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Kemer 2-Hour Quad Safari Experience

1. Kemer 2-Hour Quad Safari Experience

Ride through the magnificent and everchanging sand dunes of the Taurus Mountains on a 2-hour quad bike tour. After a pick-up at your hotel in Kemer, transfer to the foothills of the rugged and often snowcapped Taurus Mountains for a safety briefing. Get tips on how to drive the vehicle before heading off on the tour. Explore the desert terrain of the Taurus Mountains, which separate the Mediterranean coastal region of southern Turkey from the Anatolian Plateau of central Turkey. Stop for a break to swim or capture scenic views on your camera. Make your way back to the quad bike safari center for a transfer back to Kemer and drop off at your hotel.

River Rafting & Buggy Cross Safari at Koprulu Canyon

2. River Rafting & Buggy Cross Safari at Koprulu Canyon

Start your day with a pick up from your hotel in an air-conditioned bus. Once you hop aboard this comfortable vehicle, you will take a 70 km scenic drive to Koprulu Canyon. Once you arrive at the park, you will be provided with all the equipment you need for the day, such as a life vest, helmet and paddle. Team leaders will be on site to provide you with any information you need, available in a wide array of languages.  Kick start the adventure by driving your Buggy Bikes around Koprulu Canyon National Park. Take unique photos of this landscape for unforgettable holiday memories. After 45-minutes of buggying, you can start to paddle in your rafting boat, an experience that lasts for about 7 km with an included stop half of the way at a restaurant for lunch. After lunch, continue your paddle through pristine nature before arriving at the finish point. During your paddle, the team will capture fantastic photos of you and your group and even make a movie out of the experience. Once at the finish point, you will get to watch it with your friends. Finish your day of excitement with a drop-off back at your hotel, ready for an evening of rest after a fun day at Koprulu Canyon.

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Overall rating

3.7 / 5

based on 59 reviews

My daughter and I had a lot of fun. The confirmation of the pick-up took place after a few minutes via WhatsApp. The pickup was on time and the guide friendly and multilingual. The bus was older, but the access road to the mountains was being upgraded and there weren't too many curves. It had rained the day before, so we drove the buggy through a lot of puddles. The operation with automatic was very easy. Then we went 14km through the canyon in a rubber dinghy. The view was picturesque and especially at the front you got really wet. Luckily we had rented wetsuits. It is best to bring your own bathing shoes. But you can also borrow them. In between there was a break with the possibility of crossing the river by cable car for 8 euros. The final lunch was delicious (grilled chicken, noodles, rice, salad). You can buy a video of the rafting. Great nature and adventure - highly recommended!

We had a nice afternoon .. the roads were very bumpy so not suitable for people with bad backs or knees .. beautiful environment. there is a stop at a lake with a beautiful view and space to swim .. old quads but that did not spoil the fun .. friendly staff but leader of the quad column could be a bit friendlier Free bottles of water at the start and end Passed and brought to hotel Nice to do once

It was a bit disorganized at first, but that leveled off at some point. The buggy tour lasted 20 minutes at most, which we found a shame because the price is quite high and that is very little time. The rafting was fun but we had no way to get our backpacks (we had to leave them on the bus) and therefore no water or sunscreen.

Rafting and buggy were good, the organization relatively bad. Tip: take water shoes or old sneakers, a cloth, sunglasses and, if necessary, a cell phone case with you. Everything else is sold. You can't get your things between rafting and buggy, so you might want to take a small backpack with you.

Very nicely organised, a lot of activities offered on the way. Not too much extreme, still quite a nice nature around. Take a swimming mask with you to protect your face from dust and mud when riding a buggy bike:)