Gallipoli Tour From Canakkale Kepez Cruise Port
We will pick you up from Canakkale cruise port with your name sign and drive to Canakkale ferry station and pass on the Dardanelles to the Gallipoli peninsula by ferry. After the arrive in Eceabat ferry station, we will drive to Anzac cove and start to the Gallipoli Anzac region tour. You will visit Anzac Cove, Lone Pine and Australian Memorial, Chunuk Bair and New Zealand Memorial, also Turkish memorial and more. At the end of the tour, drive back to Eceabat ferry station and take a ferry to Canakkale. After the arrive in Canakkale, we will transfer you back to Canakkale Kepez cruise port.
Gallipoli Tour from Canakkale Cruise Ship Port
Pick up from the Canakkale cruise port with your name sign and meet with the local tour guide. Drive to Canakkale ferry station and take a ferry on the Dardanelles to Eceabat town in Gallipoli peninsula. Drive to Anzac cove for the Fully Guided Gallipoli Tour.
Brighton Beach (actually intended landing beach)
Beach Cemetery (the grave of John Simpson)
Johnston’s Jolly (Turkish and ANZAC trenches and tunnels)
ANZAC Commemorative Site
Courtney’s & Steele’s Post Cemetery
Lone Pine Australian Memorial
Chunuk Bair New Zealand Memorial
Turkish 57. Infantry Regiment Memorial
Sergeant Mehmet Turkish Memorial
Walker’s Ridge Cemetery
Respect to Mehmetcik Memorial
Battleship Hill & Location of Mustafa Kemal’s Headquarters
Our Gallipoli tour will end and drive to Eceabat ferry station. We will take a ferry on the Dardanelles to Canakkale.
Transfer to Canakkale Kepez cruise ship port. Tour Ends.
Ferry Tickets on the Dardanelles
Guiding Service During the Gallipoli Tour
Entrance Fees to the sights
All Transportation by air-conditioned non-smoking tour coaches
Parking and Road tolls
Lunch & Drinks
Optional Canakkale Tours
You are kindly requested to present yourself at the pickup point 15 minutes prior the pre-advised pickup time.
Comfortable shoes and a hat is recommended as shade is limited in summer time.
The order of the tour itinerary may vary in order to avoid congestion.
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