No trip is currently scheduled.
If you are interested, please share your details in enquiry form below and we will get back to you
Merhaba! One of the most endearing, most unique and beautiful countries – Turkey is definitely a delight. Commence your journey in the only city which is a part of two continents – Europe & Asia. Yes, we are talking about the one & only – Istanbul! It’s an excellent blend of contemporary & ancient architecture. Not to forget, has a WILD nightlife! It is one of the most versatile and visited cities in the World.
On to Cappadocia – one of Turkey’s most popular natural wonders. You must have definitely seen the gorgeous hot air balloons floating in the air- probably one of the most picturesque sights in the World.
Head to Antalya next, a beautiful beach destination. Here, you can chase waterfalls, historical remains and of course the famous cotton castle! Pamukkale (Turkish for cotton castle) is known for its mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down white travertine terraces.
What’s more to Turkey? Delicious food – shawarmas, Turkish delight, Meze, Baklava, and sooo much more!
Backpack to Turkey and gift yourself one of the best experiences on Earth!
Our recommended accommodations are centrally located, highly recommended hostels. These hostels are neat, clean and a great place to meet fellow travellers. Most have full service kitchens, Laundromats, apart from internet facilities and safe deposit lockers.
We will assist you on the intercity travel which will be either by high-speed trains, flights or by road.
** Get in touch with us for a more detailed itinerary.
BACKPACK TO TURKEY
Recommended itinerary includes 3 nights in Istanbul, 2 nights in Cappadocia, Day trip to Pamukkale and 3 nights in Antalya.
Get in touch with us on
+91-9820027737 for a detailed itinerary and some special offers!
Guess what?? Turks introduced coffee to Europe
Turkish Delight, or lokum, is one of the oldest sweets in world history, dating back 500 years.
The turkey bird is called hindi in the country of Turkey because they believe it originated in India