Cappadocia | Turkey
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Explore stunning Istanbul with its bazaars and mosques and wander around the battlefields of Gallipoli See Roman ruins in Pergamum and Ephesus, discover the beautiful Aegean Coast, the natural wonder of Pamukkale and the jewel in Turkey’s crown - Cappadocia, with its amazing underground cities and whimsical landscape.

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Itinerary
Prices & Dates
Hotels
Reviews

Trip Highlights

Cappadocia – Admire the surreal landscape and explore Goreme Valley, discovering clifftop houses, rock-cut chapels and castles
Ephesus – Tour the marble ruins of this Roman city which was once the site of the great Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Ancient Wonders
Gallipoli – Pay your respects at the Lone Pine and Chunuk Bair memorials and visit ANZAC Cove, a famous WW1 landing site
Pergamum – Marvel at the Roman amphitheatre which is one of the steepest in the classical world
Istanbul – Visit highlights of the Old City including the beautiful Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia and imposing Topkapi Palace
Pamukkale – Stroll around the terraced pools and opt for a relaxing dip in the naturally warm and calcium rich waters
Troy – Discover the legendary ruins and see a replica of the famous wooden horse which as the story goes, was used to sack the city
Hierapolis – See the UNESCO-listed ruins of this ancient spa town, built on the site of natural hot springs

Included

Breakfast daily and 1 dinner
Airport arrival transfer on day 1 of tour and departure transfer (to Istanbul International Airport) at 9am and 1pm only on day 10
Escorted by an English speaking, degree qualified Turkish tour guide
9 nights 4 star and special class hotels
Guided sightseeing - Istanbul, Gallipoli, Troy, Ruins of Ephesus and Pergamum, Pamukkale, Hierapolis and Cappadocia
All relevant transfer and transportation in private modern air-conditioned vehicles

Not Included

International flights and visa
Entrance Fees: EUR€255-275, paid in EUR
Tip for your tour guide and driver. We recommend you allow EUR €5 - 7 per day, per traveller as a tip for your guide and EUR €2 per day for your driver. Tipping your guide and driver is an entirely personal gesture
Tipping Kitty: EUR€50-60pp, paid in EUR

Itinerary

Day 1

Welcome to Turkey

Saturday. Welcome to Turkey and the start of your holiday. There's an included arrival transfer to our hotel before the afternoon is at leisure. Relax in the hotel or head out to explore the city. Istanbul is easy to get around on foot and there are plenty of restaurants and cafes dotted about the city.
Overnight: Istanbul

Day 2

The Old City

This morning we'll embark on a fascinating tour through the Old City of Istanbul, we'll visit stunning examples of architecture that hail from the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires eras. We’ll visit the stunning Blue Mosque, famed for its blue Iznik tiles. Discover the Hippodrome and view the exterior of Hagia Sophia, which was constructed as a Basilica in the 6th century by Emperor Justinian. Finally, we explore the impressive Topkapi Palace, which was the main residence of the Ottoman sultans in the 15th century.
Overnight: Istanbul  |  Breakfast

Day 3

Gallipoli - WW1 Battlefields

Istanbul – Gallipoli. Today we explore ANZAC Cove and the many memorials dotted across the WW1 battlefields. Our guided tour takes in sights including ANZAC Cove, Lone Pine Memorial and cemetery, Chunuk Bair Memorial and cemetery, the Nek, Johnston’s Jolly and the many fortified trenches still clearly visible amongst the scrub after all these years.
Overnight: Canakkale  |  Breakfast

Day 4

Troy & Kusadasi

Gallipoli – Kusadasi. This morning we enjoy a short guided tour of Troy. The legend of the lost city of Troy and Homer’s poetry was brought to life by it’s rediscovery in 1863. Subsequent excavations revealed nine ancient cities, one on top of the other, dating back to 3000 BC. We enjoy a tour of the ruins and admire a replica of the Trojan wooden horse that, as legend goes, was filled with Aechaean soldiers who helped to sack Troy.

