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Hi all.

I'm taking my first trip to Gallipoli at the beginning of June and I'm looking for recommendations for a tour guide. I've only got two days and I'd like to focus down near Cape Helles where my great-grandpa came ashore with the 1st Borders on 10th October.

It'd be much appreciated if anyone can point me in the direction of a guide who can show me the sights and get out and about on the ground with me.

Thanks,
Jake

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First I thought "Post a question on the Tripadvisor forum for Gallipoli, and you'll get results" but that has its last contribution 3 years ago, so maybe not the best place.

https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowForum-g670031-i12270-Gallipoli_Canakkale_Province_Turkish_Aegean_Coast.html

 

One reply, from 5 years ago mind!, *could* be interesting:

"The Yellow Rose Pansiyon in the centre is an aussie run B&B. Clean cheap, central and popular. They organise tours [....]"

Their website: http://www.yellowrose.4mg.com/

Starts in Turkish, scroll down for English.

 

From 9 years ago there's also a mention of a website for "probably the best guide for Gallipoli Battlefields", but that website hasn't been updated since 2009......

https://www.kcelik.com/index.php

 

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On 13/05/2022 at 16:00, Collyhurstkid said:

Hi Jake

You might consider having a look at this site:

https://www.gbg-international.com/countries/turkey

Good luck and best wishes

Gary

Thanks Gary, I'll take a look. Much appreciated.

 

On 14/05/2022 at 00:38, kenf48 said:

The Gallipoli Association May be able to advise

https://www.gallipoli-association.org

 

A great idea! Thanks very much

 

On 14/05/2022 at 00:21, JWK said:

First I thought "Post a question on the Tripadvisor forum for Gallipoli, and you'll get results" but that has its last contribution 3 years ago, so maybe not the best place.

https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowForum-g670031-i12270-Gallipoli_Canakkale_Province_Turkish_Aegean_Coast.html

 

One reply, from 5 years ago mind!, *could* be interesting:

"The Yellow Rose Pansiyon in the centre is an aussie run B&B. Clean cheap, central and popular. They organise tours [....]"

Their website: http://www.yellowrose.4mg.com/

Starts in Turkish, scroll down for English.

 

From 9 years ago there's also a mention of a website for "probably the best guide for Gallipoli Battlefields", but that website hasn't been updated since 2009......

https://www.kcelik.com/index.php

 

Thanks a lot JWK, I'll do some digging!

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