ANZAC Day Dawn Service, Gallipoli Turkey

ANZAC Day Dawn Service from Eceabat

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ANZAC Day Dawn Service; transport to ANZAC cove, Gallipoli from Eceabat on 24th April.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
      Festivals & Events
    • Activity Level Leisurely
    • Group Size Medium Group
    All about the ANZAC Day Dawn Service from Eceabat.

    Commemorate the landings of the Anzacs on the Gallipoli Peninsula while attending the Dawn Service that takes place every year on 25 April at the Anzac Commemorative Site. This once-in-a-lifetime experience is a poignant reminder of the sacrifices that took place, not only by the Anzacs but also Turkish soldiers. Our overnight trip from the Gallipoli gateway at Eceabat to Istanbul includes all transport to the Anzac Commemorative Site and Istanbul, as well as the Australian and New Zealand ceremonies at Lone Pine and Chunuk Bair.

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

    Dawn Service, Australian and New Zealand Ceremonies
    All transportation in A/C non-smoking buses
    Breakfast box on morning of Dawn Service
    Entrance fees per itinerary

    Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

    Lunches or dinners
    Sleeping bags or blankets at commemorative site

    1. 24th April Eceabat - Anzac Cove

      20:00 Depart for our sleep-out at the Anzac Commemorative Site where the Dawn Service will take place at Gallipoli for the sleep out overnight at Anzac Cove.

    2. 25th April Gallipoli - Eceabat

      05:30 Dawn Service (breakfast box provided)

      10:00 Australian National Ceremony at Lone Pine where one of the most famous battles of the Gallipoli campaign took place between the Anzacs and Turkish forces.

      11:45 New Zealand National Ceremony at Chunuk Bair where a memorial and ceremony honours those who lost their lives in the battle here.

      Transfer back to Eceabat at the conclusion of both ceremonies.