Fitness & Sailing Adventure Tours In Turkey

Explore the depths of history and beauty around coastal Turkey

Blue Voyage

September 2 - 9 2023

Blue Voyage

Sailing through Turkey

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Sailing arond this up-and-coming coastal paradise is the hidden gem trip of dreams that you've been looking for.

Turkey

Next Best Thing

Watch out, Croatia and Greece, because has arrived on the scene. This has been a popular destination for those “in-the-know” for quite some time, but even in the craze of the high season, you can still find corners of peace. From its historical castles and shining ports to its local cafes and quaint cobblestone streets, you heard it here first; Turkey is where it’s at.

Med Vibes -- Minus the Crowds

Santorini isn’t the only place you can find white-plastered buildings and cute cobbled backstreets. Many coastal towns in Turkey have the same dreamy vibes with a fraction of the tourist numbers. You’ll get your fix of Mediterranean life with fresh food from local street markets, buzzy seaside bars, and sunsets over the Aegean, all without having to fight off everyone and their mother.

Seas the Day

Sailing the coast of Turkey is the stuff dreams are made of. Secluded beaches with calm, clear waters and warm, fine sand dot the coastline from town to town. Fishing boats anchor next to megayachts in the harbors. Luxury hotels and beach restaurants scream relaxation. It really doesn’t get much better than this.

ATTN History Lovers

If you thought Turkey was just surface-level pretty (and we don't blame you with these views), think again. The port cities that we visit also have rich historical backgrounds, from one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World to castles from the 1400s to ancient temples and places of worship. This place goes way back.

Go With The Flow

There’s no better place to combine uplifting yoga with the opportunity to experience and connect deeply with yourself than in the stunning vistas of coastal Turkey. Located on the Aegean Sea, these calm port cities and crystal waters exude peace and rejuvenation. You know that a country home to hundreds of ancient healing centers and the famous Turkish baths has got wellness down to a T. It’s the perfect backdrop for settling into your zen after nonstop days of adventure. 

Imagine climbing out of the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean, rolling out your mat, and deeply breathing in the clear air while you revel in gratitude for this beautiful life. Turkey will inspire you to find your deeper zen (and maybe get a massage while you’re at it). As you reconnect with your center while watching an incredible sunset over the ocean, you’ll realize this is one of those magical moments that will stay with you forever. 

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

What’s a little bit of yoga without some sore muscles to stretch out? Good thing Turkey is filled with historical paths for you to explore all of the hidden cultural treasures. Whether you’re in the mood for a run along the stunning port beach or a hike through the ancient ruins and cities surrounding the ports we stop at, there’s no shortage of epic things to see. 

You’ll discover the history of Turkey while trekking through the one of our favs, the Bodrum Leleg Route, the peninsula’s first marked hiking path. The route leads through the stunning nature of the coastline to the ancient settlement of Sibda, with a panoramic view at the mountaintop. We agree with Miley Cyrus -- it’s all about the climb, but a great view at the top definitely makes it more worthwhile. The further you explore the mountain paths, you’ll come across even more ancient cities filled with everything your middle school history teacher talked about. We’ve gotta grow our brains with our muscles; it’s all about balance.

Get in my belly

Turkish food is something you’re going to want to write home about. The country has been a melting pot of cultural influences over the centuries, and the cuisine reflects it. With a mix of Mediterranean and uniquely Turkish flavors, your typical meal will be filled with vegetables, meats, nuts, and all kinds of local herbs and seasonings. Spice, spice, baby. And the most important component of every meal: carbs. Bread, pastries, pita, the list is endless. The Turks eat three times their weight in bread annually -- our kind of people. The Aegean region is also famous for its olive groves and amazing oil. We may just start taking shots of this instead of tequila #healthiswealth. 

We’ve Got What You Need

With sparkling port cities surrounded by ruins from the good old days, daily yoga to recenter your body, mind, and spirit, oceans to be sailed on our very luxury boat home, extensive fitness programming by some of the best coaches in the industry, and much more included in our adventure travel experience in Turkey, there is no need for you to look further for your once-in-a-lifetime trip.

These hidden gem seaside vibes offer you the opportunity to take a step back, connect with nature, and create moments you’ll share around the dinner table for years to come. It’s a place that reminds you that there really can be more to life than the 9-to-5. And who doesn’t need a little break from reality once in a while? Join us. The seas are calling; will you answer?


HIGHLIGHTS

Ocean Hangz

Family Meals

Swimming Szn

Beach Teamwork

History Buffs

Yogis

Lifelong Friends

Class It Up

The Location

Bodrum is a city on the Bodrum Peninsula on the Aegean Sea. The city is a gateway to nearby beach towns and resorts. Famous for its stunning beaches, lavish lifestyle and nightlife, Bodrum is most famous for its impressive view from the water. The turquoise seas ad the rugged coastline contrast beautifully with the city's luxury. 

Our Accommodations

We will stay in a prime location to access all that Bodrum & the surrounding areas have to offer. The easy access to beach towns, cultural & historical sites and nightlife will create a fantastic experience. 

Money in Turkey

The lira is the official currency of Turkey. Euros are accepted in some places, but you will get a better deal using the lira. 

ATMs are widely available for withdrawing cash. However, it is recommended to do so before leaving your home country, either at your bank or a foreign exchange service. 

We suggest bringing €300 to €400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners, but otherwise, we've got you covered! 

Fuelling Our Bodies

Bodrum cuisine is inspired by Mediterranean flavors, from okra olive oil to herb salads, to baklava. Commonly used vegetables are chicory, radish leaves, zucchini flowers, eggplant and pickled cucumbers, to name a few. 

Fish is famous in Bodrum since it is so fresh & local. 

Be prepared to have your palette wowed!!

Let's Talk Water

Drinking tap water is entirely safe in Bodrum. However, it is advised to drink bottled or filtered water to avoid unnecessary risks. 

Safety in Turkey

Bodrum and surrounding areas are incredibly safe for tourists! The only significant risks we may experience are pickpockets or scammers in touristy areas. 

Our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables in, and we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

Bodrum is a city on the Bodrum Peninsula on the Aegean Sea. The city is a gateway to nearby beach towns and resorts. Famous for its stunning beaches, lavish lifestyle and nightlife, Bodrum is most famous for its impressive view from the water. The turquoise seas ad the rugged coastline contrast beautifully with the city's luxury. 

We will stay in a prime location to access all that Bodrum & the surrounding areas have to offer. The easy access to beach towns, cultural & historical sites and nightlife will create a fantastic experience. 

The lira is the official currency of Turkey. Euros are accepted in some places, but you will get a better deal using the lira. 

ATMs are widely available for withdrawing cash. However, it is recommended to do so before leaving your home country, either at your bank or a foreign exchange service. 

We suggest bringing €300 to €400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners, but otherwise, we've got you covered! 

Bodrum cuisine is inspired by Mediterranean flavors, from okra olive oil to herb salads, to baklava. Commonly used vegetables are chicory, radish leaves, zucchini flowers, eggplant and pickled cucumbers, to name a few. 

Fish is famous in Bodrum since it is so fresh & local. 

Be prepared to have your palette wowed!!

Drinking tap water is entirely safe in Bodrum. However, it is advised to drink bottled or filtered water to avoid unnecessary risks. 

Bodrum and surrounding areas are incredibly safe for tourists! The only significant risks we may experience are pickpockets or scammers in touristy areas. 

Our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables in, and we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

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