M. Kemalpasa Town Tour: Located approximately 80Km south west of the city of Bursa, this historical town dates back to the Hittite period with a presence through Roman, Byzantine and Selcuk periods. Liberated during Turkey’s War of Independence in 1920, the town was renamed after the founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
Included in the tour is a visit to the Crying Tree dating back more than 700 years close to Golyazi Lake, where it is possible to take refreshment under its’ shade and watch the storks which migrate here during the Spring and early Summer months. Before a lunchbreak, the tour visits Suuctu Waterfall, the highest in the area, reaching 30m.
Kemalpasha is famous for its’ round, sweet cakes soaked in syrup and these can be tasted during the lunch stop before moving on to a bird sanctuary which has more than 50 species of birds and is located near Lake Uluabat.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up.
Start/opening time: 10:30am approx.
-End/closing time: 18:45pm.
Others: General tour includes lunch, admissions and professional guide. Lunch and admissions are not included in private tour.