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March 2019

7 Capes Tour (7 Days)

Additional Dates: 31 March-6 April
This exciting trek follows the prettiest parts of Turkey’s first ever long-distance footpath – the Lycian Way. The route snakes its way over bare hillsides and through scented pine forests overlooking the blue Mediterranean. It dips down to wonderful hidden beaches where sparkling waves lap smooth sands. Nights are spent in tiny villages where grape vines wreathe the stone cottages. The trek ends at the impressive ruins of Patara, located near one of the finest and whitest beaches of Turkey.

April 2019

Seven Capes Tour (7 Days)

Additional Dates: 14-20 April, 21-27 April, 28 April-4 May
This exciting trek follows the prettiest parts of Turkey’s first ever long-distance footpath – the Lycian Way. The route snakes its way over bare hillsides and through scented pine forests overlooking the blue Mediterranean. It dips down to wonderful hidden beaches where sparkling waves lap smooth sands. Nights are spent in tiny villages where grape vines wreathe the stone cottages. The trek ends at the impressive ruins of Patara, located near one of the finest and whitest beaches of Turkey.

Pirates Coast Trek (8 Days)

Additional Dates: April 21-28, April 28-May 5
This challenging short trek follows the highest and most rugged section of Turkey’s first ever long-distance footpath – the Lycian Way. The route snakes its way above the Mediterranean’s most dramatic coastline of “the Land of Light” Lycia, to the limestone peaks of Mount Olympus, soaring high above the glittering sea. It descends through shady wooded valleys along a 4-km beach past the ruins of the Lycian city of Olympus. It finishes at the spectacular isolated lighthouse on the ridge of Cape Gelidonia.

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April 15, 2019 8:00 AM — April 28, 2019 5:00 PM
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Hike with us! – Sufi Trail

We are pleased that we can now offer an organized marking trip across the Sufi Trail. When: 15th till 28th April 2019 & 2 till 15 September 2019 (Musical journey) Where: Emirdağ – Konya Your luggage is conveniently transported, meals and lodging are taken care of and the journey is accompanied by a Turkish guide. The Sufi Trail leads through a beautiful light hilly terrain we start in Emirdağ what used to be nomads land. Nature is very varied and we…

May 2019

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May
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St. Paul’s Trail (10 Days)

This continuous trek starts from the ruins of Perge (East of Antalya) and follows parts of the eastern branch of the St. Paul Trail towards Antioch in Pisidia (Yalvaç), deep in the Taurus mountains. The trek allows you to immerse yourself in the way of life of the inhabitants of the old stone and timber villages along the route; you will see the local handcrafts, watch cheese and yoghurt making and enjoy the tasty village foods in the village houses where you stay.
We will visit the major Greek/Roman city of Perge and ascend to ancient Adada on foot following a Roman road. During the walks we will have many opportunities to look at bulbs and birds, and marvel at the magnificent mountain ranges and wide panoramas of the region. Our trail follows beautiful sections of Roman roads and migration routes in use since Roman times (and perhaps even walked by St. Paul himself) in this spectacular area of forests, canyons, rivers and peaks.

June 2019

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June
June 7, 2019 8:00 AM — June 21, 2019 5:00 PM
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Sufi on Bike

Biking in Turkey on the Sufi Trail The Sufi Trail is suitable for bikes. Bikepackers can cycle with mountain bikes on the hiking Trail or with trekking and city bikes on the asphalt roads. We have put a lot of effort into creating a low traffic route with historical sites and natural scenery. The Sufi bike Trail divers in some sections from the Sufi Hiking Trail. The distance is approximately 800 km and for an average cyclist, it will take two weeks…

September 2019

St. Paul’s Trail (10 Days)

This continuous trek starts from the ruins of Perge (East of Antalya) and follows parts of the eastern branch of the St. Paul Trail towards Antioch in Pisidia (Yalvaç), deep in the Taurus mountains. The trek allows you to immerse yourself in the way of life of the inhabitants of the old stone and timber villages along the route; you will see the local handcrafts, watch cheese and yoghurt making and enjoy the tasty village foods in the village houses where you stay.
We will visit the major Greek/Roman city of Perge and ascend to ancient Adada on foot following a Roman road. During the walks we will have many opportunities to look at bulbs and birds, and marvel at the magnificent mountain ranges and wide panoramas of the region. Our trail follows beautiful sections of Roman roads and migration routes in use since Roman times (and perhaps even walked by St. Paul himself) in this spectacular area of forests, canyons, rivers and peaks.

Seven Capes Tour (7 Day)

Additional Dates: 22-28 September
This exciting trek follows the prettiest parts of Turkey’s first ever long-distance footpath – the Lycian Way. The route snakes its way over bare hillsides and through scented pine forests overlooking the blue Mediterranean. It dips down to wonderful hidden beaches where sparkling waves lap smooth sands. Nights are spent in tiny villages where grape vines wreathe the stone cottages. The trek ends at the impressive ruins of Patara, located near one of the finest and whitest beaches of Turkey.

Pirates Coast Trek (8 Days)

This challenging short trek follows the highest and most rugged section of Turkey’s first ever long-distance footpath – the Lycian Way. The route snakes its way above the Mediterranean’s most dramatic coastline of “the Land of Light” Lycia, to the limestone peaks of Mount Olympus, soaring high above the glittering sea. It descends through shady wooded valleys along a 4-km beach past the ruins of the Lycian city of Olympus. It finishes at the spectacular isolated lighthouse on the ridge of Cape Gelidonia.

October 2019

Pirates Coast Trek (8 Days)

This challenging short trek follows the highest and most rugged section of Turkey’s first ever long-distance footpath – the Lycian Way. The route snakes its way above the Mediterranean’s most dramatic coastline of “the Land of Light” Lycia, to the limestone peaks of Mount Olympus, soaring high above the glittering sea. It descends through shady wooded valleys along a 4-km beach past the ruins of the Lycian city of Olympus. It finishes at the spectacular isolated lighthouse on the ridge of Cape Gelidonia.

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