Gallipoli Tour

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Day 1 - Istanbul - Gallipoli Tour (L)

Pick up from your hotel & drive (4.5 hours) south to the Gallipoli Peninsula. Hear expert information from a local guide. Visit the Kabatepe War Museum, the intended landing place at Brighton Beach and Anzac Cove where the Dawn Service is held each year. Also visit the NZ Memorial at Chunuk Bair, the Australian Memorial at Lone Pine, and the Turkish Memorial as well. Overnight in Canakkale.


Day 2 - Troy - Istanbul (B,L)

Morning tour of the ruins of the ancient cities of Troy. Lunch break. Suvla Winery tour and late evening return to your hotel in Istanbul.


Legend : B : Breakfast, L : Lunch, D : Dinner,
You can customize this trip with additional days! Slow the pace with rest days in locations of your choice, or add additional sightseeing days along the route.

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Tour Details

Tour departs from your hotel in Istanbul and ends with a transfer back to your hotel. Overnight in a boutique accommodation in Canakkale.

Guaranteed daily departures, even if there is one person traveling. Visit Gallipoli and Troy over 2 days.

- Professional English speaking guide.
- All transportation ‘Non Smoking’ bus.
- Museum entrance fee
- 1 night accommodation
- Ferry ride
- Entrance fees
- 2 Lunches
- 1 breakfast

- Personal expenses
- Tips to the driver

Hotels

Destination Hotel Name Type Detail
Canakkale Truva Hotel or similar 4 Star Hotel Detail

Reviews

Michael Murray

Hi Michael, Just a big thank you and well done to all your staff for a great trip we recently complted of Turkey. We did the Gallipoli Plus tour and were very impressed by the knowledge, passion and service of the guides and bus drivers . Hotels were first class and everything went as planned without any issues. Loved Istanbul and all the places we visited and really enjoyed the gastronomic delights Turkey has to offer. I do thouroughly recommend your Company for anybody looking at touring the wonderful country of Turkey. Best regards Michael Murray Sydney Australia

Louise F.

Hi Michael,

Firstly, my apologies for not corresponding with you sooner. I do hope you are well?

On behalf of everyone on our trip to Turkey we wanted to extend a huge thank you for providing us with a trip of a lifetime. I was delighted to meet you in Istanbul and appreciate you making the effort to introduce yourself.

I cannot thank you enough for your assistance and helpful guidance throughout the organisation of our itinerary and tour. You have excelled with the planning and all the staff involved were exceptional.
Ishan was instrumental in assisting us with the finer detailing and alternative planning where required. His ability to organise the logistics to ensure our trip was flawless was impressive.  As ever he was bright, happy, helpful and always professional. His calls to ensure that all was proceeding to plan were appreciated. He was a delight to deal with at all times. 

Both drivers during our journey exceeded expectations. Careful, safe and accommodating. Cheeky smiles and happy dispositions even when they could not understand us….. they laughed anyway. 

Volcan won our hearts from the first moment.  His knowledge left us amazed and his passion was evident in every word. He was sensitive to our needs and genuinely caring. His kind and optimistic nature was not lost on us and we still miss his smile. He is a credit to your business and a sincere ambassador to your beautiful country. You should be exceedingly proud to have him on your team.

Many thanks and kindest regards, 
Louise

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Departure Date

Start Date Finish Date Day / Days / Every Day  
01.01.2017 31.12.2018 Every Day Enquire Or Book

Price List

Start Finish Single Double/Twin PP Triple PP  
01.01.2017 31.12.2018 347.82 AUD 284.58 AUD 260.87 AUD Enquire Or Book

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