Gold Way Travel


TOUR PERIOD: 1/1/2023 - 30/11/2030
TOUR DAYS: Wednesday , Saturday
PICK UP PLACE: Main entrance of accommodation place
DROP OFF PLACE: Main entrance of accommodation place
$ 40,00
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Suluada boat trip from Side : Current prices and excursion description

  • Don't miss out on the chance to join us for a yacht trip to Suluada Island (known as the "Turkish Maldives of Adrasan"). Enjoy beautiful bays, crystal clear water, and white sandy beaches that look like the Maldives. Relax, sunbathe, and take bright photos. Plus, Suluada Island is a favorite spot for Caretta caretta sea turtles that are on the endangered list. Because of them, the island is a protected area. You have a special chance to visit this amazing island, see its beauty, and maybe even spot the big turtles.
  • Check the current price and detailed program on our website. Book the trip today and pay on the bus. We made sure our trips are not only interesting but also comfortable. The price includes transfers from hotels in Gundogdu, Colakli, Evrenseki, Kumkoy, Side, Sorgun, Titreyengol. Enjoy your vacation with us.

Tour program

  • We pick up tourists from hotels in the area between 06:00 - 06:45. (After your booking is confirmed, the exact pick-up time will be added to your electronic ticket.)
  • We arrive at Adrasan port
  • The yacht leaves for Suluada Island around 10:00
  • Sea trip along the island, with stops to swim at different bays
  • Lunch on the yacht
  • We continue the sea trip with more stops for swimming
  • We arrive back at Adrasan port around 16:00
  • We return to the hotels between 18:30 - 19:30

More about the tour

  • Our tour starts between 06:00 - 06:45 in the morning. We'll pick you up at the security gate of your hotel. From there, we go to Adrasan port. This is where the boats go to Suluada Island.  You can see beautiful views of Turkey's mountains, forests, and the sea from the bus window.
  • When we get to the port, you'll get on a big two-deck boat. We'll sail on the Mediterranean Sea to an island that's 9 km away from Adrasan. The boat has everything for a nice trip. Downstairs, there's a place to relax, a bar, a shower, and a toilet. Upstairs, you can look at the sea. You can also sunbathe on the mattresses or sit in the shade under a cover.
  • The Suluada Island coast has lots of beautiful bays. These bays are good for the boat to stop and for you to relax on the sandy beaches. Depending on the weather and how busy it is, the boat captain will decide which bays or places near the island to stop at.
  • At each stop, you can swim, sunbathe, and of course, take photos with orange rocks, blue sea, and white beach in the background.
  • You will also get a good lunch between stops. The lunch will have fish or chicken, pasta, fresh vegetable salad, and tea. This lunch is included in the tour price. After lunch, we'll go back to Adrasan port. From there, a transfer will take you back to your hotel. You'll be back at your hotel between 18:30-19:30 in the evening.

Included in the price

  • Transfer from and to the hotel
  • Insurance
  • Lunch (Fish or chicken, pasta, salad)
  • 1 tea
  • Yacht trip

Not included in the price

  • Personal expenses (like photos, souvenirs, etc.)
  • Any drinks during the trip

Please bring

  • Bring a camera and water
  • Towel and swimsuit
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Money for personal expenses


  • Distance from Titreyengol to Adrasan: 172 km - 2 hours 35 minutes
  • Distance from Sorgun to Adrasan: 170 km - 2 hours 35 minutes
  • Distance from Side to Adrasan: 165 km - 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Distance from Kumkoy to Adrasan: 160 km - 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Distance from Evrenseki to Adrasan: 160 km - 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Distance from Colakl? to Adrasan: 155 km - 2 hours 25 minutes
  • Distance from Gundogdu to Adrasan: 155 km - 2 hours 25 minutes

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Important Information

  • The guide has the right to change the tour order without changing the overall program.
  • Children who join the tour for free do not get separate seats on the bus. They share seats with adults (sit on their laps).
  • If you want your child to have a separate seat on the bus, book them as a paid child during the reservation.

Things to do


  • Suluada is a somewhat small, uninhabited island that came from volcanic activity. The island is like a rock, with sides colored from yellow to bright orange. It has many tunnels and caves through it. In the Turkish language, its name means "water island". Tourists often call it the "Turkish Maldives of Adrasan" because it has beaches with pure white sand. The sea around it is so clear that you can see the bottom even 25 meters deep.
  • Suluada Island is a protected area. It was always uninhabited and will stay that way. By law, no one can live or build there. Why? Thanks to the Caretta-Caretta sea turtles, which are endangered. Every year, they come to the quiet bays of the island to nest. Dolphins often come near the shores too, so visitors have a chance to see these lovely creatures up close.
  • Another interesting thing is that there's a spring with fresh water in the middle of the island. Once, it looked like a waterfall. Now, it's just a source that attracts not only tourists but local people too. Studies have shown that the mineral water from Suluada Island has healing effects on the body. It's especially good to drink for urinary problems and the digestive system.
  • The paradise island of Kemera is only 9 kilometers away from Adrasan Bay. You can only reach it by yacht, which makes the trip even more exciting and enjoyable.
  • The most famous bays on Suluada Island are named Paradise, Maldives, and Akseki with a cave that has a lake inside.
  • The tour price includes bus transfers that pick up tourists from hotels in all regions and bring them to Adrasan port. Also, there's lunch on the yacht. The journey is more like a sea cruise than a tour. You'll admire unique landscapes, pass by amazing bays and caves. There are planned stops at some of these places for free time to swim and relax.
  • Suluada Island has around 20 beautiful harbors suitable for ships to anchor and for your rest on their sandy shores. Unfortunately, the 6 hours set for the cruise isn't enough to visit all bays. Depending on how busy a location is and the weather, our captain will dock the ship near the most scenic bays.
  • If you're going to Suluada Island, remember to bring your swim gear, a towel, sunscreen, a hat, and drinking water. Some parts of the island can be windy and a bit cool. So, also bring a light jacket or a warm sweater.