Pearls of Turkey – 7 Nights / 8 Days – 1 Country / 4 Cities

8 Days

About Destination

A fascinating mix of modern and ancient, where East meets West, Turkey is one of the most incredible countries in the world. As such it has plenty of European and Asian influences from all sides. With close proximity to Africa too, it is a cultural melting pot where people of all beliefs and faiths can feel at home. Turkey is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Indian travelers, and it truly has something to offer everyone’s tastes: white sandy beaches, ruins of ancient civilizations, world-class sights, delicious food, cosmopolitan feels, and holiday spirits. Turkey is truly a country that leaves you breathless.


A fascinating mix of modern and ancient, where East meets West, Turkey is one of the most incredible countries in the world. As such it has plenty of European and Asian influences from all sides. With close proximity to Africa too, it is a cultural melting pot where people of all beliefs and faiths can feel at home. Turkey is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Indian travelers, and it truly has something to offer everyone’s tastes: white sandy beaches, ruins of ancient civilizations, world-class sights, delicious food, cosmopolitan feels, and holiday spirits. Turkey is truly a country that leaves you breathless.

Trip Highlights

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Arrive in Istanbul around (11 AM) in the morning. Located in the Marmara region of Turkey, Istanbul is the world's most gorgeous and mysterious city. Check out the beauty, the great culture, the colourful lifestyle, the harmony of opposites and everything this amazing city has to offer. Upon arrival in Istanbul, you will be welcomed by our local representative and transferred to Indian Restaurant for a sumptuous lunch before heading to our hotel for Check-In. Later in the evening we will proceed for 2 Hrs Cruise on Bosphorous. A cruise along the Bosphorus is a quintessential activity for visitors to Istanbul. With this tour, get more out of the experience with a guide that accompanies you onboard. Sail past landmarks such as Dolmabahce Palace, the Galata Tower, and the Bosphorus Bridge, learn about the history of the Rumeli Fortress, and pass the waterfront neighborhood of Ortakoy. Later we proceed for Dinner at Indian Restaurant. Overnight in Istanbul

Meals: Indian Lunch | Indian Dinner

After breakfast, we proceed to old city of Istanbul. First visit will be Hippodrome, The center of sport activities with its four monuments; The German Fountain Of Wilhelm II, Egyptian Obelisk, Serpentine Column and the Column Of Constantine. Then visit The Blue Mosque The most famous mosque of Istanbul which is known as the Blue Mosque as well because of its beautiful blue Iznik tiles. Next stop will be The Hagıa Sophıa Grand Mosque. This ancient basilica, built by Constantine the Great, in the 4th century and reconstructed by Justinian in the 6th century, is one of the architectural marvels of all time. Next stop will Topkapı Palace. The great palace of the Ottoman Sultans from the 15th to the 19th centuries, housing an exquisite collection of precious gems, jewellery thrones of sultans, costumes worn by the sultans and their families; miniatures, the Holy Mantle; Chamber Of Sacred Relics. Later we Visit The Basilica Cistern which is a famous historical site that brings millions of tourists every year. It is approximately 140 meters in length and 70 meters in breadth, spanning across an area of 9,800 square meters. The grand cistern consists of 336 columns, 9 meters long and placed 4.8 meters away.

Each of the columns is different from one another. The most noteworthy part of the Basilica Cistern is the two Medusa heads. The two heads bespoke the marvellous Roman architecture and are believed to be taken from a famous antique building. Located on the north-western side of the cistern, the two heads form the base of two pillars. Later in the evening we have free time at leisure in Taksim Square. One of Istanbul’s most visited tourist destinations, the word Taksim means "division" or "distribution" in Arabic. Taksim Square was originally the point where the main water lines from the north of Istanbul were collected and branched off to other parts of the city (hence the name). When you are walking down Istiklal Street, the main street parallel to Taksim Square, you will see many forms of color and life that will reflect the culture and the people of Istanbul. The streets are filled with shops, food joints and restaurants, hotels where you can interact and experience the destination in your way. Entertainment in Taksim Square can come in many forms; it can be a smile of an innocent child or a Turkish Ice-Cream performance.

