From Manchester Family Holiday to All Inclusive Aqua Fantasy Aquapark Hotel & Spa , Kusadasi, Turkey 4*plus Hotel, inc luggage, flight, transfers, late checkout, free child, two rooms, £235.55pp Total Cost £1,413.32 (family of 6) @ First Choice Hol - HotUKDeals
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From Manchester Family Holiday to All Inclusive Aqua Fantasy Aquapark Hotel & Spa , Kusadasi, Turkey 4*plus Hotel, inc luggage, flight, transfers, late checkout, free child, two rooms, £235.55pp Total Cost £1,413.32 (family of 6) @ First Choice Hol

£235.55 @ First Choice
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
From Manchester Family Holiday to All Inclusive Aqua Fantasy Aquapark Hotel & Spa , Kusadasi, Turkey 4*plus Hotel, inc luggage, flight, transfers, late checkout, free child, two rooms, £235.55pp Total Cost £1,413.32 (family of 6) @ First Choice Holidays

Based on a family of 6 or 3 but you can try a few combinations the price say £370 but as you click more details the discounts are added I based mine on (2 Adults & 4 Children), input all details uncheck charity box if you wish, enter coupon code SALE100 if total booking is over £1,000, late check out available for £36 per room if required, Also good prices for 13 May 2017. Adnan Menderes Airport is 55 mins from hotel.

GOING OUT
Manchester Airport - Izmir, Adnan Menderes Airport
Terminal Two
Thomson Airways
Flight no: TOM662

6 May 2017
15:30 > 21:30

COMING BACK

Izmir, Adnan Menderes Airport - Manchester Airport
Main Terminal
Thomson Airways
Flight no: TOM663

13 May 2017
22:30 > 00:45
(14 May 2017)
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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9 Likes
MisterSkinflint
Too many terrorist murders in Muslim countries.

What a pathetic reply, look how many murders happen in non muslim countries.
8 Likes
Stats for where Brits have died abroad from 14/15
http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/25/590x/secondary/New-stats-show-where-Briton-mostly-die-438974.jpg
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I work for the Home Office and if there is 1 place I would urge you not to go with your family it is Turkey. No matter how much they discount it just isn't worth the risk. And this is from someone who used to go to Side twice a year. It's a shame as the Turkish people are lovely but they simply can't guarantee your safety.
8 Likes
tdogg
Stats for where Brits have died abroad from 14/15
http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/25/590x/secondary/New-stats-show-where-Briton-mostly-die-438974.jpg


Spain is the top because hundreds of thousands of Brits holiday there and tens of thousands retire out there.
7 Likes
Too many terrorist murders in Muslim countries.

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banned#1
we don't break up till bank holiday may weekend (26th)
7 Likes #3
Too many terrorist murders in Muslim countries.
9 Likes #4
MisterSkinflint
Too many terrorist murders in Muslim countries.

What a pathetic reply, look how many murders happen in non muslim countries.
3 Likes #5
when our kids were younger we went to turkey 7 times and would have recommended it to others, I certainly would not consider going now after what has happened/developing. The prices on this deal reflect this and is why Spain/Tenerife is getting more expensive.
1 Like #6
Actually been here few years ago...is the worse all inclusive ever been to...food awful and drinks so watered down they are nearly clear...I too in the current climate will be avoiding these countries anyhow...more of a pathetic statement by op to suggest someone doesn't have right to decide is not worth the risk...trust me there is plenty...
4 Likes #7
I have been many times, fully enjoyed it and the reason booking again, the price goes to £ 800/£900 pounds per person when you juggle with the dates....everyone entitle to their opinions and choice of holiday......If there were serious issues with this resort/country Gov.UK Foreign travel advice would have suspended all flights, Nice country, Nice holiday,
4 Likes #8
MisterSkinflint
Too many terrorist murders in Muslim countries.
Actually this is an excellent reply. Why risk your families lives when you can go to 'safer' places such as the Balearics, Canaries, Spain and Portugal??!! It's a no brainer for me. I'm glad the Muslim holiday resorts have gone down the pan anyway. We used to go as a family to Tunisia 30 years ago when I was a child (!) and even back then I remember the locals trying to rip you off as soon as you step foot out of the airport, it will always stick with me. Good riddance.
3 Likes #9
foxymeister
MisterSkinflint
Too many terrorist murders in Muslim countries.
Actually this is an excellent reply. Why risk your families lives when you can go to 'safer' places such as the Balearics, Canaries, Spain and Portugal??!! It's a no brainer for me. I'm glad the Muslim holiday resorts have gone down the pan anyway. We used to go as a family to Tunisia 30 years ago when I was a child (!) and even back then I remember the locals trying to rip you off as soon as you step foot out of the airport, it will always stick with me. Good riddance.

