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Turkey is well-known for a variety of both oriental and European aspects, including the magnificent Hagia Sophia and traditional Turkish tea. Additionally well-known are its carpets, hammams, bazaars, travel hotspots like Cappadocia and Istanbul, and sweets like baklava and Turkish delight.


    Istanbul (1 Night)

    In accordance with the scheduled aircraft departure time, passengers on the "Mumbai to Mumbai Tour" are required to check in at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai and then proceed to Istanbul, a significant Turkish city that connects Europe and Asia across the Bosphorus Strait. Global Duniya Tour Manager will assist all visitors with airport formalities upon arrival before leading them into the city.

    Istanbul – Troy – Izmir (1 Night)

    Today we visit the statue of the Trojan Horse, a huge hollow wooden horse the Greeks built to enter Troy during the Trojan War. We then travel to Izmir, a Greek-founded, Roman-occupied, and Alexander the Great-rebuilt city on Turkey's Aegean coast.

    Izmir – Sirince – Pamukkale (2 Nights)

    We stop for pictures at Konak Square's famous clock tower, the Izmir Clock Tower, this morning. The next stop is Sirince, a community well-known for its fruit wines and native grapes. When you arrive, take a stroll through this lovely village to learn about daily life in a genuine Turkish village. Additionally, we have the chance to sample unique wines produced with melon, blueberry, apple, peach, and a variety of other flavours here. We next go to Textile Outlet, which is one of Turkey's most significant economic sectors in terms of GDP, exports, and jobs. We travel to Pamukkale in the evening, which is well-known for its mineral-rich thermal waters that cascade down white travertine terraces on a nearby hillside.

    Pamukkale – Ephesus – Pamukkale

    One of the most popular tourist destinations in Turkey, the lovely snow-white "Cotton Castle," is where we go today. Pamukkale translates to "cotton castle" in Turkish. It has travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water, as well as hot springs. The ancient city of Hierapolis, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is situated in the River Menderes valley in the Inner Aegean area of Turkey. Hierapolis is another name for the sacred city. We go to the theatre, which is a masterpiece. In the afternoon, we go to Ephesus, the birthplace of early Christianity and again another UNESCO World Heritage site.When we arrive, we visit the Great Theatre, the most impressive building in the ancient city of Ephesus. Temple of Hadrian, which was built in honour of the Emperor Hadrian, who visited the city from Athens in 128 A.D. Library of Celsus, which was built in 117 A.D. and is one of the few surviving examples of a library from the Roman Empire, was constructed in the Hellenistic period during the third century BC and took 60 years to complete.

    Pamukkale – Antalya (1 Night)

    Today, we travel to Antalya, a Turkish vacation town with beaches bordered by enormous hotels and an Old Harbor crowded with yachts. Upon arrival, we take a stroll around Old Town (Kaleici), a confusing neighbourhood ideal for soaking up the plain, ancient atmosphere. We go go to Perge, an impressive historic city that Alexander the Great invaded. We stop by the Roman Bath, the Theater, and the Stadium here. The following day, we travel to Konyaalti Beach.

    Antalya – Cappadocia (2 Nights)

    We travel to Cappadocia today, which is renowned for its moonlike terrain, underground cities, cave churches, and dwellings built into the rocks. We take in the whirling dervish show upon arrival, which is a representation of Turkish history, tradition, culture, and beliefs.


    Today, we explore the city of Cappadocia and some of its well-known valleys, including Devrent Valley, sometimes referred to as Imagination Valley. Humans have never lived there. There are no ancient castles or rock-hewn cathedrals, nor troglodyte tunnels or pigeon houses. Instead, Pasabag Valley, also known as Monk Valley, is what attracts tourists to Devrent Valley because of its amazing pink-hued rock formations and unusual geology.Up to 3,500 people, according to estimates, previously resided here. In the evening, we go to the Ceramic Workshop, which is well-known for its pottery, trinkets, and home goods fashioned from the red clay of the Avanos River.

    Cappadocia – Eskisehir (1 Night)

    Today we travel to Eskisehir, which name in Turkish literally translates to "Old City." We reach Sazova Park, a lush oasis in the middle of the city, after walking through Odunpazari, which in Turkish means "wood market" and was the city's first residential district. We take a gondola ride down the Porsuk River in the evening.

    Eskisehir – Istanbul (2 Nights)

    Today, we travel to Istanbul, a significant Turkish metropolis that sits on the border of Europe and Asia, separated by the Bosphorus Strait. We start off with a Turkish supper and performance.


    Today we travel to Istanbul, where we see the Blue Mosque, Sultan Ahmet Tsami, the largest and oldest mosque in the city, and Topkapi Palace, the brain, heart, and centre of the Ottoman Empire. The inner walls of the Hagia Sofia Museum, which was originally the Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal cathedral, subsequently became an Ottoman imperial mosque, and is now a museum, are covered in blue tiles, earning the mosque the nickname "Blue Mosque."Then, we take part in the most picturesque voyage along the naturally occurring canal known as the Bosphorous Strait. It is a portion of the continental divide separating Europe from Asia. Later, we visit Grand Bazaar, one of the world's biggest and oldest covered markets. Famous Turkish tea flavours, Turkish ceramics, carpets, and clothing may all be purchased here.

    Istanbul – Departure

    Now is the time to part ways!
    Let's stay in touch by email, phone, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Instagram and then re-connect on another unforgettable journey. All of you, bye!
    The guests of the Mumbai to Mumbai Tour will travel to Istanbul Airport at the time of the planned departure of the group aircraft and begin their return journey to their homes.
    Tour is over now.


