GREAT SOUTHEASTERN ANATOLIA TOUR BY PLANE

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GREAT SOUTHEASTERN ANATOLIA TOUR BY PLANE General Information About

There is no Extra Tour Payment in the Programme. Sira Night at Şanlıurfa Local Restaurant is Included in the Price.
Tour fees increase gradually.

1. Day: ANTALYA - ADANA - ADIYAMAN - NEMRUT

We will meet at the Antalya Airport Domestic Terminal Pegasus Airlines counter on April 10 at 05:30. After completing our check-in procedures, we start our trip with the Adana flight at 07:40. We get in our vehicle waiting for us at Adana Airport and move to Birecik after breakfast. First, we see the Bald Ibis Birds (Milibis Baldibis) Conservation Station and get information about this valuable species that is in danger of extinction. After about an 1 hour bus ride, we come to Halfeti, which means Karagül. We watch the lands of Yavuzeli, Nizip and Şanlıurfa from one point and see the King's Daughter Cave, Greek Castle, Barşavma Monastery and St. Narses Church during our tour. After visiting the village of Savaşan, which is partly under water, by boat, we return to the pier after lunch and head to Adıyaman. After seeing the Cendere Bridge Karakuş Tumuli, we go to Mount Nemrut, with an altitude of 1150 m, which is among the places where the most beautiful sunrise and sunset in the world can be watched. We go up to the foot of the mountain with small minibuses and reach the top of the mountain after a half-hour walk. Here, we first get information from our guide on the Eastern terrace where the Gods are located and take lots of photos. Then, we go to the West terrace to watch the magnificent sunset with the god statues. After watching sunset, we move to Kahta with our minibuses. Then, we go to our hotel in Adıyaman. Accommodation and dinner will be at our hotel.

Breakfast: Extra
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: At the hotel
Hotel To Stay: Kahta Hotel Nemrut 20000 https://www.nemrutturizm.com/

2. Day: DİYARBAKIR-HASANKEYF-MİDYAT-MARDİN

After breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we get in our car and go to Diyarbakır. We see the Diyarbakır Walls, which are the best preserved not only in our country but also in the world and  Diyarbakır walls are on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Diyarbakır Walls, which are the only example of a wall in the world as an open-air museum; it is 1700 meters from east to west and 1300 meters from north to south. The walls, which are 5 km long, were built in the form of two walls, the inner and outer walls, but the outer wall has been destroyed. Traces of these outer walls can only be found around Mardin Kapı and Dağ Kapı today. The walls consist of 82 bastions and 4 main gates. The body walls are supported by buttresses.  Castle Bastions has round, polygonal and rectangular plans. The height of the walls varies between 5 and 12 m, and the wall thickness varies between 3 and 5 m. The main gates of the wall is called Dağ Kapı (Harput) in the north, Urfa (Rum) Kapı in the west, Mardin (Tell) Kapı in the south, and Yenikapı (Tigris and Şat) in the east. Hindibaba and Tekkapı are secondary gates and were opened during the Republic period. Today's view of the walls that have defied centuries is the Byzantine Emperor II, son of Constantine, who rebuilt Istanbul as the capital of Rome. It was renovated by Constantius (AD 349) and has survived to the present day. Afterwards, we see the Ulu Mosque and Social Complex, one of the oldest mosques in Anatolia, the Hasan Pasha Inn built by Hasan Pasha, who was the governor of Diyarbakır between 1572-1575, the Süleyman Mosque, the Sülüklü Inn, and the Akkoyunlu ruler. After visiting the Four-Legged Minaret of the Sheikh Mutahhar Mosque built by Kasım Bey, photographing the Keçiburcu Hevsel Gardens and the historical bridge over the Tigris River, popularly known as the ten-eyed bridge, we will have free time after visiting Hasankeyf, which is in danger of being submerged under the waters of the Ilısu Dam. In Hasan Keyf, which has seen uninterrupted development since it is the crossing point of the Silk Road on the Tigris; We take a photo break next to the new bridge to see the traces of the Artuqids, Ayyubids and Ottomans. We are moving towards Midyat. In Midyat, which looks like a small Mardin, we see the District Governor's Guest House (can beseen from the outside), which has hosted the shootings of many famous TV series and is one of the most important examples of civil architecture in the region, the old inn and Midyat streets, and we shop in Telkariciler Street. After our tour, we go to our hotel in Mardin for dinner and accommodation.

Breakfast: At the hotel
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: At the hotel
Hotel To Stay: Mardin Yay Grand Hotel https://www.yaygrand.com/tr

3. Day: MARDIN - DARA ANCIENT CITY-DEYRULZAFARAN MONASTERY

After breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we start our tour with a visit to Dara Ancient City. It was chosen as a garrison city by the Eastern Roman Emperor Anastasius in AD. Anastasius, who started construction activities here between 503 and 507, gave his name (Anastasiopolis) to this city he founded and made it the management and administrative center of the Mesopotamia region. While ancient Dara has been recorded as one of the most important trade centers of Mesopotamia for centuries, it is stated in archaeological ruins and archives that the city witnessed the war between Persian Emperor Darius and Alexander the Great. The surroundings of the Ancient City of Dara, which consists of structures carved into the rocks and spreads over a wide area, is protected by a 4-kilometer wall. The inner castle was built on the upper plain of a 50 meter high hill in the north of the city. Ruins of churches, palaces, bazaars, dungeons, armories and dams can still be seen in the city. Then we start our Mardin tour on foot in Mardin old city square. During our walk, we will use the main street from time to time, and sometimes the narrow streets and abbaras. During the trip on foot, after seeing the Virgin Mary Church and Patriarchate (Mardin Archeology and Ethnography Museum), Zinciriye Madrasa and Şehidiye Mosque, our next stop will be Deyrulzafaran Monastery. After visiting the monastery, we depart for Kasımiye Madrasa at the determined time. We listen to our guide about this magnificent structure while watching the Mesopotamian view. We return to our hotel for dinner and accommodation.

