Apply the same safety rules that you do in your home town. It is natural when on vacation to relax and let our hair down but this is when trouble can occur. Examples include, do not accept drinks from strangers, do not walk in isolated places, use licenced taxis, and do not be a victim of opportunity theft by leaving your handbag wide open.
When checking into your hotel, ask for a business card and carry it around with you at all times. Most hotel business cards have the telephone number and address in case you get lost.
Research the destination in Turkey that you plan to travel to. The coastal resorts are used to seeing bikini-clad women, and most bars, restaurants, and hotels, staff speak English. However, many destinations inland and in the East of the country adhere to more conservative dress standards and finding English speaking Turks can sometimes be hard.
Hassle sometimes occurs while shopping. Do not be scared to say no firmly but politely. If at any time, you feel uncomfortable, walk away
Attractions, shopping, outdoor activities - everything you want to do and see in Didim is easily accessible - within walking distance, a short drive Didim is known for being a very walkable city with a compact downtown core, so you’ll likely find...