Daily Ski tours to Uludag from Istanbul :
Tour details : You will be transferred to the port to take an early ferry to Bursa. You will be met at the port and transferred to your hotel in Uludag. Estimated arrival time to the site is about 11:00. You will be served a lunch pack including sausage sandwich and drinks. After spending couple of hours in the site by either skiing or exploring the fresh&beatiful mountain resort, you will be transferred to the port again for the return ferry to Istanbul departing at late afternoon. We will meet you at the port and transfer to your hotel.
The tour departs everyday of the week except Sunday. We require 2 people to operate the tour. You can contact with us in advance to check the departure dates
The tour cost include air-conditioned minibus transportation, lunch pack, ski pass and round trip ferry tickets. 0-2 years old childs are free, 3-6 years old ones are %50 discounted, all others regarded as adult. Please note that ski equipments are not included which you can rent at site.
What about Uludag ?
Uludag, 36km south of Bursa, is one of the country’s favorite winter sports centers and as well as skiing, its richness of flora and fauna has made it into a National Park and summer activities like trekking and camping are also popular. Uludag was previously known as Olympus Misios in ancient times, and is known in mythology as the place where the gods watched the Trojan war.
Uludag is 2543m high, making it the highest point in the Marmara region, and the Aras Waterfalls and glaciers at the peak are its most interesting geographical features. The steep slopes mean that plant life varies widely between the Bursa plane and the peak, something which has been analyzed by botanical scientists and has made Uludag prominent around the world in this type of research.
The suitable conditions have also formed a habitat for many species of animal and bird life, like bears, wolves, jackals, foxes, roe deer, rabbits, pigs, partridges, wild pigeons, vultures, eagles, black kites, nightingales and gold crests. The Bakacak watchtower at Cobankaya gives a great view over the surrounding area. Between December and May, Uludag is covered with snow sometimes up to 4m deep, making it suitable for skiing, and it is one of the most popular winter sports centers in Turkey. There are 27 hotels, 15 of which are privately owned, with a total of over 3000 beds. The area also has shopping halls, restaurants, cafes and bars, entertainment and health centers.