Calm Down lol … You Are Much More Likely to Be Killed By Boring, Mundane Things than Terrorism
8 Likes #10
Stats for where Brits have died abroad from 14/15
http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/25/590x/secondary/New-stats-show-where-Briton-mostly-die-438974.jpg
8 Likes #11
I work for the Home Office and if there is 1 place I would urge you not to go with your family it is Turkey. No matter how much they discount it just isn't worth the risk. And this is from someone who used to go to Side twice a year. It's a shame as the Turkish people are lovely but they simply can't guarantee your safety.
8 Likes #12
tdogg
Stats for where Brits have died abroad from 14/15
http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/25/590x/secondary/New-stats-show-where-Briton-mostly-die-438974.jpg


Spain is the top because hundreds of thousands of Brits holiday there and tens of thousands retire out there.
2 Likes #13
matth5182
I work for the Home Office and if there is 1 place I would urge you not to go with your family it is Turkey. No matter how much they discount it just isn't worth the risk. And this is from someone who used to go to Side twice a year. It's a shame as the Turkish people are lovely but they simply can't guarantee your safety.

Interesting you work for the home office and you have serious concerns, and the government don't suspend flights to Turkey, I will check up with them on this.....
#14
Try booking for 27 JULY £1,017 pp
#15
eaglenisa11
I have been many times, fully enjoyed it and the reason booking again, the price goes to £ 800/£900 pounds per person when you juggle with the dates....everyone entitle to their opinions and choice of holiday......If there were serious issues with this resort/country Gov.UK Foreign travel advice would have suspended all flights, Nice country, Nice holiday,

There is serious issues with this country, do you not watch the news?
1 Like #16
They were still sending people to the Gambia as well and to Sharm. It's about balancing the risk. and how much political pressure we receive from the other country and how much we stand to lose when they reciprocate. What I said is purely MY own opinion but believe me it is an informed opinion. I wouldn't risk my family.
1 Like #17
eaglenisa11
matth5182
I work for the Home Office and if there is 1 place I would urge you not to go with your family it is Turkey. No matter how much they discount it just isn't worth the risk. And this is from someone who used to go to Side twice a year. It's a shame as the Turkish people are lovely but they simply can't guarantee your safety.

Interesting you work for the home office and you have serious concerns, and the government don't suspend flights to Turkey, I will check up with them on this.....


They were still sending people to the Gambia and Sharm as well. It's about balancing the risk and how much political pressure we receive from the country. Also how much we stand to lose if the country reciprocates. What I said is purely MY opinion but believe me it is an informed opinion.
1 Like #19
Bit concerned about the location but I just can't say no to a free child!
1 Like #20
matth5182
tdogg
Stats for where Brits have died abroad from 14/15
http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/25/590x/secondary/New-stats-show-where-Briton-mostly-die-438974.jpg


Spain is the top because hundreds of thousands of Brits holiday there and tens of thousands retire out there.


up to 12 million a year ! :p

Edited By: blueoctober on Jan 24, 2017 17:45: spelling
1 Like #21
uksparky
Bit concerned about the location but I just can't say no to a free child!

Location is Brilliant!
6 Likes #22
matth5182
I work for the Home Office and if there is 1 place I would urge you not to go with your family it is Turkey. No matter how much they discount it just isn't worth the risk. And this is from someone who used to go to Side twice a year. It's a shame as the Turkish people are lovely but they simply can't guarantee your safety.


what a ridiculous comment.no country can gaurantee your safety!!!
londons not cheap to stay in.but 7/7 still happened there!!
same goes for new york but 9/11 happened!!!
the state of the world today,anything can happen anywhere!!
1 Like #23
voted hot it's a deal regardless of possible terrorism and let's be realistic these idiots will strike anywhere at anytime Paris Germany America Egypt imo and has already stated these government restrictions/advice are more based on relationships between countries if we didn't have such strong ties with them all english flights would be grounded to turkey just like they did to sharm
#24
Nobody thought Gambia was risky.....
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey
1 Like #25
dafunq
voted hot it's a deal regardless of possible terrorism and let's be realistic these idiots will strike anywhere at anytime Paris Germany America Egypt imo and has already stated these government restrictions/advice are more based on relationships between countries if we didn't have such strong ties with them all english flights would be grounded to turkey just like they did to sharm
It's a deal regardless of terrorism !!!!
We're talking FAMILY holidays here which of course involves children.....the mind boggles at people's attitude to what should be the most precious thing in their lives.

I believe if the government banned all flights without 100% proof of something, they could be taken to court by travel companies, which is one reason they have to strike a balance.
2 Likes #26
tdogg
Stats for where Brits have died abroad from 14/15http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/25/590x/secondary/New-stats-show-where-Briton-mostly-die-438974.jpg
This makes interesting reading too - Here’s where you’re most likely to be murdered while on holiday if you’re British

Oh what a cheery little thread this is turning out to be.



