Where to Go on A Quadski Safari on the Turkish Riviera

The Turkish Riviera is every bit as beautiful and exotic as it sounds. You can enter a world carved from precious gems with turquoise sparkling waters, silver sands and golden sunshine that makes everything glow with the Midas touch. On the blissful Riviera you can enjoy a beautiful blend of opulent luxury with old world charm, world class cuisine and of course indulge all your senses.

20140430_gibbs sports_2218The Quadski is without a doubt, the perfect way to explore the heavenly spots decorating the Riviera. With its high powered speeds and its all-terrain capabilities you can cruise the land and the water in style, allowing for total freedom of first class exploration. Take a look at these spots you must stop by on your Quadski safari along the glitzy Turkish Riviera.

Start your Quadski safari on a high with a visit to one of the seven wonders of the Ancient world in Bodrum – the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus. The 15th century castle, the blue and white carved landscape and the glamorous yachts sitting pretty in the harbour make Bodrum a must see spot. Peacocks strut their feathers in the lush castle gardens, glassblowers craft incredible homewares behind open doors and the streets spill over with a chic café culture from dawn until dusk.

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The blue lagoon of Oludeniz shimmers with many hues of blue and is tucked away out of sight on a sheltered bay. Backed by fragrant pine hills and with incredibly calm waters that welcome you, this is exactly what paradise should look like. Spend the day soaking up the sights, discovering the mythical Lycian rock-cut tombs, swimming in the lagoon and watching paragliders take the leap of faith from the dizzying heights of Babadağ Mountain.

Ancient city walls, soft white sands and the impressive Temple of Apollo are the three things that draw visitors to the old city of Side. This impressive little gem is the perfect place to stop by on your Quadski safari to embrace cultural heritage and a splash of afternoon fun. The tiny village peppered with mythology, past times and modern peaceful charm means that you can hike the winding streets, swirl a glass of wine with the sunset and immerse yourself in blue flag bliss.

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Lively, pretty and backed by the beautiful Taurus Mountains, Kemer is worth swinging by. Deep dark forests, turquoise waters and shadowy mountains make for the perfect mise en scene to delight and inspire. Discover the open air museum of Yoryuk Park, witness the never-ending natural flames that lick the Yanartas Mountain and see the world famous caves of Beldibi marked with ancient paintings.

Bio: Roxanne Génier is the co-founder of both LuxeInAcity, a luxury travel magazine with curated city guides, and AgenceLuxury, a digital marketing agency for luxury brands. Having traveled to over 65 countries while working for the elite, Roxanne is constantly roaming the world to experience the best. Follow her on Google + at +RoxanneGenier.

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