Meals: Breakfast | Indian Lunch | Indian Dinner

After breakfast, we check-out and proceed for our flight to Cappadocia. On arrival we proceed for Lunch at Indian Restaurant and after lunch we enjoy excursion to Ozkonak Underground City. The underground city of Ozkonak may not be as big as the other subterranean cities, but it is still one of the finest examples in the region. Like any other ghost town, it has the same haunted aura but gives you that wonderful, exhilarating feeling as you explore its mazy tunnels and rooms. During your tour, the town will stimulate your imagination as you move from room to room and level to level. Next we move to Pigeon Valley, Guvercinlik Vadisi (Pigeon Valley) earned its name from the countless man made dovecotes (Pigeon Houses) that have been carved into the soft volcanic tuff. Since ancient times Pigeons have been used in the Cappadocia region for food and fertiliser for the infertile soil. While pigeons no longer play such an important role in the area, their rocky homes have still been maintained by locals and can be found atop rock pillars and inside excavated cave houses and churches throughout the region, however, they are particularly numerous in this valley. Our last stop will be Ortahisar Castle, it is one of the best viewpoints in Cappadocia with great views stretching all the way to Uchisar and Goreme! This maginificent rock castle of Cappadocia is one of the most magnificent structures to visit while exploring the region.

Meals: Breakfast | Indian Lunch | Indian Dinner

Enjoy breakfast at hotel. Today we proceed for our full day cappadocia north Tour. Our first real encounter with Cappadocia almost Martian landscape is in the Dervent valley. We visit Pasabag’s “fairy chimneys”, where the voice of the wind harmonizes with songs of the fairies. From here we pause at Avanos center of terracotta art which is a popular destination because of its attractive old town with cobbled streets, and views over the river and is its production of earthenware pottery, it is also the most economic activity in the town. The ceramic trade in this district and its countless pottery factories date right back to the Hittites, and the ceramic clay from the red silt of the Kızılırmak has always been used. A visit to ceramic & tile center to see how the ceramics made by hand. After lunch we visit the famous Goreme Open Air Museum to see the best examples of Byzantine art in Cappadocia. People of Goreme, at the heart of the Cappadocia Region, realized that these soft rocks could be easily carved out to form houses, churches, monasteries. These frescoes are a unique artistic achievement from this period. You visit a carpet cooperative, where you'll see how exquisite Turkish carpets are hand-woven. We complete the tour with a panoramic view of the valleys of Cappadocia.

Meals: Breakfast | Indian Lunch | Indian Dinner

Enjoy early breakfast at Hotel. Today we will enjoy our journey to Pamukkale with enroute visit to Konya. It takes approximately 4 Hrs from from Cappadocia to Konya. The city of Konya has a long history and a deep rooted tradition. In fact, it is the centre of the dervishes and is part of the infamous Silk Road. The first stop, according to the schedule, would be at the Sultanhani Caravanserai. This particular monument was constructed right on the Silk Road and during the previous ages it used to be a hotel for the traders passing by the Silk Road. The building has the typical Seljuk architectural style and forms an impeccable example of that era’s design. After that, the bus will drive you towards the second stop of the day which is the Mevlana Museum. This museum is dedicated to one of the most important Islamic philosophers, Mevlana. The philosopher’s tomb is one of the most interesting highlights inside the facility. During your time there, you will learn interesting facts about his life and the importance of his work. The museum also hosts a collection of items used or made by the dervishes, such as fabrics or calligraphy works. Enjoy Local Lunch in Konya and transfer to Pamukkale.

Meals: Breakfast | Local Lunch | Indian Dinner

Enjoy breakfast at your Hotel & Check-Out. Today we proceed for Pamukkale Hierapolis & Cotton Castle Tour. Even if nothing but the foundations of one of the Wonders of the World can now be seen: the natural wonder of the calcified waterfalls of Pamukkale (Cotton Castle) compensates for this. Thermal spring waters, laden with calcium carbonate running off the plateau’s edge, have formed this sparkling white petrified cascade of basins ringed by stalagmites. The thermal waters have been used since Roman times for their therapeutic powers, and behind the waterfalls lie the ruins of the Roman City of “Hierapolis”. Discover the captivating white travertines, a unique phenomenon formed by calcified waterfalls that look like they have been frozen in time. Unwind during a relaxing dip in the thermal pools and see where the famous Cleopatra Pools are also located. You will have the opportunity of not only swimming in the famous thermal springs of Pamukkale, but also visiting the remarkable Roman Theatre and the impressive largest antique graveyard of Asia Minor." Enjoy Local Lunch & Transfer to Kusadasi in the afternoon

Meals: Breakfast | Indian Lunch | Local Dinner

After enjoying breakfast at hotel. We proceed to Full Day Kusadasi & Ephesus Tour.The tour starts with a visit to the House of Virgin Mary, where Mary is believed to have spent her last days. This is followed by a two-hour exploration of Ephesus, which is an exceptional testimony to the cultural traditions of the Hellenistic, Roman Imperial, and early Christian periods. Ephesus is a UNESCO World Heritage site. During this time, you will visit important landmarks such as the odeon, state agora, terrace houses (extra 170 TL) Celsus library, and the Grand theather. After exploring Ephesus, you will have lunch at a local restaurant and then visit the Temple of Artemis, which is one of the 'seven wonders' of antiquity. Finally, you will visit the old village of Sirince, which is popular for beautiful traditional houses and fruit-flavored wine production.Later we transfer to Izmir Airport for your flight to Istanbul. Overnight at hotel in Istanbul.

