Daily Excursions, Trips and Tours

for detailed information on excursions, e.g. dates, prices, availability and for booking with a local travel agency, visit tours.

Beware of Cheap and Dirty Tricks of some Tour Operater Reps :


Let's have a look at Excursions of Tour Operators such as First Choice, Thomson and similar. Some Tour Operators such as First Choice, TUI, most of their Excursions based on visiting Shopping Centres. Most Trips includes Carpet and Jewellery Centre visits so they can charge after your shopping in these places up to 30% commission behind your back.

You will be spending, if not by force, more then an Hour in these carpet-jewellery places instead then being out and doing some sight-seeing. Once you are there under whatever reason, you will be offered drinks, and soon you will be approached by professional sales staff who will convince you to spend your money.

Say you agreed to purchase that carpet or jewellery you always wanted. When you swipe your credit card, you can be sure that up to 30 per cent of the money you have spent, shared between the guide, travel agency, person who booked your ticket and including the driver with the smallest percentage.

You wanted to take your family, friends or your other half for a lovely day out, to see some places, not for a surprise shopping visit. What would you call this, rip-off? Yes, me too.

Cheap Tricks of Reps :

During the Welcome Cocktail meetings or one-to-one chats, they will tell you all sort of nasty stuff about the local agencies to book you.

Reps will tell you that Local Agencies do not have relevant insurance and they do not turn up to pick up clients etc.

It is a BIG LIE. Don't fall in this trap. Every local travel agent does have all required licenses and is a member of the association of Turkish Travel Agencies (TURSAB) this is equal to ABTA in the UK. All vehicles operate on behalf of Local T. Agents are holding all required licenses and are fully insured and Airconditioned.

Holidaymakers staying at the HILTON HOTEL DALAMAN SARIGERME RESORT AND SPA are in an even worse situation when it comes to booking excursions via the Hotel. These guests will be passed on to a local agency and charged if not double by the hotel staff for a quick buck. To avoid this, do not book it via the Hotel Staff. Be warned.


Facebook pages have been set up by some people, not known to the public who they are, obviously someone who lives in the area or visits the area regularly.

This "paid" Troll's main duty is to divert the visitors to a specific company or shop and make them think that these are the only reliable company or shops to spend their money with. These Trolls have a financial gain out of this agreement. Refer the visitors to me and get something in return. It is not that hard to figure it out, to be honest with you.

The truth is far from it. To start with, there are many other companies or shops in the village or nearby area who offer similar, same, even better service or products. So, my note to you is; please ignore the referral scum as I call it, and go with anyone you do think their services are fit for your requirements.


Local Travel Agents are locally owned family-run businesses and are the acknowledged experts in tours and activities in the region.

For detailed information on excursions, e.g. dates, prices, availability and for booking with a local tour company, visit excursions

By purchasing online, you have the convenience of your excursions being pre-booked, and pick up, drop-off service included.


  • 12 Island Boat Trip (is a must)
  • Private Boat Hire if you are a group or can afford
  • Dalyan Mudbaths
  • Turkish Bath

    In my opinion, there are two trips where the little ones can enjoy.

  • 12 ISLAND Boat trip is a must if your kid enjoys swimming. All-day long in crystal clear waters swimming with BBQ, plenty space for kids
  • Full day DALYAN MUDBATH Trip, is ideal for any age. Constant changing scenery keeps everyone occupied. Different stuff to do such as getting into the mud, seeing the little turtles, species of birds, stopping at the beach. Also, guides are trying to show you even big turtles (depending on the boat traffic) and some live crabs. Kids can steer the Boat where possible. Boats are shady and specious to accommodate Buggies and Pushchairs for Babies and toddlers, plenty breaks in between.

  • Question: Do we get picked up from our Hotel?

    Answer: Yes, you will be picked up from your Hotel

    Question: Are drinks included on excursions with our meals?

    Answer: Drinks not included.

    Question: Can I take the pushchair with me?

    Answer: Yes, there is always space on board or Bus.

    Question: We are a large group, can we arrange a private tour?

    Answer: Yes

    Question: What currency can I pay with?

    Answer: You can pay with Sterling, Euro, Dolar, Turkish Lira

    Question: Can I pay with debit or credit card

    Answer: Yes, you can BUT BE AWARE OF -Your-BANK CHARGES

    Question: I have a query regarding excursions you provide, can you answer?

    Answer: By all means, do not hesitate to contact. I will be happy to her from you. After all I try to make money by selling

    Note to tour operators :

    Do you wish to comment on the above article? Or want to correct any information on this page, then please do not hesitate to contact!




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