Bodrum All Inclusive Boat Trip is one of the most popular tours you can do here. There’s nothing more relaxing than lounging on the deck of a cruising boat with the wind in your hair. The boat trips in Bodrum run daily and take between 30 and 40 people onboard. The boats typically have 2 toilets, enough sunbeds for everyone because comfort is important. And a fully equipped kitchen that a delicious lunch will be freshly cooked in and served on the Bodrum All Inclusive boat trip.
The daily boat trip in Bodrum is the best of our Bodrum Tours to fully appreciate the beauty of the Bodrum peninsula. From no other of our tours can you see some of the bays you will visit as they are inaccessible by land.
On the boat trip you need to bring suncream, sun hat, a towel and swim wear with you. It’s also advisable to bring a bit of extra money even if you choose the all inclusive option. Snacks such a ice-creams and crisps are not included in the price.
You should also bring a camera with you so as not to miss out on the amazing scenery you will encounter. If you have your own snorkelling equipment, we would advise to bring that with you for hygiene reasons.
After booking the boat trip in Bodrum, you will be given a pick up time depending on where your accommodation is. It’s usually between 9.30 am and 10 am so you’ll need to be ready at your reception 5 minutes before your designated time. You’ll be driven to the jetty from here where the boat trip will depart from.
Once everyone is comfortably settled onboard, the boat trip will depart and head forward the first stop. There are 5 stops in total on the Bodrum boat trips and each stop is between 30 minutes to 1 hour long. You will have swimming time at each stop so you can cool off and enjoy the beauty of the sea. Snorkelling is advised at most stops as you’ll find reefs all around the coast line. The captain will advise you on the day of your boat trip about the water temperature, depth and current conditions.
The are 2 main routes that the boat trips in Bodrum take.
The first route heads East towards Black Island. At black Island there are 2 stops, Meteor bay and the mud caves. From Black island the tour heads West to Bagla Bay, where the stop is 1 hour so you can have lunch. Then onto camel beach where the less brave swimmers have chance to cook off from the shore, and then to Aquarium Bay.
The second route on the Bodrum Boat Trips doesn’t go towards Black Island but starts by heading West instead. The stops on this tour are Ada Boğazı, Rabbit Island, Camel Beach, Aquarium Bay, Lady Bay.
As there is so much choice it’s hard to know what the best boat trip in Bodrum is. Easy Book Tours has a number of boats that we can offer so if you have any specific needs such as having difficulty getting on the boat, etc then contact us directly. We can advise you on which boat we think you will be most comfortable on. It’s important that the boat trip in Bodrum you choose suites you perfectly.
The Bodrum peninsula is sometimes referred to as ‘the jewel of the Aegean,’ and it’s easy to see why once you’ve experienced the bays you will visit on the Bodrum daily boat trip.
The crystal clear waters are perfect for snorkelling and you are sure to see many varieties of fish. The temperature of the water makes it easy for taking a dip and cooling off once you’ve been basking on deck in the sun.
With land always close by, the currents are slight, if at all, and with floating-aids and life jackets on board the boats, any age and ability of swimmer will be safe to enjoy their time on a Bodrum boat trip.
Once you have been on a boat trip in Bodrum you will be hooked! Some even do it 2 or 3 times during their holiday. If you’re lucky enough to find the perfect boat to suit you first time round then re-book on the boat tour as soon as possible to reserve your place. If you would like to try another boat second, or third time round then Easy Book Tours have many options available for you.
If the thought of taking a boat trip with others doesn’t sound ideal for you then we have a private boat trip in Bodrum option available for you. Whether you are a couple, or a group of people, you can privately hire a beautiful gulet boat for your boat trip in Bodrum.
The Island is about 6 kms south of Bodrum city. You can see it’s looming dark form from Bodrum, Bitez or Gumbet bays, It gets its name from its appearance of looking black, when in fact it’s covered with dark green pine trees. The stop on the island is at the mud cave, where thermal water comes out from the cave into a man-made pool that you can swim in. The mud from inside the cave is said to have healing and anti-ageing properties. There is a small fee for the cave and pool entrance.
Meteor bay is located East of Bodrum city. It is named Meteor bay because the bay was created by a fallen meteor. The depth of the sea here is great, and there is a man-made platform that the dare-devils among you can leap from into the blue ocean from a great height. This bay is located on Black Island.
Camel beach is also known as Yahsi beach. It can be reached by road as well as on the Bodrum daily boat trip. It has beautiful white sand and clear, shallow waters. You can ride a camel here for a small fee if you wish.
This bay is the best place for snorkelling and seeing a wide variety of fish, hence its name ‘Aquarium bay’. This is one of the points that the Bodrum boat trip boasts. The water is clear to the sandy bottom so if you aren’t a fan of snorkelling, you can throw bread into the sea from the boat you can see them that way,
Ada Boğazı lies between Bitez and Gumbet. From this bay you can see Kos, the Greek Island on a clear day. You can enjoy the deep water here and swim to a depth of around 10 metres. Here too is sheltered from the breeze so it’s a popular stop for the Bodrum boat trip.
The Bodrum boat trip’s 4th stop is Rabbit island. The island is situated in front of Bitez bay. Many years ago a few rabbits were placed here and over a short amount of time the rabbit population increased. This is where the Island gets its name. The sea floor is beautiful white sand and on a windy day, the boats can shelter here from the wind. This bay is often the place to stop for lunch. After lunch you can swim to shore and leave food for the remaining rabbits.
Lady bay is the closest bay to Gumbet, and last on the Bodrum boat trip’s stop. Its name comes from it being such a secluded bay. Turkish ladies would prefer this place to all others for their privacy. The beautiful green landscape is sandwiched here between the blue skies and turquoise seas. You can snorkel here, or just take in the spectacular views from the boat.
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