11 Days 10 Nights

Departure Details

Flight, Hotel and Cruise Pickup is included

This includes all locations from Vancouver, Richmond, North Vancouver and Burnaby.

Our Tour guide will contact you before the 24 hours of departure to confirm pick up location and time for day trips. In the case of multi-day trips, we will contact you 48 hours before departure.


  • All Meals: Morning tea or coffee, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or coffee with cookies or other snacks, dinner, and one 1-liter water bottle per person every day.
  • As specified in the schedule, passengers on the "Mumbai to Mumbai Tour" will fly in economy class to and from each destination.
  • Baggage allowance in accordance with airline regulations
  • Entrance fees for all externally accessible sightseeing locations
  • Flights, airport fees, and visa costs
  • throughout the tour, tour manager services
  • Tips for drivers and guides, hotels, and restaurants
  • Travel by comfortable A/C coach as per the tour itinerary


  • Any additional expenses incurred as a result of an illness, injury, hospitalisation, or other personal emergency
  • any improvement in the airline, vehicle, hotel, or room category
  • Government Tax of 5% in addition to the Tour Cost
  • In and out airfare, airport transportation, and visa costs for joining and departing guests
  • Personal costs such as porterage, laundry, telephone, shopping, alcoholic beverages, additional mineral water, or meals not included in the group's predetermined menu
  • The price of pre- and post-tour hotel lodging
  • Things not mentioned in itinerary
  • Whatever is specified excluded from the "tour price includes" column

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. To find our terms and condition policy, click here.

Covid-19 Safety Information

What to expect during your visit
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised
  • Contactless payment for gratuities and add-ons
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Face masks provided for travellers

Additional Details

  • Most travellers can participate
  • Inftants have their own seats
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate.
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • Near public transportation
  • Need help booking? Contact us at: 7785921822

Customizied Enquiry

Looking to add something specific to this tour, or wanted to depart at a different time. Contact us to send a customizied query


Best Trip Ever


Amazing and Nothing to complain

Before the trip, they stay in touch and interact with you to help you feel connected. We were picked up for the journey, flown admirably over the many monuments, and then dropped off at the hotel. People who are upset when the balloon ride is cancelled due to bad weather and there is little anyone can do about it are the ones who make the complaints you see. Since this activity required travel from other cities, lodging, transportation costs, etc., it is understandable that people would be frustrated if it had to be cancelled. But our experience was pleasant.

An Experience to Remember

I enjoy looking at the fairy chimneys from a great height. The flight crew helped everyone exit the basket safely and made sure we landed safely. I advise everyone to have this experience.

Gulfs was an amazing tour guide

Amazing tour guide Gulfs was. She was incredibly helpful and possessed a wealth of knowledge about the places we visited. Grandma was with me, and she was really patient and helpful in assisting me in locating a wheelchair rental so that she could navigate around the Sultanahmet neighbourhood. Best tour guide I've ever had; I'd absolutely use them again.

Wonderful experience in Istanbul

We were visiting Istanbul for the first time, and we had a great time. Lovely and extremely educated, our tour guide. She began by taking us on a boat trip of the Bosporus, which was followed by stops at a number of significant historical locations. When she brought us shopping, Gulge was really accommodating and flexible with her schedule, and she even knew of some off-the-beaten-path shopping locations:)

Amazing tour guide, great experience

a top-notch tour leader who is knowledgeable about activities for cruisers. We were able to start the day early because our cruise ship docked early! He had excellent facts and information about all the locations. He was incredibly cordial. had a fantastic meal in a nice place. I'd heartily advise people to take this tour.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use my mobile phone in turkey?

Along with domestic GSM providers like Turkcell, Turktelekom, and Vodafone, a large number of international GSM providers offer coverage in Turkey. You can either get a new SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card from local carriers in Turkey or ask your GSM operator to activate the international roaming feature of your mobile phone before travelling to Turkey.

Can I only check a certain number of free baggage at once?

You are allowed to check up to 20 kilogrammes of luggage for international flights, but only 15 kilogrammes for domestic flights. There are severe baggage regulations that must be followed by every aeroplane. If you have any queries about carry-on or checked bags, kindly contact your airline.

Is internet widely available?

In Turkey, the majority of hotels provide internet access that is available to guests. You can get the password at reception. Before using something, you should always make sure there isn't a charge. Otherwise, there are internet cafés in the majority of populated cities and towns.

Is alcohol available in Istanbul?

Yes. Despite the fact that Muslims make up the majority of Turks, alcohol is widely accessible in Istanbul. Along with beer and wine, of which there are several regional brands, raki, the national beverage, is particularly well-liked. A seemingly endless supply of bars, nightclubs, and restaurants make Istanbul home to some of the best nightlife in all of Europe.

How should I dress in Istanbul?

Turkish fashion is typically westernised, while modesty is less common in Istanbul (nightclubs along the Bosphorus are more of an exception). Turkey is accepting of different cultures and religions because it is a secular state. Except when attending a mosque, where head scarves are typically available for loan, female visitors are not expected to wear one. Shorts are often reserved for the beach and are not frequently seen in urban areas. Men must wear long pants or knee-length shorts when entering a mosque. Travelers are only required to wear face masks when in a moving vehicle, however it is recommended that they be worn constantly in public areas.

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