Starting from your hotel at 9:30, you will be greeted by your guide and the driver. The first stop is Devrent Valley.which has many animal-shaped rocks. Most commonly seen shapes are a camel, snake, seals, and a dolphin. If you use your imagination, you can find many others.
Then you go to the village Cavusin. The old part of the village was abandoned in the 1950s due to rock-falls caused by erosion.
Next stop is Pasabag Valley, also known as “Monks Valley” is one of the most popular fairy chimneys areas of Cappadocia, situated between Avanos and Goreme. Pasabag Valley is also one most popular places to see in Cappadocia that travelers may experience mushroom shaped fairy chimneys with multiple stems and caps.
Avanos,Famous for its pottery since Hittite times, more than 4000 years ago, we will see a kick-wheel pottery demonstration.
Goreme Open Air Museum is the highlight of Cappadocia.Your guide will explain the meanings of frescoes covering the walls of thousand-year-old cave churches as you explore this spectacular UNESCO World Heritage site.
We take you back to your hotel.
Goreme Open Air Museum
Starting from your hotel at 9:30, you will be greeted by your guide and the driver. We will continue one of to the biggest underground city, kaymaklI. Your guide will explain how locals carved these multi-level underground cities and you can see traces of their daily lives in the stables, wineries, temples, etc.
After we drive to Ihlara valley for hiking, which is among the world’s largest canyons, where history and nature meets. Walking is about an hour and it ends in Belisırma village for lunch.
After lunch, we continue to the Selime Monastery, the largest rock-cut monastery in Cappadocia with large cave cathedral and beautifull views over the area. On our way back to Goreme we stop at the Pigeon Valley and drive back to hotel.
Higlights of Second Day:
Kaymakli Underground City
Pigeon Valley Panoramic View
|For parties of 1 to 4 (From Cappadocia Region Hotels)||€ 295|
|For parties of 5 to 13 (From Cappadocia Region Hotels)||€ 345|