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Sarigerme: 12 Islands Boat Trip with Lunch and Transfer

1. Sarigerme: 12 Islands Boat Trip with Lunch and Transfer

Embark on a captivating exploration through the most famous tour destinations, each with its own unique charm and historical significance. From Cleopatra Bath to the hidden treasure of Gobun Cove with its underwater ruins and the picturesque Yassica Islands, this tour promises a delightful blend of natural wonders and cultural marvels. Your first stop is Cleopatra Bath, renowned for its historical significance as the place where Cleopatra bathed with Marc Antony during her honeymoon. The island showcases impressive ruins of a beautiful hammam and remnants of the ancient Lydae city, now submerged underwater. Discover the breathtaking Yassica Islands, comprising five small and stunningly picturesque islands. Saytanil Ada, one of these islands, holds a place in folklore tales, said to be the dwelling place of the devil himself. The hidden gem of Gobun Cove awaits, offering a unique view of underwater ruins from ancient settlements and a stunning panorama of Gocek Bay if you venture to the top. Please note that the waters around Gobun Cove are only 5-7 meters deep, making it unsuitable for larger boats. Bedri Rahmi Cove awaits history enthusiasts and nature lovers with its simple tombs hidden amidst vibrant oleanders and turquoise waters. Along the trip, savor a delicious barbecue lunch on the boat's deck, providing a refreshed spirit to continue the delightful journey. Knight Cove, named after the famous Knights of Rhodes who once inhabited it, now offers numerous cafes and motels, perfect for exploring the island's diverse offerings. Zeytin Ada, also known as Olive Island, holds an Ottoman period olive oil workshop, and its private location in the southern Yassica islands adds to its allure. Tersane Adasi, or Dockyard Island, is among the largest islands in the gulf, featuring Greek ruins of an ancient watchtower, making it a top destination for boat trips. Nature enthusiasts will be thrilled with Domuz Adasi, formerly populated with boars and now a haven of fantastic natural scenery. Finally, Delikili Adalar consists of four islands: Heybeliada, Buyukada, Kinaliada, and Burgazada. Popular among both tourists and locals, the serene environment offers a peaceful retreat from the bustling city life. Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of Turkey's 12 Islands Boat Trip, where each destination holds its own allure and wonder.

Dalaman/Sarigerme: Dalyan Turtle Beach Mud Bath & King Tombs

2. Dalaman/Sarigerme: Dalyan Turtle Beach Mud Bath & King Tombs

Boat Trip: Once we reach the Dalyan, we will board the charming river boats and start our tour across the beautiful Koycegiz Lake. The lengthy of this remarkable lake is a delightful experience on its own. The lake itself is a powerful sight, as it is created by gathering flows of several rivers and smaller mountain streams, and later flows into the great Dalyan river. Mud Baths in Dalyan: At its delta with Dalyan River, Koycegiz creates numerous rejuvenating baths and hot springs, known for their high-quality mineral mud and pleasant thermal springs. You will get to test these mud baths by yourself and enjoy some fun dips and swims in the warm mud pools. The place is also equipped with fresh-water showers, so you can clean yourself afterwards, and freshen up. Lunch break & Caunos: you will get to have open buffet lunch in a cute restaurant, while our guide tells you something about the scenery around you. After that point we will be taking a break near the ancient Rock Tombs of Caunos. These impressive tombs are said to be built high up into the mountain, so that the angels could reach the dead easily. Turtle Beach: After having information about the tombs, we will get to see the gorgeous Turtle beach, and take a swim nearby. It is a gorgeous stretch of beach about 4,5 kilometers long. It is naturally set so that it creates a barricade between the salt waters of Mediterranean, and fresh waters of Dalyan river. This famous beach is the breeding place of the protected species of Loggerhead turtles. Maybe some of you will even get to see a Loggerhead turtle up close if it swims near enough. Return to Sarigerme: Once our refreshing visit to the Turtle Beach is over, we will head back. We are expected to arrive back to Sarigerme at approximately 18.00.

Dalaman: Jeep Safari from Sarigerme

3. Dalaman: Jeep Safari from Sarigerme

Be collected from your accommodation in Sarigerme. The first stage of your journey takes you through a typical Turkish village and a beautiful liquid amber forest. Travel through the magnificent scenery of the environment and continue to the cold clear waters of the Yuvarlakcay River. Take your first break close to the Yuvarlakcay Spring. Go on a ten-minute walk through the canyon to the sources of the spring, where you will have a chance to cool off in the icy water. After lunch at a fresh trout restaurant, head into the more remote region which are only accessible by jeep. Explore little-known areas and deserted places of unsurpassed beauty. After having a break to sunbathe and swim at Asi Bay Beach, drive up to Bozburun Hill, 600 meters above sea level, where you can photograph the spectacular views of Dalyan, Koycegiz Lake, and Iztuzu Turtle Beach.

Dalyan Mud Bath and Beach Tour

4. Dalyan Mud Bath and Beach Tour

Arrive at Turtle Beach, ana amazing beach to explore and provide you with a unique experience. Surrounded by salt water on one side and fresh water on the other, is one of the last breeding grounds of the Sea Turtles and therefore delightfully undeveloped.  You will then take a riverboat cruise through the maze-like passages of Dalyan Delta on your way to the mud baths. The riverboat will stop at the magnificent rock tombs. The tombs belong to the Kings of ancient Lycia and date back to the 4th-century B.C. You will then continue onto the rejuvenating mud baths and thermal springs of Dalyan. The thermal springs and mud baths have drawn in a legion of famous people over the years like Dustin Hoffman, Sting and David Bowie to name a few. Apparently it has worked for them, so why not let it work for you?!

From Dalaman/Sarigerme: Fethiye Tandem Paragliding

5. From Dalaman/Sarigerme: Fethiye Tandem Paragliding

The Venue: Once we reach Babadag mountain, we will meet with the professional pilots who will explain the basics of paragliding, as well as some important things about the upcoming tour. They will give you some information about the paraglider, which is basically a free-flying aircraft that gets launched by foot. The mountain itself is located close to the gorgeous Oludeniz beach and Hisaronu bay. The paragliding height is approximately 1,960 meters, and you will be able to witness some terrific panoramic views. The Adventure: You will be tandem flying with one of the experienced and skilled pilots, so you don’t have to worry about anything. Your safety is your accompanying pilot’s biggest concern. You will fly over beaches and waters, and you will get to enjoy a vibrant view of the colorful world beneath you. The paragliding itself lasts from 25 to 45 minutes. Tandem Paragliding from Sarigerme: Every paraglider has a camera attached to it, so you will get to record and photograph your escapade and later choose the videos and picture you want to take home with you. We should note that pictures and DVDs are not included in our tour price, so you will have to pay an extra fee if you want to buy them. Landing & Returning Back: We use Belcekiz beach as a landing site. This lovely beach is both wide and long, and that is exactly why we chose it. After landing, you will be picked up by our driver and taken back to your accommodation in Sarigerme. Hotel transfers are included in the primary tour price of Sarigerme Paragliding Tour, so they won’t be charged additionally.

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