Driving further south we reach the ancient ruins of Pergamum, home to one of the steepest amphitheatres in the classical world. Pergamum was also famous for its Asclepion (medical centre). We continue to Kusadasi on the Aegean Coast via a leather manufacturing house.
Overnight: Kusadasi  |  Breakfast

Day 5

Ancient Ephesus

Today, we explore legendary Ephesus - perhaps the best-preserved classical city in the eastern Mediterranean. Under Roman rule, Ephesus was a vast and prosperous city with a population nearing 250,000. It was an important centre of commerce and a popular destination for pilgrims who came to see the great Temple of Artemis - one of the Seven Ancient Wonders.

We have plenty of time to tour the marble ruins of Ephesus. Discover the famous Library of Celsus, the Stadium, the gymnasium of Vedius and the Great Theatre. We’ll see ancient public toilets, a brothel, fountains and various temples. There's also a visit to a carpet manufacturing house.
Overnight: Kusadasi  |  Breakfast

Day 6

Pamukkale Thermal Pools

Kusadasi – Pamukkale. Driving east, we arrive at Pamukkale - home of the famous gleaming white calcium terraced pools. Known locally as the Cotton Castles, they're a natural phenomena and gift from Mother Nature. Pamukkale was formed when warm, calcium rich mineral water cascaded over the cliff edge, cooling and depositing in the process. The calcium built natural shelves and pools on the cliffs are known as travertines. Take a barefoot walk along the travertines or opt for a dip in the warm waters of the thermal pool, with its submerged fragments of fluted marble columns.

Our last stop of the day is the ruined spa town of Hierapolis, famed for the curative powers of its mineral springs. These were dammed to create communal baths.
Overnight: Pamukkale  |  Breakfast

Days 7-8

Fairytale Cappadocia

Pamukkale - Cappadocia. On day 7 we drive to Cappadocia, stopping to visit some ancient caravanserais (roadside inns) such as Sultanhani. Tonight there's a fun optional evening of Turkish folklore.

On day 8 we enjoy a guided tour of Cappadocia - perhaps the jewel in Turkey’s crown. Cappadocia is one of Turkey’s most extraordinary national treasures. The utter improbability of the surreal landscape has to be seen to be believed with its ‘stuff of fables’ cave dwellings and phallic ‘fairy chimneys’ landscape. Whole troglodyte villages, subterranean churches and fortresses have been hewn from the soft, porous, eerily eroded rock of Cappadocia.

A guided tour of the region takes us to the World Heritage listed Goreme Valley. See stunning examples of rock-cut Byzantine churches, chapels and temples. Marvel at Zelve, with its phallic-like eroded landscape. Stopping on the outskirts of Goreme Village we have the opportunity to see Pigeon Valley, where centuries old pigeon houses are carved into the surrounding cliffs. Our tour also takes in the incredible Uchisar castle-mountain. Enjoy marvelous views of Cappadocia from the summit and explore the underground city of Kaymakli.

You'll also have the opportunity to visit an Onyx shop, which specializes in historic jewellery designs that are unique to Turkey and crafted using local materials. For those not interested in shopping, there's time to relax and grab a drink from the local cafe. This evening, we enjoy dinner at the hotel.
Overnight: Cappadocia  |  Breakfast x 2, Dinner x 1

Day 9

Back to Istanbul

Cappadocia - Istanbul. Today we head back to Istanbul, stopping en route for lunch (payable locally). We arrive into Istanbul in the evening.

If you'd prefer to avoid the long journey over land today, we also offer the opportunity to fly from Cappadocia to Istanbul.
Overnight: Istanbul  |  Breakfast

Day 10

Istanbul

Monday. After breakfast our tour draws to a close. An onward departure transfer is included to Istanbul International Airport and is offered at 9am and 1pm today.
Breakfast

Prices & Dates

Departure dates marked with a 'G' are operating. All departure dates are guaranteed to operate when there are 2 persons booked on the tour. 'Twin Share' prices are per person when there are 2 people sharing a room. 'Single Room' prices are applicable to solo travellers or anyone wanting the privacy of a single room.

