ANZAC BOAT PARTY
V-GO's Biggest Anzac Boat Party!
4 days/3 nights of BBQ and Punch Parties, fishing, snorkelling, swimming. 24 hours a day pure fun and adventure, boozing it up on deck with the onboard sounds, flooding the bays by night, and swim the seas and relax by day under the Mediterranean sun while sipping your cocktails or sculling your bevies, try your hand at snorkelling or simply try to stay in the rubber tube as your dragged through the wake of the yacht.
The boat cruise will take you to Samanlik Bay, Butterfly Valley, Oludeniz, Kas, Kekova, Gokkaya Bay and then to Smugglers Inn well known for its parties.
Limited spaces available. Book your berth today, meet new mates and have the best experience you could ever dream of. We guarantee that you will return again and again.
For those taking part in our 10 days Anzac Day Tour this makes the best adventure to finish your Turkey Holiday. The Boat Cruise can also be booked separately.
Fethiye, Oludeniz, Butterfly Valley, St.Nicholas Island, Kalkan, Kas, Kekova, Sunken City, Simena Castle, Demre, Myra, St.Nicholas Church, Olympos
119.00 Pound - PP
Day One: 1th May
Departure from Fethiye harbour
Departure from Fethiye harbour between 11 and 12 a.m. to Samanlik Bay for swimming & lunch. Butterfly Valley (sea conditions permitting) is our next stop for a swim & to visit this natural reserve, hosting 136 kinds of different butterflies and moths. Afterwards we cruise to Oludeniz (The Blue Lagoon) again sea conditions permitting. Option for paragliding is available. Our last stop of the day is St.Nicholas Island. Optional visit of the Byzantine ruins, swim, and enjoy dinner.
Day Two: 2th May
Departure for Aquarium of Firnaz Bay
Around sunrise we depart for Aquarium or Firnaz Bay near Kalkan for breakfast & swimming. Cruising to Kas harbour for lunch & visit of this charming fishing village. Of ancient 'Antiphellos' are only Lycian rock tombs & sarcophagi and a Roman theatre left. But the charm of the town remains! In a bay near Kekova we will stop for swimming, dinner and our 2nd night.
Day Three: 3th May
Departure for the Sunken City of Kekova
After breakfast we depart for the Sunken City of Kekova (this Lycian - Roman archaeological site is highly protected, so only looking!). Simena, a traditional Turkish fishing village with no car access and a Byzantine/Ottoman castle.
In Gokkaya Bay optional water sports are available. Dinner, relax in this pirates haven or party the night away at the Smugglers Inn.
Day Four: 4th May
Transfer to Olympos
After breakfast we have a look at the Pirates Cave before cruising to Andriace harbour (Demre) for lunch. Bus transfer to Bayram's Tree Houses in Olympos where we arrive between 4 and 6 p.m. Check in and freshen up, ready for the nights festivities around the bonfire and dance till dawn.
Double/Triple Accommodation with en suite.
Snorkels & masks, fishing lines.
Meals (3 x breakfast, 4 x lunch, 3 x dinner).
Bus transfer from Demre Harbour to Olympos.
Tour does not include:
Tips for the guides and drivers
Optional Activities available to Anzac boat party:
1. Paragliding Oludeniz
2. Paragliding Kas
3. Open Water Diving Kas
4. Open Water Diving Kekova
5. Sea Kayaking Kekova
General Travel Information:
When booking an Anzac tour it is important to ensure that your tour operator is a member of TURSAB which is the Turkish regulatory body of tourist activities. It is illegal for non-members to operate tours in Turkey without a TURSAB license and membership number.
V-GO's Travel is a member of TURSAB (License No:4563).
Before you book with any agency, it is most important that you check all the details of the services offered. Low budget offers usually don't cover many services, such as: quality, entrance fees, standard of the coaches, accommodation in Gallipoli, professional lecture about Gallipoli, private security, professional guide (not an escort or
offside), references of the agency & background.
The Australian Dept of Veteran Affairs is making special arrangements for those with special needs in an effort to assist aged and infirm visitors.
Read more about this at: Australian Government
Also note from their website: "Travel by passenger car to these services is not allowed and on completion of the Dawn Service, official coaches will depart before public coach departures to meet Turkish protocol requirements."
Please, Read the notice from Australian Embassy at Australian Embassy
A brief warning from the Australian Embassy web site: "Accommodation in the Gallipoli area, particularly for the night of 24 April, is very heavily booked well in advance of ANZAC Day
. Intending travellers will need to make bookings as early as possible to secure accommodation."