These Turkish nights filled with traditional Turkish folklore music and dance, oriental belly dancing and popular music, are recommended to all tourists visiting Turkey.
When you leave the spacious courtyard of Club CaravansÚrail, through the 5 metres high solid wood and metal doors, after an exciting evening of Turkish dance, music and delicious Turkish food, you feel energised and uplifted.
During the course of the evening, guests are entertained by professional dancers and musicians. The programme includes Turkish Folk dancing, Belly dancing and popular music by violinists, and singers. The evening builds up to a climax and ends with three petite but extremely strong dancers, presenting a spectacular item showing a fusion of different dance forms, and also incorporating bass drums and dancing with veils and finger cymbals.
The Turkish folk dancing items, showing a variety of Turkish dance styles are presented by the Aegean's Dream Turkish Folk Dance Group. Fatih Akcayuzlu, is an excellent choreographer and teacher, who succeeded in establishing a dance company of well trained and well rehearsed dancers who performed with precision and enjoyment.
Fatih uses interesting patterning and grouping, authentic music, beautiful costumes and interesting lighting effects - non-stop dance entertainment enjoyed by all. It is fascinating to watch the two spinning Dervish dancers, accompanied by a Turkish flute and in the last item the male dancers each has a turn to show off their amazing skills. The costumes are stunning and are beautifully decorated, with lots of attention to detail.
Club CaravansÚrail is a beautiful hotel & restaurant in Kusadasi, on the South West coast of Turkey.
It is situated next to the entrance to the Grand Bazaar and opposite the harbor where huge cruise liners lie and wait for their passengers to come on board again after a Turkish shopping experience and drinking Turkish coffee or Turkish apple tea on the Marina, while enjoying the magnificent shades of bright blues of the Aegean Sea.
In 1618, Kervan Seray, built by Okuz Mehmet Pasha, was a place where tired travelers could rest to enable them to continue their journey with renewed strength.
In 2010, Club CaravansÚrail is a place where travelers can relax and where bodies, souls and spirits are refreshed and energised.www.kusadasihotelcaravanserail.com
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