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Complete Turkey in 12 days

  • Price / Person: INR 126,643.00

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    Duration : 11N/12D

    Country : Turkey

    Start : Istanbul

    End : Istanbul

    Package Includes : Hotels,Breakfast,Transfers,Sightseeing

    Places covered : Istanbul, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Pamukkale, Canakkale, Kusadasi, Ankara,

    Captivating Turkey in 12 days. Explore Istanbul, Çanakkale, Kusadasi, Pamukkale, Cappadocia and Ankara.

    The main attractions of this tour are:
    * Lunar landscape and Fairy chimneys of Cappadocia
    * The famous hot springs and travertines of Pamukkale
    * Ephesus, the ancient city which once the Roman Capital of Asia Minor
    * The capital city of Turkey - Ankara
    * Istanbul, the city on 2 continents
    * Cruising on Bosphours strait, a continental boundary between Europe and Asia.
    * Visiting the legendary city of Troy in Çanakkale

    Package price includes:
    - Inclusive of all taxes
    - Accommodation for 11 Nights in 4 Star hotels.
        Istanbul - Madison or similar
        Çanakkale - ?ris Otel similar
        Kusadas? - Marina Hotel Suites similar
        Pamukkale - Lycus River similar
        Cappadocia - Dilek Kaya similar 
        Ankara - Sergah similar
    - Transportation in private vehicle.
    - Museum tickets and Entrance fees during tours.
    - Licensed English speaking guide for 10 days.
    - Meals: 
        10 Breakfasts (B)
        10 Lunches (L)
        10 Dinners (D)
    - Accommodation on double room on twin sharing basis

    Package price excludes:
    - Visa charges 
    - International flight tickets. 
    - Optional activity
        Balloon tour at Cappadocia 
        Dinner night Cruise 
        Folkloric dances presentation
    - Personal expenses
    - Tip to the guide and driver
    - Vat

    Avail discount on bulk booking. Below prices mentioned in INR per person basis.

    Single roomDouble roomTriple room
    1-4 pax130047126643123238
    4-12 pax128685124600121196
    12-24 pax127324122558119834
    24-40 pax118472120515117791

    Points to note:
    - Contact Navigers to book your flight tickets or Turkey visa.
    - Navigers also provides customized tour as per your preference. Use "Plan your trip" button present on Navigers site.

    Day 1

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Istanbul (D)

    • On arrival to Istanbul, you will be picked by our local representative and transported to hotel

    • Dinner at hotel

    • You can also opt for dinner at night cruise at an additional cost. (Contact Navigers for arranging it)

    • Overnight stay at hotel.

    Day 2

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Istanbul (B/L/D)

    • After breakfast, start your Istanbul exploration from Sultanahmet area.

    • Visiting Hippodrome, which was not only used for chariot races, court ceremonies, coronations and parades during the Byzantine Empire. It was the sporting and social center of Byzantine life for over 1000 years.

    • Visiting the famous icon of Istanbul - The Blue Mosque, which was constructed between 1609 and 1616 with 6 minarets. The magnificent hand-painted blue tiles adorn the mosques interior walls, and at night the mosque is bathed in blue as lights frame the mosque from all directions.

    • Break for lunch

    • Then visit St Sophia Museum (Hagia Sophia), which was constructed in 537 AD and was the biggest worshipping center of the world between 6th century and 13th centuries.

    • Visit Topkapi Palace which was biggest Palace and one of the major residences of the Ottoman sultans. It is now a museum and contains important relics. This palace is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    • Visiting Grand Bazaar which constructed at 1455, is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, with 61 covered streets and over 4,000 shops. It is often regarded as one of the first shopping malls of the world.

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel

    Day 3

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Canakkale (B/L/D)

    • After breakfast, start your day by visiting Spice Bazaar(famous with variety of spices).

    • Then cruise through to Bosphorus cruise tour. Bosphours strait is internationally significant waterway. It forms part of the continental boundary between Europe and Asia, and it separates Asian Turkey from European Turkey. You will have opportunity to see the mansions and fortresses during the tour.

    • Break for lunch

    • Drive for Canakkale.

    • Çanakkale is a city and seaport in Turkey. Çanakkale is the second city to be situated on two continents after Istanbul, but Çanakkale is closer to mid-division than Istanbul. Çanakkale is your best base for visiting the Gallipoli battlefields and the ruins of Troy.

    • Pass through the Dardanelles strait; which is a narrow, natural strait and with internationally significant waterway, as it forms the continental boundary between Europe and Asia, and separates Asian Turkey from European Turkey. It is one of the world's narrowest straits used for international navigation.

    • Pass through Dardanelles strait, from Europe to Asia by ferry and enter to the hotel.

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

    Day 4

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Kusadasi (B/L/D)

    • Early departure from Canakkale for Kusadasi (265 kms).

