price from $MYR12,740

The Black Sea, also known as the Euxine Sea, is one of the major water bodies and a famous inland sea of the world. This marginal sea of the Atlantic Ocean, located between Eastern Europe and Western Asia, has become legendary for a long period of time. Ancient mariners regarded the Black sea as a difficult body of water to navigate since its shores were inhabited by savage tribes. However, as time passed, the image of the Black Sea, as one of the most difficult water bodies to navigate, has changed. As home to the rich and beautiful collection of flora and fauna and more than ten small islands, the Black Sea has now emerged as one of the popular tourist attractions of the world.
Eastern Turkey is an incredibly beautiful, diverse, vibrant and fascinating place to explore. Most people who travel to Turkey tend to stick to the western half of the country. With its broad vistas and dramatic, spare scenery, Eastern Turkey is like one vast national park.


Package price based on group : *MYR12,740 per person
16 Days 14 Nights 

*Price is subject to change due to currency exchange


• International & domestic flight
• Full Board where applicable
• 2 nights hotel in Istanbul
• 2 nights hotel in Amasya
• 3 nights hotel in Trabzon
• 1 night hotel in Erzurum
• 2 nights hotel in Mardin
• 2 nights hotel in Urfa
• 2 nights hotel in Gaziantep
• Tips to Guide & Driver


• Travel Insurance through out the tour
• All covid related expenses

*Clients are advised to purchase the travel insurance of your choice, at least one week prior departure from the home country.


Day 1, 14 Sep: KLIA to Doha / Istanbul

Day 1, 14 Sep: KLIA to Doha / Istanbul
• Meet and checkin for flight to Istanbul on Qatar Airways QR853 ETD 0245 (15/9/22)

Day 2, 15 Sep: Arrival into Istanbul

• Arrives Istanbul, meet and greet with your guide, transfer to hotel.
• Rest at hotel until dinner time.
• Dinner at a lovely restaurant.
• Overnight in İstanbul.
• Meals:L/ D

Day 3, 16 Sep: Istanbul to Amasya

• Fly to city of Samsun, the historical city where war of independence started in 1919.
• Visit Bandirma Boat once used by Ataturk from Istanbul to Samsun.
• Next stop is a cable car ride to Amisos Hill.
• After visiting the city centre, a 2hour drive to Amasya.
• Check into hotel and overnight in Amasya.
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 4, 17 Sep: Amasya City Tour

• After lunch, a city tour of Amasya, a province distinct both with its natural structure and holds its own historical values.
• It was the homeland of the famous geographer Strabo. Located in a narrow cleft of the Yesilirmak (Iris) river, its history dates back 3000 years through
many civilizations that left priceless remains.
• The ruins of the citadel, shelters 2000year old waterchannels, 1000year old bridges, an ancient mental hospital, an Ottoman Palace and a secret underground passageway.
• Dinner and overnight in Amasya.
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 5, 18 Sep: Amasya to Trabzon

• After breakfast, depart for Trabzon. When the Roman Empire was divided into two at the end of the 4th century, Trabzon remained under the sovereignty of
the Eastern Roman Empire which later on was called as Byzantine Empire. When relations and wars between the Byzantines and the Arabs started, the Arabs called the people under the Roman Sovereignty as Rum, and the areas under the Roman sovereignty as Diyar-I Rum or Memleket-ul Rum (land of Rums).
• On the way, will pass Ordu City which is one of green city which is well known for their Macadamia nut
• Dinner and overnight in Trabzon.
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 6, 19 Sep: Uzungöl Tour

• Day begins with visit to the Tea Factory, with briefing on the production from the tea specialists.
• Then visit the Sürmene Knife factory outlet, wonderful time shopping.
• Continue journey along the scenic Solaklı Valley before arriving into Uzungöl.
• Free time until 17:00.
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 7, 20 Sep: Ayder Highland Tour

• Visit a clothing factory, a major supply for all of Turkey.
• Firtina Valley, known as Storm Valley, This river is extremely beautiful and elegant old Ottoman bridges ubiquitously constructed.
• At Ayder, lunch is served amidst stunning mountain surroundings.Then a tour of Zilkale Castle perched on the mountain top.
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 8, 21 Sep: Trabzon to Erzurum