Meals: Breakfast | Local Lunch | Indian Dinner

After breakfast we Check-Out from Hotel & Proceed to Pierre Loti Hill by Cable Car. Pierre Loti Hill offers stunning views and a collection of ancient İstanbul architecture that has been lovingly preserved since the 19th century. There is a cable car that leads directly to the top of the hill. The peak offers a delightful view of İstanbul's Golden Horn, which is just as impressive after sunset, when the city lights illuminate, as it is during the day. Later we proceed for tour of Spice & Grand Bazaar. Built in the 17th century, the covered Spice Bazaar is Istanbul’s fragrant hub for all things flavorful. Piles of pepper, saffron, teas, and dried apricots nestle alongside shops selling colorful Turkish delight, silk scarves, and glass mosaic lamps. Discover the flavors, colors, and history of Istanbul’s oldest markets on a group walking tour to the Grand Bazaar and Spice Bazaar. As you stroll through the endless market stalls, your guide will provide illuminating commentary on more than 500 years of market history. Afternoon we stop for late Lunch at Indian Restaurant. Later we transfer to Istanbul Airport for our flight to India. We hope you had a wonderful time in Turkey and we look forward to welcome you on your next vacation!

Meals: Breakfast | Indian Lunch

Inclusion & Exclusion


  • Return Economy Class Airfare (Ex-Mumbai) on Indigo
  • Domestic Airfares from Istanbul – Kayseri | Izmir – Istanbul on Economy Class
  • Cost of Turkey Tourist Visa
  • 2 Nights’ accommodation with breakfast in Istanbul
  • 2 Nights’ accommodation with breakfast in Cappadocia
  • 1 Night accommodation with breakfast in Pamukkale
  • 1 Night accommodation with breakfast in Kusadasi
  • 1 Night accommodation with breakfast in Istanbul
  • Accommodation in 5* Category Hotels
  • 6 Lunches & 6 Dinners at Indian Restaurant
  • 2 Local Lunches at Local Restaurant
  • 1 Local Buffet Dinner at Hotel or Local Restaurant
  • Evening 2 Hrs Bosphorous Cruise
  • Full Day Istanbul City Tour with Entrance to Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Cistern Basilica
  • Free Time at Taksim Square & Istikal Street
  • Visit Ozkonak Underground City, Pigeon Valley & photo-stop at Ortahisar Castle
  • Full Day Cappadocia North Tour with Visit to Goreme Open Air Museum, Dervent Valley, Pasabag & Avanos
  • Entrance to Sultanhani Caravanserai & Mevlana Museum in Konya
  • Entrance to Hierapolis & Cotton Castle in Pamukkale
  • Full Day Kusadasi & Ephesus Tour
  • Excursion to Pierre Loti Hill by Cable Car
  • Spice Bazaar & Grand Bazaar Walking Tour in Istanbul
  • All tours mentioned above (including entrance fees, taxes & professional guiding)
  • All airport transfers required to complete the program (in good model luxury vehicles)
  • Daily Bottle of Water 2 X 500 ml per person per day
  • Services of Caring Tour Manager
  • Cost of Travel Insurance upto 59 Years
  • Tips to Coach Driver & Local Guides
  • All Local Taxes & Charges as on 15th June 2023


  • Cost of Pre/Post Departure Extension Charges
  • Any Increase in the airfare charged by the airline on your ticket (currently calculated as per 1st June 2023)
  • Any expenses of personal nature such as porterage, laundry expenses, mini-bar, mineral water, telephone charges, food and drink that are not a part of the package
  • Additional Meals that is not mentioned in the above itinerary
  • Cost of excursions, city sightseeing, entrance fees and local guides availed of by the passengers, other than that mentioned in the above itinerary
  • Cost of sightseeings / excursions other than the one mentioned in the “Inclusions”
  • Cost of RT-PCR Test Charges in India & Turkey
  • Anything not specified under “Tour Inclusions”
  • Any extra cost incurred on behalf of an individual due to illness, accident, hospitalization, or any personal emergency
  • Cost of Travel Insurance 60Years & above

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Pearls of Turkey – 7 Nights / 8 Days – 1 Country / 4 Cities
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