Whether you want to climb up a mighty peak, raft the rapids of a mountain torrent, hike a long-distance trail, or take a dive into the crystal clear warm waters of the Mediterranean, Turkey is the right place for you!
Walking tour in the Lycian Way
Turkey’s long-distance winding rails pave their way through the spectacular peaks of ancient Lycia, high above the most impressive waterscapes in the Mediterranean. Following tracks paved by Ottoman, traditional droving village paths and forest roads will give a close acquaintance with traditional Turkish rural life. On your way, you will meet a few unspoiled coves where tired walkers can dunk their feet into turquoise waters.
Climbing vacation in Ararat Mountain
Ararat is a world-famous volcanic mountain attracting peak-baggers from all over the world. The duration of the climb is 5 days, which is perfect timing for acclimatization. There are local agencies providing guides and services to help you with the baggage transferring and setting up camps. You are guaranteed to get an unutterably magnificent view from the summit of the mountain.
Kite-surfing adventure in Alacati
Alacati, a well-preserved former Greek village located on the Cesme Peninsula, is Turkey’s prime kite-surfing venue. The tranquil waters and the steady winds make this place ideal for going on a thrilling kite-surfing adventure – a bizarre but exhilarating hybrid of paragliding and windsurfing. Dare to soar and twist over the azure waters of the Aegean.
Diving vacation in Kas
The Kas waters are well known for their purity which makes the city one of the best dive spots in the Mediterranean. It is high time you went down to looking out for tunnels in the underwater rock formations and caves, not to mention variegated residents of the waters including parrot and damsel fish, larger fish like grouper, and oddities such as flying fish. Receive unforgettable emotions from your Kas diving vacation.
Sea kayaking adventure in Lycian Coast
You will not find any shore more spellbinding than the Lycian one in the entire Mediterranean. A vivid combination of remote promontories, secluded coves, lonely islets crystal waters which has to be discovered from the sea. And what better way to explore than going on a sea kayak adventure? The trip covering eighty miles in total includes wild camping on islands, blow-holes and caves to discover, and swimming opportunities galore with the odd Byzantine church for a spot of culture being a cherry on top.