Suluada Island Boat Trip from Antalya Starts
Firstly, to start our amazing program, Suluada Island Boat Trip from Antalya, we will pick you up from your hotels. When everyone is on the bus, we will depart from Antalya and have a 90-km road trip which will take approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.
No worries: ride will be not boring; it’ll actually be fun and entertaining. We’ll pass by lovely places so that you will feast your eyes upon amazing sceneries.
Then, we’ll get to the harbor in which our double-deck boat waits for us. Crew of boat will warmly welcome you and you’ll take a seat in your favorite deck.
When everyone is ready to go, we will start sailing!
First Stop is Suluada
We’ll sail to Suluada first, to begin our journey impressively. Looking like Maldives, you’ll fal in love with this island, its azure waters, shining shores and amazing image.
During the given free time, you can swim in there as much as you want and fill your soul up with ultimate energy and peace.
This exotic island will give you unforgettable memories!
When time is up, we will come aboard again and start sailing to the second stop. Before arriving there, we’ll have a delicious lunch on the deck and refill our energy bar!
Second Stop is Akseki Bay – Love Island
Second stop of Suluada Island Boat Trip From Antalya will be Akseki Bay, known as Love Island. This place has a tiny cave called Love Cave and that’s why it’s very popular.
Its story and scenery will definitely make you fall in love with it! This cave’s water is always low and makes you feel like you are in a pool…
After giving swimming break and enjoy the sight, we’ll get in the boat and sail back to the harbor. When we get to there, we’ll take the bus to Antalya and take you to your hotel.
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The unique nature of Turkey
The Antalya coast attracted not only tourists, but also the famous Caretta Caretta turtles. It is believed that they are found only in the Aegean region, but they also liked the places along your sea route.
The species of these turtles is under protection. Therefore, in places where they lay their eggs, the construction of hotels is prohibited. So, thanks to the turtles, you can admire the untouched beauty of the local nature.
(PS: The route might change on the tour day!)