7 Days


We embark on a night journey to Kastamonu with our guests.

We reach Kastamonu early in the morning and proceed to a restaurant for an extra breakfast in the city square near Kara Çomak Stream.
After breakfast, we start our city tour. We take a group photo in front of the Şerife Bacı Monument, a symbol of sacrifice and courage during the War of Independence.
We walk across Nasrullah Bridge and reach Nasrullah Square. We visit Nasrullah Mosque, where Mehmet Akif Ersoy, the author of our National Anthem, delivered a sermon during the War of Independence, and its Şadırvan.
We taste the famous Çekme Helva of Kastamonu and explore the city further. We provide free time for shopping at Münire Madrasa.
After the free time in Kastamonu, we reach Sinop, the northernmost point of Turkey, through Taşköprü – Boyabat. We visit Sinop Castle, situated with a panoramic view of the Sinop coastline.
Following lunch, which consists of the famous Sinop dumplings, we climb up to Sinop Castle and enjoy the view from its towers.
Sinop is renowned for the craft of making Maket Kotra, and we provide free time for this unique art.
After a short break, we head to the Historical Sinop Prison Museum, known for being the shooting location of TV series like "Aldırma Gönül" and "Tatar Ramazan."
We continue our journey to Samsun through Gerze – Yakakent – Bafra and visit the First Step and Honor Monument, symbolizing Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's first step into Samsun on May 19, 1919. We also tour the Bandırma Ferry.
At the end of the day, we settle into our hotel for dinner and accommodation.

After enjoying an open buffet breakfast at the hotel, we head to Giresun. Giresun is known as the city where cherries spread worldwide, and we provide free time for hazelnut shopping.
We have a panoramic view of Giresun Castle and proceed to Akçaabat. After having lunch famous for its meatballs in Akçaabat, we arrive in Trabzon.
In Ortahisar Neighborhood, we visit Trabzon Ayasofya Mosque, constructed by the Comnenos Family in the 13th century. We also explore our silver shop to learn about Trabzon Weaving, Kazaziye, and Filigree Arts.
From there, we move to Konstantin Kabayanidis's Atatürk Mansion, built in the Italian Baroque Architecture style at the end of the 19th century. It is the place where Atatürk visited twice and wrote part of his will.
Departing from there and taking Coşandere through Maçka, we reach Altındere National Park. We continue our journey through the Altındere Valley, surrounded by lush greenery, and reach Sümela Monastery.
We take minibuses to ascend to Sümela Monastery, founded in the 4th century by two monks, Barnabas from Athens and Sophronios. Our visit includes Meryem Ana Church, Student Rooms, Ayazma, Water Conduits, and Frescoes.
After leaving the breathtaking Sümela Monastery behind, we return to our bus and proceed towards the hotel. We settle into the hotel, have dinner, and spend the night there.

After having an open buffet breakfast at the hotel, we head to Sürmene, famous for its knives. We learn about how skilled craftsmen shape the knives and provide free time for shopping.
We visit an active tea factory and learn about tea cultivation, processing, and the correct techniques for brewing tea while enjoying the first harvest tea.
After the explanations, we provide free time for shopping. After enjoying our tea, we travel to Arhavi and have a lunch break.
After the break, we arrive at the Sarp Border Gate and start our Batumi tour after completing the crossing procedures. We see St. Andrew's Statue, known as the Enlightenment Road, on the Caucasus Transit Road. Our guide provides information about Georgia and Batumi's history while we see Gonio Fortress and travel among eucalyptus trees.
We view the Russian Bridge over the Çrohi (Çoruh) River, born in Bayburt and flowing into the sea in Batumi, and proceed towards the city center.
Starting from the year 1564 when it was captured by the Ottomans, we explore Batumi, which went through various hands, and completely left our hands in 1921.
We visit the Middle Mosque, Piazza Square, the Golden Fleece Medea Statue, Astrology Clock, Poseidon Statue, Drama and Theatre Building. After completing our photo shoots, we return to the Sarp Border Gate, say goodbye to Batumi, and reach our hotel in Hopa. We settle into the hotel, have dinner, and spend the night.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Entry to Batumi is only possible with new identity cards. Entry cannot be made with a driver's license. Non-Turkish citizens are responsible for their own entry. Due to document deficiencies, guests who cannot enter will be responsible for their entry. Entry permission cannot be obtained with ID cards without a photo, worn out, or with a fallen chip. The foreign exit fee is the responsibility of the guest. Those under 18 years old who will not travel with their parents (both mother and father at the same time) must have a notarized consent form to enter Batumi.

After having an open buffet breakfast at the hotel, we head to Borçka. We go on an extra Borçka Karagöl tour with those who wish.
Boarding minibuses waiting for us, we continue towards Karagöl, formed by the closure of Klaskur Creek due to a landslide. Passing through a tunnel-like path surrounded by lush green trees, we reach Karagöl.
In the free time here, you can take a boat tour on the lake or enjoy a walk around the lake. After leaving Borçka, we reach Fırtına Valley and have our lunch by the Fırtına River.
We visit Zilkale and Palovit Waterfall and then proceed to Ayder Plateau. Known for its rich vegetation and thermal waters at an altitude of 1350 meters, Ayder Plateau is where the echoes of nature meet the clouds. Surrounded by meadows, the Ayder River flows through the plateau. As we move towards the hotel, you will have free time. You can take a walk by the river or rest at the hotel.
After settling into our hotel, we have dinner and spend the night.

After having an open buffet breakfast at the hotel, we head to the Rize Fabric. After free time here, we proceed to Uzungöl.
After reaching Uzungöl, you will have free time. Those who want to take an extra plateau tour to Zilkale, Palovit Waterfall, and Karester Plateau will depart on a separate bus.
After free time at Uzungöl, we return to the bus, and everyone departs from Uzungöl to Trabzon via Maçka.
After a short break, we reach the hotel in Trabzon, settle in, have dinner, and spend the night.

After having an open buffet breakfast at the hotel, we depart for Ordu. We take a cable car to reach Boztepe.
After spending time here and having lunch, we leave Ordu and continue towards Amasya.
We visit Ferhat and Şirin Water Channels, which are engraved into the rock on the way to Amasya.
In Amasya, we visit the Yeşilırmak River, the Yalıboyu Houses, the Archaeological Museum, and the King Rock Tombs.
After the visit, we start our journey back to our city, saying goodbye to the Black Sea with pleasant memories.

Included Services in the Tour Price:

  • Luxury Transportation with Comfortable Vehicles
  • Half-Board Accommodation for 5 Nights in Hotels
  • Open Buffet Breakfast for 5 Mornings
  • 5 Dinners consisting of Open Buffet or Local Cuisine
  • All Environmental Excursions as Indicated in the Program
  • Travel Insurance
  • Professional Guiding Services

Not Included in the Tour Price:

  • All Lunches
  • Beverages during All Meals
  • Personal Expenses during the Tour
  • Extra Organized Events
  • Entrance Fees for All Museums and Historical Sites
  • Ordu Cable Car Fee
  • Foreign Exit Fee
  • Sümela Minibus Fee

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