After picking you up from your hotel in Istanbul, by our air-conditioned non-smoking tour coaches, we are going to Kabatas port where our boat is docked. Our tour start 20.30 pm from Kabataş Port. We will sail up to the Black Sea from the European side and return back along the Asian side.
On this cruise you will be able to see many of the most popular landmarks in Istanbul, from the sea.
We will back to Kabatas port around 24:00 pm, where the tour will finish. We will of course transfer you back to your respective hotel or accommodation in Istanbul.
This Bosphorus Dinner Cruise is the best way to see the Bosphorus and all it has on display. Bosphorus is the waterway connecting the Black sea to the Marmara, and dividing Istanbul into two continents.
It’s sure to be a night you’ll remember for a lifetime. A Memorable night once in a life, between two continents....Don’t forget your camera!
Hors D’oeuvres Dishes (10 Kind of Turkish Appetizer)
Mediterranean Fresh Season Salad
Grilled Fish or Chichen Steak or Grilled Meatballs (Optional)
Drinks (Unlimited Alcohol Drinks)
Katibim Show; (Turkish folk song about a woman and her clerk traveling to Üsküdar. The tune is a famous Istanbul türkü)
Aşuk Maşuk (Comedy) Show; (Asuk Masuk is an imitation play of dwarfs which belongs to the Taseli district of Silifke and is performed by 2 male dancers).
Belly Dancer; (Belly dance is a Western-coined name for "solo, improvised dances based on torso articulation.Other names which are sometimes used for the dance in English speaking countries include Oriental dance.)
Traditional Henna Ceremony; (In Muslim weddings, it's traditional to have a henna party before the wedding.Artists use a paste made from dried henna leaves to paint intricate patterns on hands of the bridal party. )
Turkish Romani (Gypsy) Dance;
Turkish Folk Dance Team (Mixed); (On the border between Europe and the Middle East, facing three seas, straddling important trade routes, Turkey has an ancient and complicated culture, reflected in the variety of its dances.)