Kairos Tourism and Travel is pioneer in the worldwide touring market that provides tailor made holidays, small escorted group tours, chartered adventures and arrangements for special groups anywhere from 20 people to an entire company of thousand.
Kairos Tourism and Travel are committed to inspire you and provide you with a holiday that meets and exceeds your expectations – holidays of a lifetime. We are constantly exploring each region to find interesting paths for you to explore whilst ensuring they are brought to life by local guides and our experienced and enthusiastic staff.
Kairos Tourism and Travel offers tours all over the world ranging Norway to Turkey, from Borneo to Tanzania, from Canada to the Galapagos, from Ethiopia to The Arctic archipelago, and Tibet to Morocco.
There is several flight companies you can use in Turkey. Domestic airlines fly to some 30 cities throughout the country. Many flights, for instance from Dalaman to Van, go via the hubs of Istanbul or Ankara. Pegasus is one of the few airlines offering direct flights between west coast and central and eastern destinations. We can help your domestic flights. You’ll get cheaper seats and more convenient departure times if you book a couple of months ahead.
Buses are very popular transport in Turkey. Most Turkish cities and towns have a central bus station generally called the otogar, garajor terminal. The buses are well kept and comfortable too, and you’ll be treated to snacks and tea along the journey, plus liberal sprinklings of the Turks’ beloved kolonya (lemon cologne). Bus travel increasingly an attractive option for people travelling on a tight budget. Turkey’s road network has vastly improved over the past 15 years. If you interesting of bus travel from city to city please contact our tour operators.
Trains are still devoloping in Turkey. The train network covers central and eastern Turkey fairly well, but doesn’t go along the coastlines at all. Turkish trains have several seating and sleeping options. Most of the trains have comfortable reclining Pullman seat carriages. Some also have European-style compartments with six seats, usually divided into 1st- and 2nd-class coaches. Sometimes seats can be booked in these compartments, sometimes they’re ‘first come, best seated’. In terms of what to expect, train travel through Turkey has a growing number of fans embracing the no-rush travel experience: stunning scenery rolling by picture windows, the rhythmic clickity-clacks through a comfy slumber and the immersion with friendly locals.
If you interestint of train travelling please contact our tour operators.
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Tuncay Yılmaz was born on December 12, 1965 in one of Turkey’s distinguished places, the city of Izmir. Later, he moved to Australia and there spent his early adulthood until he was 27 years old. When his father became ill he returned to Turkey because of his close connections with family. In the year of his return, 1989, being more proficient in English than he was in Turkish, he began working in tourism, and for 22 years he was a lecturer in English in the tourism sector. Later, he decided to establish a tour agency with his business partner, which would form the foundation for their future tourism plans as they began serving incoming tourists.
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Yaprak Türkgezen was born in 1985. She graduated from Istanbul University, international relations department in 2005. Since then she is working in tourism business actively. She worked in hotel management. Later she decided her passion is to be a part of travel experience in a larger scale and started to work in travel agencies. Today she is helping people organize their vacations in Turkey, providing them solid local information and making their travel experience enriching.