Turkey has long seemed to be an intersection for surrounding cities and history itself, quite literally a bridge and pathway between the East and West; due to this fortunate placement, Turkey is rich in culture and people, from ancient Roman ruins to Ottoman palaces to Byzantine monasteries sitting on the cliffs to the First World War battlefields of Gallipoli. Turkey is a mix of chaste religion, a dash of history, and modernization. There's bound to be something for you here.

Must Do Adventure

  • Experience the breath-taking Cappadocia hot air balloons on the Turkey Tour. Hot air balloons are one of the most common travel bucket list items in the world. Watch the hot air balloons from any vantage points and also enjoy a hot air balloon ride during sunrise or sunset.

    Experience breath-taking Hot Air Balloon Ride
  • Treat yourself with Turkish tea on the Turkey Tour and take home the taste of joy. Taste the yummy Turkish delights that are made of starch and sugar flavored with nuts, dried fruits, and other fillings. Hop in a Turkish delight shop to enjoy the delicious sweets. Also, taste the different flavors of Turkish delight that include rose, cinnamon, strawberry, kiwi, orange, and lemon.

    Taste the Mouth watery Turkish Tea & Delights
  • Explore and go hiking on the Mt Nemrut that is worth a visit on the Turkey Tour. Enjoy the beautiful experience on the most arduous hike to the peak of Mt Nemrut to see the famous statues that guarded the royal tomb. Don’t forget to witness the sunrise or sunset while you go hiking on Mount Nemrut.

    Go Hiking on The Mount Nemrut

Bucket List Experience

Istanbul | Bucket List Group Travel


Experience Istanbul at its very best on the Turkey Tour. Explore the world’s most spectacular intersection of cultures, continents, cuisines, and art. Embark on an exciting adventure to get an essential Istanbul experience. Visit the Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, and Hagia Sophia. Get lost in the labyrinthine of the Grand Bazaar passing by the myriad traders. Join a home-cooked experience in Istanbul and discover some local food with your host and spend time in the Istanbul tea house.

Cappadocia | Bucket List Group Travel


Take a break away from the bustle of the big cities to witness the rural culture of the Cappadocia region on the Turkey Tour. If you are seeking a charming escape, then it’s time to book your trip to Cappadocia, Turkey. Discover the picturesque landscape of Cappadocia with its remarkable cave churches troglodyte dwellings, and fairy chimneys. Go hiking on the Red valley and explore the fascinating underground city of Kaymakli.

Pamukkale | Bucket List Group Travel


Admire the ancient ruins at the site of Ephesus and go for a hot soak in Pamukkale’s thermal hot springs. Explore the soothing hot springs that cascade over the cliffs, and leave white deposit of calcium carbonate. Visit the nearby city of Hierapolis and take a dip in Cleopatra’s old pool. Check out the other tourist attractions in Pamukkale, including strange tombs, vast necropolis, and religious structures.

Kusadasi | Bucket List Group Travel


Enjoy a full day at leisure as much as you like in Kusadasi on the Turkey Tour. Explore the lively resort that has something to offer everyone. Have fun at the beaches and go shopping at the quaint stalls of Kusadasi. Relax and do different activities at Long beach, Ladies’ beach, Love beach, Silver sands beach. Explore the pigeon island known as bird island, the symbol of Kusadasi. Visit the fascinating museum in Byzantine castle or simply sit down and enjoy the panoramic view of Kusadasi.

Ephesus | Bucket List Group Travel


Explore the ancient city of Ephesus on the Turkey Tour and visit the temple of Hadrian that has been re-erected from surviving architectural fragments from the 4th century. Discover the Library of Celsus, which was the third richest library in ancient times. Take a walk on the Curetes street that runs between the library of Celsus and Hercules Gate. Don’t forget to visit the Memmius monument located on the north side of Domitian Square.

Troy | Bucket List Group Travel


Discover the ancient city of Troy that was rebuilt nine times on the Turkey Tour. View the famous archaeological discoveries at the Troy Museum and visit the wooden Trojan horse that symbolizes the town and the Trojan War. Spend a few hours at the massive Mount Ida, which is an excellent place for a few nights’ of relaxation at a mountain inn. Experience and do horse riding, mountain biking, and take nature walks and relax in the midst of natural beauty in the ancient Mouth, Ida.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Turkey Tour in the months of April, May, September, and October, where the climates are pleasantly warm and typically the best times to visit Turkey iconic ancient sites.

Travel Guide


Turkey is located in both western Asia in south eastern Europe. It is bordered by eight countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Iraq, and Syria.

Capital City

Ankara is the capital city of Turkey.

Main Airport

Istanbul Ataturk Airport is the most important airport in Turkey.

Language Spoken

The common ethnic language in Turkey is Turkish. So, learn a few Turkish words to get around during the Turkey Tour. Arabic and Yazaki have very few speakers in Turkey.


The currency of Turkey is the Turkish Lira.


The nationals Ecuador, Iran, Thailand, Qatar, Russia, Bolivia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, and Kosovo do not require Visa for the Turkey Tour.


The standard values vary between 220 volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for round prong European style plugs


The CDC and WHO recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Turkey tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial 155 for police, 112 for emergencies, 110 for the fire brigade, and 113 for the medical care.

FAQs about Turkey

What is internet access like in Turkey?

Wi-F internet access is pretty much available and usually free throughout Turkey.

Can I use my mobile phone in Turkey?

Buy one of the Turkish SIM cards Turkcell, Vodaphone, Avea sim card to make phone calls during the Turkey Tour.

How are the toilets like in Turkey?

There are western-style flush toilets and urinals all over Turkey. Carry toilet paper and soap for use on the trips.

Can I drink tap water in Turkey?

Tap water is unsafe for drinking in Turkey. Bottled water is preferred if you cannot be sure of the source of the water.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Turkey?

Turkey widely accepts credit and debit cards of significant companies, notably Visa and MasterCard, in most places, with American Express payment available in high-end hotels.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Turkey?

ATM centers are very common and are available even in the remotest corners of Turkey.

What to wear in Turkey?

Pack in your fancy clothes sleeved tops and skirts for women and short-sleeved shirts and long trousers for men.

Is Turkey safe for women to travel solo?

Turkey is quite safe for solo women travellers.