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. If you 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. Alternatively, we have a number of Centenary Tours where you can travel to Gallipoli and pay your respects later within the Centenary year.
We have an extensive range of tours offered during the ANZAC period and throughout the centenary year, some of which are combined with a tour to nearby Egypt too. With well over a decade of experience running tours to Gallipoli on ANZAC Day, our tour guides, representatives and leaders work with us year in year round. They know the best spots and best traffic routes, allowing you to get the most out of your day. Many of our tours include a boat cruise on the Bosphorus, an exclusive ANZAC Eve BBQ and Commemorative ANZAC jumper.
We offer a variety of ANZAC Day 2015 tours catering for those that have tickets to attend the poignant Dawn Service on 25 April. Each and every one of these tours offers the opportunity for explore battlefields and trenches, pay your respects at the numerous memorials, discover Ottoman Istanbul and if choosing one of our longer tours you can also visit Ancient Ephesus, the calcium terraces of Pamukkale and fairy tale like Cappadocia.
If you are planning on making the pilgrimage to Gallipoli for Anzac Day in 2015, consider combining the momentous occasion with a holiday to Egypt, only a short 2 hour flight away. Each of the following tours require that you have an Anzac Day 2015 Dawn Service pass issued by the Australian or New Zealand Department of Veterens Affairs and are still available for reservation.
If you only want to take a week off work, our 4 and 5 day tours might fit the bill. Our 8 day Smoko tour allows you to see more of Turkey, our 6 day ANZAC Uncovered tour takes an in depth look at the ANZAC battlefields and memorials, whilst our ANZAC With Teens tour is ideal for families. If you have a bit more time, consider our 11 and 14 day ANZAC tours, where you can be at the Gallipoli ANZAC Dawn Service and explore more of Turkey's historic sights, from Istanbul and Cappadocia to Pammukale, Saklikent Gorge, the Turquoise Coast and the Roman ruins of ancient Ephesus.
If Egypt is also on your dream travel list, then you can combine your time in Turkey with tour in nearby Egypt too. Marvel at the Great Pyramids of Giza, sail a felucca down the Nile, visit King Tut's Tomb, ride a camel and relax by the Red Sea in Hurghada, then head to ANZAC day to commemorate the Diggers. Or do it the other way around. Take a look at our ready made ANZAC and Egypt combo tours below.
If you're not successful in the ANZAC 100th anniversary ballot or you'd simply prefer to avoid the ANZAC Day crowds but want to visit Turkey during the year of the 100th Anniversary of the Gallipoli landings in 2015 then take a look at our range of Centenary Tours which include indepth touring of the Gallipoli Peninsular, battlefields, memorials and trenches.
Get the most out of your visit to Turkey over ANZAC Day
Places on our must-see list for an ANZAC Day tour
Visa requirements for Turkey and info on getting your visa
Hotels used on our ANZAC Day tours
Trip reviews from our ANZAC day travellers
About the Commonwealth War Graves Commission