GALLIPOLI TROY PERGAMON TOURS

2 DAYS GALLIPOLI SNORKELING TOUR

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HIGHLIGHTS: • Gallipoli Peninsula • Brighton Beach • Beach Cemetery • ANZAC Cove • Ariburnu Cemetery • ANZAC Commemorative Site • Respect to Mehmetcik Statue • Lone Pine Australian Memorial • Johnston's Jolly • 57. Regiment Turkish Memorial • The Nek • Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial • Snorkeling to Wreck of Milo

Price: 125 Euro per person

Included: Round trip transfers from/to Istanbul, 1 night accommodation, 1 daily city tour, 1 lunch, entrance fees, all local transportations, professional guides

Excluded: Drinks at lunch, personal expenses

DAY 1 - GALLIPOLI TOUR (B, L)
Pick up from your hotel in Sultanahmet between 06:30 - 07:00 (pick up time is 06:00am for hotels in Taksim area). Then, we will drive to Eceabat. The breakfast will be served on the way. We will have the lunch after arriving Eceabat and will start visiting Gallipoli. We will see Brighton Beach, Beach Cemetery, ANZAC Cove, Ariburnu Cemetery, ANZAC Commemorative Site, Respect to Mehmetcik Statue, Lone Pine Australian Memorial, Johnston's Jolly (Turkish and Allied trenches and tunnels), 57. Regiment Turkish Memorial, The Nek, Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial. Return to your hotel around 17:30.

Accommodation in Eceabat

DAY 2 - SNORKELING (B)
Pick up from your hotel around 09:30. We will drive to ANZAC Commemorative Site at North Beach. You need to take your swimming suit, beach towel, slippers and sun cream. We will snorkel to a steamer called "Milo" which was sunk in 1915 for breakwater.

You will have a chance to have a shower at the end of our tour. 

Free time in the afternoon. 

Depart from Eceabat at 17:30 and return to your hotel in Istanbul around 23:00.

END OF OUR SERVICE

If you will not return to Istanbul, we can arrange bus from Eceabat to any other cities in Turkey (please contact us).

NOTES
* Please ask for a single supplement
* Hotel is based on bed and breakfast. Check in time is 14:00 and check out time is 11:00.
* All tours are regular. Please contact us for private tour options.
* You can make any changes on the programme.
* During snorkeling tour, we will provide fins, mask and snorkel.

Wreck of the Milo was partially sunk by the allies in October 1915 to create a wave break to protect the ANZACs best harbour at North Beach. It was broken in two by a storm on 18th November 1915. Now, it lies only half a foot from its original position in 1915. The wreck of the Milo off the shores of North Beach at the ANZAC site is an underwater testimony to the strength and endurance of the men of Gallipoli.