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The Adventure Company offers over 250 activity holidays to many destinations spanning every continent. We have many perfect destinations for your adventure travel, whatever your needs
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- Trekking Holidays – peaks & summits
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- Astronomy Tours – eclipses & stargazing
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- School Trips - exciting school trips abroad
- Northern Lights Tours - aurora borealis
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We’ve developed a range of dedicated solo holidays & solo travel packages; exclusively for people booking on their own. Around 40% of all our passengers are solo travellers.
Adventure holidays in Turkey
People going on Turkey holidays will find themselves in a unique and memorable country that bridges the divide between Europe and Asia. There are a host of different things for travellers to experience in this beguiling nation, from Turkey trekking holiday experiences in the Taurus Mountains and walking holidays in the Cappadocia region to night snorkelling in the Mediterranean waters off the coast of the beautiful town of Kas.
One of the first places many people will want to visit on a holiday in Turkey is the historic city of Istanbul. It is a haven for bargain hunters looking to pick up some distinctive items, with the Kapali Carsi – or the Covered Bazaar – in the old city hosting more than 4,000 shops in a labyrinth of streets and passages. Istanbul is also buzzing in the evenings, with the Ortakoy area offering fine seafood restaurants, bars and jazz clubs in which to soak up the atmosphere of life in Turkey.
For those seeking a hands on adventure during their Turkey holidays, the Turquoise Coast may be the place to head. It is packed with beautiful beaches and plenty of opportunities for travellers to try out a wide variety of water-based activity holidays, such as sea kayaking and diving. There are also many historical landmarks in the area, like the Patara amphitheatre, which was constructed around the 2nd Century BC to hold 10,000 people. Turkey is also packed full of natural wonders for visitors to marvel at. The country has 40 national parks, with pristine coastlines, waterfalls, forests, mountains and canyons all awaiting those who go on holidays to Turkey. In the rugged terrain in the east of the country, Mount Ararat towers over the landscape as the source of both the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. But wherever travellers decide to visit in this fascinating country, they are sure to be in for a memorable experience during their holidays in Turkey.
Family Holidays in Turkey
Turkey has a family activity holidays to suit children of almost any age. Children who visit the Turquoise Coast will love telling their friends about a trip in a glass-bottomed boat to see the sunken city of Kekova at first hand, as well as taking a safari through the hills above Kas. Meanwhile, teenagers who are keen on making the most of being based close to the Mediterranean will love the chance to try out snorkelling, sea kayaking and scuba diving. As a family specialist operator, we also offer single parent holidays so you don’t need to worry about single supplements.
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