• A 4hour drive to the famous historical city Erzurum.
• View the double minaret madrasah, Hatuniye Madrasa, a Seljuk work that has become the symbol of Erzurum: the Ulu Mosque, the first and most important example of the Seljuk Mosque-i Kebirs, which was used as a food warehouse during the reign of Sultan Murat IV.
• Proceed to the Old Erzurum house, an Ethnographic Museum, and then the Lala Pasha Mosque, one of the rare works of Mimar Sin an in Anatolia, and the
Yakutiye Madrasa, one of the most beautiful examples of the Seljuk period Madrasa structures
• Overnight in Erzurum.
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 9, 22 Sep: Erzurum to Mardin via Diyarbakır

• Drive to Diyarbakır, the largest city of eastern turkey. See Diyarbakir City Walls, the 2nd longest wall after the Great Wall of China.
• Stopover at the Great Mosque, recognised as the fifth Harem-i Şerif in the Islamic world. After the conquest of Diyarbakir by the Islamic armies, the largest Christian temple in the province, the Mar-Tama Church, was converted into a mosque in 639. It was repaired in 1091 during the time of the Great Selcuk Sultan Meliksah. After tour drive to Mardin city.
• Overnight in Mardin
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 10, 23 Sep: Mardin Tour

• Depart for Deyrulzafaran Monastery , the residence of the Municipal of Mardin. Throughout 630 years, prayers echoed in the language of Jesus on the walls
of this ancient Monastery
• Visit to Dara Ancient City (the dungeon, necropolis, cisterns, agora, bridge and the ramparts). Dara is a silent witness during the period of Alexander
the Great to the southeast of Anatolia. In Midyat, enter Mor Gabriel Deyrulumur Monastery , which whose history dates back 1600 years. Later in the day tour of the Guest House Hercai. Proceed to Midyat Bazaar for Almond Candy, Silver, Filigree Jewelery, Spices,Walnut Sausage etc
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 11, 24 Sep: Mardin to Sanlıurfa

• Drive to Urfa city also known in ancient times as Edessa, the birth place of the Prophet Abraham with his birth-cave, mosques, beautiful gardens and the
holy pool of Abraham in the center of the city. The citadel of the town is spectacular where the prophet was thrown into the fire by Nimrod.
• After lunch, explore the highlight of town; Sipahi (Cavalry) Covered Bazaar where traditional handicrafts and small textile workshops are still surviving.
• Overnight in Urfa
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 12, 25 Sep: Urfa Tour

• Drive to Harran to see Beehive-Shaped houses, which are perfectly adapted to the hot climate. Harran’s name is in the Old Testament with Prophet
Abraham resided for some years prior his journey to the Promised Land. Visit the ancient city walls and gates along with the other places. Later, drive back to
town and visit the famous GOBEKLI TEPE, a site which is 6000 years older than PYRAMIDS, 8000 years older than STONE HENGE. It is believed that this is the place the earliest existing art forms and settlements of ancient days.
• Overnight in Sanliurfa.
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 13, 26 Sep : Urfa to Gaziantep

• Proceed to the famous gastronomi city Gaziantep, in particular the castle and old bazaar to see several tradional handicrafts from South Eastern Turkey.
• Highlights – indulging the many famous cuisines of Gaziantep.
• Overnight in Gaziantep.
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 14, 27 Sep: Gaziantep Tour

• The first stop on the tour is to view and learn about the Zeugma Antique site, where many beautiful mosaics were excavated and moved to Gaziantep’s Zeugma Mosaics Museum. After viewing what remains out of the water.
• Proceed to the Bald Ibis Sanctuary. This sanctuary offers home and shelter for this species of Ibis whose numbers have dwindled. However, thanks to the
work in building the aviaries, the population have risen to have over 100 breeding pairs.
• Head down to the town of Halfeti, partially submerged, it offers a panaromic sights. Halfeti has the main harbour for the lake that was built through the creation of the dam. The boat tour in Halfeti has become more popular as the number of tourists visiting the partially submerged old Halfeti has increased as well. Look out for the Black Rose of Halfeti.
• After lunch, depart for Rumkale to take a traditional boat tour to the ancient castle city of Hromla which now stands surrounded by water from the man-made
lake after its construction. This position was strategically important when first built by the Assyrians. The city is considered a sacred place due to St. John the Apostle is supposed to have made copies of the new testament and hidden them in the castle walls.
• Overnight in Gaziantep.
• Meals: B/L/D

Day 15, 28 Sep : Gaziantep to Istanbul

• Fly into İstanbul
• Drive to the airport for flight to Doha /KLIA on
• QR240 IST/DOH ETD 1320 /ETA 1720
• QR 844 DOH/KUL ETD 1935/0825
• Meals: B

Day 16, 29 Sep: KLIA

• ETA 0825