“We’re absolutely satisfied with the service provided by your company. Both of your tour guides ( Hakan and Eddie ) did a fantastic job. Very informative, punctual and accommodating to our needs due to the 2 small children in the group.”
Bravo to you and your team!
-Cheers Daniel khar
“My trip in Turkey was memorable and enjoyable. I would highly recommend it to my friends and family. Your company was really friendly and accomodating.”
Thanks for everything
“We just arrived back home yesterday. We wanted you to know we enjoyed our Jewish Heritage tour of Istanbul. Eddie was a terrific guide. We will recommend your company to our travel agent. Thank you so much.”
-Marcia and Marc Banner
Dear Yasar Celen,
“Thank you for your note. Our experience on your Cappadoccia-Pamukale-Ephesus tour was absolutely superb. All the guides were terrific, knowledgeble and went out of their way to ensure that we ere having a good time. The organization was fantastic and everything went like clockwork. Our one day tour to the Black Sea coast was equally good. Thank you again for doing so much to ensure that we had such a memorable holiday in Turkey. All best wishes.”
-Michael and Shelagh Simmons.
“I would like to thank you and your team for making my trip to your beautiful country possible.everything was superb and well organised. I have nothing but praise and wish you ,your team all the best.”
Dear Mr. Yasar,
Hope you are doing great .
“I want to thank you very much for all the assistance and care you have given to my wife & daughter with the rest of the group. My wife was happy when she get all these excellent service you gave her.
I would like to thank you once again for everything wishing you lasting success , and will advise all my friend who is visiting Turkey to be in touch with you and enjoy your distinctive tourist services.”
Special thanks to Ozlem for being @ urgent reply always.
Appreciate your kind assistance .
Thanks for your kind help .
“We were very satisfied with the tour and most importantly, our tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. She also provided us useful suggestions for our stay in Istanbul so we were very happy that we had her as our tour guide. Please pass along our thanks to her for making our stay in Istanbul a real “Turkish delight”!
“The six days we spent in Turkey were absolutely fabulous. We enjoyed it thoroughly. Your arrangements were superb, everything went like clockwork. From the moment we landed at Ataturk airport on Nov 24, to the instant we arrived back at the same airport for the return flight on Nov 29, everything went amazingly smoothly. We have been traveling for the past 30 years, and on no occasions before have everything worked with such absolute precision. It was just super.”
Thank you once again for making it all happen, and with such brilliant planning.
Best regards and maybe we will meet again in future,
-Bobby & Sheila Philips.
Mardin and South East Region
Adıyaman, Batman, Diyarbakır, Gaziantep, Kilis, Mardin, Siirt, Şanlıurfa
Geographically, the Southeastern Region, which has only 9.7% of the total area of Turkey, is the smallest region of the country. Most of this region is formed by valleys and plateaus such as Dicle River, Taurus mountains and Karacadağ Volcanic Mount occupying large areas in the south of this region. Summers are very hot and dry, winters are cold and mostly rainy. The mountainous areas have continental climate, and the western part has typical Mediterranean climate. Contrary to the Eastern part of Turkey, this region is not mountainous, but it has arid plateaus.
This region amazes its visitors with its history and cultural heritage. The region is bounded by great historic rivers such as the Tigris (Dicle) in the eastern part of the region and the Euphrates (Fırat) in the western. The region was a junction of trade in the ages of earlier civilizations and even in Biblical times. Harran, the south of Şanlıurfa, is the home of Patriarch Abraham. After the crusaders, Şanlıurfa was converted and called as Latin County of Edessa. Syriac monasteries in Mardin and Midyat still service in Aramaic, which is the language of Jesus and early christians.
The economy of this region is based on agriculture, animal husbandry and stockbreeding. The main agricultural products are tobacco, cotton, wheat, barley, lentil, and pistachio nuts. Thanks to GAP (the South-eastern Anatolia Project), which includes dozens of dams and hundreds of kilometers of aqueducts, this region has started to show the results of huge long-term investment to the region and the country. By this way, the capacity of crops and supplying electricity has been increased.
The Southeastern Anatolia offers a great variety of options and ancient historical life style for its visitors. You should explore and discover this region and see the ancient ruins of Southeast Anatolia. The best times to visit are spring, and autumn. The sun flares, and there’s rarely a cloud in July, August and September. However, during the winter time, it may be freezing.