You haven't experienced Istanbul if you haven't visited the surreal and gorgeous Blue Mosque in the heart of the city. Wander through its hypnotic main room and be mesmerized by the 260 blue stained glass windows.
Visit Asclepion: The Birthplace of Hippocrates, Father of Medicine
Have your travel expert organise a sailing trip along Turkey's Lycian coast, which includes a private tour of the ruins of the ancient city of Asclepion on the island of Kos, known to be the birth place of Hippocrates - The Father of Medical Sciences.
Take flight in a Hot Air Balloon Over Cappadocian Landscape
Experience breathtaking views of the beautiful and surreal Capadoccian landscape, with its valleys, canyons, limestone cliffs and unusual rock formations, all from the privacy of your own hot air balloon.
Gobekli Tepe: The world's oldest Archeological Site
Visit the famous archeological site of Gobeklitepe in southeastern Anatolia, considered to be the world's first temple ever, dating back to 10,000 BC. Even for non-archeology buffs, this is fascinating stuff, replete with myth, history and one hell of a story about its discovery.
A master Chef's Guide to Turkish Cuisine
Turkish cuisine is lip-smacking good and famous worldwide. Learn how to make delicious kebabs and sweets under the guidance of a master chef. Over and above being a fun outing for the entire family, you will take home some serious culinary skills to last a lifetime.
Sail to Bodrum - The Aegean Jewel
Unwind aboard a luxury gullet on an exclusive sailing trip to Bodrum, which, despite being a tremendously popular destination, never fails to amaze and entertain with its iconic and signature castle, bustling marina, and rows of endless cafes and bars lining its white-washed streets.
Ancient Roman History in Etheral Ephesus
Capture the essence of ethereal Ephesus, the best preserved Roman city in the Eastern Mediterranean, and the former commercial centre of the Mediterranean. Stroll through its ruins that reflect centuries of history.
The magnificent Topkapi Palace: Home of Ottoman Sultans
The largest palace in Istanbul, Topkapi Palace was one of the major residences of the Ottoman Sultans for almost 400 years. Tour the colourful palace (now a museum) and get glimpses into the lives of its former residents as you visit grand sweeping pavilions, treasuries once filled with jewels, and its vast harem. There are probably more juicy stories here than in any other palace in the world.
The Reservoirs of the Basilica Cistern
Like most of Turkey's monuments, the Basilica Cistern also boasts an unusual history. The largest of Turkey's several cisterns (or underground reservoirs) was built in 532 BC by Emperor Justinian. With 336 columns, its symmetry and grandeur are quite breathtaking.
Hagia Sophia: A Historical and Cultural Symbol of Turkey
Originally built as a cathedral, and having served as a mosque, the magnificently-domed Hagia Sophia is now a museum. Famous for its beautiful architecture, the building and everything it contains represents Turkey's varied and chequered history and culture.
Istanbul's Grand Bazaar: A Shopaholic's Mecca
A shopaholic's Mecca - Istanbul's Grand Bazar - is the perfect place to hunt for curios, spices, trinklets, and quite frankly just about anything. Colourful, beautifully lit up and swirling with an energy that is contagious, it is the perfect place to spend an afternoon or a whole day, taking delicious coffee and kebab breaks from your endless browsing.