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Active but not too strenuous unless it's windy. We had a good day and enjoyed swimming and kayaking. The under sea city is not much.... at least when viewed from a canoe. Our guide was not well informed and his explanation was very basic. We...More
This is a discovery of a lost civilization by boat and how a once great democratic Lycian federation's glory was eventually succombed to the forces of nature and time. A wonderful must-see place from the ancient times of legends.
This is a great trip the kayaking sections are broken up into manageable chunks and the speed is good and the guide is awesome and took some great photos of us too. The kayaks and equipment is good. The ruins are impressive but more stone...More
The Turkish coast there is very impressive. You have all you need: friendly people, best swimming and diving conditions, fresh and always good tasty food. I come there since 24 years and be happy that many people are still the same. Feels like family and...More
We went on a full day excursion upto Kekova with the boat "Bermuda". We are used to go on boat excursions in summer as we stay in Bodrum for three weeks every year, but this one was exceptonally good and we had a wonderful time....More
the trip I took stopped at the tiny island of Simena for lunch. Sailed on to Kekova island where the sunken city of that name is still clearly visible. Dropped anchor to let people swim. Chilled beers and cold drinks... More
the trip I took stopped at the tiny island of Simena for lunch. Sailed on to Kekova island where the sunken city of that name is still clearly visible. Dropped anchor to let people swim. Chilled beers and cold drinks available on board ( additional cost to basic charge of 55 Turkish lira per person ).