Bodrum Kos Island Tour

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  • Same Day Return TicketStart Time: 07:45
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  • Adult25€
  • Child(6-12)13€
  • Infant(0-5)5€
  • Tour Times08:00 / 18:00
  • Boat TypeFast Catamaran
  • Hotel TransferNo

Same Day Return Ticket: Tour will leave Bodrum in the Morning and after visiting Kos, you will get back to Bodrum in the same day.

Open Ticket: You will go to Kos in the morning and can stay as long as you want in Kos. Return to Bodrum at any day you want.

One Way Ticket: This is ticket type is only one way.

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Day Trip To Kos Island From Bodrum

If you want to fit two beautiful countries into one amazing vacation, our Kos Island Tour from Bodrum is exactly what you need. Some of the Greek islands are so close to Turkish coastline, that it looks as if you can take a short swim and clime their shore. We’ve decided to make that dream a reality and we are taking you to visit the gorgeous Kos island directly from Bodrum.

Our fantastic journey starts with a free pick-up from your hotel. Our driver will take you for a short and comfy ride to Bodrum port, where you will board our impressive high-speed ferry, and we will sail west, toward the gorgeous Kos island.

After a smooth twenty-minute ferry journey across the Aegean, we will step onto Greek soil. In the harbor of Kos Town. You will have eight hours of free time to roam its charming narrow streets. With its unique scenery of beautifully pastel-colored houses, archeological sites and lovely churches, Kos is a new dimension on its own. With numerous temples, castles, theatres, as well its modern town square vibrant with chic cafes and stylish shops, Kos island is every tourist’s dream.

Kos is a second largest of the Dodecanese Islands, located 12 miles west from Bodrum. This wonderful island has its place in history as well. It is a birthplace of Hippocrates, the father of medicine. You will get a chance to take a walk to the Hippocrates tree, under which, according to the legend, Hippocrates taught his pupils the art of medicine. You can also visit the archeological site of Asklepieion. Asklepieion the oldest healing center of the ancient world and the most outstanding monument of the Kos island.

After those delightful eight hours of peaceful and fascinating sightseeing are over, you will meet the rest of your group in the harbor and sail back to Bodrum. Upon your arrival, our driver will pick you up and take you back to your hotel.

Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to see this captivating and unique island without the fuss of the usual tourist queues. Take a gentle wander through history, at your own pace. Let the miracles of the old days tell their story, as you feast your eyes on the beauties of this exquisite island.

Highlights

  • Stroll through the Old Town in Kos and find unique souvenirs at the bazaar
  • Explore the Greek island Kos for a day during your stay in Turkey
  • Have a full free day in Kos to explore, shop and dine

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What's Included

  • Ferry Ticket (Both Ways)
  • Full Insurance
  • Tax of Port

What's Excluded

  • Personal Expenditure
  • Drinks
  • Food

Don't Forget

  • It is highly recommended that you bring sunscreen, a hat and a bottle of water.
  • The catamaran may not operate in bad weather conditions.
  • Don't forget to bring your passports.
  • The day at Kos is not guided.

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Emmat Watsn

Couple Traveller

Don’t miss it! If you are in Bodrum it’s a pity if you don’t visit kos. It’s literally opposite! Once there we had the whole day free, and we started exploring the city centre with my friends. Sightseeing-wise, there are many things to see from different time periods. Mosques, churches, sites from ancient Greece, everything. The food was delicious and there are many options in terms of restaurants in the centre. People were nice also, we had small chats with some locals, and they gave us some tips. It was a super day, absolutely recommended.

Ricardo Benz

Solo Traveller

I was in Bodrum last week and realised how close this island is. Found this day trip online and booked it. Simple booking, very effective team. I got transfers to the port and my ferry tickets. The trip is cool, you are sailing between two countries and the views from the deck are mesmerising. Kos is very interesting. Looks like a big city, it has everything. Went to some archaeological sites, but also spent time to the beach. It was crowded but I had fun! I also rent a bike and went around to explore some cool places. Loved it!

Gemma Hickie

Solo Traveller

Kos is a small little island and it was nice to spend a day there.