Dmaxtour, the new address for discovering with confidence, offers a choice of semester holiday tour options within the framework of pandemic measures. Within the scope of travel restrictions imposed by the pandemic, travelers prefer daily tours by road or one-night tours during the semester break. While those who want a ski holiday head to Dmaxtour's Uludağ and Kartalkaya tours, one-night accommodation Cappadocia, Safranbolu-Amasra and daily Sapanca-Maşukiye are among the most preferred tours.
Fabulous Nature and Fantastic Hobbit Houses
Dmaxtour daily “Sapanca-Maşukiye, Ormanya Hobbit Houses” tour, which starts with the Sapanca Lake view, is a route where you can have a pleasant time during the semester break. Within the scope of the tour, there is a waterfall trip in Maşukiye and the opportunity to participate in different activities in Kartepe Adventure Park. The guests, if they wish, can take a hike and throw away the negative energy in their body in the company of unique landscapes. with 100 m2 and 185 meters high with a glass of Turkey's largest cruise holidaymakers on the terrace overlooking Lake Sapanca charms.
One of the most interesting stops of the tour is Ormanya, a natural life park built on an area of 4 thousand decares, which was formerly known as Uzuntarla Nature Park and was reconstructed. Many species of animals such as red deer, gazelle, roe deer, squirrel and wolf continue their generations in their natural habitats in the park, which includes 53 animal and plant species from 467 different species. Fantastic Hobbit Houses, which are famous for films such as 'The Lord of the Rings' and '' Hobbits '' in the forest, can be visited and photographed. After the forest tour, there is the opportunity to see Ters House, which amazes its visitors, as an extra.
Safranbolu Amasra Tour
Dmaxtour's Safranbolu-Amasra tour with one night accommodation is a nice alternative for a semester break for those who love history and nature. After visiting Abant Lake and Abant Nature Museum, guests can take a walk, and those who wish can take an extra ride by bicycle, phaeton or horse.
Safranbolu, which is known as the museum city protected by UNESCO and preserving the traces of Ottoman and Greek common life, has many places to explore. You can enjoy the unique view on Hıdırlık Hill, where the government mansion and the clock tower can be seen panoramically. Passing through the cobblestone streets that make Safranbolu live for its guests, Yemenis, Saddlers, Textile Manufacturers, Blacksmiths, Bakircilar Arastalari, Cinci Inn and Bath, Izzet Mehmet Pasha Mosque, Akçasu Canyon, Köprülü Mehmet Pasha Mosque and sundial in its courtyard are among the places to see. In Safranbolu, which is famous for its mansions and delights, Kaymakamlar Mansion, which is the most beautiful travel house, gives the feeling of being in a time tunnel while visiting. While getting information about Turkish delight at the famous Turkish delight shop of the historical city, it is also possible to taste and shop from delicious Turkish delights.
Crystal Terrace, which is 80 meters high and 11 meters wide, on Tokatlı Canyon, is one of the most interesting places of the visitors. The return of the glass terrace, Yörükköyü, an old village of Bektashi, and the harem and selamlık sections of the twin Sipahioğlu Konakları are among the places to visit.
Afterwards, the Black Sea, named after a Persian princess Amastris over Bartın, has the unique beauties of Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror. It is passed to Amasra, which he asks (The Eye of the World). Here, Kemere Bridge, Fatih Church Mosque, Chapel, Sormagir Gate, Dungeons, Peace Stream Statue, Genoese Reliefs and Attractors Bazaar are the main works to see here, which connects a small island to the mainland.
Two Full-Day Ski Holidays
Uludağ and Kartalkaya, the most popular addresses of skiing in our country, are indispensable stops for the semester break. Within the scope of Dmaxtour's ski tours, travelers are informed about the mountain and places to visit after reaching the Uludağ hotels area. Afterwards, the guests can breathe the mountain air and walk, play snowballs or go sledding. Ski sets can be rented from the contracted ski house and skiing is possible throughout the day. Those who do not prefer any of these options can get on the chair lift and climb to the eagle's nest and enjoy the view with hot drinks. There is also the opportunity to enjoy barbecued sausage bread accompanied by mountain air.
Kartalkaya, which is one of the favorite ski routes especially for those living in Istanbul, is a closer option for those who prefer to ski during the semester break. In this tour, after reaching the Kartalkaya hotels area and informing them, the pleasure of hiking, snowballing and sledding begins. Those who want to also find the opportunity to rent ski kits and ski to the fullest from the contracted ski house.
Cappadocia is Better in Winter
Those who want to experience world cultural heritage Cappadocia in the winter with magnificent snowy landscapes prefer Dmaxtour's one-night Cappadocia tour. Ihlara Valley, Melendiz River, Avanos, Derinkuyu Underground City, Paşabağı, Develi Valley are among the fascinating places to visit.
After the panoramic tour in Ürgüp, known as Prokopia in the period when the Greeks lived, the capped fairy chimneys, one of the symbols of Cappadocia, are visited by passing by the mansion where the Asmalı Konak series were shot.
Adventurous travelers can join the extra organized balloon, balloon watching, ATV or Camel Safari Tour. Within the scope of the tour, after the Onyx Stone Workshop visit in Avanos, the Pigeon Valley with its magnificent view is visited. At this point where the Uçhisar Castle and pigeon nests will be seen panoramically, it is possible to taste the delicious snacks and dried fruits of the region. Göreme Open Air Museum, located in Göreme Valley, formerly known as Korama, is visited. Elmalı Church, Yılanlı Church, Barbara Church, refectory, kitchen, cellar and Tokalı Church, where the Bible is depicted from beginning to end, are places to see in the museum. The tour also goes to Hacıbektaş district, where the Mausoleum of Hacıbektaş-ı Veli, who was born in Khorasan and was also a Piri of the Janissaries, and the Hacı Bektaş-i Veli Museum.