    • On the way visit the ruins of ancient city of Troy.

    • Troy, is where the legendary Trojan War took place, which was famous for the trick used by Achaeans who presented a huge wooden horse as a gift to Trojans. And Achaean soldiers had entered their city, sitting inside this wooden horse. Troy is Turkish national park, and is on the World Heritage List of UNESCO. Explore the ruins of this great city. The inevitable part of Troy experience is looking at the (fake, re-constructed) Trojan horse in the entrance of the site.

    • Arrive at Kusadasi.

    • Checkin to the hotel

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

    Day 5

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Kusadasi (B/L/D)

    • After breakfast, start your action packed sight seeing by visiting the ancient city of Ephesus, which once the Roman Capital of Asia Minor and is rich is history and culture.

    • Go through the Harbour Street, to witness the Great Theatre of Ephesus. The theatre was constructed in the Hellenistic period but remodelled many times in the Roman period. It is the largest theatre in the Asia Minor with accommodation for 25000 people. It served not only for dramatic performances, but also for demonstrations of a social, political, economic, religious nature and for the famous gladiator games.

    • The visit the Marble Street which was constructed in the 1st century AD and was adorned with marble sculptures along its 4 km length. It is considered to be one of the oldest advertisements place of the world.

    • Later visit the famous Library of Celsus. This library is one of the most beautiful structures in Ephesus. It was built in 117 A.D and was the third richest library in ancient times with more than 12,000 scrolls. The building is constructed using an optical trick that the columns at the sides of the facade are shorter than those at the center, giving the illusion of the building being greater in size.

    • Later visit the gate of Mihridates and Mazues

    • Visit Commercial Agora, which was built in the third century B.C. It was the center of the commercial world in Ephesus. In addition to the marketing of goods there was also a slave market of beautiful girls brought from different places by sea. It was the second largest slave market of the Ancient World.

    • Later see the Latrina, the public toilets built in the first century A.D. There was an entrance fee to use them at that ancient age.

    • Visit the Scolastica Baths, built in the first Century. It was used not only to bathe but also to socialize and discuss the topics of the day. The original structure was thought to have been three-storied. When you enter this area, you see first the dressing room (apodyterium) with ten cabins, then cold room (frigidarium) with its pool,and then the warm room (tepidarium) to relax, and finally the hot room (caldarium) with its developed heating system. The second floor was used for massage and scrub as a therapy.

    • Visit Trajan Fountain, built in around 104 C.E, it is one of the finest monuments in Ephesus. It was constructed for the honor of Emperor Trajan, and the statue of Trajan stood in the central niche on the facade overlooking the pool.

    • Later pass through the Curetes Street. The street has its appearance from the 4th century. There were fountains, monuments, statues and shops on the sides of the street. Many structures of the Curetes Street were damaged due to many earthquakes that Ephesus had.

    • Visit Temple of Hadrian, one of the best preserved and most beautiful structures on Curetes Street. It was built before 138 A.D. The facade of the temple has four Corinthian columns supporting a curved arch, in the middle of which contains a relief of Tyche, goddess of victory.

    • See the Fountain of Pollio, was built in 97 A.D. The water was brought to the fountains of Ephesus through baked clay pipes.

    • Also visit the Memmius monument, the Temple of Domitian, the Prytaneion, Odeon and the State Agora.

    • Break for lunch.

    • Later visit the house of Virgin Marry, which is located on the top of the

    • End your day by visiting the famous Temple of Artemis (completed around 550 BC), one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel

    Day 6

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Pamukkale (B/L/D)

    • After breakfast, departure to Pamukkale.

    • After lunch, visit the white cascades, formed by sedimentary rock deposited by water from the hot springs.

    • Nowhere else in the world can visitors enjoy exploring both picturesque travertine formations, built up over the millennia from limestone deposited by the abundant hot springs, and the colonnaded streets, temples, bath houses, necropolis and theatre of the remains of an idyllically located Greek-Roman spa city, Hierapolis. You can even bathe, as the Romans once did, in a picturesque pool filled with warm (around 36C), mineral rich waters and swim amongst submerged columns of great antiquity.

    • Later visit the ruins of ancient city of Hierapolis.

    • Hierapolis, means

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel

    Day 7

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Cappadocia (B/L/D)

    • After breakfast, depart from the hotel and drive for Cappadocia.

    • Cappadocia, the place with distinctive fairy chimneys, tall cone-shaped rock formations, honeycombed hills and towering boulders will give you an out of the world feeling.

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel at Cappadocia

    Day 8

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Cappadocia (B/L/D)

    • Start your action packed day at Cappadocia, by witnessing the lunar landscape at Devrent Valley. Take a walk through this lunar landscape where different rock formations can be seen.

