If you are planning to visit Turkey and Kusadasi, we highly recommend booking one of our “private” shore cruises. The following visit rates depend on the specific administrations, the costs are more serious as opposed to the visit fees offered to you on the boat. You will also maintain a strategic distance from the herds and get the most out of your visit with a dedicated expert local escort.

Ephesus Tour from Kusadasi

Ephesus Tour from Kusadasi is the easiest way to explore the area. Since this area has deep historical value and rich cultural heritage, visiting the area with a tour is a good way to ensure you miss nothing important.

Ephesus is the most famous ancient site in Turkey. Built after 1040 BC by refugees coming from Aegean Islands, it became one of the most important port cities of ancient world. Later on, it became a Greek city more than a major Roman city in time. It was one of the twelve cities of Ionian League in Classical Greek Era. In 1st century BC population of Ephesus was approximately 250,000. It was an important commercial center as a port city and religious center with Artemis Temple nearby and Virgin Mary’s Church as the first temple dedicated to Mother of Jesus. It was also sacred for Christians because of its connections with Virgin MarySaint Paul and Saint John The Evangelist.

Temple of Artemis is one of the Seven Wonders of the World completed in 550 BC is at the outskirts of Ephesus. It is a sanctuary built in a sacred place. The temple itself dates back to 8th century BC but the sacred place dates way back. It has been destroyed three times and rebuilt. But it has been abandoned after Christians started to rule the area.

Virgin Mary’s House is a Muslim and Catholic shrine located at the skirt of Bulbul Mountain in Selcuk. It is discovered after a Catholic nun in Germany described the place in her visions about a house Mother Mary lived before she died. It has become an important pilgrimage spot for Catholics since then.

Ephesus Tour Program;

First we will visit Artemis Temple, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, standing today next to Ephesus Antique City. Then we will drive to Ephesus. Ephesus was one of the most important harbor cities in antique world and also it is mentioned in the book of Revelations as one of the seven churches. Also Celsus Library and theater in Ephesus are the other highlights. In Ephesus we will see, Celcus Library, Temple of Hadrian, the fountain of Trajan and the Theater.
We will go to the House of the Virgin Mary. This place was discovered by Lazarist monks when a German nun discovered the house and mountain as the last residence of the Virgin Mary after she had some visions about the place. Today this place is cared for by a Muslim and Catholic, Lazarist Fathers. Lazarist Fathers still celebrate Mass every day.
End of the tour and return to your hotel.

Tour Includes;

  • Professional English Speaking tour guide (Spanish, Portuguese, French, Japanese speaking guides can be organised when request)
  • Private transportation with A/C vehicles
  • Entrance Fees (your guide will have pre-paid tickets)
  • Parking fees
  • Local Taxes

Tour Excludes;

  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Tips to driver and tour guide

Pictures from our Ephesus tours


Pamukkale is natural beauty with its white cascades of calcium springs. There are 17 hot water springs in Pamukkale. When the hot spring waters  come up to surface, they loose the carbon dioxide in the water and calcium bicarbonate subsides to shape the beautiful white cascades of Pamukkale. It is a worth to see natural site, an eye candy. You can  walk through Pamukkale and even find a chance to relax in the hot water of ancient pool and swim in the healing waters of Pamukkale.

Built just above the hot spring waters of Pamukkale, Hierapolis is a mighty ancient city and one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Hierapolis built in 2.nd century BC by the King of Pergamon then became a Roman City. City was famous with several important sanctuaries and also it was an important trade center. Hierapolis was famous for purple die and cloth making as it is still famous with textile products.

Just out of the city, on the hills, you will find the the place where Saint Philip was martyred. It is still unknown if the Saint Philip here is Philip The Apostle or Philip the Evangelist but this crypt believed to have remain and it is a sacred place. Hierapolis Ancient city also has a wonderful theatre which is not to be missed because it is very well preserved Greek sytle theatre situated on a hillside.

The city with its Pagan roots and Christian traditions, the remains of Hierapolis is quiet an interesting ancient site if you admire the historical sites and ancient ruins.

The Red Spring Water is a few kilometers from Pamukkale. The minerals in the water give the color of red, green or brown to the calcium terraces. It is another highlight of Pamukkale town not to miss.

Pamukkale and Hierapolis Tour Program

09:30 You are picked up from your hotel and the full day Pamukkale Tour starts.
We will go to Karahayıt to see the Red Spring Water.
We will visit Hierapolis and see the Necropolis, Roman Baths, Domitian Gate, Latrina, Oil Factory, Front Street, Agora, Byzantine Gate, Triton Fountain, Cathedral, Temple of Apollo, Plutonium, Theatre, Ancient Pool.
Then we will take photos from the most beautiful corners of Pamukkale.
45 minutes of free time. Then meet the guide and start walking the travertines from top to bottom without shoes or socks. We will have our lunch at a local restaurant.
At the end of the tour, we return to your hotel.

Tour Includes;

  • Professional English Speaking tour guide (Spanish, Portuguese, French, Japanese speaking guides can be organised when request)
  • Private transportation with A/C vehicles
  • Entrance Fees (your guide will have pre-paid tickets)
  • Parking fees
  • Local Taxes

Tour Exludes;

  • Entrance fee for Cleopatra Pool
  • Personal expenses

Pictures from our Pamukkale Tour

Boat Trip Kusadasi

This full-day boat tour will take you to some of the most stunning Aegean bays in the area, where you can soak up the sun and take a dip in the crystal clear waters. But that’s not all – the tour also includes dance shows, a delicious lunch on board, and plenty of opportunities to relax and unwind.

The boat departs from the port at 10:00 am and returns around 4:00 pm, so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy all that the tour has to offer. The boat is designed as a gulet, with both a top deck for sunbathing and a bottom deck for exploring the bays. During stops at the beautiful beaches of the Aegean Coast, you can join in the dance parties and happy hours, or simply kick back and relax on the top deck.

But don’t worry about missing out on any of the amenities you’d find on land – the boat has clean toilets for both men and women, as well as fresh water showers. And when it’s time for lunch, our talented chefs will be ready to serve up a delicious open buffet to satisfy your appetite.

By the end of the tour, you’ll have made unforgettable memories and be ready to return to your hotel feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.


Enjoy swimming in the Aegean Sea at the 3 different crystal clear bays
Appease your hunger at the lunch which is prepared for you
Have fun join the dance parties or chill at the top deck
Sunbath and enjoy on the soft sunbeds

Tour Includes;

  • Return Transfers from Kusadasi Hotels,
  • Lunch on board,
  • Soft drinks at the lunch

Tour Excludes;

  • Personal Expenses.