İstanbul Sightseeing Tours
FLIGHT & TOUR TO GALLIPOLLI
Minimum 4 passengers' participation is required for this flight.
 
Price per Adult
1699,00
Price per Child (8-10)
1699,00
Price per Child (0-7)
1699,00
* Child discounts are valid when sharing the same room with parents or two older children.
 
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Tour Program

  

This tour includes:

 

-  Private transfer from your Istanbul hotel to our heliport  ;

-  70 minute helicopter flight to Çanakkale  Heliport ;

- 120 min.guided tour of Gallipoli War Museum,Anzac Cove,Lone pine & Cemeteries;

-  A private English speaking tour guide,a minivan will be at your service for this Battlefield Park visit at Gallipoli Peninsula.

- For 120 minutes the chopper will wait for you there free of charge ;

- 70 minute flight back to Istanbul to our heliport;

- Your transfer back to the hotel;

- Landing fees at departure and arrival for both which are our own heliports.

 

( For a different heliport the landing fee + airport service fees will be added as an extra cost )

 

Note : Minimum 4 passengers' participation is required for this flight.   

 

( Or you can pay for ALL THE 4 seats to take a PRIVATE  depart ).

 

FOR CREDIT CARD PAYEMENTS WE WILL SEND TO YOU A LEGAL INVOICE WITH + % 18 V.A.T (STATE TAXE).

 

 


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Number of messages :4
Date of Creation :26.3.2018
Brian Fitzgerald
11.9.2018 12:28:24
We did the trip from Istanbul to the Gallipoli Peninsular and back - and got dropped back to our hotel an hour ago.
Emre, owner of the business, was our guide. Firstly, the company, and Emre in particular, were very professional while maintaining a very relaxed attitude throughout the trip. The helicopter flight is just over an hour and takes in some breathtaking scenery and certainly gives a different perspective of Istanbul and the Turkish countryside.
Once we landed we had 3 and a half hours in a luxury airconditioned people-mover to visit the new museum, view most of the sites of the Gallipoli battles and visit the memorials and cemeteries.
The information supplied by Emre was first class and he gave a very balanced view of the conflict.
He also found the time to stop for a quick picnic lunch beside the sea and to finish with a refreshing beer before we headed back to Istanbul.
In between time Emre, very generously gifted us two copies of Farewell, a Turkish Officers diary of the Gallipoli Campaign, and a few very relevant maps.
I certainly recommend this trip to others, New Zealanders and Australians in particular.

Brian Fitzgerald