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Belek > Belek Suluada Boat Tour

Belek Suluada Boat Tour

  Last Updated: May 10, 2024

Belek Suluada boat tour is a 6-hour cruise with three swim breaks to enjoy the azure waters and white sands of the Maldives of Turkey.

The beaches on Suluada are well worth the glorious boat ride and as you reach the shores you will be treated to views like no other in this part of Turkey. Suluada in English means ‘watery island’ and whilst this may be stating the obvious (after all, all islands are surrounded by water) it is so named because of the natural springs on the Island that are a source of fresh water. Surprisingly the Island itself is rocky but this provides a dramatic backdrop to the snowy white beaches and the dazzling blue of the sea.

On a day out to Suluada you will be able to experience the feel of the stunning white sands between your toes and enjoy paddling or swimming in the transparent turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a day out that will leave you feeling as though you have visited a tropical island with waters aplenty with interesting marine life that are ideal for snorkelling.

From the boat you can experience all of the beauty of the Island as you approach and can easily disembark to explore the beaches once you arrive. This really is the ultimate boat trip and not like any other on offer for relaxing in the most idyllic settings!

📅 Tour Days:Every day
⏱️ Tour Hours:7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
✔️ Includes:Hotel transfer, lunch, guiding
📌 Highlights:White sandy beaches, turquoise sea

Belek Suluada Boat Tour Price

In 2024, price of Belek Suluada Boat Tour is 30 € for adults, 20 € for children between age 4 and 11, free for children under 4 years old.

Adult12 years and older€30
Child4 — 11 years old€20
Infant0 — 3 years oldFree

Includes / Excludes

  • Hotel Transfer (Both Ways)
  • Guiding Service
  • Lunch
  • Insurance
  • Personal Expenses
  • Drinks

Belek Suluada Boat Tour Program

You will depart from your accommodation first thing in the morning as you travel by air conditioned bus to the harbour at Adrasan. Adrasan is a quaint Turkish village on the coast and you will embark here for your boat journey towards Suluada Island.

On board you will find toilet facilities and a basic bar selling refreshments and snacks. There are shaded seating areas and a spacious sun bathing deck for your comfort.

There are at least three swimming breaks throughout the day at various locations on the island and you will have the opportunity to swim, snorkel or paddle. There will be a stop on the southern coast of the Island followed by another break on the northern coast. After you have been served a barbecue lunch on board you will head off to the rock formation that has formed over many years of erosion where you can swim through the rocks from one side to the other.

From here you will set sail back to the harbour at Adrasan ready to bid farewell to the captain of your boat and hello to your return transfer driver. You will make the journey back to your original pick up point arriving feeling completely chilled out and satisfied.


How much is Belek Suluada Boat Tour?

Cost of Belek Suluada Boat Tour is 30 € for adults, 20 € for children between age 4 and 11, free for children under 4 years old in 2024.

Is it easy to get on and off the boat?

Yes, the boat comes equipped with graduated steps that go down into the sea making it easy to get in and out of the water.

What should I take with me for the day?

Make sure that you are ready for a day at sea with your swim suit, towel and of course a good sun cream. You might appreciate a sun hat if you wish to sit on deck and of course don’t forget a camera for all of those fabulous scenes!

Do I need to take any extra money?

You may wish to purchase some snacks or drinks once on board so make sure you have enough money for personal expenditure.

Are there toilets on the boat?

Yes, you will find toilet facilities on board and the captain and crew will be on hand to assist with any additional needs.

I can’t swim, is it worth going?

Whilst this excursion is a great opportunity for those who love to swim it is equally enjoyable for those that don’t.  The waters at the beaches are shallow and ideal for paddling.  The scenery that you will witness is second to none so why not grab your camera and sit back and enjoy the boat ride?

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