Yoga in the secluded coves of the Mediterranean is an experience that all yogis should try at least once in their lifetime.
Yoga in the secluded coves of the Mediterranean is an experience that all yogis should try at least once in their lifetime. You can either create your own group or join in one of the yoga groups we bring together. We have experienced English-speaking instructors based in Turkey, but if you would like to bring your own instructor that’s more than welcome. We provide all the equipment and the environment for you to enjoy the perfect yoga experience in the pristine coves of Turkey.
Daily Yoga Programme
- Yoga session
- Traditional Turkish Breakfast with different kinds of jams and cheese, olives, fresh bread, eggs, tomatoes and more. Cereals and muesli would also be an option.
- Free time – There is lots to do on a boat holiday. Swim in the turqoiuse waters of the Aegean, soak up the sun, explore the beautiful bays on a kayak, snorkel, read, chat with fellow yogis, play games and simply relax.
- Lunch cooked with fresh vegetables, followed by fresh Mediterreainan fruits.
- Free time
- Afternoon tea with snacks.
- Yoga session
- Dinner – You will sample the tastiest Traditional Turkish cooking and mezes.
- Free time
For more information please fill in the enquiry form or contact us directly.
Highlights and Activities
As well as doing yoga in the most secluded and peaceful coves and bays of the Aegean Sea, depending on the route, you will visit many natural wonders and historical sites most of which date back to the ancient Lycian civilazation. Caunos, legendary Cleopatra Island, Kız Kumu, Knidos first home of the famous sculpture of The naked Aphrodite of Cnidus, Caretta Caretta Beach, Lycian tombs carved in rock, Butterfly Valley, Ölüdeniz and more.
To find out more about our recommended routes and see photos and maps click on the pictures below.
Most boats have a range of water toys such as sea kayaks, water skis and snorkelling gear, as well as board games, chess, backgammon etc. to keep you active during your trip. That is, of course, if you don’t want to just sit back and relax for an entire week.
Dates & Prices
|6 June – 13 June
|2 spaces left
|13 June – 20 June
|No spaces left
|12 Sept – 19 Sept
|8 spaces left
|26 Sept – 3 Oct
|10 spaces left
Prices are per person in a double cabin on a full board basis.
Double cabin for single use: 60% extra
- Gulet charter fees
- Yoga Instructor fees and equipment
- Food (all three meals & afternoon snacks)
- Crew services
- Yacht insurance
- Drinks (reasonably priced on board bar)
- Airport transfers. (we can arrange transfers)
- Port taxes in foreign waters
- Mooring fees in foreign waters
- Fuel for engined water toys such as jet-ski
- Land excursions and entrance fees to sites
A gulet is a two or three masted wooden boat usually found in the eastern Mediterranean. Thanks to their spacious design and high capacity water and fuel tanks, gulets are ideal for leisure charters. For Carian Trail Trek & Sail Tour we will use a luxury class gulet containing a mixture of double and twin cabins with A/C and en-suite bathroom. All of our gulets have plenty of deck area for sunbathing etc. All meals s are taken on aft deck in beautiful coves. Basic snorkelling equipment will be available for the use of our guests.
All of our boats have on-board chefs who specialise in cooking local dishes. If you think Turkish food is all about doner kebabs, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. There’s lots of fresh fruit and vegetables, olive oil dishes, grilled fish and meat and wonderful mezes. All food is prepared by the chef and served by the crew. We can also cater for vegetarians. Take a look at our sample menu for more details.
Cigdem had her first hot yoga experience in Bikram Yoga Studios in Vienna in 2006. She also practiced Vinyasa, Hatha and Ashtanga yoga intensively and gained an in depth knowledge. Cigdem got her yoga instructor licence in Thailand in 2010 and carried on instructing yoga in Vienna. She also worked at Vienna Body and Health Academy as an instructor.
Finally, Cigdem moved to Turkey to share her knowledge and experience and opened her yoga studio. She is now instructing classes in Turkish, English and German.
Sam is an Introductory II Level Certified Iyengar Yoga teacher. He began studying yoga in 1996 to reduce stress and recover from sports injuries. Sam says that yoga has improved his strength, endurance and range of motion, and it has made him feel young. His primary yoga teachers are Kevin Gardiner, Rita Keller and Richard Schachtel.
Esra has been practicing yoga since 2004. From the sense of clarity, balance and openness that the practice of yoga brought to her, she knew immediately that she wanted yoga to be part of her life. To deepen her knowledge in 2011 she went to New York to be part of OM Yoga Center’s 200-hr Yoga Alliance registered teacher events. Since discovering the depth and precision of Iyengar Yoga she has been studying with beloved yoga experts Joan White, Patricia Walden, Bobby Clennell, Lois Steinberg and Samuel Jones. In her sessions, she imposes students how to enrich their yoga practice according to their own body type, by minimizing the risk of injury or strain and making the postures accessible to both young and old, how to bring yoga into daily life and use different tools for practicing yoga everywhere.
Yoga in the secluded coves of the Mediterranean is an experience that all yogis should try at least once in their lifetime. Yoga on gulet tours are organized on selected dates for a week. Fill in the enquiry form or call us for more information.
6 June - 13 June____________£949 pp
13 June - 20 June___________£949 pp
12 Sept - 19 Sept___________£949 pp
26 Sept - 3 Oct_____________£949 pp
Tour score and score breakdown
Based on 2 reviews
- Value for money
- Program accuracy
Went last year with 4 friends. We were 14 in total on board. We had an amazing time. First of all being on a boat for a week is great. Far away from all the commercial hotels, packed beaches. All you can hear is the nature. It was just a great experience. I especially loved our morning yoga sessions. Watching the sunrise from the deck of a gulet surrounded by blue waters and pine trees just felt like heaven. I couldn't speak highly enough of it. Gulet Escapes stuff was very helpful from the start to end as well. Kudos for running such a great retreat.
That it ended :(
In one word amazing. I've done yoga in so many different places but doing yoga on a gulet is absolutely amazing. First I was worried about being on a boat for a week with mostly people I don't know but it took us less than an hour to get acquainted. To be honest when you're surrounded by such beauty socializing gets much easier. You get to see lots of beautiful coves, incredibly clear water. I can't describe the colour of the blue, you have to see it yourself. And food was great too. Not pretentious. Delicious Turkish home cooking.. Our yoga instructor was really good as well. She was very attentive.I recommend all my fellow yogis out there to give this a go. Just a week of pure serenity and meditation. 10 out of 10
Can't think of one.