from the area’s highest point at Uchisar Castle to nearly 80 feet underground in the Kaymakli Underground City, experience Cappadocia’s fascinating landscape and history. We will also visit the Göreme Open Air Museum, the Valley of the Monks (Paşabag), Red Valley, and have lunch in the nearby town of Avanos.

    Opt to start the day early with a hot-air balloon ride, soaring over the fairy chimney valleys at sunrise!

    Overnight Cappadocia

  5. Day 5 Cappadocia

    Enjoy A free day hiking with one of those beautiful valleys late afternoon. We combine this day with full Turkish bath experience.

    Overnight Cappadocia

  6. Day 6 Konya

    Enjoy a beautiful drive to Konya roughly, takes 4 hours with several stops on the way to see things like 13th century silk road hotels. Lunch at the center of konya and Rumi’s Museum visit. Today we can either stay at the center of the Konya which is one of the most conservative cities of the country that we cant really do something at night or we can drive an hour more to see a beautiful lake town, BeySehir. Although there is not much to do in that town too, except a dinner at the restaurant facing to lake, that drive helps us a lot for the upcoming day.

    Overnight at Konya/ Beyşehir ( Last minute confirmation needed. )

  7. Day 7 Antalya

    Head south to Turkey’s Mediterranean coast and its flagship city, Antalya. On the way, we will stop to see the Aspendos Theatre. Upon our arrival and check-in, there will be an orientation walking tour of Antalya’s Old City.
    Overnight Antalya

  8. Day 8 Antalya

    Today you have several options: Spend a free day exploring Antalya’s Old City and its magnificent archeological museum by walking with your family, Visit the ancient site of Perge or drive north for a hike to beautiful thermoses.
    Your guide will explain you all endless options in Antalya during your journey. Today is your free day and you can discuss about options and costs with your guide a day before considering your mood. There will be also plenty of small travel agents organizing day boat and waterfall trips that you may want to join one of those with your family. Your hotel will be right at the hearth of the old city and you will be well oriented to the town to manage your own day. Also feel free to ask us to help you on

    hat day. Today you have no guide and Transport as long as you ask for ıt as an extra tour around.
    Overnight Antalya

  9. Day 9 Pamukkale

    This morning head to Pamukkale and its magnificent white calcium
    terraces known as travertines. Here we also tour the ancient city of Hierapolis. Amongst the ancient columns, take a dip in the hot springs that were used by the Romans for their therapeutic properties. In the evening, we watch a Whirling Dervish ritual.

    Overnight Pamukkale

  10. Day 10 Selçuk

    With an early start, Absorb yourself in more history with a guided tour of Ephesus and a visit to the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Traversing the marble streets of Ephesus, notable sites we will see include the Baths of Scholastic, the Library of Celsus, the Temple of Hadrian, and the 25,000-

    seat amphitheater. Afterwards, we will drive to the house of the Virgin Mary. Overnight Selçuk

  11. Day 11 Istanbul

    Drive to izmir airport and a direct flight back to Istanbul. After check in to your hotel you say goodbye tou your driver and guide to enjoy your extra free day by your self.

    Overnight Istanbul

  12. Day 12 Istanbul

    Free day in istanbul for last minute shopping 🙂

    Overnight in Istanbul.

  13. Day 13 Departure

    Private airport transfer for your departure flight.

Cave Hotel

Rumi museum , Konya

Local Living , Konya

My Turkey Adventure works with a select number of boutique hotels all around Turkey. Over the years, our guides and team members have combined passenger feedback with their own experiences to create a list of reliable accommodations. We have built professional relationships with the owners and staff at these establishments, and their pride, helpfulness, and enthusiasm reflects in the hotel’s quality and service.

We try to steer clear of the “luxury” 4- and 5-star resorts. By catering to large tour groups, these hotels usually have mediocre service, poorer-quality rooms, and offer buffet-style meals that are picked-at by dozens of travelers each day. The hotels we work with, albeit smaller/boutique, have earned our trust due to their consistent quality, safe and central locations, authenticity, and friendly service. All of our accommodations have free wifi and offer fresh breakfasts with a variety of options.

See the hotels we use for this itinerary:

 

ISTANBUL : Centrum hotel or smilar

ANTALYA : Eski masal hotel or similar

CAPPADOCIA : Sofa hotel avanos or smilar

SELCUK : St. john hotel or smilar

PAMUKKALE : Melrose view point hotel or smilar

 

 

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
Eski Masal HotelAntalya / Old Town

St. John HotelIzmır / Selçuk

Booking

All of our tours are instantly confirmed via email upon booking. Day tours can be booked up until 24 hours before the start of the tour. Multi-day or group tours can be booked up until 7 days before the start of the tour.

Arrival Day

Welcome to Turkey and to a new adventure! Unless we have arranged an alternate meeting point for you, please make your way to your starting-city hotel. Your guide will meet you at 6:00pm in the hotel lobby for introductions and tour preliminaries. If you arrive early, you can opt to store your luggage at the hotel and go exploring or ask us about some pre-tour activity recommendations.

Airport Transfer

If you have booked an airport transfer with us, we will arrange for a driver to take you to your hotel. He/she will meet you outside the airport terminal with a sign bearing your name. The arrival waiting area can get quite busy, so please look carefully for your name.

Joining the Hotel

If you have booked a multi-day and/or group tour or you are already in the starting-city, you will meet your guide at the hotel. Hotel check-in times usually begin from 2:00-3:00pm. For multi-day and/or group tours, we will meet in the hotel lobby at 6:00pm for introductions and tour preliminaries.

