Here are some reviews from our past travellers to Turkey. For more details on each tour, simply click on the tour image.
I thought the tour was great, we saw a lot of the country & Murat was a very good guide who made sure we were looked after and went out of his way to help u & to make sure we enjoyed ourselves. The only problem with the tour it was that it was NOT long enough, it would have been great to spend more time in soem places so we migth have to go back again in a few years to see it again. ”
Hello, arrived home early hours of this morning from Turkey, all I can say what fantastic place, good weather, good food and a lovely knowledgable and fun guide with a lot of patience. His name was Metin Gzdr, he handled himself very well and is a credit to the company. It is our 3rd tour with On The Go looking forward to our next trip with you. Keep up the great work we will definitely recommend Turkey and On The Go to our friends and family. AGAIN. All the best”
I was collected by Borack, and taken to the various sites - Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sofia, Basilica Cistern, the Blue Mosque and the Grand Bazaar. He had pre-purchased the tickets, so we were able to avoid the really long queues. His information was invaluable into the places I was seeing, as my knowledge was very limited, but thanks to him, I have gained a respectful insight into the culture and history. Unbeknownst to me, I was coming down with salmonella poisoning, so was unable to try the Turkish treats he recommended! I also had a fall whilst we were on the tour, and he was most gallant in his concern for my welfare - carrying my bags etc. I give him top marks for the service he provided.
The guide for the tour to Gallipoli and Troy (I can't remember his name, but it started with 'M') was again a most proficient guide. The information he gave us was again invaluable, and displayed the respect by the Turkish people to the Anzacs, and is something I found comforting knowing our soldiers were buried with dignity in these foreign soils. The grave sites are well maintained by the Turks, and it is very fitting that a really strong bond has been formed between our nations. Although the two days in the Gallipoli region were full on, I feel honoured to have visited there. As I mentioned earlier, I was not very well at the time, which made it a little difficult for me.
My only 'complaint' and I probably wouldn't even call it that, was the fact that I was left on my own on the second day after the tour to Troy. I was able to look around the town of Cannakale (spelling ?)at my leisure, but did find it difficult, as nobody seemed to speak English - my problem, not theirs. ”