The Best Chillin in Turkey

Looking for the best chillin in Turkey? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Turkey. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top chillin spots in and near Turkey

  • Uçhisar Belediyesi, Turkey

    Take a Hot Air Balloon Ride over Cappadocia

    Hot air balloon rides are super cool pretty much anywhere, but Cappadocia's lunar landscape provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to see bizarre rock formations from a truly unique angle. If you ever find yourself in Turkey, definitely make it a priority to take a hot air balloon ride in one ...
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  • Fethiye, Turkey

    Paragliding Fethiye

    This is the perfect location for paragliding as the elevation and wind conditions are ideal and the scenery is breathtaking. Sky Sports was the paragliding company we used, although there are many to choose from. Our group met at the shop location, were briefed on safety, and then loaded into a b...
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  • Selçuk, Turkey

    Wander the Ancient City of Ephesus

    Spend a day wandering the ancient city of Ephesus, and you'll be transported back to ancient Greece.  The ruins that are everywhere you look speak to a long history of the location being the trade center of the ancient world.  This is a very popular tourist location, and I recommend taking a tour...
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  • Dalyan Belediyesi, Turkey

    Fishing in Dalyan

    The Dalaman River near Dalyan, Turkey is a perfect spot for fishing. Depending on the time of year there are a number of different varieties to catch. Boats are readily available for hire with all necessary fishing poles and tackle. This particular trip was taken in the summer and the focus was c...
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  • Beyoğlu, Turkey

    Explore Galata Bridge

    The Galata Bridge (or according to others the old Istanbul at Eminonu neighborhood, site of the imperial palace and principal religious institutions of the Ottoman Empire, and the districts of Galata, Beyoglu, Sisli and Harbiye where a large proportion of the inhabitants were non-Mu...
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