6 Day Anzac & Kusadasi Tours

6 Day Anzac & Kusadasi Tours: If you are coming from Greece or you have a plan to travel around Turkey before Anzac Commomeration Day this tour might be perfect you and you group. This tour starts from Kusadasi and finishes in Istanbul after Anzac Day Commomeration. You will have a chance to visit this cities while attending 6 Day Anzac Day Tours Kusadasi: Kusadasi – Selcuk – Ephesus – Sirince – Bergama – Edremit – Troy -Gallipoli – Istanbul.


6 Day Anzac & Kusadasi Tours – Great Value for Money!

Transportation in a fully Air-Conditioned, Non-Smoking new model Luxury Coach,
Fluent English speaking professional tour guide for the duration of the tour,
Anzac Day 2023 – Commemorative T-Shirt
A range of Gallipoli documentaries & movies to watch during bus journeys,
Early Arrival at Anzac Cove on the 24th April
Anzac Day memorial services at Gallipoli,
Accommodation as per itinerary in 3 & 4 star hotels,
We have Turkish, Australian and New Zealand staff who have good knowledge of Gallipoli and Turkey,
Private Security,
No camping! No hidden extra costs. Don’t wake up to Nightmares,
We have been running Anzac tours for many years and know what Anzac day in Gallipoli is about.

Once you arrive in Kusadasi you will reach your hotel own by own. But if you are coming to Izmir airport we can arrange you airport service (exclude). We will provide your accomodation information before your arrival flight. Once you check in to your hotel, rest of the day will be yours to relax. If you want you can get aromatic massage in Turkish bath (excluded) we can arrange best place and expert hands for you.

Overnight: Kusadasi

Meals: Dinner

Day Two: Tuesday 22nd April – Visit to Ephesus Ruins & Village of Sirince 

Today you will have big opportunity to visit one of the famous ruins in the world “Ephesus”. Ephesus ruins, Odeon, Temple of Artemis, Celcus Library, Theatetre, Sirince Village are the places you will visit today. Sirince village is famous with their traditional Turkish houses and wine. After visit this places we will stop near Selcuk for shopping facilities and textile factory which this production is very famous in this region.

Overnight: Kusadasi

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day Three: Wednesday 23rd April – Kusadasi to Edremit via Bergama

Today we will say goodbye to Kusadasi. After breakfast your tour guide and coach waiting you to arrive Bergama. Today your eyes will see one of the oldest Ancient Medical Center in the world “Asclepion”. After your tour guide’s presantation on this region you will have a break for lunch. Then you will on the road to arrive Edremit. Once you arrived to Edremit you will check in the hotel. Rest of the day will be yours for relaxing.

Overnight: Edremit

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day Four: Troy & Gallipoli Tour – Dawn Service

After breakfast you will travel to the ancient city of Troy, one of the famous archaeological and mythological site all around the world which is home of the “Trojan Horse” and “Helen of Troy”. We will then make our way via Canakkale and cross the Dardenelles by ferry to the Gallipoli Peninsula. You will then head to Anzac Cove to get a good spot for the Dawn Service which starts early the following morning.

Overnight: Anzac Cove

Meals: Breakfast

Day Five:  ANZAC Day (Gallipoli to Istanbul)

You will be have unextordinary morning with Dawn Service at Anzac Cove. It will be so meaningful morning for you. After completing Dawn Service you will be on the road for Lone Pine and Chunuk Bair which they are Australian and New Zealand memorial area. Today you will feel your emotion so high. After visiting those areas you will be on the for go back to Istanbul. We will be there late evening.

Overnight: Istanbul

Day Six: The end of the tour

Today is the day where our short but so meaningful journey’s end. You will leave this country with great memories and new friends. If you want transfer service to airport let us know earlier as soon as possible.

Meals: Breakfast

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Accommodation: 2 X Night Kusadasi (3/4 Star) 1 X Night Edremit (4 Star) 1 X Night Anzac Cove, 1 X Night Istanbul (3/4 Star),
Meals: 4 X Breakfasts, 3 X Dinners
Transport: Air Conditioned (Non Smoking) Coach
Professional English speaking Guide
Ephesus Tour (including Sirince Village and Temple of Artemis)
Pergamon Tour
Troy Tour
Gallipoli Tour
Anzac Day Memorial Services

Meals unless stated
Airport/Hotel/Port Transfers
Flight Tickets
Personal Expenses
Tips for Guides and Drivers

All Entrance Fees

Question: My friends have already booked for 2023 Anzac Day Tours with you and I would now like to be with them. Is this possible?

Answer: If you provide your demand as soon as possible then we will do our best to accommodate you. However if you make a booking close to Anzac Day then we may have already allocated hotels and bus groups. Once again we will do our best to accommodate you but we cannot make any promises but please ask so we can check it out for you.

Question: Do the prices quoted include Entrance Fees to sites visited and is their any local payment component for these tours?
Answer: There is no local payment that needs to be paid unless outlined in the itineraries.
Question: What time do I need to arrive on the starting day of my tour?

Answer: Except “2 Day Anzac Day Tour” all of our tours’ first day arrival day and its for relaxing from your tiredful flight.
Q. I am booked your 2 Day Anzac Tour and want to know where the pick up and drop off points are in Istanbul.
A. The 2 Day Anzac Tour starts on the 24th April and all customers will informed about meeting time and exact point before their flight therefore you don’t need to worry about it.
Q: I am travelling alone and was wondering if you have many people who travel alone on your tours? Also what are my options for accommodation?
A: Every year we have many guest (both male and female) travel alone on our Anzac Day tours and it is a great way to meet new people. If you want you can stay single room but it will cost extra but if its not problem to share your room (same gender) it will be lower rate.Please note that this is subject to availability.
Q. How many people will be on my tour?
A. It depends on the number of people on your particular tour but a group will be no larger than 40 people.
Q: Which currency do I need for Turkey and do I need to Exchange Money before leaving home?
A. The most common currency in Turkey is the TL (Turkish Lira) although other currencies are accepted in some shops and restaurants. We recommend for ease that you use the local currency when paying in cash but you can purchase many things on credit cards also. We advise all our passengers to carry some cash on them at all times for small purchases and paying for public toilets etc. You may like to check with your bank before leaving home if your card is ready for international use.
Q. Do we need to give our guides and driver a tip at the end of the tour?
A. Tipping isn’t included to tour payment but its a big part of life in Turkey and the cost of your tour does not include any tips or displays of gratitude towards guides and coach drivers. If you have enjoyed your tour and the efforts of these people then please feel free to give them a tip. The amount is entirely up to you and usually one person will collect these on behalf of the people in your group.
Q. I want airport transfer service can you arrange for me?
A. If you let us know earlier your request we will happy to help you about your arrival and departure transfer services. 1-4 people one way service price is 75$ and 4-8 people is 100$.
Q. How to prepare to attend Anzac Day Commomeration?
* Wet weather jacket and pants
* Warm blanket
* Comfortable, sturdy walking shoes
* Warm, thermal clothing, jacket, beanie, hat or cap, gloves, scarf
* Food / snacks
* Drinking water
* Torch
* Prescription medications (if necessary)
* Sunscreen
* Camera
* A small day pack may be useful to carry these items.
(The following items are prohibited in the commemorative areas)
* Large backpacks
* Camping equipment
* Weapons or sharp objects
* Flammable liquids
Alcohol Intoxicated persons will be refused entry