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Tours in Bodrum

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Ephesus and House of Virgin Mary Day Trip from Bodrum

Visit UNESCO-protected Ephesus and the House of the Virgin Mary on a full-day trip from Bodrum. Take a walking tour around the ruins of Ephesus, once a great Roman sea port. See highlights including the Library of Celsus and Great Theater, and hear about life here 2,000 years ago. Then, visit the House of Mary, where a chapel marks what many believe to be Mary’s last home. Lunch, entrance fees, and transport included.
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12 hours
from $66.41

All Inclusive Daily Boat Trip Bodrum Peninsula

Experience the beauty of Turkey's Aegean coast on a full-day boat tour from Bodrum. Visit hidden bays and beaches, go swimming and snorkeling in the turquoise sea, and soak in the sights from the sundeck. You'll get great value on this all-inclusive boat excursion that includes lunch served on board the boat, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
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8 hours
from $45.27

Pamukkale Day Tour from Bodrum

Visit the hot springs at Pamukkale and the ancient city of Hierapolis on a full-day tour from Bodrum. Have time to bathe in natural hot springs, walk along the travertine rock formations of Pamukkale, and more during a tour that includes lunch, dinner, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
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12 hours
from $50.71

Daily Boat Trip in Bodrum with Lunch

Bodrum is one of Turkey’s most scenic beach resorts, but the most stunning spots are out on the open water. During this fun-filled cruise along the Bodrum coastline, you’ll hop a sailing boat to discover out-of-the-way islands and caves, including hidden spots only accessible to boats. Bathe in an all-natural hot spring, snorkel in crystal-clear water, and dine on a delicious onboard lunch.
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7 hours
from $32.60

Pirate Boat Trip from Bodrum

Explore the Turkish coast just like a pirate with this boat tour from Bodrum. See such scenic spots as Black Island, Camel Beach, and Aquarium Bay, making stops along the way so you can jump off and swim in the Mediterranean. Lunch is served on board and you can even take an optional camel ride.
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6 hours
from $44.66
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hamadiayesha wrote a review Nov 16
London, United Kingdom1 contribution
I booked for my family. Everything was amazing. Very friendly staf. Food was good. We enjoyed every minute.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jaimie&Yves wrote a review Oct 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia6 contributions
This trip was too long for what it offered. We made soooo many stops and only spent 2.5 hrs at Pamukkale. The last stop we made was at a leather factory, which I really felt was reach and completely unnecessary. 15 hours is a long time to spend on an excursion, and I didn't really feel like we got the full benefit. Now, if you're the type of person who loves seeing little shops and whatnot, then sure, I guess you might like this. But if you just want to get to Pamukkale and enjoy the hot springs and ancient city, I would recommend either a private tour (it's worth the extra $) or a shorter tour. Also we got back so late and the lunch at 3pm did not really tie us over until the 9pm return. And just a note, after you get picked up from your hotel, you are taken to a "waiting area," to get on a bigger bus to actually take the journey.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Mark Smith wrote a review Oct 2020
Plymouth, United Kingdom28 contributions4 helpful votes
We really enjoyed this trip. Picked up from our hotel in Gumbet and then it's a long drive. But you stop at lovely services (really modern/clean) about an hour and a half into it. It IS a long drive but you do get to see some great sights of the country. Then it's to the mud baths where you have four differently infused types of mud which you plaster all over you (I thought you laid in some mud, but no). Then after about an hour there, you get on a boat to go for a two-course meal (our main-course choice was Chicken or Trout) and then back on the boat for an hour's cruise down to the beach where the turtles lay their eggs. When we went in October, the eggs had hatched, but the nests were still there and there were tracks in the sand. You go past some ancient monuments carved into the cliffs which are truly stunning. After 2 hours on the beach, you get back on the boat and go back to the bus and return back to the hotel - it's a full 13-hour day but very very good for the money (we booked it through TripAdvisor).
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Date of experience: October 2020
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blackwatch2019 wrote a review Oct 2020
Plymouth, United Kingdom87 contributions
A total waste of a day I'm glad I didn't have kids with me as the ones I seen were grizzly and whinging I felt so sorry for them. There are so many good trips to do but in my opinion me and my misses wasted a precious day going on this trip. Turtles are hit n miss mud bath was terrible. Well at least I've done it now and never again.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jillian W wrote a review Oct 2020
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Average boat cruise, takes you to swim spots, no bells and whistles, average lunch. You get what you pay for!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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