03 Nights / 04 Days
Guaranteed Departure Every day
Day 1 Istanbul – Kayseri – Cappadocia (with early morning flight)
Arrival in Kayseri. Meeting and assistance at the airport. Drive to Cappadocia.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 2 Full day City Tour
First stop at the wonderful Devrent Valley where the weather has eroded the stone into peaks, cones and obelisks called fairy chimneys. Pasabagi, a three-capped chimney in the middle of valley was the retreat to the monk Simeon. Visit Avanos, experience pottery making. Lunch. Drive to Goreme National Park which is like an open-air museum. There are 15 churches large and small, seven refectories, and various tombs and cellars including wine cellars. Visit the Citadel of Uchisar and Guvercinlik Valley also called Pigeon Valley for the hundreds of holes perforating the rock face whose droppings provided valuable fertilizer to the neighbouring farmers. Last stop will be at Esentepe. Check in to the Hotel. Evening at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Cappadocia.
Day 3 Free day in Cappadocia
Free day. If you wish you can have optional tour.
Day 4 Cappadocia
Transfer to the airport for your home bound flight.
A hot-air balloon flight is unique from all other experiences of flight as there is no sensation of motion. Travelling at heights of up to 1500 feet, the feeling is one of peace and tranquility. The earth slowly descends and rotates below you. Within moments after lifting off you become at ease while you effortlessly drift over the treetops and the spectacular Cappadocian landscape. It is like a dream to gently float over the countryside in complete harmony with your surroundings.
• Horse Riding
Experience the incredible and unusual beauty of Turkey’s Cappadocia region from the back of a horse. Something like a cross between the Grand Canyon and a moonscape, Cappadocia boasts some of the worlds most unusual and spectacular landscapes. Traversing the countless valleys and mountains by horseback brings riders in touch with the area’s breath-taking beauty. Forget the tour buses or even the rental cars – this astonishing region of Central Anatolia is truly best seen by horseback.
• Photo Safari
Experience the incredible and unusual beauty of Turkey’s Cappadocia region from the back of a horse. Something like a cross between the Grand Canyon and a moonscape, Cappadocia boasts some of the worlds most unusual and spectacular landscapes. Traversing the countless valleys and mountains by horseback brings riders in touch with the area’s breath-taking beauty. Forget the tour buses or even the rental cars – this astonishing region of Central Anatolia is truly best seen by horseback. The Cappadocia region offers some of the most breathtaking, exciting and unique photographic opportunities in the world. Famous for its extraordinary landscapes ranging
from barren desert-like plateaus to lush green valleys to unique volcanic rock formations and fairy chimneys to cave houses and churches carved centuries ago – Cappadocia is the perfect playground for photographers of all skill levels.
• Atv Safari
Explore the off-the-beaten-paths around Goreme on a sturdy ATV (quad) bike. Our half or full-day guided tours provide an exciting adventure over and through the beautiful hills, valleys, dunes and trails of the extraordinary Cappadocia landscape. Our guided ATV Tours range from 2- to 8- hour tours.
• Turkish Night Show
The Turkish Night Show highlights the dance traditions of various regions of Turkey, complete with traditional costumes and of course, exhilarating belly dancers. This lively performance is a great way to enjoy traditional Turkish music, dancing and join in the festivities during audience participation.
Dancers, including the bride and groom, perform the traditional way in which a girl gets married in Turkey. The bride dressed in a beautiful red dress dances in the middle and the groom arrives to put on different shows for her. He first shows how handsome he is, and then how strong he is and finally how rich he is. After rejecting all these shows one by one, the bride accepts to get married with him when the groom tells that his heart beats for her. While they are starting their wedding dance, all the guests are invited to dance with them, as well.
• Cross Golf
It seems impossible that after 500 years since golf was invented, such a complementary game could be reinvented. Although Cross Golf emulates the traditional game, it can actually be a more enjoyable and tactical one than the original.
It’s really a revolutionary take on golf. Cross Golf is a game in which, with a conventional but brightly colored golf ball, you shoot for a goal rather than a hole. Cross Golf is a different matter entirely from the regular game. In it, the atmosphere is much more light-hearted, there is no “dress code” and the aim is to hit your ball into a net. You use the same set of clubs as in golf, minus the putters.
Whether you are a regular golfer or a novice at the game, you are guaranteed to have a lot of fun. It’s simple and very sociable and you might even improve your regular golf game! It’s a game anybody can play, at any age or standard.
Cross Golf dispenses with manicured lawns, sandy bunkers, a strict dress code and regulations and makes for a more adventurous game. In this new golf game, the bush and fields are the fairways and fairy chimneys, cliffs, trees and grape vines are the obstacles to navigate. Cross Golf takes young and old on an energetic walk through Turkey’s most famous national park, so recognized by UNESCO.