Diving is an opportunity to learn the sea life of a country. This is one of the most popular activities in the region, enjoying the the warm, crystal clear waters of Didim. Before you make the first dive, you will be briefed about the technical details of diving in the waters of Didim. You will easily learn how to make use of your underwater diving gear and explore some the amazing coral reef pattern and its exotic colorful fish. It’s an amazing experience that you must see to believe.
If an action packed adrenaline filled adventure sounds like your style, then a jeep safari may just be the thing for you. The jeep safari gives you the opportunity to explore the areas surrounding Didim that you wouldn’t normally see. The excursion lasts for a whole day driving through mountains and lakes all day long. The safari guarantees endless fun with water fights between the rival jeeps and stopping off to cool down in the waterfalls.
A Turkish Baths ritual is a journey of heating, cooling and cleansing the body, promoting a sense of relaxation and a clear mind. This experience is unique only to Turkey, hence the name ‘Turkish-Bath’ or ‘Hamam’. Allow yourself to be pampered as one of the professional masseurs give you a soothing soap massage from head to toe. Your body will feel revived.
HAMAM- TURKISH BATH TOUR
Take a wonderful ride on horseback through peaceful forests and magnificent scenery on this unique Horse Safari tour in Didim. Once you are saddled up you will take a leisurely trek on horseback through the forests and mountain roads heading to the beach. On the beach gallop along the beautiful deserted sands get the wonderful opportunity to swim bareback in the sea with your horse. Whether you are a first time rider or experienced rider, it doesn’t matter – The Horse Safari offers something for everyone.
Take a walk back in time through the streets of Ephesus and see the most magnificent excavations in the world. Once upon a time Ephesus was the commercial centre of the Ancient World, now it is one of the largest archaeological sites in Turkey.
Here you will see ruins from the Ionian, Lydian, Persian, Hellenistic and Byzantine civilizations. See the Odeon, The Fountain of Trajan, the stream baths of Scholastic, the Temple of Hadrian and the impressive Library of Ephesus. The library is adorned with columns and statues.
The Grand Theatre, where St Paul preached, is the largest theatre is antiquity with capacity of 24.000 seats. One of the most splendid sights is the ‘Temple of the Goddess Artemis’ built in honor of the Greek Goddess of hunting, wild nature and fertility. The temple was considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
This is probably one of most beautiful trips in the world. Visiting secluded, unspoiled bays of the Aegean sea. Relax, sunbathing on the deck and swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Aegean. It is a great chance to have fun and take a lot of memorable picturesque photos of this beautiful part of the world.
DAILY BOAT TOUR
Sirince is a village in Selcuk. It was settled in the 15th century after Ephesus was abandoned. Today, it is a village where you can discover typical Turkish village life and houses. Sirince is surrounded by olive groves, tangerine, fig gardens and wine yards. Sirince Village where has a classical Turkish village life; famous with wine houses, olive oils, handcrafts, organic vegetables and fruits. The village has synthesis of Turkish-Greek culture. All the narrow streets of the village belong to the women, selling handcrafts of all kinds.
Kusadasi is a shopper’s paradise with an endless range of shops and bazaars. The Grand Bazaar in Kusadasi is one of Turkey’s largest shopping treasure troves and a pleasure to explore.
SIRINCE & KUSADASI BAZAAR
Get ready for this unforgettable experience… These intelligent gentle creatures are here to entertain you and your family with their spectacular shows. You have the opportunity to meet these wonderful mammals, touch them, feel them and swim with them. Let your dreams come true…
Pamukkale means ‘Cotton Castle’ in Turkish. It gets the name from the lovely travertines that flow down the hillside from the hot springs, leaving behind a soft white snow of calcium carbonate and bisodium carbonate.
Pamukkale, Hieropolis has a history which dates back to 10 thousand years before. As it was believed that the thermal water flows here cures the diseases it had been an important city of health, religious and art for centuries. It is known that Hieropolis was built in 190 B.C. by Bergamon King Eumenes II, and named after his wife Hiera.
Land of Sun and Sea Didim also known as ‘Didyma the Land of Prophecies’ Altınkum the ‘Golden Sand’ beaches of Aegean Sea, the “Temple of Apollo” which is one of the most important temples of the Ancient Age in Anatolia. Here was a natural spring where the beautiful Leto is supposed to have spent an hour of love with Zeus, then giving birth to the twins Artemis and Apollo (Didymoi in Greek). This is the most important oracle site in Asia Minor, its pronouncements to Croesus, Alexander the Great and other great kings altered the course of human history.
Didim’s coves where the most beautiful tones of green and blue meet. You will visit The Didim Markets, they are open on Saturdays and sell almost everything you could ask for from here you will continue to Didyma's Temple of Apollo with its very well-known oracles was one of the most sacred places of antiquity.
CITY DAY TOUR
DALYAN TURTLE BEACH TOUR