I am a multilingual tour guide speaking English, French, Italian, and Japanese. I can also communicate in Chinese, Russian and German I am providing tours around the world. I have more than 10 years of tour guiding experience. I am a member of Nevsehir tour guides association and a supporter of Greenpeace in Turkey.
I have an official tour-guide license issued by the Turkish Ministry of Culture valid in all of Turkey which allows me to conduct tours in every region of Turkey. I have worked for various tour operators and has traveled extensively with American, European, Canadian, Japanese and Chinese groups in their own language.
I have an E-class driver's license and has an unblemished driving record. I consider safe driving on Turkish roads is one of the most important aspects of my work. If you choose my tour, I will pay attention to every detail, and will make certain you receive the best value for your time and money.
* My Education: Graduated from the University of Ankara with a degree in Archeology, Studied at Iowa State University; Iowa City, Iowa, (USA), Studied at Omsk State Pedagogical University; Omsk, (Russia).
* Experience: Started to conduct tours, in 1983 performed over 500 tours, traveled over 300,000 km, He worked for more than 20 travel agencies, including, Cox & Kings, Kuoni, Marmara, I Viaggi Del Ventaglio, Deren Koray Travel etc., conducted archaeological, cultural and religious tours.
* Organizations: An active member and supporter of Greenpeace in Turkey. Is on the translation team and acts as an interpreter during some of their projects in Turkey. Is a member of Turkish Tour Guide Association.
* Personal info: Lives in Cappadocia. He is a vegetarian but sometimes in summer while traveling he also keeps a fruitarian diet which is a diet consisting of eating only fruits and nuts from the trees. He was born in Istanbul and grew up in Ankara. He lives in a town called Nevsehir which is in the Cappadocia region in the very center of Turkey. In his free time he does body building and take walks in the valleys or works on the restoration of his old 17-room Cappadocian cave house (consisting of both caves and regular rooms), transforming it into a small boutique hotel.