Guaranteed Departure
2024
Twin Share
Single Room
03 Aug - 12 Aug 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
17 Aug - 26 Aug 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
31 Aug - 09 Sep 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
14 Sep - 23 Sep 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
28 Sep - 07 Oct 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
12 Oct - 21 Oct 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
26 Oct - 04 Nov 30% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $2,839
AUD $5,395
AUD $3,777
09 Nov - 18 Nov 25% off G
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,816
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,671
23 Nov - 02 Dec 30% off
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,629
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,427
07 Dec - 16 Dec 30% off
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,629
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,427
2025
Twin Share
Single Room
04 Jan - 13 Jan 30% off G
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,629
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,427
18 Jan - 27 Jan 25% off
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,816
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,671
01 Feb - 10 Feb 30% off
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,629
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,427
15 Feb - 24 Feb 25% off G
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,816
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,671
01 Mar - 10 Mar 30% off
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,629
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,427
15 Mar - 24 Mar 25% off G
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,816
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,671
22 Mar - 31 Mar 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
05 Apr - 14 Apr 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
12 Apr - 21 Apr 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
19 Apr - 28 Apr 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
26 Apr - 05 May 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
03 May - 12 May 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
17 May - 26 May 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
24 May - 02 Jun 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
31 May - 09 Jun 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
14 Jun - 23 Jun 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
28 Jun - 07 Jul 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
12 Jul - 21 Jul 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
19 Jul - 28 Jul 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
26 Jul - 04 Aug 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
09 Aug - 18 Aug 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
16 Aug - 25 Aug 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
23 Aug - 01 Sep 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
06 Sep - 15 Sep 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
20 Sep - 29 Sep 25% off G
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
04 Oct - 13 Oct 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
18 Oct - 27 Oct 25% off
AUD $4,055
AUD $3,041
AUD $5,395
AUD $4,046
01 Nov - 10 Nov 25% off
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,816
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,671
15 Nov - 24 Nov 25% off
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,816
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,671
29 Nov - 08 Dec 25% off
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,816
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,671
13 Dec - 22 Dec 25% off
AUD $3,755
AUD $2,816
AUD $4,895
AUD $3,671

Extra Prices

Twin Share
Single Room
Pre-Tour Accommodation - Istanbul
AUD $265
AUD $465
Post-Tour Accommodation - Istanbul
AUD $265
AUD $465
Princes Islands - 1 day
AUD $275
N/A
Turkey Unplugged Flight from Cappadocia
AUD $635
N/A

Hotels

The hotels listed below are ones which we frequently use on this tour. We reserve the right to substitute these hotels to ones of a similar standard.

Kent Hotel, Istanbul

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

The charming Kent Hotel is a great example of contemporary design and a friendly atmosphere. Guest rooms are superbly equipped with modern facilities including Wi-Fi connectivity, state of the art technology and bright marbled bathrooms. Enjoying a delicious Turkish meal at the in house Calcedoine Restaurant after a hard days sightseeing is highly recommended. The hotel is also fantastically located within a 10-minute walk of the Grand Bazaar and Old Town in the Bayazit area in the European side of Istanbul.

Iris Hotel, Canakkale

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Located between Canakkale and Troy on the coast, the Iris is a modern, low rise hotel with spacious, comfortable rooms and a good size swimming pool. The hotel provides free Wi-Fi connection and has an enviable beach front location. You can enjoy a delicious meal at the outdoor restaurant with views across the ocean.

Parion Hotel, Canakkale

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 5 Star Hotel

The Parion is an elegant property situated in the heart of Canakkale on the southern coast of the Dardanelles in Turkey. The hotel features 162 spacious guest rooms en suite facilities, air conditioning, flat-screen satellite TV and a minibar. Those looking for a bite to eat can check out the hotel restaurant, which serves a tasty breakfast buffet and offers an a la carte menu at lunch and dinner. There is also a hotel bar and room service is available.

