Aconcagua

Wild Women on Top had the most extra ordinary expedition to Mt Aconcagua with World Expeditions! Angel Armesto's passion, experience, commitment and ability to guide safely on a challenging high altitude expedition was superb. Thanks for connecting us with such a remarkable man on such a fantastic adventure.

Di Westaway | Wild Women On Top, Australia
 
 

Black Sea and Cappadocia

There is plenty of spice in this itinerary that traces Istanbul to the Black Sea and into Turkey's exquisite Cappadocia. A smorgasbord of Istanbuls' best historic sites sets the tone for this remarkable journey that travels east to Amasra, where we'll enjoy the old town. But it is at Safranbolu where we are mesmerised by the well preserved Ottoman era houses and architecture together with mosques, fountains and Turkish baths. Along the Black Sea our journey takes in Sinop with its old castle and Amasya, famed for its apple orhards, poets and the tombs of Pontus Kings. Spilling further historic intrigue are Bogazkale, the ancient capital of the Hittite Empire till the late 13th century BC. Leaving this behind we travel into the heart of Turkey to the fascinating region of Cappadocia with its rock hewn landscapes where chimneys, churches and scenic valleys characterise the area. Following some day walks that will immerse us in the natural landscapes and to observe quaint villages, we fly from Kayseri to Istanbul.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Istanbul
DAYS 2/3 Exploring Istanbul
DAY 4 Amasra
DAY 5 Safranbolu and Kastamonu
DAY 6 Sinop on the Black Sea
DAY 7 Amasya
DAY 8 Bogazkale
DAY 9 Yozgat to Cappadocia via Kayseri
DAYS 10/11 /12 Cappadocia, including walks
DAY 13 Drive to Kayseri, fly to Istanbul
DAY 14 In Istanbul, trip concludes

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Trip Code: BST
Trip Grading: Discovery & Cruising
Duration:  14 days
Activities:  Adventure Touring Day Walking
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Next Trip:  04 May 2014
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price: $2,660.00 USD

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