Good news! You can get picked up from your hotel, just give us the details at the time of booking. Don’t worry if you have not booked your hotel yet, our customer service executives will get in touch and confirm the details.
Same as the start point
Our professional team of drivers will take you by a jeep up to the Taurus Mountains and you’ll have the opportunity to see all Alanya from a height! After some more photo breaks and off-road you’ll come to a Turkish village – a great chance to discover the countryside of Turkey, too see the life of local people! A tour guide will provide information about the religion in Turkey while visiting a village mosque. Then visit an old village house where you’ll have the possibility to try tradition Turkish bread 'Gözleme' made by a local lady; you’ll be offered a glass of traditional Turkish/herbal tea as well. All of this will be accompanied by a funny animation program!
For lunch, we stop in Dim Cayi River – a very famous place in Alanya! You’ll have enough time to enjoy your meal, enjoy the beauty of nature, to take a sun or just relax before. Do not forget to bring your swimming suits
On the way back to Alanya we will stop for a photo break at an amazing panoramic view of Dim Dam. At about 4pm, we are back to your hotel in Alanya.
About the Supplier: Tourmania is one of the leading tour operators in Turkey and offers tours and activities in more than 25 destinations in Turkey. Their tours are well-researched and show you the best of Turkey with expert guides at your disposal.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Don't forget to bring your swimming suits and towel.
Unfortunately, the tour is not suitable for infants, expecting mothers and those with mobility problems.
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