With a rich historical and archaeological sites, sandy beaches, and several activities to do, Turkey has so much to offer her visitors. Turkey is like a mosaic made up of many different reliefs and formations: parallel mountain ranges, extinct volcanoes, plateaux fissured by valleys and plains.Magneficent mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and grottoes are some of the some of the reasons for tourists to folk Turkey every year. Istanbul is a vast city and straddles Europe and Asia, with the line of demarcation being the massive Bosporus Strait. Anatalya, Marmaris, Black Sea, Anatolia and Pamukkale have a lot of hidden treasure for visitors to surprise them with their unique charm. Turkey provides you every chance to enjoy.
Well-organised, spotless and orderly, this nation has a squeaky clean reputation which makes it a delight for honeymooners to discover. Turkey has something for everyone to offer, its natural and manmade wonders offer a perfect ambiance for honeymooners to spend quality time with their partners.
Turks have a great cuisine, infamous baths, rich traditions associated with tea and coffee, evil eye pendants, high quality towels and bathrobes, traditional rugs, whirling dervishes, nargile and of course Turkish delight. Various activities like river rafting, skiing, scuba diving, cruising, trekking, hot air ballooning and even camel wrestling can be experienced here in Turkey. You can travel thousands of years back in time at the historical sites, or enjoy the works of nature. In Cappadocia, honeymooners can get luxurious accommodation in a selection of romantically lit luxury cave hotels, draped in silks, woven handicrafts and traditional Anatolian flourishes.Turkey is undeniably a destination that appeals to the romantic in all of us. But the truth is that when love-struck couples are together, every experience can be a romantic one. So, hand in hand, head off into a brilliant Turkish sunset together to make your own memories.
Things to consider
Turkey has a Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunshine, mild temperatures and a limited amount of rainfall. Temperatures in Turkey vary from season to season and from region to region.
Best Season: April-May & September-October
Summers: mid-June to mid-September
Winters: November to March
Monsoons: April to mid-June