Devrent (Imagination Valley)
The tour begins with Devrent Valley which is also well known as Imagination Valley. We will have time here to take photographs of interesting rock formations, so called “fairy chimneys”. Here you can see lots of natural rock formations looking like animals such as a camel.
Pasabag (Monks Valley)
Pasabag valley is the number one location where we can see biggest fairy chimney formations and all steps of the erosion. Pasabag Valley is also known as ''Monks Valley''. This name comes from mystic stories of the monks who used to live here and their hermit cells. Here we will discover a chapel dedicated to St. Simeon (Simon) which is built into one of the fairy chimneys.
Avanos (Pottery Workshop)
The longest river of Turkey, the Kızılırmak (Red River), runs through Avanos. The most famous historical feature of Avanos is its production of earthenware pottery. The ceramic clay from the old banks of the Kızılırmak has always been used. We will watch a demonstration in pottery workshop and enjoy this spectacular art.
Lunch will be served in a traditional restaurant.
Goreme Open Air Museum
Goreme Open Air Museum is a monastic complex from medieval era. The cave churches here are painted with scenes of old and new testament. Apart from cave churches here we will visit communal areas such as refectories, kitchens, storages etc. Goreme Open Air Museum is considered as one of the best places to see the Byzantine frescoes.
Esentepe (Goreme Panaroma)
Esentepe is a panoramic viewpoint where we can have glimpse of unbelievable landscape of Cappadocia, overlooking Goreme and Red Valley.
Uçhisar Castle is a stunning photo break where you have a breathtaking view of the castle and the fantastic cone-shaped rock formations surrounding it.
- Transportation with an A/C luxury minivan
- Professional guiding
- Admission fees to the museums and sights
- Personal expenses
- Drinks at meals
- Gratutites to guides and drivers