One of Turkey’s tourism skyline stars is the enchanting, turquoise Suluada, an island with unpolluted Mediterranean surroundings, fresh sea breezes, and diamond-clear seas. The Turkish “Maldives” have probably appeared on TV or in Tik-Tok videos at least once, but you’ve probably never actually been there. Take a relaxing boat ride along the Turkish Maldives’ lagoons and down the Mediterranean coast to and surrounding Suluada Island. Stop along the way for swimming breaks.
You will travel by minibus from Belek to the Adrasan port and back at the conclusion of the day.Any day in the morning departure! You will have the impression that you are getting closer to your ideal island as you approach Suluada’s pristine dunes and clear seas. As you take in the splendor of this lone island in the Mediterranean Sea, it is clear why Suluada is likened to more tropical beaches.
The seas here are rich with fish and other marine life, making it a snorkeler’s dream. Dolphin sightings are common when traveling, and Caretta Caretta frequently accompanies the boats. You will undoubtedly have the most tranquil day out in the most picturesque environment if the aquatic life on this island loves it so much. The gorgeous, undeveloped beaches on the island stand in stark contrast to the lukewarm, calm seas of the Mediterranean as they meet.
There are several caverns scattered throughout the island’s shore, and if you want to go further underwater, you may find caves there as well. One of the most popular caverns features a passageway suitable for swimming or taking pictures that have been cut through the side of one rock to the other. The island’s beauty cannot be captured in a camera alone, so don’t wait to secure your spot on one of the most leisurely days out for the whole Island experience.
Suluada Island Boat Trip From Belek costs (price) 34 € for adults, 24 € for children 7 between 12 years old and children under 7 years old are free.
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What do you need to bring with you?
Swimsuits, Sunglasses, Towel, Sun Cream, Hat, Comfortable Shoes, Camera
Your driver and guide will meet you as you exit your Belek hotel and bring you the short distance to Adrasan in a contemporary car with amenities on board. Around 09.30 a.m., you’ll arrive at the harbor, ready to board your traditional Turkish boat and settle in for the day.
For your comfort, there are sun loungers and covered seating places on the deck. Before moving on to the north of the island for a second swimming break that will also include lunch, your first swimming break will be at the southernmost point of Suluada and will run for about an hour. Nothing compares to the aroma of the grill when you work up an appetite after a cool swim.
You will stop in the cave so you may swim from one side to the other after lunch when you are finished and well satisfied. Here, you will have about an hour to swim, snorkel, and snap several pictures. Depending on the state of the sea, the skipper may decide to make a last swimming stop before returning you to the harbour safely on the way back to Adrasan.
Your transfer car will be waiting at the harbour to transport you back to your initial pick-up location. You’ll return to your hotel, revitalized and rested, ready to take full advantage of the remainder of your vacation.
Bring your swimwear and sunscreen, since this is a wonderful sunbathing opportunity, as well as a towel and sunglasses. Bring some cash for little items like as beverages or ice cream. A camera or mobile phone is also a great option for capturing those unexpected moments for posterity. Put any electrical items in a waterproof container because there will be several swim chances when they may get wet.
Yes, absolutely! This journey is suitable for people of all ages, while some movement is necessary for the shore landings and exploring. If you believe you would be better off staying on board, use your discretion.
The boat normally cruises around the beach and never ventures into deeper water. The seas are usually calm and should not cause any issues. If you’re seasick, you can ask the crew to give you a seasickness pill, just in case. You can use the tablet after reading the prospectus.
The Suluada Island Boat Trip From Belek promises to enhance your holiday experiences by bringing you to two of the most iconic and famous bays. Relax on the large yacht, swim in the pristine seas, soak up the rays, and make new memories with your loved ones.
The boat is 40 meters long and has 2 levels, so there is plenty of space on board. You may pick between sunbathing and sitting areas. The top deck is ideal for sun lovers, while the lower tiers offer shade from the sun.