Cheapest Customized Turkey Family Holiday Tour Packages from India

Transcontinental Turkey is a mesmerizing country to visit for its blend of cultures influenced by European, Asian and Middle Eastern traditions. From the postcard-perfect beaches and monuments to the Instagram worthy hot-air balloon rides and hiking trails, Turkey presents a plethora of experiences.

Turkey’s rich history and heritage are reflected in its hospitality as much as in their ancient sites. Turkey is home to 16 UNESCO sites and one of the best ways to experience Islamic culture.

If you’ve been searching for Turkey tour packages, then you’ve come to the right place. We are often asked how safe Turkey is for travelers. The answer is as safe as you need it to be. Turkey has seen its ups and downs a few years ago, but the real picture of Turkey is quite different for travelers than what you see on the news. Moreover, our Turkey holiday packages from India are focused on you having a safe and relaxed holiday.

Highlights of our Cheapest Turkey Tour Packages from India

  1. Expert suggestion and customization of your Turkey tour packages from India based on your preferences
    2. Experience both the Asian and European sides of Istanbul
    3. Indulge yourself in Turkish culture with handpicked tours
    4. Enjoy Turkish delicacies with guided food tours
    5. Immerse yourself in Turkey’s rich history on your visit to ancient sites and monuments
    6. Experience adventure activities like – Trekking, Paragliding, River-rafting and more

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Day 1 & Day 2:

On day one of your Turkey family tour packages, you will arrive in Istanbul by 12 noon. A private cab will be arranged for you to take you to your hotel. Once you reach, unwind, have lunch and retire for the afternoon. In the evening, you will get your first taste of Turkish culture on your Sunset Cruise on the Bosphorus, with live music and dance performances coupled with food and drinks. On day two, you will have a full day combined guided tour of Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque and the Grand Bazaar.

Day 3 & Day 4:

On day three of your Turkey holiday package from India, you will fly out of Istanbul and reach Cappadocia. You will reach by noon and the day is at your leisure. Make sure to get plenty of rest as you will have an early morning tour the next day. The day four of your Turkey customized tour package will be the most memorable. Your private vehicle will take you to the spot where a majestic 1-hour Hot-Air Balloon ride, followed by a gourmet lunch will be waiting for you. On the balloon ride, you will witness the beautiful landscape and the Fairy Chimneys.

Day 5 & Day 6:

On the fifth day of your Turkey tour package, you will move to Pamukkale. Your personal vehicle will be arranged for the trips to and from the airports. The first day of Pamukkale will be at leisure for self-exploration. On the sixth and final day of your Turkey family tour packages, you will visit the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis and the Calcium Travertines of Pamukkale. You can walk across and even take a dip in the mineral-rich water here. This will truly be an Instagram-worthy day of your trip.

Day 7:

On the seventh day of your Turkey tour package from India, it is time to return back home. Your cab will pick you up from the hotel and transfer you to the airport. Board your flight and return home safely.

What are some of the best attractions in Turkey?

Even if you’re in search of the cheapest Turkey packages from India, make sure to include some, if not all the attractions listed below.

  1. Visit to Hagia Sophia

Located in Istanbul, this magnificent structure was built as a church under Roman rule. Over the next few centuries and changes in regime, this building was turned into a mosque and eventually into a museum in 1935. It is grand from the outside, but when you’re inside you will see a bizzare yet beautiful mix of Christian and Islamic motifs.

  1. Sunset Cruise on Bosphorus with Traditional Music and Dance Show

Enjoy a memorable evening of cruising along the river Bosphorus, and admire the spectacular view of the illuminated city of Istanbul and its many palaces and mosques. The cruise will be accompanied by a multi-course traditional Turkish meal and live traditional Turkish music and dance performances.

  1. Hot-Air Balloon Ride in Cappadocia

Probably the most popular activity on every tourists bucket-list. Reach the lunar landscape of Goreme early in the morning and take a ride on a hot-air balloon over the psychedelic rock formations and the famous Fairy Chimneys.

