Few would argue that Turkiye’s strategic location has placed it at the very nexus of civilisations for centuries. An expansive country encompassing the ancient, the modern and all that lies in between, it is home to one of the most illustrious empires ever to have existed. The heritage of Turkiye is so rich and varied that it is difficult to fully experience it through one short trip alone. We have therefore carved out a number of regional itineraries focusing on Istanbul and Bursa in the north, Central and Western Anatolia, and the coastal areas of the south.
In our upcoming trip we embark on a captivating journey through Central Turkiye – a region blessed with dramatic terrain, quaint villages, underground caverns, and centuries old mosques. We begin by passing through the otherworldly landscapes of Cappadocia before visiting the spiritually uplifting mosques of Jalāluddīn Rūmi and Alā’uddīn Kaykubād in Konya. The tour is concluded in Pamukkale, famous for its thermal pools and the Romans ruins of Hierapolis.
Whether you have visited Turkey previously or it’s your first time, this specially curated tour promises to introduce you to parts of the country that you may not have known about.