    • Then we head on to seeing the best examples of the fairy chimneys at Pasabag Fairy Chimneys and Zelve Valley

    • Then you will be taken further to Avanos Town, which is famous with tile and pottery workshops.

    • Break for lunch in a special local restaurant at Avanos town.

    • After lunch our next stop is Goreme Open Air Museum where you will enjoy the fantastic rock churches and beautiful frescos from various centuries decorating the walls of the churches.

    • Then we drive to the Uchisar Rock Castle, which is the highest and the most dominant point, giving us a breathtaking panorama.

    • We end the day visiting Esentepe Windy Hill watching its panaromic view.

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel

    Day 9

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Cappadocia (B/L/D)

    • You can opt to start your day with hot air balloon tour over the valleys of Cappadocia. (Optional activity)

    • After breakfast, start your Cappadocia exploration by visting the Three Sisters Fairy Chimneys in Urgup which are the most popular and seen on advertisements.

    • Then we head on to Pigeons Valley, Pigeons have been always important for cappadocian people. That’s why people carved some pigeon houses to keep them in certain places. You will see that the houses for the pigeons are just like the houses for the people.

    • Then we descend into the center of the earth in the Kaymakli Underground City. There are 36 underground cities in Cappadocia and the widest one is Kaymakli underground city. The Kaymakli Underground City has low, narrow and sloping passages. While the underground city consists of 8 floors below ground, only 4 of them are open to the public today.

    • After this, we drive to Mustafapasa through the unspoiled villages of Cappadocia, surrounded by the table-top mountains.

    • On the way, visit the beautiful Ayvali Village.

    • We continue to Mustafapasa (Sinasos), an old Greek town with its spectacular old Greek houses; very fine examples of late Greek settlements and architecture.

    • Break for Lunch at Urgup.

    • After lunch our next stop is Red Valley. We walk for about 4 km in one of the most attractive valleys of Cappadocia.

    • Red Valley, with its fabulous volcanic rock formations, is in the heart of Cappadocia but away from the tourist crowd. Rock-Cut hermit churches with frescoes and paintings fit with the Valleys meditative atmosphere, remained intact since the beginning.

    • At the end of your walking trail, you will arrive at ancient Cavusin Village

    • Later visit the Turasan Wine Factory in Urgup, where you will have chance to taste the world famous Cappadocia wines.

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel. (Folkloric dances presentation, optional.)

    Day 10

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Ankara (B/L/D)

    • Departure from the hotel at Cappadocia for Ankara (285 kms).

    • Lunch on the way.

    • Visit the Mouseluom of Atatürk the founder of Turkish Republic.

    • Visit the Anatolian Civilization Museum.

    • Check-in to the hotel at Ankara.

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

    Day 11

    Hotel :4 Star hotel at Istanbul (B/L/D)

    • Departure from the hotel at Ankara for Istanbul.

    • Arrival to Istanbul. Break for lunch

    • Visit the Dolmabahce Palace recent residence for Ottoman Sultans and one of the most glamorous palaces in the world. It is built on a 110.000 m² area and is famous for its great collection of European antiquity, furnitures and 4.5 tons chandelier. The palace has 285 rooms and 46 halls.

    • Later visit Ortakoy with 18th century mosque and seashore cafeterias.

    • Ortakoy is on the European side of Istanbul on the Bosphorus Strait, right under the first Bosphorus bridge. In Turkish it means

    • Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

    Day 12

  • Breakfast at hotel

  • Later you will be transferred to the international airport for your onward journey.

  • Important Point for Holiday packages

    1. Premium will be charged during festival season or long holidays season and weekend for hotel booking. Some hotels if do not have restaurants or charge hefty amount; in those cases we will not be able to arrange breakfast however we will compensate by INR 100 per head per day for breakfast or we will ask our guide to take you for breakfast

    2. This price is applicable for couple booking

    3. The change in dates will attract re-quote

    4. Normal hotel check-in time is from 2:00 PM onward and check-out time is at 12 PM and in India its 12 for check in and 10 for check out

    5. The above cost does not include any kind of surcharge, if applicable during the given travel period

    6. 'No Show' is subject to full booking charges

    7. Pls call us for group booking discount if there are more than 2 adult travellers

    8. For international trips Forex conversion of 4.4% or INR 2000 is applicable per booking

    9. Package has to be booked at least 5 days in advance to ensure quality. For urgent packages we will try our best to arrange the best hotel available for you in that category

    10. If more than one state is included in the transfers; there will be additional interstate taxes that our customer has to pay

    11. No money will be refunded if hotels are car is booked and payment is already made. In this case Navigers will provide proof of expense to customer

    12. No bookings are made until customer makes the payment

    13. Rates are subject to change without notice

    • Cancelling before 1 Days to 10 Days will deduct 50%

    • Cancelling before 11 Days to 20 Days will deduct 25%