14 Day Eastern Turkey Explorer

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Additional Information:
Land only price does not include arrival/departure transfers, but does include intra-flights Istanbul-Gaziantep & Kars-Istanbul.

Arrival and departure transfers are only included for flights to/from Istanbul Airport (IST).

During Ramadan (Apr 2 - May 1, 2022), historic and cultural sites may close early and operate with minimal staff. The order of sightseeing may be changed to accommodate the holiday observance. Traffic congestion is common during Ramadan. Some hotels and restaurants may not serve alcoholic beverages. Entertainment may be limited to be respectful of the holiday observance. Modest dress is suggested during Ramadan (no shorts, short skirts, or sleeveless tops). Use discretion when drinking, eating, and smoking in public between sunrise and sunset.


Entry Requirements:
Passengers traveling abroad require a passport valid for six months beyond their travel dates. All travelers are responsible to check if a visa is required for all countries on their itinerary. For visa information, check our Visas page.



Is This Trip Right for You?

This is an active trip. Our small group covers a lot of ground each day in cities and in the countryside. Expect to spend two to three hours on your feet during tours. The pace is fast. Some of our tours require walking over cobbled streets, uneven surfaces or up and down steep slopes or steps. This tour is not recommended for people who have difficulty walking. There are significant driving times of about five hours between Mardin, Van, and Kars. There will be comfort stops between each destination. The elevation of Mount Nemrut is 7,001 feet, this may be a consideration for those who have heart conditions, or are otherwise affected by altitude. We suggest you check with your healthcare provider before signing up for this tour. This is a Small Group program. For more information, click here.

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Package Includes

  • Small groups of maximum 22 travelers guaranteed
  • Round trip flights New York-Istanbul, Istanbul-New York
  • All intra-flights: Istanbul-Gaziantep & Kars-Istanbul
  • Other departure cities available. Click on date of departure for selection and prices
  • Airline taxes & fuel surcharges
  • 12 nights accommodations
    • 3 nights Istanbul
    • 1 night Gaziantep
    • 2 nights Sanliurfa
    • 2 nights Mardin
    • 2 nights Van
    • 2 nights Kars
  • Hotel taxes, fees & service charges
  • Hotel porterage
  • All transfers included only with airfare purchase on package arrival & departure dates†
  • 29 meals: 12 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 9 dinners (including welcome & farewell dinners)
  • Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned vehicles
  • Services of local English-speaking tour manager throughout
  • Comprehensive, guided sightseeing and entrance fees per itinerary
  • Active itinerary with unique cultural features

Tour Highlights

Thanks to our small group size, we can get to the heart of our destination, visit places that other tours miss, and get to know the locals.

  • Discover Istanbul's extraordinary sights including the Topkapi Palace, St. Sophia and the Hippodrome
  • Hunt for local treasures in the Grand Bazaar - your guide will teach you the "in's and out's" of shopping in the market
  • Visit the Zeugma Museum, known for the largest mosaic collection in the world
  • Drive to Mount Nemrut, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that overlooks the Euphrates River
  • Marvel at Gobeklitepe a Neolithic site, built 6,000 years before Stonehenge, marked by carved limestone megaliths
  • In Harran, visit a local beehive shaped house, dating back thousands of years
  • Tour the old town of Mardin and visit the Kirklar Church, the Grand Mosque, the Bazaar and a silversmith's atelier
  • Cruise to Akdamar Island, home to the 10th century Armenian Holy Cross Cathedral
  • Explore the city of Kars, visiting the Ani Ancient City, the Kumbet and Fethiye Mosques, and Kars Castle

†Transfers are available for purchase for land only or on alternative flight dates

Is This Trip Right for You?

This is an active trip. Our small group covers a lot of ground each day in cities and in the countryside. Expect to spend two to three hours on your feet during tours. The pace is fast. Some of our tours require walking over cobbled streets, uneven surfaces or up and down steep slopes or steps. This tour is not recommended for people who have difficulty walking. There are significant driving times of about five hours between Mardin, Van, and Kars. There will be comfort stops between each destination. The elevation of Mount Nemrut is 7,001 feet, this may be a consideration for those who have heart conditions, or are otherwise affected by altitude. We suggest you check with your healthcare provider before signing up for this tour. This is a Small Group program. For more information, click here.

Note: your itinerary will change depending upon the day of the week you depart. Click a day above to see what is included.