Ramada by Wyndham Hotel & Suites, Kusadasi

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Set within beautifully landscaped gardens and boasting an incredible panoramic view of the Aegean Coast, the Ramada Hotel & Suites is the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun by its large outdoor pool, or pamper yourself at the spa. Comfort is guaranteed in the spacious guest rooms, which are modern and well equipped. The hotel offers a choice of three bars, a buffet restaurant and an à la carte restaurant, serving tasty Italian cuisine. A variety of bars and restaurants can also be found within walking distance of the hotel, near Kusadasi's pretty marina.

Richmond Ephesus Resort Hotel, Kusadasi

Our Category: Deluxe   |   Regional Category: 5 Star Hotel

With a beautiful sandy beach lining the shore between the hotel and the sea, the Richmond Ephesus Hotel is a perfect place to relax. Take a dip in one of the two pools or enjoy a delicious dinner and drink at one of the three restaurants. Rooms are spacious and comfortable with air conditioning throughout the hotel.

Seven for Life Thermal Hotel, Kusadasi

Our Category: Deluxe   |   Regional Category: 5 Star Deluxe Hotel

Seven For Life Thermal Hotel in Kusadasi is a luxurious retreat with a range of amenities and close proximity to the beach. With an indoor pool, sauna, hammam, and hot spring bath, guests are sure to find relaxation here. The added convenience of a restaurant, bar, and free WiFi enhances the overall experience. Families can take advantage of the kid's club. With Venus Beach just 800 meters away and Icmeler Bay Beach a short distance further, guests have easy access to the coastal beauty of the area.

Colossae Thermal Spa Hotel, Pamukkale

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Set in landscaped gardens, the Colossae Thermal Spa Hotel has an envious location in Pamukkale. Guest rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated and offer a wonderful level of comfort, ensuring a good night's sleep. The on site thermal spa offers guests the chance to relax, revitalise and enjoy what this region is most famous for. Breakfast can be eaten outside on the terrace while dinner is often taken by the shimmering water of the pool.

Burcu Kaya Hotel, Cappadocia

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

The Burca Kaya building was modelled on ancient Seljuk architecture and carved into rocks. The rooms are simply furnished and decorated with neutral colours. The stone walls and rich wooden panelling give the accommodation a truly authentic feel, whilst still maintaining a high level of comfort. The swimming pool has views of the famous fairy chimneys and the restaurant uses locally produced fruit and vegetables. The hotel is located in Ortahisar, the centre of Cappadocia.

Reviews

Travellers have rated this tour as 4.72 out of 5 based on 114 recent reviews

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the tour in Turkey was quite good. I was disapointed that you excluded Hagia Sophia, one of the most visited places in Turkey, from the tour itinerary for no valid reason.When asked from our guide as to why Hagia Sophia was not included, she said the guided tuors are not allowed there. However, on the last day of our tour, I had the opportunity to vist Hagia Sophia on my own and I saw a number of guided tours in the mosque. On the second day, we finished the Istanbul tour around 1:00 pm and there were enough time for teh guide to take us to Sophia or at least allow interested individuals to visit there in the afternoon. I guess I was the only person in our touring party had the opprtunity to visit Hagia Sophia.

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Esra is an amazing tour guide. She is very knowledgeable and knows her tour places inside and out. She was always smiling and very patient especially after the couple of incidents on the tour one being a broken leg the other being a very angry, disgruntled and annoying traveller.

Esra handles her self very professionally in dealing with these problem.

The tour was great only disappointed was the hotel on Cappadocia. It’s was terrible, rooms were dirty/dusty. There was mould on the bathrooms. Breakfast and dinner was ordinary. The 2 outdoor pools one was empty and green and other one the water was cloudy and murky. Obviously need chlorine. (I have a pool at home)

The staff that spoke English when approached with a complaint all o a sudden could no longer speak English. On the go Tours you really need to do better with tha hotel on Cappadocia.

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Kemal was a terrific tour guide. Informative but not constantly talking. He kept us safe and guided us through the various sites.

