Jeep Safari

Sunday, September 28th, 2008

Sitting in the morning traffic on your way to work, running late again , your stress level rising like the pollution from the exhaust fumes, you ask yourself, “is this what life is all about?”.

You begin to fantasise about your forthcoming holiday to Turkey and wish you were already there… Imagine you are wearing your oldest clothes, scarf tied around your head like a pirate with your sunglasses to the ready.

You set off in convoy, being driven by your “guide”, into the hinterlands of your resort.You drive you could lead through refreshingly cool, tall, green forests or across peninsulas with sea on either side and where nature is only an arm’s length away.You immerse yourself in the stunning views from mountain lookouts and wonder in amazement at the crystal clear blue azure sea and rugged coastline.
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Dalyan Caunos – Turtle Beach

Friday, August 8th, 2008

With Marmaris Dalyan Caunos Trip you can also see Caretta Caretta Turtels, Have Mud Bath, Visit King Tomps and Swim on Very Long sandy beach.

Mud Baths… King Tombs…. Caretta Caretta’s… 10 Miles Beach….

You may have heard the names of Dalyan and Caunos again and again as a definite ‘must see’ and if nothing else the 7km sandy beach worth the trip.

Dalyan and Caunos are on the southwestern coast of Turkey. They are set in the center of an un-spoilt broad delta. The area is environmentally protected. This is one of the few surviving places of paradise, an area of natural beauty and historical interest.

When you travel to Dalyan Turtel Beach by bus from Marmaris; the scenery is superb with -high rock faces covered with pine forests and little real Turkish villages. If you choose boat transportation you will also see, rock mountains interspersed with small inlets where two or three small boats are tethered and all around deep turquoise water as far as the eye could see. If you don’t like rough waters and prefer professional guidance, chose buses as you transportation.
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