General

Bosphorus Cruise The best way to see the Bosphorus in all its beauty is to take a boat trip. This is the waterway connecting the Black sea to the Marmara, and dividing Istanbul into two continents. It’s sure to be a night you’ll remember for a lifetime. A Memorable night once in a life, between two continents…. Don’t forget your camera!
Your tour will start from your hotel. You will be transferred from your hotel to our boat by our non-smoking and air-conditioned shuttle buses. When you sit your table appetizers will be brought and you will commence your wonderful night with it. And then smiling our waiters will take your order. Main course contains from 3 different options such as grilled sea bass, grilled meatballs and grilled chicken.

Highlights :

  • Have dinner between 2 continents
  • Watch Turkish Folk team performances from different region of Turkey
  • Dance with international Dj Musics
  • Drink Unlimited Local Drinks and Alcohol
  • Taste Turkish Tradational Baklava and Turkish coffee
  • By the time dinner is over, the show will start with dance of tambourine and will be followed by Asuk Masuk (Asuk Masuk is an imitation Play of Dwarfs)
  • Naz Eyleme ( A Traditional Turkish Melody Musical Performance)
  • Belly Dancer
  • Henna Ceremony (Bride ceremony before wedding)
  • Folk Team (Mixed show from different regions of Tukey)
  • Live Dj Performance

Package Includes :

  • Non-Alcoholic Drinks
  • Dinner
  • Tickets
  • Transport

Conditions :

  • Minimum 2pax required for the tour
  • Child 3-11 years at 15% off
  • Infant below 2years free of charge

Timings :

  • 07:00 – 11:00PM

Available departures

Unfortunately, no places are available on this tour at the moment

Istanbul

IstanbulIstanbul is a major city in Turkey that straddles Europe and Asia across the Bosphorus Strait. Its Old City reflects cultural influences of the many empires that once ruled here. In the Sultanahmet district, the open-air, Roman-era Hippodrome was for centuries the site of chariot races, and Egyptian obelisks also remain. The iconic Byzantine Hagia Read more