Experience ANZAC Day at Gallipoli in 2015 with On The Go Tours.
The 25th of April 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of our brave ANZACs landing on the shores of ANZAC Cove. Every year for over a decade now we've been operating tours to Gallipoli for the ANZAC Day Commemorations that honour the 36,000 Commonwealth Servicemen who died here during the campaign. 2015 will be our 17th year and we do hope you join us for this momentous occasion.
Our extensive range of ANZAC Day Tours ranging from 8 - 14 days are varied to suit different styles of travel, time frames and budgets. Our collection includes tours that cater for people who were successful in the Ballot Process and will be attending the evocative 2015 Dawn Service at ANZAC Cove and later the National Services of Australia at Lone Pine or New Zealand at Chunuk Bair. We also offer a number of tours that combine ANZAC Day at Gallipoli with a holiday to Egypt.
For those that do not have Ballot Tickets, consider our Gallipoli Uncovered 2015 tour which offers extensive sightseeing at Gallipoli during the ANZAC Day period, but does not include attendance at the services on 25 April 2015. Other options include travelling to Gallipoli and paying your respects later within the Centenary year. A good choice would be our Battle of Lone Pine and Lone Pine Express tours, where we attend the official services commemorating the battle at the Cove on 06 August 2015.
Should you require more information on the Ballot Process or require more information on the arrangements of ANZAC Day at Gallipoli 2015, you can visit the Australian Government Gallipoli 2015 website or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our May 2015 Anzac Day Tours have yet to be scheduled.
Please refer to our upcoming Anzac Day Tours here
In recognition of the effort the Commonwealth War Graves Commission undertakes at memorials as far afield as Gallipoli, Bita Paka and El Alamein, on the go are proud to make a donation to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on your behalf for every ANZAC package booked. Read more here.
We invite you to peruse the website of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and encourage individuals to make their own personal bequest at www.cwgc.org.