All breakfasts, 6 lunches and 5 dinners included.
Breakfast: typically comprising a selection of tea, coffee, bread, butter, jam, cheese, olives, cucumber, tomatoes and yoghurt.
Picnic lunches on trek: typically comprise a selection of bread, cold meat, cheese, (sometimes boiled eggs or tinned fish), fresh salad vegetables, juice and chocolate.
Dinners on trek: most people find that Turkish cuisine is one of the most varied in the world and there is usually something to please everyone. Vegetarians will generally find themselves well catered for as many Turkish dishes are based on vegetables and dairy products.
Other than on trek, drinks are not included with meals (except breakfast) as a wide variety is normally available and this allows you greater choice. On the trek, hot drinks are included but soft drinks, beer and wine are not, although they may be on sale. Mineral water, excellent fruit juices, beer and wine are generally readily available at about half to three-quarters of the UK price, depending on locality. Tea (usually taken in small glasses) is cheap, and so is Turkish coffee (strong, taken in small cups). The only drinks that can be more expensive are European instant coffee and spirits.