Daily boat tours started in Marmaris



Daily boat tours started in Marmaris

In the Marmaris district of Muğla, daily tour boats started to operate with the arrival of tourists and holidaymakers. Tourists enjoyed swimming in the bays where green meets blue.

The daily tour boats, varying in length from 11 to 35 meters at Marmaris Marina and Saman Pier, anchored to set off upon arrival of local and foreign tourists.
The first guests of this year were student groups from Bulgaria, Montenegro and Macedonia and holidaymakers from Istanbul and Bursa. Tourists, who were brought by shuttles at 10.30 yesterday, sailed to the blue waters with excursion boats.
During the tour, which lasted an average of 7 hours, the tourists visited the islands of Bedir, Cennet and Kumlubuk, the Phosphorous Cave in the bays and historical places.
Tourists sailing into the blue waters with daily tour boats designed with the concept of ‘pirate ships’ danced to the lively music playing, and had joyful moments with various activities.
Tourists enjoyed swimming in the bays where green meets blue. Tourists, who paid prices ranging from 90 to 180 liras per person for the 7-hour tour, including lunch and drink, viewed the scenery with their mobile phones in the bays they visited and took plenty of selfies.
Emre Dileraz, who came on holiday from Bursa, said, “I came to Marmaris for the first time with my family. We went on a tour for the first time with a cruise boat, I am very happy.”
Albena Zornitsa, the guide of a tourism agency that brings Bulgarian students, said, “A student group of 200 students from Bulgaria is on holiday in Marmaris. They took a one-day boat trip for the first time. These tours will continue intermittently until the beginning of October.”


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