Specialists in small group, activity and custom travel in Turkey since 1994 in Kaş/ANTALYA

January 29, 2018

While almost all trekkers who visit Patara walk the Lycian way to Delikkemer via the aqueduct, few people take the long way round, via Vali point.  In some ways this is not the best of treks due to the prevalence of trekking on the forest roads, the views that you are...

December 31, 2017

Sidyma is one of our favorite ancient cities, of the innumerable numbers of ancient remains in Turkey.  The city itself is nestled among st the picturesque hamlet of Hisar, a sub village of Dodurga, Western Lycia.

 The situation of Sidyma is a very defensive spot nestle...

December 14, 2017

The telephone alarm wakes me at 07:00, pitch darkness, driving rain battering our terracotta roof tiles. The close rumble of thunder.  Lets get out of bed and go trekking!  If just to prove that trekking in Lycia is a year round activity, up I get,  ready the water pro...

November 26, 2017

The south coast of Turkey differs from the western Aegean coast in that while the Aegean is made up of lines of hill perpendicular to the sea, with the warm maritime air drifting up the valleys far inland, on the southern coast, the mountain run parallel to the sea, ma...

November 19, 2017

Lycia, known by the Hittites as the Land of Light (Lukka - Lux in Latin)ends it's long hot summer with a spectacular storm, bringing much needed water to the parched soil.  The first storm usually comes in October always accompanied by spectacular fork lightening and t...

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