Istanbul: July 14 – 17
Cappadocia: July 17 – 19

Qualification period:
12 a.m. ET 1 Oct. 2022–11:59 p.m. ET 28 Feb. 2023

At Jeunesse, the benefit of being an entrepreneur is the freedom to:



in opportunities outside of the traditional 9-to-5 job


new memories with loved ones and colleagues


the world beyond our backyard

Each year, we reward Jeunesse Distributors
with the chance to do just that with

Jeunesse Travel

In 2023, we’ll invite Distributors in Latin America who earn a Jeunesse Travel Trip to join us in Istanbul & Cappadocia, Turkey, to INDULGE. DISCOVER. EXPLORE. #JeunesseTravel

Discover two of Turkey’s most popular destinations — the bustling capital of Istanbul and the intriguing valleys of Cappadocia. It will be the adventure of a lifetime, as we tour famous mosques, visit spice and shopping bazaars (save room in your suitcase for souvenirs!), and sightsee cultural icons like Cappadocia’s hot air balloons. We hope to see you there with us in 2023!

See the qualification details for this Jeunesse Travel Trip here:

If you still have questions, please contact Distributor Support at 321-275-7171 or your VIP Services Representative.

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ISTANBUL FUN FACT: Home to more than 4,000 stores covering 60 streets, the Grand Bazaar most certainly lives up to its name. Open since 1461 and nearly constantly busy ever since, the Grand Bazaar is the perfect place to enjoy the hustle and bustle of Istanbul in a beautiful setting.

Istanbul Grand Bazaar

CAPPADOCIA FUN FACT: The region of Cappadocia is a large grape producer, and it’s believed that wine-making has a long history here. There are a number of wine-tasting shops where visitors can sample the goods, and in recent years, wines from the region have won international awards.


ISTANBUL FUN FACT: Istanbul is the only pan-continental city in the world situated on two continents, Europe and Asia.


CAPPADOCIA FUN FACT: The name Cappadocia derives from the Persian word Katpaktukya, which means “the land of beautiful horses.” In ancient times, the region was known for its superior equine offering. Horses are still important to the locals who call Cappadocia home, and they also offer an alternative mode of transport to visitors.


ISTANBUL FUN FACT: Istanbul has the third-oldest subway in the world, built in 1875. It’s 573 meters long and located in the Beyoglu district. The first subway built was in London in 1863 and the second in New York in 1868.


CAPPADOCIA FUN FACT: There are as many as 600 churches carved from the soft Cappadocian rock and possibly many more that have not yet been discovered. These churches date back to Medieval times and display beautifully painted frescoes, which have retained an amazing amount of color and detail over the centuries.

In 2021, nearly 4,359 Distributors qualified for an incentive trip. This is about 4% of all Distributors who earned at least one Travel Point.

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