1. Full-day Dolphin Island Boat Trip with Lunch
The exuberant daily boat trip organized in and around Side offer quite nice pleasures that add value to your holiday. Sunbathing, relaxation and swimming from the boat will give you extraordinary pleasure. While sipping your drink on the terrace of our boat, you will admire the scenery you will see with a sweet breeze waving your hair. This full day joyful daily boat tour will start from Manavgat River. We will take a 40-minute boat ride from the river pier to the sea. During this journey you will see the river turtles lined up on the river bank. When our boat gets a little closer to the turtles, they will all jump into the water quickly. And while our boat is slowly traveling with music, we will pass the shipyards by the river. Very amazing and wonderful wooden boats are being built here. All the boats you see on the river were built at these shipyards. When we get to the place where the river meets the sea, we will take a break here. This place is quite interesting on one side of the sea and on the other side of the river. And you can swim in the icy water of the river or in the sea. Or you can take a walk by the beach. Or you can choose to stay in the boat. After the break at the mouth of the sea, our boat will take anchor from the pier and will slowly leave the river and go out to sea. And our boat tour starts at the sea. Depending on the weather, we will sail east or go to the ancient peninsula Side. Of course we're gonna have a swimming break on the way. And if we are lucky today, we will follow dolphins in the sea. We will also see huge sea turtles (caretta caretta) at the sea. When you cross the ancient peninsula by boat, don't forget to watch the magnificent Side view from the boat and the temple of Apollo at the end of the peninsula! If the weather is favorable, we will go from sea to east direction for about 1 hour. Again, of course we will have swimming breaks. If we go to the direction of Alanya there will be a chance to go to a small island and walk there. And open your eyes to the Dolphins!