If you wish you can combine your cruise with many exciting and fun land excursions. ‘Village tour’, ‘Turkish Bath tour’, ‘Turkish Night’, and ‘Marmaris Shopping and City tour’ are some of our excursions offered for guaranteed departure cabin charter cruise guests.

Below are some examples of our local excursions. In case of private charters, we organize tailor-made land excursions.


The Dalyan Delta, with a long, golden sandy beach at its mouth, is a nature conservation area, home to much wildlife and a refuge for sea turtles (Caretta Caretta). You will sail down the river short time to enjoy the mud bath and sulphur springs. Following the lunch explore the maze of channels by boat as you immerse yourself in this tranquil dream world. On the way, high on the cliff face, at a bend in the river, above the fascinating ancient harbour city of Counos, observe the 2000 years old magnificent Lycian tombs that carved in to the rock. Finally, you will have a relaxing afternoon, enjoying the sun on miles of unspoilt, on sandy turtle beach.


Bodrum overflowing with boutiques, bars, cafes, restaurants is considered as a sophisticated resort yet some 30 minutes away a rare opportunity to visit an un spoilt mountain village and experience rural Turkish life, almost unchanged for centuries. Meet the humblest peasant whose generosity and kindness never fails to surprise and shows a hospitality that’s long forgotten. Visit the tea house, the mosque and some local houses where you will experience delicious Turkish Cuisine and local spirits. In the end, you will see an impressive display of local handmade kilims and carpets made by villager women.


It is an island in Greece, located in the eastern Aegean Sea. It is the largest of the Dodecanese islands in terms of both land area and population, with a population of 117,007 and also the island group’s historical capital. Historically, Rhodes was famous worldwide for the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes has been declared a World Heritage Site. Today, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. With our optional “Old City Tour” you will have the opportunity to visit this best protected medieval city and make a journey in history.


The monastery of Panormitis is situated in the name Saken bay. On its celebration (8th of November and Pentecost) people visit the monastery from all over the country. Food, wine and free residence is offered to the pilgrims. Some believe that an ancient temple existed, but this cannot be proven from archaeological findings or ancient sources. But, the existence of the Panormitis monastery in the 15th century is proven by a manuscript of 1460. The monastery has two museums. One of ecclesiastical art, rich in exhibits like pontifical, silver icons, Russian epitaphs and ecclesiastical utensils, ship models offerings brought to Panormitis from far away by the sea… and one of folk art with important objects of the folk culture of the island, relevant to fishing, agriculture and shepherding.


Nisyros is a Greek volcanic island and part of the Dodecanese group of islands situated between the island of Kos and Tilos . Formed from volcano eruptions , Nisyros is a place of wild beauty . According to mythology , during the period of the Gigantomachy (war of the Giants) Poseidon (the god of the sea) plucked a rock from Kos and in anger threw it at the giant Polyvotis with the intention of killing him . This rock , which crushed the giant , became Nisyros and the half-dead giant shakes the earth every now and then with his groans , thus awakening the volcano . Mandraki is the capital and harbour of the island , with its white houses built below the imposing rock where the Monastery of the Panagia Spiliani stands . While travelling to the mountainous picturesque village of Nikia , we meet the impressive volcano crater in the area of Lakki .It would be preferable to wear mountain boots or shoes with thick soles because of the high temperatures that develop at the bottom of the crater are capable of melting rubber soles


Before going to  Blue Cruise; for having a tanned skin and to get purified from the dead cells Turkish Bath  is ideal for you. Turkish baths, physical, and spiritual / religious cleansing, as well as entertainment, birth  and marriage to be the scene of many social events, have a very important role for Turkish society.  Nowadays, more and very clean, the baths are used for health and beauty, as well as in the  scrub and  foam massage, hot and cold water pools, aromatic foam, mud, seaweed, clay, honey,  chocolate, yogurt  and vegetable oil massages and body treatments can be seen.


Olympos is a small place very much unlike the big touristic cities in Turkey. There aren't much to see like museums and huge buildings as it's mountains and beach.One thing that should be seen and definitely cannot be avoided is the underrated Olympos ruins. The ancient city is one of the 6 leading cities of the Lycian League, and was also conquered and included in the roman empire.The ruins of the ancient city is scattered inside the forest before you reach the beach. The are several sign posts along the path with brief info on what to see. Unlike Ephesus which is carefully assembled and well labeled, the ruins at Olympos in my opinion is differently fascinating as most of the probably houses in ruins are in natural state with plants and trees growing on them, they're just scattered around inside the woods. There are several lycian tombs, pavements and water flowing around. There's an ancient bath house, churches, and so many marble slabs buried on the grounds.


The ancient ruins of Phaselis is situated in one of the most picturesque corners of Turkey. It lies on a promontory that extends into the Mediterranean sea and backed by Bey mountains. It is about 50 kilometers from Antalya and quite close to OlymposNational Park.

According to various sources, Phaselis was founded in 690 BC by colonists who came from Rhodes. The legend tells us that the leader of the colonists, Lacius purchased the land on which they founded their city, from a shepherd and in return they paid some food and dried fish. This event and the generosity of the shepherd was later celebrated using the dried fish as a sacrificial offering.



Saklıkent Gorge, located in the Mugla Province of Turkey is the largest canyon in Turkey and the second largest of Europe. The Canyon is 300 meters deep and 18 kilometers long the result of abrasion of the rocks by water flowing over them for thousands of years. Because the level of the river water rises during the winter months, visitors can only enter the gorge during the summer. Four kilometers of the canyon are walkable after April, when most of the snow in the Taurus Mountains has melted and passed through on its way to the Mediterranean Sea. Saklıkent means "hidden city" in Turkish. Saklıkent Gorge is open from the April 1 to September 30. Visitors need to dress appropriately because you will get wet and the water is very cold. It is important to bring appropriate shoes as you will be walking in shallow water or mud at times. If neccessary you can rent plastic shoes before heading upstream at the bar, but many people find them rather uncomfortable. It is also a good idea to bring a change of clothes along with you that you can change into afterwards.