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Tour the best of Turkey

Tour the best of Turkey

Adventure travel experts Explore Worldwide have released an 8-day tour exploring the best of Turkey including Istanbul, Gallipoli and the ancient sites of Ephesus and Troy.

Best of Turkey Highlights will take you from Istanbul to the small riverside resort of Dalyan on the Turquoise Coast sampling diverse cuisine along the way from NZ$855* per person twin share.

Discover the magic of 'Old Stamboul' on foot including the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and Grand Bazaar, walk the marble streets where Saint Paul preached in Ephesus and visit the famous travertines that cascade down the hillside at Pamukkale, formed over centuries from the rich mineral content of the water of the local thermal springs.

The trip also includes a tour of the battlefields of Gallipoli, the archaeological sites of Troy and Pergamon, and Dalyan where you’ll explore the ancient site of Caunos, enjoy a therapeutic mud bath and have the opportunity to relax on the golden sands of Iztuzu Beach.

Seven nights in a standard hotel, daily breakfast, Explore tour leader and driver(s) are also included.

Contact your local travel agent or call Explore on 0800 269 263, email or visit

*Terms and conditions apply. Prices are per person, sharing a twin room and subject to availability. Turkey Highlights is valid for sale until 04 Oct 14 & travel from 12 Apr – 04 Oct 14. Advertised price is valid for departures on 04 Oct 14. Prices are accurate as at 02 Jan 14 and are subject to change. All airfares are excluded. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply depending on date of travel. Single supplements apply. Tempo Holidays Pty Ltd trading as Explore Worldwide ABN 51007331213, License No. 31341


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