Payment

Payments can be made by credit card on our website or by wire transfer. If paying by credit card, you will be charged in full at the time of booking. If paying by wire transfer, you can pay a 20% deposit via transfer and pay the remaining 80% at the start of your tour. We accept payments in Turkish Lira, Euro, and U.S. Dollar.

Cancellations and Refund Policy

Multi-day tours can be cancelled within 15 days. If you cancel before the 15-day window, we will refund 80% of the tour price. The remaining 20% will be kept as a life-time deposit. You, your family, or your friends can apply this 20% to any future bookings.

If you cancel within 15 days, you will be refunded 80% of the tour cost, but will not be eligible for the remaining 20% life-time deposit.

Day tours can be cancelled within 7 days. If you cancel before the 7-day window, we will refund 80% of the tour price. The remaining 20% will be kept as a life-time deposit. You, your family, or your friends can apply this 20% to any future bookings.

If you cancel within 7 days, you will be refunded 80% of the tour cost, but will not be eligible for the remaining 20% life-time deposit.

If you have a 20% lifetime deposit with us, please email us when booking so we can adjust the pricing.

Tour Confirmation

All of our tours are instantly confirmed via email upon booking. Day tours can be booked up until 24 hours before the start of the tour. Multi-day or group tours can be booked up until 7 days before the start of the tour.

Itinerary Disclaimer

While we rarely have to deviate from our itineraries, travel can be unpredictable. We reserve the right to make alterations to our itineraries in cases of unforeseen circumstances (i.e., bad weather or local circumstances).

Meeting with your Guide

For both private and group multi-day tours, you will meet in your starting-city’s hotel lobby at 6:00pm for introductions and tour preliminaries.

For day tours, your meeting time is 9:00 am unless otherwise specified.

Emergency Numbers

We can be reached at the following numbers:

+90 544 291 07 89

+90 242 242 07 89

In-country emergency numbers:

Police: 155

Ambulance/Medical: 112

Insurance

We strongly recommend that our passengers select a travel insurance policy to cover the duration of their tour. This should, importantly, cover any medical expenses incurred, but we also recommend insurance for personal liability, cancellation, and loss of luggage.

Finishing Point

We are happy to help with your post-tour plans! Let us know if you would like us to arrange a hotel reservation, airport transfer, or activity.

What to Bring

We recommend packing as lightly as possible. Hotels and buildings in Turkey often lack entry ramps, and public transport can get quite crowded (limiting the space for luggage). For daily activities, a day pack or large purse will suffice.

Make sure to bring all necessary documentation, including passport, visa (if needed), itinerary, flight information, and any travel insurance papers.

As for clothing, the weather in Turkey will vary depending on where your tour takes you and the time of year during which you travel. Please check the weather statistics for an idea about seasonal items. For tours traveling to more conservative areas, we recommend bringing a few modest-clothing items (long-sleeved shirt/sweater and pants/long skirt). Women may want to bring a scarf for mosque visits.

Money

The currency in Turkey is the Turkish Lira (TL). My Turkey Adventure accepts tour payments in Turkish Lira, Euros, or US dollars. While most restaurants, bars, and shops in urban areas will accept credit and debit cards, you will need to have TL on hand to use for smaller items, local shops, and tipping. Every traveler is different when it comes to spending habits, therefore it’s entirely up to you when deciding how much money to bring.

Your guide will point out exchange offices and/or banks for you to change or withdraw cash. If you need to change money at the airport, keep the amount low as the rates will be poorer than those in the city center.

We recommend keeping some extra cash (around 100EUR) to use in case of emergency or unforeseen circumstances.

Tipping

At restaurants, it is customary to leave a 5-10% tip if you are satisfied with the service.

For taxis, just round up your fare (for example, if your trip is 15.25TL, give 16TL).

At hotels, we recommend tipping 1EUR per person per day.

If you are happy with your tour and would like to show your appreciation, tips for your guide and/or driver can be given at the end of your tour. While the amount is solely at your discretion, we recommend tipping around 2EUR per person per day to your driver and 4-5EUR per person per day to your guide.

Optional Activities

We offer a variety of optional activities to supplement our itineraries. These can be found on our website, or you can ask us for recommendations.

 

Safety and Security

A basic awareness of your surroundings will go a long way in keeping you and your belongings safe. We recommend keeping your passports, extra cash, and important documents in your hotel room’s safe or, if unavailable, with the hotel front-desk staff. Try not to carry large amounts of cash. Pickpocketing is a problem in urban areas, particularly in Istanbul’s large crowds. Keep your personal effects close—a bag or purse that can be zipped or a money belt are recommended. You may also want to bring a luggage lock for added security during air transit.

While Turkey is a relatively safe country to visit, please trust your guide’s judgement and experience if he or she tells you to avoid certain neighbourhoods or activities.

When exploring on your own, please be aware of the “Let’s get a drink” scam, which has targeted tourists in recent years. A stranger (someone telling you they are a guide or fellow traveler, for example) will invite you to a bar or restaurant for drink/food. These people work with the bar/restaurant, and your bill will be horribly high (we have heard of people being forced to pay 3000TL for a bottle of raki or wine). It can become precarious if the tourist refuses to pay. While this scam tends to target single-travelers (particularly men), small groups of 2-3 people can also be targeted.

There are some touristy restaurants that do not list prices on their menus, or they will attempt to inflate your bill by serving you extra portions without you having ordered them. Keep a menu at the table to double-check your bill and make sure to clearly state how many portions you want when ordering. Your guide will be happy to give you recommendations for high-quality, honest places to eat during your free time, so don’t hesitate to ask!

Protests and demonstrations, however well-intentioned, can turn rowdy or violent. If you encounter a protest, leave the area immediately.

Overall Rating
0/5

LEAVE YOUR COMMENT

Positive SSL
error

Keep Calm & Stay Social !