DAY 1, Tuesday - Depart for Turkey
Depart for Turkey

DAY 2, Wednesday - Arrive in Istanbul
Arrive in Istanbul, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, and transfer to your hotel. The balance of the day is at leisure. Tonight, attend an orientation meeting at approximately 7:30 PM with your Tour Manager and fellow travelers, followed by a Welcome Dinner at your hotel. We recommend that you select flights which arrive in Istanbul no later than 4 PM on day 2 of the itinerary or earlier, if possible
Overnight: Istanbul
Meals: Dinner

DAY 3, Thursday - Turkish & Islamic Art Museum, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar
Today, spend the day touring the city of Istanbul. First, visit the Turkish & Islamic Art Museum, boasting one of the richest Islamic art collections in the world. Enjoy tea or coffee on the terrace of the museum, overlooking the magnificent Blue Mosque. Continue to Istanbul's Hippodrome, where chariot races and competitive athletic events took place during the Roman period. Then, visit St. Sophia, built in the 6th century, also called the Church of the Divine Wisdom. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant, before visiting the Topkapi Palace, residence of the Ottoman Sultans and the famous Grand Bazaar, one of the oldest and largest bazaars in the world. Afterward, return to your hotel for the evening
Overnight: Istanbul
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4, Friday - Flight to Gaziantep, Zeugma Museum, Coppersmith Bazaar, Baklava Tasting
Early this morning, depart your hotel for a flight to Gaziantep, a city in southeast Turkey. Upon arrival, there will be time for lunch on your own in the city's center. After, visit the Zeugma Museum, known for its largest mosaic collection in the world. Then, take a guided walk through the historic bazaars of Gaziantep and watch craftsmen practice their traditional trade at the Coppersmith Bazaar. Visit one of the many baklava shops to savor the sweet Middle Eastern confection made of phyllo pastry and nuts. Following a demonstration of Baklava making, check into your room. Time to freshen up before dinner at the hotel
Overnight: Gaziantep
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 5, Saturday - Travel to Sanliurfa via Mount Nemrut
Today, depart Gaziantep and head towards the historic city of Sanliurfa. Along the way stop at the town of Kahta for lunch. Then, drive to Mount Nemrut, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most fascinating ancient places in Turkey. Ascend the mountain for stunning views of the Euphrates Valley and admire the huge stone heads, remains of a grandiose mausoleum built in the 1st century BC by Antiochus I. After, descend the mountain and drive towards Sanliurfa. Arrive at your hotel in time for dinner with the group
Overnight: Sanliurfa
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 6, Sunday - Explore Gobeklitepe, Sanliurfa Archeology and Mosaic Museum
Begin the day with a visit to Gobeklitepe, a Neolithic archaeological site and region where the most ancient farming communities in the world emerged. Here, you'll find massive carved stones, dating back 11,000 years, which were crafted and arranged by prehistoric people. Then, head to the Sanliurfa Archaeology and Mosaic Museum. Visit exhibits that display the region's cultural heritage, as well as artifacts from Gobeklitepe, the oldest temple in the world. After lunch at the museum, drive to Harran. Due to the hot climate, the city is known for its beehive homes. Visit one of these homes, that date back thousands of years. After, enjoy tea with the locals of Harran before heading back to your hotel. In the evening, join the vibrant optional Sanliurfa Dinner & Folk Show, where you will experience traditional music and cuisine passed down through generations for centuries
Optional: Sanliurfa Dinner & Folk Show
Overnight: Sanliurfa
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 7, Monday - Gumrukhan Covered Bazaar, Pool of Abraham, Travel to Mardin
Depart from your hotel in the morning and embark on a morning tour of Sanliurfa. Visit the bustling Gumrukhan local covered bazaar, the main commercial center, built in 1566. Continue to the Pool of Abraham, known as the Sacred Fish Pool, which is filled with thousands of fish. It is also the spot where King Nimrod sentenced Abraham to death and thrown him into the fire. Later, visit the 12th century Grand Mosque, and Selahattin Eyyubi Mosque, built on the foundations of St. John's Church. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant before driving to Mardin. Arrive at the hotel late in the afternoon. Tonight, dinner with the group is at a local restaurant
Overnight: Mardin
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 8, Tuesday - Dara Ancient City, Deyrulzafaran Monastery, Kasimiye Medresesi, Old Mardin
