- 09 May 21 07:00 - 14 May 21 19:00
- Çanakkale, Turkey
Photograph: Gallipoli Association and Battle Honours group walking via Shell Green to Lone Pine.
Following previous tours of Gallipoli, in conjunction with Battle Honours Ltd, we are pleased to be offering trips for members and friends to visit the Peninsula in the company of fellow enthusiasts and authorities. Hopefully 2021 will see us return in greater numbers to Gallipoli following the challenges of Covid-19 during 2020.
2021 will see us running concurrent walking and coach tours which will visit all the most important spots of Gallipoli. This comprehensive battlefield tour will not only cover the main areas of the campaign, at a relaxed pace, but also some of the seldom visited spots not offered on other tour itineraries. We believe this tour is second to none, and with all the advantages of like-minded individuals, this intimate group will discover trench remains, old mule tracks, dried up gullies and the quiet beaches of this beautiful Peninsula.
Our tours are led by Gallipoli Association and Guild of Battlefield Guide members.
There are two battlefield tours this year that are running back to back:
· ‘Walking Gallipoli’ Tour – 9-14 May 2021
· ‘Hidden Gallipoli’ Tour – 9-14 May 2021
Estimated Costs (TBC):
- £1550:00 with flights (£1500:00 for GA Members)
- £1350:00 non flight option (£1300:00 for GA Members)
The Gallipoli Association, with Battle Honours Ltd, are pleased to be offering not only the popular ‘Walking Gallipoli’ Tour in the company of fellow enthusiasts and authorities, but also our new ‘Hidden Gallipoli’ Tour. One week, or two weeks, the choice is yours.
Walking Gallipoli, led by our historian and author, Stephen Chambers alongside guide, author and member Clive Harris, will offer a series of walks covering the highlights of the campaign, conducted at a relaxed pace and with scope to visit spots not offered on other tour itineraries. We feel this tour offers the most comprehensive tour available to Gallipoli, as part of a like-minded intimate group to reach seldom visited spots via mule tracks, dried up gullies and quiet beaches. The distances are not excessive, our average day involves around 6 miles over undulating ground but at a pace to suit the needs of the group, if you have any concerns please feel free to give us a call.
We will stay in a charming Canakkale boutique hotel with well-equipped rooms: A/C, TV, en-suite bathrooms and bar facilities. Bed and Breakfast basis, with packed or cafe lunches included. Evening meals are not included.
'Hidden Gallipoli' is designed for those who have been to Gallipoli before with us and want to explore new areas such as Kum Kale and Kereves Dere to study the French contribution to the campaign. We will have explore the new walking routes at Anzac where original trenches and tunnels have recently been uncovered from the scrub. At suvla we will walk Kiretch Tepe and looks at the Irish involvement, and also that of both the Yeomanry and 11th Division on W Hills which is a spectacular walk along the heights. Getting in amongst the valleys of North Anzac are always exciting, here the battleground of General Monash's Australian Brigade and Cox's Indian Brigade are studied along with the Territorial Divisions that held this ground up to the time of the evacuation.
To enquire or to reserve a space, please email: email@example.com
Photograph: A wrecked 'Horse' Lighter on W Beach, Lancashire Landing.
Photograph: A 'Gully Ravine' hero - Second Lieutenant A V Smith VC, the last Victoria Cross to be won on the Peninsula.
Photograph: Walking Gully Ravine