Antalya Maldives boat trip is an excursion of 8 hours, with three swimming stops on one of the most beautiful islands of the Mediterranean.
The Maldives boat trip is a perfect day out for couples and families with kids. You’ve probably heard at least once about the fantastic place near Antalya, island of Suluada. You will be taken there by a comfortable boat, equipped with all the facilities.
The gentle azure waves in the shallow waters allow you to experience intense bliss, lazing on the sand and feeling at one with the incredible nature of amazing Turkey.
A delicious lunch on board will keep you energised and ready to swim at your next stop in another picturesque lagoon. We advise you to book soon, as this tour is trendy, and there are often no tickets left by evening.
White sands and glass-like waters surrounding Sulu ada are compared by many to the Maldives, and it takes little imagination to see why.
The water here is clean and transparent, as you would expect from more tropical climates and is as picturesque as the more expensive Maldives or Seychelles. You are sure to feel like you have arrived in paradise as you swim in the turquoise waters and enjoy the white sand beaches.
There are two beaches on the island, one is 50 metres long, and the other is 120 metres long. Both are covered with a dusting of white sand that reaches the gentle foam of the waves lapping at the beach. The waters at these beaches are shallow and perfect for paddling or swimming.
However, if you want more adventure, you may also wish to swim to one of the many caves found along the island’s edges and underwater caves. Suluada island boat trip is perfect for snorkelling.
|📅 Tour Days:||Every day|
|⏱️ Tour Hours:||7:30 AM – 6:30 PM|
|✔️ Tour Includes:||Transfer, lunch, guiding|
|📌 Tour Highlights:||White sand, azure water, three swim breaks|
In 2023, the price of the Antalya Maldives boat trip is 30 € for adults, 20 € for children between the ages of 7 and 12, and free for children under six years old.
You will be collected in front of your hotel by a comfortable transfer bus with total air conditioning. Once on board, you will make your way to the village of Adrasan, where your boat for the day will be waiting at the Akseki bay.
After you find the perfect spot for dolphin spotting and an area of sunbathing, the captain will set sail towards the Maldives of Turkey. Your first stop here will be at the south of the island for a swimming break.
You will have about an hour to swim, which is plenty of time to enjoy the scenery and the water! The next stop of the boat tour will be at the north of the island for another swimming break.
You will have about an hour to swim before being called on board for your barbecue lunch. Then, feeling sated and content from your feast, you will head off towards the cave that runs from one side of the island to the other, where you will have a chance to swim under the swim way and look out to the open sea.
The boat will arrive at the port of Adrasan with a final swimming break (conditions permitting). Your transfer bus will be waiting at the harbour, ready to take you back to your hotel, feeling relaxed and spoiled!
Antalya Turkish Maldives boat trip costs 30 € for adults, 20 € for children between ages 7 and 12, and free for children under six in 2023.
Whilst there is no guarantee to see wildlife, it is known to spot Caretta Caretta and even dolphins while journeying to Suluada, so keep your eyes on the water!
First and most importantly, you should come ready for a day of swimming. You will need sun cream, a swimming costume and a towel.
If you have your snorkelling equipment, we strongly recommend bringing it with you. Whilst some may be available on board, this cannot be guaranteed.
This is a day out to suit everybody, from young to old, swimmers to non-swimmers. The scenery is so beautiful that it will leave you mesmerised, and what kids don’t love a day out at sea dolphin spotting?
You should budget for refreshments on board, including any ice creams or snacks you wish to purchase. In addition, you may find a professional photographer on board and want to budget for the purchase of photographs.