Embark on a full day tour of Mardin. First, explore Dara Ancient City, known as the Ephesus of Mesopotamia, an important settlement along the Silk Road. Then, visit the Deyrulzafaran Monastery, located at the site of an ancient temple dedicated to the Mesopotamian sun god Shamash. The monastery is one of the most important centers of the Assyrian Church. After lunch at the monastery, continue to Kasimiye Medresesi, built in 1469. The old medrese (seminary) features a courtyard with arched colonnades and a magnificently carved doorway. Ascend to the upper section to admire one of Mardin's great panoramas. After, visit the old town of Mardin, including the Kirklar Church, the Grand Mosque, the bazaar, and a silversmith's atelier. Return back to your hotel and spend the evening at leisure
Overnight: Mardin
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 9, Wednesday - Mor Gabriel Monastery, Travel to Van via Hasankeyf
Today, visit the Mor Gabriel Monastery, the oldest surviving Syriac Orthodox monastery in the world, founded in the year 397. Depart the monastery and travel to Van. Along the way, make a stop for photos at Hasankeyf, an ancient town located along the Tigris River in the Batman province of southeastern Turkey. After lunch at a local restaurant in Batman, drive to Van. Arrive at your hotel in Van in time for dinner with your fellow travelers
Overnight: Van
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 10, Thursday - Cat Breeding Center, Cavustepe, Akdamar Island
This morning, savor a traditional Van breakfast at a local restaurant. The city is famous for its legendary breakfast that reflects its culture. Afterward, tour a cat breeding center, which breeds the distinctive species of Van cats. Then, visit Cavustepe, an ancient site also known as the Fortress of Hayk, built between 764-735 BC. Following lunch at a local restaurant, cruise to Akdamar Island, the largest island in Lake Van, home to the 10th century Armenian Holy Cross Cathedral. Later, return by boat back to Van and arrive at the hotel in time for dinner
Overnight: Van
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 11, Friday - Carpet Atelier, Muradiye Waterfalls, Ishakpasha Palace, Drive to Kars
Begin the day with a visit to a carpet atelier. Here, admire the exquisite workmanship and design of Turkish carpets, some of the finest in the world. Later, continue to Muradiye Waterfalls, a natural wonder of Van. Then, drive to Dogubeyazit and enjoy breathtaking views of Mount Ararat while eating lunch at the Sim-er Hotel. Afterward, tour Ishakpasha Palace, a magnificent example of 18th century Ottoman architecture. Standing atop a bluff, the palace is the largest monumental structure of the Ottoman Empire, and contains artwork reflective of the Ottoman art style. Following the visit, drive to Kars and check into your room. This evening, dine with your group at the hotel
Overnight: Kars
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 12, Saturday - Ani Ruins, Kumbet & Fethiye Mosques, Kars Castle
This morning, drive to the ancient city of Ani, former capital of the Bagratid Kingdom of Armenia. This medieval city, located on a secluded hilltop along the Turkish and Armenian border, was founded more than 1,600 years ago. Visit the ruins and view the Ani Cathedral, the medieval walls, the Citadel, the Church of the Holy Redeemer and the Ebul Menucehr Mosque. Later, savor a light fare that includes wine tasting and special Kars gruyere cheese. Afterward, visit the Kumbet Mosque, a former Armenian church, known as the Holy Apostles Church and the Fethiye Mosque, a 19th century Russian church that now serves as an active mosque. Proceed to Kars Castle, whose imposing walls crown the ridge that dominates the city's northern edge. On the drive back to the hotel, view Russian style buildings, dating from the 19th century Russian occupation. Tonight, dinner is at a regional restaurant, where you will taste local delicacies and enjoy a Caucasian folklore dance performance
Overnight: Kars
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 13, Sunday - Old City of Kars, Flight to Istanbul
Today, embark on a tour of the old city of Kars and visit the Kars Museum, featuring exhibits from the early Bronze Age, Urartu and Roman periods. Stroll through the local bazaars and after lunch on your own transfer to the Kars airport for your flight back to Istanbul. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel. Tonight, join your newfound friends and Tour Manager to celebrate your last night in Turkey at a Farewell Dinner
Overnight: Istanbul
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 14, Monday - Depart Turkey
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 1, Saturday - Depart for Turkey
Depart for Turkey