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Tour was great all the activities were well planned and insightful. Tour guide was very knowledgeable and had a sense of humour. He lead the tour well with no problems at all.

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The trip was awesome

Putting it mildly

Thank you so much it was a wonderful experience.

Was an unbelievable experience.

Pics don’t do justice

Boats

Cable cars

Trams

Taxis

Took a flight from Cappadocia to Istanbul

Jumped the 10 hour bus trip

Up down mountains

We averaged

9000 to 15000

Steps a day

Fabulous tour guide

Nice food

An so much more

Would recommend On the go to anyone , but not to shoppers as the trip being so hectic no time to shop.

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The tour was well organised. I thought our hotels were very good, but would have preferred something a bit more traditional. It certainly helped me having the dinners included, not only financially, but at the end of a day you dont want to be fussing about where you are going to eat. The buffet meals were amazing, unfortunately my food was never hot and I understand that is a problem with buffet style meals. I would have preferred an option menu. I thought the Turkish night expensive for what we got seeing I dont drink.

• Submitted 30 May 2024
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The trip was advertised as 10 day, it was in reality 8 days. Day one was an only a meeting with the guide which I missed as I flew in later in the day and didn't get to my hotel until 21:30. Day ten was nothing. Including the airport transfers in the tour day count does appears a little disingenuous.

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The tour was terrific , a good pace (not too busy, not too slow) and we saw all the sights that we wanted to.

Yusuf was a superb guide ( which I am sure you will already know 😂)- extremely knowledgable , witty, passionate about his many and varied subjects (especially history , modern life in Turkey ) and engaged with all of us . A thoroughly enjoyable tour !

• Submitted 23 May 2024
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Turkey tour was really “ON THE GO” but it was worth it. We had an excellent guide by the name of Yusuf. He is a qualified engineer but was very much involved in the study of archeology & excavations & had an excellent knowledge of historical events. Of course the highlight for us was the hot air balloon experience in Cappadocia. Hotel in Istanbul (Kent Hotel) could be better. People are nice & helpful. All in all it was an excellent tour & we can recommend it to anyone wishing to visit Turkey. Customer service by the staff in Sydney was excellent.

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Turkey tour was really “ON THE GO” but it was worth it. We had an excellent guide by the name of Yusuf. He is a qualified engineer but was very much involved in the study of archeology & excavations & had an excellent knowledge of historical events. Of course the highlight for us was the hot air balloon experience in Cappadocia. Hotel in Istanbul (Kent Hotel) could be better. People are nice & helpful. All in all it was an excellent tour & we can recommend it to anyone wishing to visit Turkey. Customer service by the staff in Sydney was excellent.

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At a Glance

Range
Trip Type
Starts
Istanbul
Ends
Istanbul
Departs
Saturdays
Group Size
Min 2 / Max 24
Hotel Rating
4 star
Tour Guide
Yes - escorted by a tour guide
Meals
Breakfast: 9, Dinner: 1
Countries
Minimum Age
15 yrs, accompanied by an adult
Arr. Transfer
Yes - from IST or SAW
Dep. Transfer
Yes, to Istanbul Airport at 9am & 1pm on day 10
Sunset painting the sky orange in Istanbul
Pillars on a cliff in Canakkale
View of Kusadasi from across the water
The stunning ancient ruins at the historical site of Ephesus
The salt encrusted pools at Pamukkale
Hot air balloons floating over the stunning landscape of Cappadocia

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the tour in Turkey was quite good. I was disapointed that you excluded Hagia Sophia, one of the most visited places in Turkey, from the tour itinerary for no valid reason.When asked from our guide as to why Hagia Sophia was not included, she said the guided tuors are not allowed there. However, on the last day of our tour, I had the opportunity to vist Hagia Sophia on my own and I saw a number of guided tours in the mosque. On the second day, we finished the Istanbul tour around 1:00 pm and there were enough time for teh guide to take us to Sophia or at least allow interested individuals to visit there in the afternoon. I guess I was the only person in our touring party had the opprtunity to visit Hagia Sophia.

Willie Senanayake
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