Turkey Road Trip
Planning a trip to Turkey?
Let us help you save days of research searching for the perfect destinations, hotels, and transport. With a mix of sightseeing, scenic drives, and easy hikes, our self drive tours have something for everyone.
Travel at your own pace, as we arrange everything for you.
Car rental with unlimited mileage and basic insurance (theft protection and collision waiver damage).
A car GPS, a handheld GPS for the hikes, a prepaid Turkish phone, and a trip book with detailed descriptions.
Whether a family run guesthouse or a boutique hotel, we try to choose quaint and memorable places rather than city hotels during your trip to Turkey.
An important part of the trip; the Turkish cuisine! We try to arrange a wide variety of options, all delicious!
Best Turkey Itineraries
With its diverse nature and history, Turkey is a great place for road trips. Enjoy these 8 – 15 day itineraries from Cappadocia to Antalya, Antalya to Dalyan, Dalyan to Bodrum and Bodrum to İstanbul combining hiking, paddle boarding, and ancient sites.
Frequently Asked Questions
A self-guided tour provides holiday makers with the chance to escape the stress of booking hotels and planning a vacation without the need for a group tour or a guide. Think of all the ease of a standard tour, without the obligatory schedule that comes with traveling with a guided group. After prearranging our customers’ transfers and hotel reservations, we prepare a detailed digital tripbook full of historical facts, important phone numbers, and hiking or driving directions, and more to provide you with all the information you’ll need along the way. You will also receive a link to Wikiloc app (free to use for our customers) through which you can follow our GPS coordinates. We provide 24/7 phone support via WhatsApp, Skype or any other phone line. In addition to dropping you off at trailheads when necessary, one of our drivers will pick up your luggage and transfer it to your next hotel during you’re daily hikes or excursions. Since everything has been prearranged for you, and there’s no guide or group you have to keep up with, you’ll be able to relax and enjoy your holiday at your own pace.
Absolutely! When feasible, we are always happy to tailor any program to suit your schedule and wishes. Whether you want to add a couple days, extend some hikes, combine multiple tours, or come up with your own program entirely, we’ll try our best to make sure your tour is perfectly suited to you.
The cars that we rent for the tour are usually latest models of Renault, Hyundai or Dacia with manual transmission. Upon request, it could be possible to provide a automatic transmission car as well.
For groups larger than 4, it is possible to rent a Ford Custom that has a maximum capacity of 8 people.
Yes, all foreigners are allowed to drive for six months in Turkey without a Turkish license.
The Turkish coast is best visited outside the heat and crowds of July and August and the rains of January and February. While the best times to hike on the coast are March-May and Late September-Early December, our self-drive tours are also great options all through the summer. Cappadocia is best visited May- Mid November.
The best time to hike the Lycian Way is either in Spring (March-May) or Autumn (Late September-Early December). There’s is only a small chance of rain during these two seasons and temperatures are cool enough to warrant an enjoyable hike. The months of January and February are quite rainy, and the summer months can get unbearably hot. The only hiking we can recommend during summer is 1-2 hour hikes in the early morning or evening, no full day hikes.
Yes, our tours are available any time. Since our tours are self-guided, there are no set dates, you can choose any time that suits your schedule. During the off-season some of the hotels we usually work with may be closed, so the hotels you stay in may be different than those listed on our website.
We provide a link to Wikiloc app through which you can follow GPS coordinates, a detailed e-book outlining your tour program, with lots of pictures and relevant information, hyper-links for google maps locations etc. Participants are responsible for bringing their own hiking equipment such as boots, poles, hat, and backpack.