Breakfast: At the hotel
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: At the hotel
Hotel To Stay: Mardin Yay Grand Hotel https://www.yaygrand.com/tr

4. Day: GÖBEKLİTEPE - HARRAN - BALIKLIGÖL - ŞANLIURFA

After having breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we go to Göbeklitepe Mound, located near Örencik village of Şanlıurfa, home to the first temples in the history of civilization and it is on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list. The temples, which reflect the belief world of prehistoric people and are enriched with animist figures, have made Göbeklitepe one of the most important discoveries in the history of archaeology. Göbeklitepe, the first temple built during the time of hunter and gatherer human societies, which were far from the concepts of settlement and agriculture, before the city life began, is shown as the biggest archaeological discovery of recent years. The temple, which is still unanswered as to how it was designed approximately 12 thousand years ago, attracts all the attention with the fact that it was built approximately 7,500 years before the Egyptian Pyramids and Stonehenge in England. After our visit to Göbeklitepe, we go to Harran, where the world's first known Islamic University is located. In Harran, which is protected by the Conical Dome Harran houses, which are found in only three regions in the world; After seeing the ruins of the Grand Mosque, the mound, the city walls, the castle, and one of the most beautiful traditional Harran houses, we move to Şanlıurfa. In Şanlıurfa; After visiting the Seq of Prophet Abraham, Castle and Gümrük Inn, Halil-ür Rahman Mosque, Aynzeliha Park and Balıklı Lake, we give free time for shopping in the old bazaars. Then, after checking into our hotel, we go to Sıra night.

Breakfast: At the hotel
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: Şanlıurfa Sıra Night (Included in Price)
Hotel To Stay: Şanlıurfa Hotel El-Ruha 5* https://www.hotelelruha.com/

5. Day: ŞANLIURFA-GAZİANTEP-ADANA-ANTALYA

After breakfast at the hotel, we get into our vehicle to go to Gaziantep. We start our Gaziantep trip with the Zeugma Mosaic Museum, one of the richest mosaic museums in the world. We will trace many mythological stories in the rich mosaic collection unearthed in the last 15 years from Zeugma, the most important city of the Roman Empire in the east. Many archaeological pieces are also exhibited in the museum. Then, during the War of Independence, within the borders of the Southern Front, it was first invaded by the British on December 17, 1918, after the Syrian Agreement signed between the British and the French on September 15, 1919, and was unjustly invaded by the French on October 27, 1919. With its glorious resistance, it received the title of "Gazi" in 1927. In Gaziantep, we first visit the Panorama 25 December Gaziantep Defense Heroic Panorama and Museum, which immortalizes the epic battle of Antep, which is rare in history. Then, we will visit Yemeniciler Arastasi, Almaci Market with our guide and go to Tahmis Coffeehouse. Tahmis means the place where coffee is ground. In ancient times, coffee was pounded in large mortars made of walnuts, with tools made of black stone or the same tree. The historical Tahmis Coffee House was built by Mustafa Agha, the Turkmen Agha and Sanjak Bey, to bring income to the Lodge (Mevlevi Lodge). In this two-storey building built in 1638, you can drink Menengiç coffee and shop for peanuts, copper and Yemeni during your free time. After completing our Gaziantep historical bazaar tours, we get in our vehicle and start our return journey. After a pleasant journey, we go to Adana Airport and return with the Pegasus Airlines 22:30 Antalya flight, and we say goodbye to meet on our next trip.

Breakfast: At the hotel
Lunch: Extra
Dinner: Extra

Tour Details

Departure Locations:
    Tour Departure Dates:
    15 June • 11, 25 September • 09, 23 October • 07 November
    Date OptionsavailabilityDouble Room
    Per person
    One personAdditional Bed1. Child2. Child
    15.06.2024Tur BedeliFree16.390,00 TL19.890,00 TL16.390,00 TL0 - 2 Age 1.000,00 TL
    3 - 11 Age 15.390,00 TL
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    11.09.2024Tur BedeliFree16.390,00 TL19.890,00 TL16.390,00 TL0 - 2 Age 1.000,00 TL
    3 - 11 Age 15.390,00 TL
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    25.09.2024Tur BedeliFree16.390,00 TL19.890,00 TL16.390,00 TL0 - 2 Age 1.000,00 TL
    3 - 11 Age 15.390,00 TL
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    09.10.2024Tur BedeliFree16.390,00 TL19.890,00 TL16.390,00 TL0 - 2 Age 1.000,00 TL
    3 - 11 Age 15.390,00 TL
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    23.10.2024Tur BedeliFree16.390,00 TL19.890,00 TL16.390,00 TL0 - 2 Age 1.000,00 TL
    3 - 11 Age 15.390,00 TL
    -
    07.11.2024Tur BedeliFree16.390,00 TL19.890,00 TL16.390,00 TL0 - 2 Age 1.000,00 TL
    3 - 11 Age 15.390,00 TL
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    Included Services

    • Round Trip Flight Tickets
    • 4 Nights Hotel Accommodation
    • Breakfast and Dinner at Hotels
    • Şanlıurfa Sıra Night
    • Nemrut Minibus Fares
    • Tourist Guide with Professional License
    • Compulsory Domestic Travel Insurance

    Services Excluded in the price

    • First Day Breakfast
    • Last Day Dinner
    • All Lunches
    • Beverages During Meals and Breaks
    • Personal Expenses
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