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9 Days / 7 Nights

Turkish Delight

Turkish Delight

$1888 / per person
9 Days / 7 Nights

USD 1888/per person ALL IN

based on twin/double sharing

Travel Period: April 22 – 30, 2023

Flight Details:

TK 085 MNL IST 2130 0450
TK 2310 IST ADB 0700 0805
TK 084 IST MNL 0215 1910


  • Roundtrip Airfare and taxes
  • Domestic Flight IST to ADB
  • 5N Hotel accommodation based on 5 star
  • 1N Cave Hotel accommodation
  • Meals, Entrance Fees, Tours based on Itinerary
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Tipping


  • Visa & Processing Fee
  • Other Expense not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Travel Insurance with Covid 19
  • coverage

Tour Plan


Day 1: Manila—Istanbul

Departure Manila

Day 2: Izmir—Kusadasi (L-D)

Upon arrival, meet with the local guide and proceed for lunch in Kusadasi. Next, visit one of the World Seven Wonders – The Ruins of Ephesus, world’s finest archaeological sites, where we visit the Arcadia way, the splendid façade of the Library of Celsius and see the Amphitheatre, which is still used for concerts. After the tour proceed to Dinner and check-in at the hotel.

Day 3: Kusadasi—Pumukkale (B-L-D)

After breakfast, Visit the House of Mary Later (or Meryem Ana Evi in Turkish) is a place where, according to the beliefs of many people Mary, the mother of Jesus, spent the last years of her life. She was supposed to arrive at Ephesus together with St. John and lived there in the years 37-45 CE until her Assumption (according to Catholic doctrine) or Dormi-tion (according to Orthodox belief). Proceed to visit the Leather Fashion House and enjoy a fashion show there with drinks served. Transfer to Pamukkale (Cotton Castle). Visit Hier-apolis, the ruins of the biggest Necropolis (graveyard) of the ancient world, Roman Baths, Basilica and calcium cliffs. Next to The Travertines, one of the UNESCO listed World Herit-age Side, a magical and spectacular natural site unique in the world famous for its fantastic white lime cascades formed by hot mineral springs. Tonight you may enjoy a free hot spring bath in your hotel (please bring your own swimming wear). Dinner at the hotel before check-in.

Day 4: Pumakkale—Konya—Cappadocia (B-L-D)

After breakfast, depart for Cappadocia via Konya, arrive Konya for lunch and stop by to visit the Sultanhan Caravanserai – one of the most significant tourist attractions in Central Anatolia, also the largest and best preservec Seljuk caravanserai in Turkey. Visit Underground City of Kaymaklı, which is built by first Christian people to protect themselves from Romans during troubled times and are linked by underground tunnels to other cities. Drive to Cappadocia and dinner in hotel

Day 5: Cappadocia (B-L-D)

The region known in ancient times as Cappadocia is the setting for some of nature's most bizarre wonders. The unique and yet the strange rock formations and subterranean dwellings of Cappadocia provide unforgettable sets of experiences, memories and photographs., continue to the UNESCO listed World Heritage Site -Göreme Openair Museum, where you ican see the church in the region with its paintings date back to the 5th century. Proceed to Uchisar Hill and Pasabag to have a magnificent and unrivalled view of Cappadocia. Later, visit to Pottery Workshop and Turkish Carpet Factory with drinks served. Dinner at the hotel.

Day 6: Cappadocia - Ankara - Bolu (B-L-D)

Depart for Ankara, the capital of Turkey and the country's second largest city after Istanbul. Lunch at local restaurant then visit the Ataturk Mausoleum, resting place of Mustafa Kemal Atatuk the founder and first president of the Turkish Republic. Then proceed to Bolu with a stop at then Bolu Lake. Dinner and overnight.

Day 7: Bolu—Istanbul (B-L-D)

Strait at an unforgettable excursion starts between two continents, Europe and Asia. The cruise will take you along the Bosporus, past the Europeans style palaces of the great Ottomans, Dolmabahce and Beylerbeyi, as well as the beautiful wooden kiosks of the 19th century, mansions and modern villas, which form the elegant sections of the city. Next, visit to Topkapi Palace, built as official residence and the seat of government during Ottoman Empire. It is today a museum palace with a wide collection of Ottoman artifacts including imperial jewels, porcelain, armor and weapons. Then visit Grand Bazaar – one of the larges covered bazaar in the world. A likely labyrinth with innumerable shops selling practically everything under one roof. And proceed to Taksim Square. Overnight Hotel in Istanbul

Day 8: Istanbul (B-L-D)

This morning, visit to Topkapi Palace, built as official residence and the seat of government during Ottoman Empire. It is today a museum palace with a wide collection of Ottoman artifacts including imperial jewels, porcelain, armor and weapons lunch at local restaurant then continue city tour bring you to Blue Mosque which is the largest mosque in city and one of the most prominent landmark of Istanbul. Contin-ue to Hippodrome Square, former centre of sportive and political activities of Constantino-ple. Next to The Church of the Holy Wisdom -St. Sophia Church, is a former Eastern Ortho-dox Church converted to a mosque, now is a magnificent museum. Dinner and send to airport for flight back to Manila.

Day 9: Istanbul—Manila

Arrival in Manila

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