Edited By: BargainMad on Jan 24, 2017 11:14: Add further comment
1 Like #27
tdogg
Stats for where Brits have died abroad from 14/15
http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/25/590x/secondary/New-stats-show-where-Briton-mostly-die-438974.jpg
Do you have the figures for alcohol related deaths amongst that lot..... many deaths abroad are caused by drunken or drugged up Brits falling from balconies - I have friends in eastern Europe and every year there are headlines something like ''another drunk foreigner falls off balcony'' in the local press (worded rather differently in our papers here of course).
1 Like #28
I totally agree but at least we have the security services working behind the scenes. I don't have any faith in turkey's current regime. If somewhere can be avoided to minimise risk then I do. It all boils down to what price you put on your safety and if you're willing to play the odds. If it was just me I'd be holidaying there still but not with the kids. Again just my opinion and no disrespect to anyone who thinks differently
1 Like #30

it's fine to go then, it says as long as you are vigilant!
watch for danger, at night, have family members take a 2 hourly watch from balcony, rest at pool during daytime!
#31
price is now showing £377 :(
1 Like #32
I just find it difficult to understand how people have got so conditioned into being scared of terrorism when things like people dying falling over from putting on their trousers in the morning or dying from bee stings account for more deaths. If we all thought like this we wouldn't leave the house.........or put on any trousers:). Seriously though , if thinking about Turkey I would not go to Istanbul or Ankarra, anywhere else holds no more risk than anywhere else. You are a lot more likely to get shot in Florida. Personally the only country that is popular with Brits that I would not go is Egypt. On that cheery note I will leave it be.
#33
Myself and my family have holidayed in Turkey several times over the past couple of years. However during my last visit for work in November I was required to check in with a security team each day, and my trip next week has been cancelled now on security grounds. I know its cheap but do think twice, the polictical unrest there and the depreciation of the currency is impacting everything.
1 Like #34
kamenitzabrit
dafunq
voted hot it's a deal regardless of possible terrorism and let's be realistic these idiots will strike anywhere at anytime Paris Germany America Egypt imo and has already stated these government restrictions/advice are more based on relationships between countries if we didn't have such strong ties with them all english flights would be grounded to turkey just like they did to sharm
It's a deal regardless of terrorism !!!!
We're talking FAMILY holidays here which of course involves children.....the mind boggles at people's attitude to what should be the most precious thing in their lives.

I believe if the government banned all flights without 100% proof of something, they could be taken to court by travel companies, which is one reason they have to strike a balance.


Yes!!!! its a deal regardless!!! you find it cheaper & I'll admit I'm wrong!!! :p
2 Likes #35
[quote=BookieBasher]...drinks so watered down they are nearly clear...quote]

Maybe you were sitting too close to the water flumes?!
1 Like #36
matth5182
I work for the Home Office and if there is 1 place I would urge you not to go with your family it is Turkey. No matter how much they discount it just isn't worth the risk. And this is from someone who used to go to Side twice a year. It's a shame as the Turkish people are lovely but they simply can't guarantee your safety.


dannyb182
matth5182
I work for the Home Office and if there is 1 place I would urge you not to go with your family it is Turkey. No matter how much they discount it just isn't worth the risk. And this is from someone who used to go to Side twice a year. It's a shame as the Turkish people are lovely but they simply can't guarantee your safety.
what a ridiculous comment.no country can gaurantee your safety!!!
londons not cheap to stay in.but 7/7 still happened there!!
same goes for new york but 9/11 happened!!!
the state of the world today,anything can happen anywhere!!

dannyb182
matth5182
I work for the Home Office and if there is 1 place I would urge you not to go with your family it is Turkey. No matter how much they discount it just isn't worth the risk. And this is from someone who used to go to Side twice a year. It's a shame as the Turkish people are lovely but they simply can't guarantee your safety.
what a ridiculous comment.no country can gaurantee your safety!!!
londons not cheap to stay in.but 7/7 still happened there!!
same goes for new york but 9/11 happened!!!
the state of the world today,anything can happen anywhere!!

more recently the Christmas market in Berlin
the killings on the seafront in Nice
the attack in Paris
and yes the New Year nightclub attack in Istanbul,nowhere but nowhere is !00 % safe in this day and age,and by the way I and my family Live in Istanbul and we holiday here as well
#37
tdogg
Stats for where Brits have died abroad from 14/15
http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/25/590x/secondary/New-stats-show-where-Briton-mostly-die-438974.jpg


Thailand second they'll all involve wardrobes and belts. oO
#38
BargainMad
tdogg
Stats for where Brits have died abroad from 14/15http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/25/590x/secondary/New-stats-show-where-Briton-mostly-die-438974.jpg
This makes interesting reading too - Here’s where you’re most likely to be murdered while on holiday if you’re British
Oh what a cheery little thread this is turning out to be.
Will i be ok, if i speak french and have onions around my neck then?
#39
salsheikh
price is now showing £377 :(

Price is still 235 pp how many Adults and children are you and are you looking at the 6th or 13th if you dont require late check out the price is £229
#40
eaglenisa11
If there were serious issues with this resort/country Gov.UK Foreign travel advice would have suspended all flights, Nice country, Nice holiday,

Foreign office advice is worthless. Didn't change it with Tunisia until after the beach attack in 2015, which was too late for those poor souls. You're better just watching the news and assessing the situation for yourself.

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