Frontier Formalities, Passport and Visas: Nationals of the following countries can enter Turkey with a valid passport; a visa is required: Up to 3 Months Germany, Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belize, United Arab Emirates, Denmark, Morocco, Fiji, Finland, France, Granada, Iran, Switzerland, Iceland, Jamaica, Japan, Canada, Qatar, Kenya, Kuwait, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Monaco, Norway, Oman, St. Lucia, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Chile, Trinidad, Tobago, Tunisia, Vatican City, New Zealand, Greece, Ecuador, Sweden, Israel, South Korea, Uruguay. Up to 2 Months The Republic of Croatia, The Republic of Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rumania, Macedonia, Indonesia. Up to 1 Month Bolivia, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, The Republic of South Africa. For the countries mentioned above and Bulgaria, a transit visa is not required. Nationals of the following countries require a visa: U.S.A., Austria, United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Holland, and Portugal can obtain a sticker visa at border gates (Up to 3 Months). Azerbaijan, White Russia, Armenia, Moldavia, Uzbekistan, Russia, Tadzhikistan Ukraine, Hungary, Poland, The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Taiwan can obtain a sticker visa at border gates (Up to 1 Month). Nationals of Guatemala can obtain a visa for up to 15 days at border gates. Nationals of Jordan, up to 30 days. Nationals of all other countries require a visa, which can be obtained from the nearest Turkish embassy or consulate.
Note: Citizens of Germany, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Spain, Italy, Malta, Switzerland, and Greece may enter Turkey with the proper identity cards in lieu of a passport.
Drive an exciting route along winding roads, through dense pine forests. Many of the trees soar to heights of up 65 feet (20 meters). Navigate your way through rural hazards, such as flocks of sheep, and look out for traditionally dressed village women. You will come across mountain villages, and look out for wildlife. This is an ideal tour to take from Kemer when you want a break from the heat of the beach, with cooler temperatures in the mountains, you will also get the chance to jump into refreshing waterfalls.
Driving in convoy, make your way through narrow tracks, ascending the Taurus Mountains to a height of almost 5,000 feet (1,500 meters). Enjoy breathtaking views as you drive, and stop by a riverside or rural cottage restaurant for a delicious lunch.
At the end of one dusty trail, you can take a refreshing dip in the secret waterfalls of Selale, hidden among the trees. Jump into the crystal cool waters and feel the grime of the day wash away.
JEEP SAFARI PROGRAM and ROUTE: Depart from Kemer at about 09:00 am, along the way of Aslanbucak, a small town and going by Kesmebogazi, Somakseri, Gedeleme, Kucuk Ovacik. Here we will have a tea break in a Traditional Turkish village house. Our will tour continue on the road to mountain Ovacik, Sogucaksu, Agalaryolu . We will take a break in the famous cedar forests, and then drive on to Altinyaka where we will arrive around 13.00. Here we will have our lunch at the restaurant enjoying their well known delicious fresh Speckled Trout. At around 14:30 pm, we will depart from Altinyaka along the road to Golcuk, Saraycik, Kuzcayolu small villages and at 15.30 pm we arrive at then Alakir stream. We will have a swimming break here. (weather permitting). At 16:00 pm , we depart from Alakir in the direction of Sogutcumasi, Ucoluk Plateau, Ovacik, Kizilgol, Cinarlipinar and then we get on the road to Kesmebogaz. Here we will have a break under a stone bridge. The Jeep safari tour will finishes in Kemer at around 18:00 pm.
Jeep Safari is an unforgettable adventure. If you prefer, you can take control of the jeep under our leadership or you can give control to our driver or another guest who would like to drive. Visiting a small Turkish village, bathing break in the mountain river, the lunch in the small local restaurant are the highlights of this adventurous trip.
Included in the price: Pick up and drop-off at your hotel Jeep safari with 4, 6, and 8-seat jeeps Lunch (3 Courses with Turkish Tea)
Did you know Turkey that Has the most valuable silk carpet, in the world, in the Mevlana Museum,Konya with 144 knots per sq. cm. In the 13th century, Marco Polo wrote "The best and handsomest of rugs are woven here, and also silks of crimson and other rich colors".
Just back to home. Very tired a long way flight and air traffic.
About services, The guides were very knowledgable and friendly and picked us up promptly. The only problem was we forget your bottled Cappadocia Wines at hotel in Kusadasi.
Other than that we had a fabulous time. The hotels that you choosed in Cappadocia and Bodrum were very nice and the little cruise was perfect.
Home sweet home.
Michael / Robbie CURRY