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​Devrim Çınaroğlu, born in 1975, has always kept his passion for nature alive with his interests such as scouting, camping, mountain biking and paragliding. His love of nature continues with on-road and off-road riding experiences.


He is an EHAVK-Paragliding Team Instructor, IAM-Rider and CoreTeam-Offroad Team Member.​


Ride Anatolia routes are planned with his personal experiences and are being ridden under his leadership

Altınbeşik Cave
Boat Trip


The largest below-surface lake cave in Turkey. Its estimated arms reach 2200 meters. The depth of the lake reaches 15 meters in some regions. Altınbeşik Cave is suitable for visiting in summer and autumn. Since the water level of the cave rises in winter and spring, it is closed to visitors.

Salt Lake Ride

It meets 60 percent of Turkey's salt needs and is the second largest and shallowest lake in the country. The decayed and cracked soils of the lake located between Konya, Aksaray and Ankara attract attention.

Kemaliye Dark Canyon Pass

The Stone Road, the construction of which began in 1870, was completed in 2002 as a result of the 132-year work of the local people who carved the impassable cliffs of the Dark Canyon with primitive tools.

The length of the road is 8520 meters in total, 4722 meters tunnel, 3798 meters as a dirt road.

Halfeti Boat Trip


Halfeti, which is also known as the "Lost City" with its stone architecture under the waters of Euphrates River, is a resort to where local and foreign tourists show great interest.

Only 20% of the old city is above the water and is possible to visit by boat.

Adventures of Mesopotamia Tour

Ölüdeniz Paragliding Flight

Babadag towering above Oludeniz on the Southwest coast of Turkey is a geological marvel that makes for incredible thermals and ideal conditions for paragliding flight.

Oludeniz is reputedly the best site in Europe, if not the world, to fly paragliders cross-country in both solo and tandem modes.



With coastlines along the Mediterranean and Aegean seas, travelers to Turkey are somewhat spoilt for choice. Long, unbroken stretches of sand, peninsulas, and bays where the mountains give way to the sea from the southern coast of Turkey.

We help you find the very best of Turkey's awe-inspiring beaches, and tell you about how to get there and what local amenities are on offer.

Pamukkale Balloon Tour


Pamukkale Hot Air Balloon is a one-hour magical flight over some of the most spectacular scenery you will ever witness anywhere in the world. 
Only the occasional burst from the hot air unit breaks the silence as you behold the sunrise proclaiming the birth of a brand new day. It will take your breath away with the sheer beauty and magnificence of the occasion



Turkey is known for its charming nature, green forests, towering mountains and magnificent waterfalls.

The soothing sounds of waterfalls amidst the majestic mountains is a perfect experience for the mind and soul. Millions of people from around the world visit Turkey to witness the beauty of its waterfalls.

Adventures of Mediterranean Tour


Cappadocia Chimneys

It's a 60-million-year-old geological wonder on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Volcanic lava and ash accumulated on the plateau formed a soft layer of tuff. The basalt cracked and fell to pieces. The rains began to seep through the cracks and erode the soft tuff. Warming and cooling air and winds also participated in the formation. Thus, cones with hats were formed from hard basalt rock. The people gave these different and interesting shaped rocks a name: "Fairy chimney"


Mount Nemrut

Mount Nemrut is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The mausoleum of Antiochus I (69–34 B.C.), who reigned over Commagene, a kingdom founded north of Syria and the Euphrates after the breakup of Alexander's empire, is one of the most ambitious constructions of the Hellenistic period. The syncretism of its pantheon, and the lineage of its kings, which can be traced back through two sets of legends, Greek and Persian, is evidence of the dual origin of this kingdom's culture.


City of Mardin

Mardin, which is located between the Cultural Heritages of UNESCO with its stone houses, narrow streets, is the first city to think of when it comes to an authentic, mystical, historical and cultural tour route.

The city of Mardin has witnessed a mix of races, religions and languages for centuries. Turks, Kurds, Arabs, Yazidis, Armenians live here, speaking their own languages. The difference of faith, race and language differences, did not create a barrier between them.

