Unique ideas that make sure that groups become teams in no time and overcome challenges. Compete against other teams in playful but demanding team building tasks.

Personalized games such as:
·         GPS Treasure Hunt
·         Detective Event
·         iphone Scavenger Hunt
·         Soap Box Rally
·         Highland Games
·         Lost World Spirit
·         Grand Bazaar Rally
And more;
·         Raft Building challenge on the Golden Horn
·         Dragon Boat Races
·         ATV - “All Terrain Vehicles” (A vehicle for all grounds (desert, snow, mud)
·         Land Rover Experience



Applied Turkish Handicrafts at Caferaga Theological School

Ebru (Marbling), Calligraphyi Porcelain Decoration, Turkish ceramics, Mosaics, Jewellery

The Glass Furnace

Presentations, Evil Eye performance and atelier where guests will work on a plain glass, colored glass, a blue evil eye and plate. All projects are sent to the hotel of accomodation.




Why not use the water. It sure is abundant in Istanbul. Enjoy your coffee or champagne on the cruise to your hotel. Welcome to Istanbul!





Who says gourmet dinners and events should only be for gourmet professionals? We have joined a wine tasting event with Ottoman Cuisine that is evolved over many centuries to our modern values. The idea is to share the gourmet heritage.





Istanbul is a city that continues to fascinate the world over 2000 years. While exploring this magnificent metropolis you will be surprised to also discover that Istanbul has become ''a shopper's paradise''.

Start with the Grand Bazaar and the Spice Market – Undeniably two of the most significant historical sites of the city. Continue to the most glamorous shopping centers of Europe. One should never forget the Beyoglu – Pera District for Bohemian Istanbul and finally the Nisantasi District, Istanbul’s 5th Avenue of New York City.





Hippodrome, Blue Mosque, Museum of Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, lunch, Grand Bazaar.


Dolmabahce Palace,  Bosphorus excursion by private boat, lunch, Bosphorus Bridge, Beylerbeyi Palace, shopping and leisure at Beylerbeyi.


The Chora Mosque and Museum, Suleymaniye Mosque, lunch, Golden Horn and Miniaturk, Museum of Rahmi Koc.

PRINCE’S ISLANDS: (28 km off Istanbul in the south eastern Marmara Sea)

A full day of leisure and relaxation out on the Prince Islands. The sparkling blue water, clean air and pine forest of the islands have attracted the Istanbul residents for centuries. (Private Boat)

SULTAN’S BOAT  www.sultankayiklari.com

It's magical to look at Istanbul from this angle the eyes of past Sultans witnessed. This familiar city looks so different from this perspective that you too will be entranced by it, as though you are seeing it for the very first time.  


Sea of Marmara and visit to the Prince’s Islands.

Half or Full Day Basic sailing activity with lunch at Burgaz Island.   


This 20 minute tour of Istanbul City and the Bosphorus will allow for the most breathtaking views.


Relaxation and satisfaction in a natural setting. Upon entering our guests will be offered a large colorful towel (Pestemal), followed by a coarse massage with use of a special bath glove (kese), hot water and soap. The massage will leave your skin pink and tingling while you will feel relaxed and pleasantly light. The café of the bath has an open bar serving alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages.




Coctails on the bosphorus with an option to dinner venue drop off.

Perfect 1001 Nights Turkish Gala to small but sophisticated orchestras..

Most spectacular shows privately staged just for our clients and famous belly dancers.

Never forget the Turkish mystic music and sema rituals.




Spanning two continents and once serving as home to three great world empires, Istanbul has always been a crossroads for ideas and innovation. As such, it's no surprise that the city is the recipient of numerous industry awards and accolades, including being named the European Capital of Culture for 2010 by the European Union. This well-deserved popularity undoubtedly comes from Istanbul's distinct ability to blend its historic cultural treasures with modern infrastructure.