Turkey holidays all inclusive: Lots of Things To Do And Animals To See  

by Pool Builders on 02-22-2011 in Articles

Many people visit Turkey to try and spot some of the animals near extinction. You can book eco-friendly trips to see the turtles and monk seals. Turkey holidays all inclusive are a popular choice, especially among families as it gives you more time to enjoy your holiday and less time to worry about the little details.

Only around 500 monk seals are left in the world, and they mainly reside in the Mediterranean area and north-western Africa. Originally monk seals lived in headlands and open beaches and were easy prey, and so hunting has since wiped out most of them so they now live in small groups on rocky areas and in coastal caves rather than open spaces. Monk seals are becoming more and more endangered and now are one of the six most threatened mammal species in the world. These mammals can be hard to find on trips, but you never know when you might get lucky. If you do go on a trip in search of them, you're bound to see plenty of other interesting creatures on your way so even if you don't manage to catch a glimpse of the rare seal you'll still get to witness Turkish wildlife. Excursions to explore the caves are also another great way to get up close to the animals.

There are many hotels you can stay in if you're looking for all inclusive Turkey holidays. Antalya is a nice place near the ocean to stay, good for animal spotting. Hotels available include the Argos, Karyatit, Reutlingen Hof, Tutav Adalya Hotel, Oscar Hotel and Suite Laguna Hotel. The Suite Laguna Hotel is an apartment hotel in the centre of the resort destination of Antalya, and offers a snack and pool bar, garden and swimming pool. The three star Oscar Hotel is in the old part of Antalya and close to the historical sites of the city. Rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, safe deposit box, a restaurant serving Turkish and international specialties and a swimming pool.

Loggerhead turtles are the most common breed of turtle in the Mediterranean and there are many boat excursions where you can get close to these beautiful creatures. If you are worried about your carbon footprint, take a row boat or one with unleaded petrol so it doesn't pollute the ocean. On Turkey's Mediterranean coast, the Akytan lagoon is among the most significant green turtle nesting beaches in the area, as well as a site for migrating birds during winter. The area is loaded with wildlife, including the golden jackal, which threaten the green turtle's existence as it hunts their eggs. Green turtles have become endangered because they are sought after for their meat, as well disease. They are affected by fibropapillomas, which is a disease causing lethal tumours. Many Turkey holidays all inclusive deals will book the trips for you so you don't have to worry about the hassle.

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