Inca Trail

... back from South America, and what a fantastic time we have had! All our guides were wonderful and the food and hotels terrific. We survived the trek to Macchu Pichu it was probably one of the hardest things we have ever done but well worth the experience.

Sue Jones | Busselton, WA
 
 

Lycian Coast Cycle & Boat

There are few coastlines which offer the appealing combination of sublime landscapes, rich cultural history and legacies from ancient civilisations found on Turkey's Lycian Coast. We spend a week discovering the coastline and backcountry between Marmaris and Fethiye with our two-masted motor yacht. Our charming and stylish vessel is built to the highest of standards. Accompanied by our guide you will discover the unique natural wonders and historical cities which grace the area. Admire the famous tombs of Dalyan, which were cut into the cliffs between 4 and 2 BC by the Lycian coastal inhabitants, and the spectacular Saklikent Canyon. Spend your evenings relaxing on board in the deserted bays or make the most of the nightlife in the port cities and their many cafes and bars.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Dalaman airport, transfer to Marmaris and board boat
DAY 2 Morning cruise then cycle to the quiet bay of Sarsala (35km)
DAY 3 Cruise to Gemiler, cycle to the abandoned Greek town of Kayakoy, and on to Fethiye (32km)
DAY 4 Cycle to Kemer via the Sakklikent Canyon, afternoon cruise to Göcek (40km)
DAY 5 Cycle over a high pass to Dalyan, see the Lycian tombs and the Dalyan Delta (40km)
DAY 6 Visit the ancient city of Kaunos and cycle to Ekincik (32km)
DAY 7 By boat to the Bozborun peninsula, cycle to Marmaris (55km)
DAY 8 Trip concludes in Marmaris

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Trip Code: LCC
Trip Grading: Moderate
Duration:  8 days
Activities:  Cycling
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Next Trip:  18 April 2015
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price: $2,020.00 USD

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