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From Side: Koprucay River Quad Bike Safari

1. From Side: Koprucay River Quad Bike Safari

Get picked up from your accommodation in Side and travel by air-conditioned bus to the Koprucay River. Meet your guide and get ready for a thrilling and scenic ride through the Koprulu Canyon, a must-see destination in the region. Get outfitted with all the equipment you'll need and learn the basics of riding a quad bike. Take a quick test drive before setting out with your guide.  Ride along the Koprucay River, feeling the breeze in your hair and the rush of adrenaline as you quickly round tight curves. Ride for 10 km before stopping for a swim break to cool off. Then complete a final circuit of another 10 km. Afterwards, watch the action-packed footage of your ride and purchase it if you choose. Then get dropped off back at your hotel.

Side: Alanya City, Sapadere Canyon, and Goblin's Cave Tour

2. Side: Alanya City, Sapadere Canyon, and Goblin's Cave Tour

Your adventure begins with pickup from your hotel in Side and heads to the coastal city of Alanya. The first stop of the day is the Sapadere Canyon, a stunning natural site formed by years of wind, water, and ice erosion. Follow your guide on an exciting hike through the canyon and watch out for the array of wildlife that lives, especially colorful birds and butterflies. Once you’ve worked up an appetite from your hike, enjoy a relaxing stopover at a local restaurant and dine on a delicious lunch. Once you’re feeling suitably re-energized, continue your hike through the canyon. As you walk, soak up incredible views of the numerous waterfalls and stop to take photos as a selection of view points. You can also opt to visit Goblin’s Cave for an additional fee, or swim in the mineral waters that trickle down from the Taurus Mountains. Before leaving the canyon stop by Seyir Terrace, which boasts incredible views of Alanya and the surrounding landscapes. Finally, enjoy 2-hours of free time in the city to explore at your own pace and see the sights that interest you most. There’s plenty to discover in Alanya, including Cleopatra Beach, the Red Tower, and the Teleferik. At the end of an unforgettable day, sit back and relax on the return journey to Side.

From Belek/Antalya/Side: Taurus Mountains Buggy Safari

3. From Belek/Antalya/Side: Taurus Mountains Buggy Safari

Experience the mud and dust of Antalya from a unique perspective on a thrilling 2-hour ATV buggy drive, and see the Turkish landscape up close. After a hotel pickup from Belek, you'll be taken to the start of your tour at the Kursunlu waterfalls. Take a short test run to establish your confidence. Then, you're off on a 1-hour safari of the riverbeds and forest. No previous experience is required, and all buggies are safe and easy to operate. Stop for a swim and experience the beauty of the countryside and sea. Guaranteed, you will come back dirty and dusty, but in a great mood. Back at the practice track you can spice things up a little as you race around the track at high speed.

Side: 3-Hour Guided Buggy Safari at Koprucay River

4. Side: 3-Hour Guided Buggy Safari at Koprucay River

Your tour will begin when you’re picked up from your hotel in Side. You’ll then drive 40 kilometers before arriving at Koprucay River in Koprulu Canyon National Park. After being given your driving equipment, you’ll take part in an information session and watch an instructive film about driving the buggies, followed by a short trial ride around the information area to get a feel for it. Next, your adventure begins: you’ll drive behind your tour leader for about 10 kilometers into Koprucay River. After taking a short a break for swimming in the river, you’ll continue to drive a further 10 kilometers around a special circuit. Once your adventure is over, you’ll watch a movie of your experience and have the chance to purchase your own copy as a keepsake. Finally, the tour will end when you’re returned to your hotel.

Side: Underwater Museum Scuba Diving Visit

5. Side: Underwater Museum Scuba Diving Visit

Explore Side’s Underwater Museum, a one-of-a-kind experience in Europe. Take two 20-minute dives into the Mediterranean Sea and experience the 110 sculptures that represent parts of Anatolian history.   After pickup from your hotel in an air-conditioned bus, you’ll drive a short distance to the harbor and walk to the boat. Once on board, you’ll have a safety briefing in each language before sailing out to the Sea. Get your equipment on and then dive underwater with an expert diver and photo team to explore the Underwater Museum. With a depth of only 5-6 meters, this area is accessible for beginners as well as experts.   After your first dive, you’ll have a rest on the boat (approximately 1.5 to 2 hours) and enjoy some lunch. Then, you’ll get to enjoy your second 20-minute dive to continue to explore the Mediterranean Sea and the unique animals and plants that can be found there.

From Side: Alanya City Day Trip with Lunch and Boat Cruise

6. From Side: Alanya City Day Trip with Lunch and Boat Cruise

Discover Alanya on a full-day tour in an air-conditioned bus from Side. Visit Alanya Castle, explore the harbor on a boat trip, enjoy free time to wander around the city, and admire Damlatas Cave. Meet your local, multilingual guide at your hotel in Side, and then drive to Alanya. Stop first at the medieval Alanya Castle, which dates from 1226. Take panoramic photos of Alanya, before heading out on the harbor for a boat trip around the castle. Next, restore your energy levels with lunch at Dim Fall, and admire the views of the Dim River. After lunch, return to the center of Alanya and spend two hours of free time exploring the city. Visit the Red Tower, the public bazaar, and other locations near the Alanya Harbor. Join your group again, and then head to Damlatas Cave, widely known for its apparent asthma-curing capabilities. Finally, stop off at a banana garden and taste the fruit produced there, before being dropped off back at your hotel.

Side: Altinbesik Cave and Ormana Village

7. Side: Altinbesik Cave and Ormana Village

Your tour will begin as you are collected from your hotel in the Side area. From there, your first stop will be to the village of Avasun, which is also known as "laurel village". Afterwards, you will drive to a height of approximately 1,200 meters, where you can enjoy the breathtaking views of the Green Canyon, Green Lake, and Manavgat. From there you will visit the small village of Ürünlü, which is known for its “button houses”. There you can relax in a local café before heading to the local national park to drink natural tea. Next, you will visit the Altınbeşik Cave, which is also known as the "Gold Cradle Cave". There you will be able to discover the largest underground lake in the country. You are bound to be inspired by the beauty of this place, as you explore it throughout a 20-minute boat trip. Towards the end of your tour, you will taste a delicious lunch at a local restaurant in Ormana. Following lunch, you will explore the village of Sarıhacılar, including its 650-year-old Ottoman mosque, before returning to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Side

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 13 reviews

It's fun, but a lot of dust gets in your eyes in dry weather - even with safety goggles. All clothing must then go into the washing machine - including the shoes. In hot weather, it is best to only ride in swimwear and a hat / sunglasses and then take a shower on site.

Good organization and the port was within walking distance from our hotel. That was a really nice experience. We had no previous diving experience.

Top price-performance! If you already have a diving license, you go wreck diving. The second dive is then the underwater museum.

Really fun and the tour guides were very informative. Great value for money!

Friendly guide and delicious food by the river. Recommended!