DAY 2, Sunday - Arrive in Istanbul
Arrive in Istanbul, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, and transfer to your hotel. The balance of the day is at leisure. Tonight, attend an orientation meeting at approximately 7:30 PM with your Tour Manager and fellow travelers, followed by a Welcome Dinner at your hotel. We recommend that you select flights which arrive in Istanbul no later than 4 PM on day 2 of the itinerary or earlier, if possible
Overnight: Istanbul
Meals: Dinner

DAY 3, Monday - Turkish & Islamic Art Museum, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar
Today, spend the day touring the city of Istanbul. First, visit the Turkish & Islamic Art Museum, boasting one of the richest Islamic art collections in the world. Enjoy tea or coffee on the terrace of the museum, overlooking the magnificent Blue Mosque. Continue to Istanbul's Hippodrome, where chariot races and competitive athletic events took place during the Roman period. Then, visit St. Sophia, built in the 6th century, also called the Church of the Divine Wisdom. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant, before visiting the Topkapi Palace, residence of the Ottoman Sultans and the famous Grand Bazaar, one of the oldest and largest bazaars in the world. Afterward, return to your hotel for the evening
Overnight: Istanbul
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 4, Tuesday - Flight to Gaziantep, Zeugma Museum, Coppersmith Bazaar, Baklava Tasting
Early this morning, depart your hotel for a flight to Gaziantep, a city in southeast Turkey. Upon arrival, there will be time for lunch on your own in the city's center. After, visit the Zeugma Museum, known for its largest mosaic collection in the world. Then, take a guided walk through the historic bazaars of Gaziantep and watch craftsmen practice their traditional trade at the Coppersmith Bazaar. Visit one of the many baklava shops to savor the sweet Middle Eastern confection made of phyllo pastry and nuts. Following a demonstration of Baklava making, check into your room. Time to freshen up before dinner at the hotel
Overnight: Gaziantep
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 5, Wednesday - Travel to Sanliurfa via Mount Nemrut
Today, depart Gaziantep and head towards the historic city of Sanliurfa. Along the way stop at the town of Kahta for lunch. Then, drive to Mount Nemrut, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most fascinating ancient places in Turkey. Ascend the mountain for stunning views of the Euphrates Valley and admire the huge stone heads, remains of a grandiose mausoleum built in the 1st century BC by Antiochus I. After, descend the mountain and drive towards Sanliurfa. Arrive at your hotel in time for dinner with the group
Overnight: Sanliurfa
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 6, Thursday - Explore Gobeklitepe, Sanliurfa Archeology and Mosaic Museum
Begin the day with a visit to Gobeklitepe, a Neolithic archaeological site and region where the most ancient farming communities in the world emerged. Here, you'll find massive carved stones, dating back 11,000 years, which were crafted and arranged by prehistoric people. Then, head to the Sanliurfa Archaeology and Mosaic Museum. Visit exhibits that display the region's cultural heritage, as well as artifacts from Gobeklitepe, the oldest temple in the world. After lunch at the museum, drive to Harran. Due to the hot climate, the city is known for its beehive homes. Visit one of these homes, that date back thousands of years. After, enjoy tea with the locals of Harran before heading back to your hotel. In the evening, join the vibrant optional Sanliurfa Dinner & Folk Show, where you will experience traditional music and cuisine passed down through generations for centuries
Optional: Sanliurfa Dinner & Folk Show
Overnight: Sanliurfa
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 7, Friday - Gumrukhan Covered Bazaar, Pool of Abraham, Travel to Mardin
Depart from your hotel in the morning and embark on a morning tour of Sanliurfa. Visit the bustling Gumrukhan local covered bazaar, the main commercial center, built in 1566. Continue to the Pool of Abraham, known as the Sacred Fish Pool, which is filled with thousands of fish. It is also the spot where King Nimrod sentenced Abraham to death and thrown him into the fire. Later, visit the 12th century Grand Mosque, and Selahattin Eyyubi Mosque, built on the foundations of St. John's Church. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant before driving to Mardin. Arrive at the hotel late in the afternoon. Tonight, dinner with the group is at a local restaurant
Overnight: Mardin
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 8, Saturday - Dara Ancient City, Deyrulzafaran Monastery, Kasimiye Medresesi, Old Mardin
Embark on a full day tour of Mardin. First, explore Dara Ancient City, known as the Ephesus of Mesopotamia, an important settlement along the Silk Road. Then, visit the Deyrulzafaran Monastery, located at the site of an ancient temple dedicated to the Mesopotamian sun god Shamash. The monastery is one of the most important centers of the Assyrian Church. After lunch at the monastery, continue to Kasimiye Medresesi, built in 1469. The old medrese (seminary) features a courtyard with arched colonnades and a magnificently carved doorway. Ascend to the upper section to admire one of Mardin's great panoramas. After, visit the old town of Mardin, including the Kirklar Church, the Grand Mosque, the bazaar, and a silversmith's atelier. Return back to your hotel and spend the evening at leisure
