Resurrection Ertugrul Ghazi Tour in Turkey

Resurrection Ertugrul Ghazi Tour in Turkey

Why everyone Watch Ertugrul Ghazi . Unless you have been living in a cave,you would have probably heard of Ertugrul or Resurrection Ertugrul .

First aired in 2014 this Turkish TV series has since taken audinces from around the world by storm

The series tells the story of Erugrul Ghazi who founded the Ottoman Empire that lasted 6 centuries . It dramaties Ertugrul’s mission to find a permanent homeland for his tribe while he was fiercely battles the Mongols,Crusaders,and the Byzantine Empire.

Ertugrul’s struggle sets off a chain of events taht would ultimately lead to the founding of the Ottoman Empire which was the last Islamic Khilafah . Millons of people have been watching the series in various languages.

The series is a great reminder of why Muslims became great. The characteristics the early Muslims possessed, and the relationship they had with Islam.

If you haven’t watched Dirilis: Ertugrul yet, you should … EYVALLAH

Ertugrul Ghazi Visiting in Sogut Bilecik Turkey

Pick up from the hotel around 06 : 00 Am or 06 : 30 Am

After 3,5 Hours drive you will visit there .

Step back in time and enrich yourself with the rich history of Sogut …

Walk in the foot steps of our great hero Ertugrul Gazi. This is a must for any fans of the smash hit Netflix series

Ertugrul : Resurrection thought as being on par with Game of Thrones.

Join us as we travel to a time long forgotten and bring this part of important Ottoman history to life.

All Areas are a tranquil haven featuring naturally beautiful surroundings. Some places are untouched and as they

were when our hero walked through them.After we give you break time for shopping or drinking tea…

then namaz time after namaz we go to eat Lunch .Around 14 : 30 – 15 : 00 pm we drive back to Istanbul

Drop back to the hotel at 19 : 00 pm

Full Day Ertugrul Ghazi Tour

1 Person
2 Pax
250 Euro Per person 
3 – 5 Pax
150 Euro Per person 

Tour Includes.

  • Private Tours Are Available All Year Long.
  • Tour Includes Minivan or Sprinter & Guidance Service in English
  • Breakfast , Lunch, Drinks are INCLUDED !!!
  • Tips EXCLUDED !!
  • Children 0-6 Free .. 06 – 10 Ages are  % 50 Discount
  • Tours are made by Senguler Tourism – Istanbul Life ORG
    Member of TURSAB Agency Association / A Licence: 4691



Ertugrul Ghazi is the father of the founder of the Ottoman Empire, Osman Ghazi. Although the information about him is uncertain, it is known that; he was a member of the Kayi Clan. The ancestors of Ertugrul Ghazi were under the command of Sultan Tugrul Bey of Seljuks and Alparslan and they came to Ahlat region first. They joined to the raids in Anatolia. After Eyyubies had captured Ahlat, Gunduz Alp, the father of Ertugrul Ghazi, migrated to Mardin region. And after the plunder of Mardin by the Mongolians, they left this region and they moved through central Anatolia. The Kayi Clan, under the command of Gunduz Alp migrated to Surmelicukur of Pasinler plain of Erzurum. In a short while Gunduz Alp fallen ill and died and Ertugrul Ghazi replaced him. As the Mongolians advanced in Anatolia, he and his brother Dundar Bey moved through the western parts of Anatolia. In Sivas, they assisted the Seljuk Army against the Mongolians. Alaeddin Keykubat, the sultan of the Seljuks rewarded Ertugrul Ghazi for his service and he gave Ertugrul Ghazi, Karacadag and its province, near Ankara.

The Kayi Clan had settled in Karacadag for some time, and later they moved through the Sogut region, in the Byzantine border. He campaigned the Byzantine villages. Ertugrul Ghazi helped Alaaddin Keykubat in the war against the Greek Empire in Emeniderbendi (the region between today’s Pazaryeri and Bozoyuk). The sultan gave him Eskisehir and its province to Kayi Clan. After this success, he marched through the Byzantine borders and conquered Sogut. Sogut became the capital of the Kayis. The campaigns continued and Ertugrul Ghazi gained power and extended his borders.

Ertugrul Ghazi died at the age of 90 and his tomb is on 1 km east of Sogut region of Bilecik. Osman Ghazi had succeeded him.