Gem Destinations of Mesopotamia Tour


Göbeklitepe Ancient Site

Göbeklitepe, on the UNESCO World Heritage List, is one of the most important discoveries in the history of archaeology. A magnificent work of people, who lived a hunter-gatherer life 12,000 years ago, without using machines, based only on manpower.

Göbeklitepe has refuted the thesis that "nomadic communities have learned agriculture and later moved to settled life", which has been taught in history classes for many years.


Village of Harran

Harran, on the UNESCO World Heritage List, is located at an important geographical and cultural crossroads. Between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers and at the border between the ancient Mesopotamian and Anatolian cultures. The earliest known settlements in the region surrounding Harran date back to 10000–8000 BC.

Gastro Points 

Turkey is a crossroads between Europe, Asia, and the Orient. The unique geographic location and the migration of Turks from Central Asia to Europe have shaped the culinary identity over the centuries.
The great diversity of fauna and flora in Turkey also contributed to a great variety of regional cuisines. Enjoy their manifold tastes.


Ephesus Ancient City

It's a 8.000-year-old city on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The city was famous in its day for the nearby "Temple of Artemis" (completed around 550 BC), which has been designated one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Its many monumental buildings included the Library of Celsus and a theatre capable of holding 24,000 spectators.


House of the Virgin Mary

It is known that John brought Virgin Mary to Ephesus 4 or 6 years after the death of Jesus. In 1891, the Lazarist priests, upon the dream of the German nun A. Katherina Emerich, discovered that the house where the Virgin Mary spent her last days was at the end of this research. This event is a new invention in the world of Christianity and shed light on the world of religion. This structure was cross-planned and then restored. The house is considered sacred by Muslims, Pope VI. After Paul's visit in 1967, the rites are held on the 15th day of August every year, and these rituals attract great attention.


Sagalassos Anciet Site

The ancient site of Sagalassos under the UNESCO World Heritage List is located on the hillside of Mount Taurus mountain range. The site covers an area of 2.5 kilometers by 1.5 kilometers at an altitude between 1750 meters, being one of the largest and highest archaeological sites in Turkey.
After some major earthquakes in the 6th and 7th centuries, its inhabitants left the city and settled in the valley and lived there until the 12th century, then Sagalassos disappeared. 
The city has many tombs carved into the rocks, a library decorated with floor mosaics, Heroon, Odeon (small theater), Bouleterion (city council), temples, baths, agoras (marketplaces), and monumental fountains which are also intact or restore

Gem Destinations of Mediterranean Tour


Hierapolis Ancient Site

The archaeological site was added as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.
Hierapolis was originally a Phrygian cult centre of the Anatolian mother goddess of Cybele and later a Greek city. Its location was centred upon the remarkable and copious hot springs in classical Phrygia in southwestern Anatolia. Its extensive remains are adjacent to modern Pamukkale in Turkey.
The hot springs have been used as a spa since at least the 2nd century BC. Many patrons retired or died there as evidenced by the large necropolis filled with tombs. The most famous is Marcus Aurelius Ammianos, which bears a relief depicting the earliest known example of a crank and rod mechanism. And the Tomb of Philip the Apostle.


Travertine of Pamukkale

Pamukkale sinter terraces were added as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988.
Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, is a natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey. The area is famous for a carbonate mineral left by the flowing of thermal spring water.
This area has been drawing visitors to its thermal springs since the time of classical antiquity. The Turkish name refers to the surface of the shimmering, snow-white limestone, shaped over millennia by calcite-rich springs. Dripping slowly down the mountainside, mineral-rich waters collect in and cascade down the mineral terraces, into pools below.



Aspendos Roman Theatre, added in 2015 to the UNESCO World Heritage List, is a beautifully preserved Ancient Roman site in Turkey. In fact, it seems to be almost completely intact.
Once called Belkis, Aspendos was founded by the Hittites. Aspendos was a thriving ancient city and important to the politics of the Pamphylian region. In 333 B.C. Alexander the Great conquered the city. The stunning theater was then constructed by the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius (161-180 AD) who ordered its great theater to be built. Still used for performances today, the theater really allows you to imagine what it was like to attend a dramatic performance in Roman times. The ruined city of Aspendos includes a substantial aqueduct, agora, basilica, and stadium.

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