Overnight: Mardin
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 9, Sunday - Mor Gabriel Monastery, Travel to Van via Hasankeyf
Today, visit the Mor Gabriel Monastery, the oldest surviving Syriac Orthodox monastery in the world, founded in the year 397. Depart the monastery and travel to Van. Along the way, make a stop for photos at Hasankeyf, an ancient town located along the Tigris River in the Batman province of southeastern Turkey. After lunch at a local restaurant in Batman, drive to Van. Arrive at your hotel in Van in time for dinner with your fellow travelers
Overnight: Van
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 10, Monday - Cat Breeding Center, Cavustepe, Akdamar Island
This morning, savor a traditional Van breakfast at a local restaurant. The city is famous for its legendary breakfast that reflects its culture. Afterward, tour a cat breeding center, which breeds the distinctive species of Van cats. Then, visit Cavustepe, an ancient site also known as the Fortress of Hayk, built between 764-735 BC. Following lunch at a local restaurant, cruise to Akdamar Island, the largest island in Lake Van, home to the 10th century Armenian Holy Cross Cathedral. Later, return by boat back to Van and arrive at the hotel in time for dinner
Overnight: Van
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 11, Tuesday - Carpet Atelier, Muradiye Waterfalls, Ishakpasha Palace, Drive to Kars
Begin the day with a visit to a carpet atelier. Here, admire the exquisite workmanship and design of Turkish carpets, some of the finest in the world. Later, continue to Muradiye Waterfalls, a natural wonder of Van. Then, drive to Dogubeyazit and enjoy breathtaking views of Mount Ararat while eating lunch at the Sim-er Hotel. Afterward, tour Ishakpasha Palace, a magnificent example of 18th century Ottoman architecture. Standing atop a bluff, the palace is the largest monumental structure of the Ottoman Empire, and contains artwork reflective of the Ottoman art style. Following the visit, drive to Kars and check into your room. This evening, dine with your group at the hotel
Overnight: Kars
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 12, Wednesday - Ani Ruins, Kumbet & Fethiye Mosques, Kars Castle
This morning, drive to the ancient city of Ani, former capital of the Bagratid Kingdom of Armenia. This medieval city, located on a secluded hilltop along the Turkish and Armenian border, was founded more than 1,600 years ago. Visit the ruins and view the Ani Cathedral, the medieval walls, the Citadel, the Church of the Holy Redeemer and the Ebul Menucehr Mosque. Later, savor a light fare that includes wine tasting and special Kars gruyere cheese. Afterward, visit the Kumbet Mosque, a former Armenian church, known as the Holy Apostles Church and the Fethiye Mosque, a 19th century Russian church that now serves as an active mosque. Proceed to Kars Castle, whose imposing walls crown the ridge that dominates the city's northern edge. On the drive back to the hotel, view Russian style buildings, dating from the 19th century Russian occupation. Tonight, dinner is at a local restaurant, where you will taste regional delicacies and enjoy a Caucasian folklore dance performance
Overnight: Kars
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 13, Thursday - Old City of Kars, Flight to Istanbul
Today, embark on a tour of the old city of Kars and visit the Kars Museum, featuring exhibits from the early Bronze Age, Urartu and Roman periods. Stroll through the local bazaars and after lunch on your own transfer to the Kars airport for your flight back to Istanbul. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel. Tonight, join your newfound friends and Tour Manager to celebrate your last night in Turkey at a Farewell Dinner
Overnight: Istanbul
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 14, Friday - Depart Turkey
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight
Meals: Breakfast

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Sanliurfa Dinner & Folk Show

This unique tour highlights the traditional music and cuisine of Sanliurfa, Turkey, passed down over the last five centuries. Friends and families used to gather weekly in each other's homes for conversation over folkloric games and music, serving local dishes such as "cig kofte" and "mirra." On this optional tour, enjoy a night of centuries old cultural music and food, specially presented by the locals of Sanliurfa.

Approximate tour duration is 3.5 hours.

Day #6 01 Apr 2022 - 31 Oct 2022 $99.00
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Sanliurfa Dinner & Folk Show

This unique tour highlights the traditional music and cuisine of Sanliurfa, Turkey, passed down over the last five centuries. Friends and families used to gather weekly in each other's homes for conversation over folkloric games and music, serving local dishes such as "cig kofte" and "mirra." On this optional tour, enjoy a night of centuries old cultural music and food, specially presented by the locals of Sanliurfa.

Approximate tour duration is 3.5 hours.

Day #6 01 Apr 2022 - 31 Oct 2022 $99.00
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