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Attend 2014/2015 Anzac Day services in Gallipoli

8 August 2013

Attend 2014/2015 Anzac Day services in Gallipoli

Take part in Anzac Day services in Gallipoli and discover some of Turkey’s greatest touring highlights with 2014 and 2015 packages now available from Tempo Holidays.

Attend the Dawn Service on 25 April 2014 and enjoy guided tours of Istanbul, the Gallipoli battlefields and the archaeological ruins of Troy on the 5-day Anzac Day with Troy from just NZ$1168* per person twin share.

Departing 21 April 2014 from Istanbul, explore the city including the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum and Grand Bazaar, and the Anzac battlefields taking in the Lone Pine Australian Memorial, the Chunuk-Bair New Zealand Memorial and cemeteries, the trenches at Johnston's Jolly and more.

You’ll also visit Troy before departing for Gallipoli to attend the Dawn Service and services at the Lone Pine Australian Memorial and Chunuk-Bair New Zealand Memorial. The package includes central accommodation in Istanbul and Cannakale, four breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners and admission and ferry charges.

Commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Anzac landing in 2015 with the 8-day Legends of Gallipoli Pilgrimage from NZ$4400* per person twin share.

Centenary services are expected to draw the largest crowds ever seen at Gallipoli and the pilgrimage aims to provide a deeper understanding of the Gallipoli campaign.

You’ll attend services as close to the actual battle sites as possible, with all excursions accompanied by expert historians who will explain the events that took place a century ago. The tour departs 19 April 2015 from Istanbul and includes a full-day city tour, a visit to Troy and plenty of time in Gallipoli to explore sites such as ANZAC Cove, the French Memorial and V-Beach Cemetery.

Accommodation, airport transfers, sightseeing tours and entrance fees, seven breakfasts, four lunches and one dinner are also included.

Tempo Holidays has been organising Anzac Day tours to Gallipoli for over 20 years. The tours have been specially designed for Australians and New Zealanders and take travellers to sites of historical significance to both countries.

Book now to secure places by contacting your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays at, 09 520 1490 or

*Prices are per person, sharing a twin or double room & are subject to availability. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply depending on date of travel. Single supplements are extra and applicable to travellers in single rooms. Deals and offers are subject to availability and may change without notice prior to reservation confirmation and due to currency fluctuations. Prices are accurate as at 26 Jul 13. All airfares are excluded. Offer valid for new bookings only and not combinable with any other offers until sold out. ANZAC Day with Troy (5 Days/4 Nights): is valid for sale until 16 April 14 and travel on 21 Apr 14. The advertised price is based on the 21 Apr 14 departure. A non-refundable deposit of $300 per person is required within 7 days of confirmation in order to secure the reservation. Final payment is due 21 Jan 14. Legends of Gallipoli Pilgrimage (8 Days/7 Nights): is valid for sale until 01 Apr 15 and travel on the 19 Apr 15. The advertised price is based on the 19 Apr 15 departure. A non-refundable deposit of $700 per person is required within 7 days of confirmation in order to secure the reservation. A further non-refundable deposit of $1000 is due by 01 Dec 13. Final payment is due by 01 Dec 14. Tempo Holidays Pty Ltd. ABN 51007331213. License No. 31341


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