  1. Visit to Derinkuyu Underground City

Derinkuyu Underground Cityis the deepest among the 36 underground cities in GoremeThis underground city had its own residences, schools, wineries, stables, cellars, storage rooms and an ingenious ventilation system. These underground cities were built as protection against the invaders. On your visit, you will be stunned by the workmanship it took to by the intricate and extensive network of passages and tunnels where people used to live, work and worship together.

  1. Take a dip in the Calcium Travertines of Pamukkale

Beneath the ground in Pammukale there is a massive source of water being constantly heated by volcanic lava. The warm water mixed with pure calcium has been spewing out of the ground for centuries. Once the water comes in contact with the cool air on the surface, the calcium solidifies and forms the snow-white terraces that we call travertines. The most popular and most photographed site in Turkey, this place is visited by millions each year not just for the photos, but as it is believed that the water here has medicinal properties.

  1. Visit the Ruins of Hierapolis

‘Hierapolis’ meaning “Sacred City” is an ancient ruined city in Turkey believed by the ancient inhabitants to founded by the God Apollo. The top attraction in the city is its theatre that could up to 15000 people. Although most people visit just to see the magnificent Hierapolis Theatre, there is much more to see. For example, the Necropolis of Hierapolis (cemetery) is beautifully built resting place for those who came here to heal but met their end in this city. You may also want to see the Roman Gate to Hell, a sealed cave from which toxic fumes seem to emerge, believed to be the passageway to the underworld.

  1. Sleep in a Cave Hotel in Goreme

If you enjoy unique places to live in, you will love it here. Some of the best cave hotels in Turkey are found here in Goreme. But don’t imagine the cave hotels to be cramped or dark, like a cave infested with bats. The cave hotels are carved out of hills, and even though they have cavernous atmosphere, you will find them to be clean, well-maintained and full of modern amenities.

What you should know before your Turkey Holiday Trip from India

When is the best time to visit Turkey for a family tour?

The best time to visit Turkey depends on which destinations within Turkey you’re planning to visit. The months of April, May, September and October have a soothing temperature best for exploring Turkey and its historic sites scattered across many cities.

The summer months (June to early September) is best for visiting the beach side locations in Turkey if you’re looking for a relaxed holiday.

What should be your daily budget during Turkey customized tour packages?

Your daily per person budget (mid-range) for everything including food, lodging, site visits and travel will be around INR 3000.

How to get a Turkey Visa from India?

The best way to get your Turkey visa approved if to get your documents prepared through visa agencies. If you wish to complete the process on your own, you have to fill and submit an online form to the Turkish Embassy which will be followed by an interview where you have to present your documents (valid passport, bank statements, resident proof, etc.). For more information please visit – http://newdelhi.emb.mfa.gov.tr/Mission/ShowAnnouncement/339693.

What is the currency of Turkey?

The currency of Turkey is Turkish Lira. 1 Turkish Lira is equal to 11 Indian Rupees (approx.). You can get your currency exchanged in India, or from one of the currency exchange counters at the airport when you arrive.

What is the mode of transportation between Turkish cities?

The best mode of transport (but expensive) between Turkish cities are planes. However, if you enjoy road trips, then the most popular transport among locals are buses. Within the cities, you can easily get taxis, trams or minibuses.

What you should pack for Turkey Holiday Packages from India?

Nothing special. But remember two things – the climate is hot and it is an Islamic country. Pack light cotton clothes and umbrellas to avoid the heat. And carry clothes and footwear that cover your body and feet for those days when you’ll be visiting religious or cultural sites (that will be most days, considering it’s Turkey).

Want to know more about Turkey or wish to plan your next trip to Turkey? Check our curated packages for some of cheapest Turkey tour packages from India. Or give us a call and allow us to tailor a unique travel experience to match your requirements.

 

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