See what life is like for the locals with a walking tour that takes you to explore real and rural Turkey – the parts that most tourists miss out on. Trek into the Anatolian countryside with an expert guide, and you'll visit a typical village, take a traditional Turkish tea break and descend into Cennet Canyon to swim in a natural pool.
In the little Anatolian village of Kaemler, you'll meet your guide for the day – a local resident who'll show you around. You'll learn about everyday life here and stop to snap a few photos – the mosque's minaret makes a great selfie backdrop.
The rest of the morning is spent walking through olive groves, avocado plantations and pine-clad hills, between a break for Turkish tea. The star of the show though is Cennet Canyon. It's known as the ‘Paradise Canyon', which says everything you need to know about the scenery here, making it the ideal place to round off with a well-earned swim in a secret lagoon.