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1. Posted by johnstar (Budding Member, 53 posts) 22 Jun '12 14:07

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Hi everyone,

I'm looking to book an all inclusive resort holiday in the Marmaris/Antalya region of Turkey for 7 nights from 11 september this year (2012), but i need a bit of advice mainly regarding which company to book with online. I have seen many sites from search engines which seem reputable but ideally i want to book everything from flights, baggage, hotel transfers and food as an all in one package rather than getting caught out when its too late.

Judging by last years temperatures for september it could be around 32c which would be perfect as i think august would be too hot, so now its just a case of finding a good location and book up early to guarantee the deal.

Has anyone had a really good experience all round that they can recommend? All feedback will be very useful.

Departing from UK/2 People

Thanks a lot

John

2. Posted by firatpaza (Budding Member, 10 posts) 23 Jun '12 02:25

Hello. I have a friend who is a professional tourist guide. -snip-

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

3. Posted by Cyberia (Travel Guru, 1734 posts) 23 Jun '12 06:17

Yes, September can be very hot. Some places have air conditioning but you have to pay extra though it's worth it as nights can be hot too.

As to all inclusive, Turkey has lots and lots of eating places with good food at reasonable prices.

I say this because Turkey also has lots of history and a number of good tours available to see it all. Even a few two day trips. People on AI tend to stay in their resorts and miss the lot.

No crowds about in September too and cheaper prices so lots better.

4. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru, 1940 posts) 23 Jun '12 08:08

Have you seen the Turkey Travel Planner - a very useful website. I was in Turkey last fall, but only in Istanbul.

I do have an excellent contact in Istanbul who might be of some help - send a PM to enigma2007 on Tripadvisor. He is more than helpful and highly educated, a native of Turkey.

[ Edit: Edited on 23-Jun-2012, at 08:16 by Daawgon ]