Here are some reviews from our past travellers on ANZAC Day tours. For more details on each tour, simply click on the tour image.
I really enjoyed my tour, although I would have loved to spend longer at almost every place we visited - I WILL be going back to Turkey some day and particularly to Gallipoli when there are no crowds or infrastructure.
Esra was AWESOME and her English was great! I would love to have her as a tour guide again.
It would have been great to have some detailed notes of the history of the places we visited. Esra's knowledge was amazing but I have not remembered everything she told us. She also gave us some handy hints along the way (e.g. about the bazaar).
One let-down was not having a final meal with the group. We left Gallipoli, drove back to Istanbul and that was it.
I would also suggest having name-tags (maybe first names only) to wear for the first few days to get to know each other and, perhaps, for everyone to introduce themselves at the first meeting.
The most disappointing part is the advertised tour length. I think it stretches the friendship for tour companies (you are not the only one that does this) to advertise the tour as 8 days when the first day is only a meeting on the first evening and the last day is only the included breakfast in the accommodation. It was really a six day tour.”
HI. I am just writing to let you know that my aunt and I did the Royal Engineers Tour as part of Anzac Day 2015 and I wanted to leave some feedback about our tour guide Sevim Kivrak. She is amazing! Her knowledge is incredible. She was very patient with my 90 year old aunt and went out of her way to make sure we were all looked after. We fitted so much into our tour but it was never rushed so we had time to explore. She kept us all on track and got us to Galipolli early and also got us out of there on Saturday afternoon a lot earlier than some of the others. I really just wanted you to know you have a great guide and a genuinely nice person working for you. Thank you.”