Cappadocia

Cappadocia

Cappadocia, a UNESCO protected area, is a magical place that must be seen to be believed.

Originally inhabited by Christians hiding in the hills to escape persecution, this fascinating region is home to the famous volcanic formations sculpted by weather over thousands of years, transforming the landscape into what is now known as the “Fairy Chimneys”.

Cappadocia Valleys 3 Days / 2 Nights

Day 1    Arrive Kayseri Airport and drive to Cappadocia.  Visit Devrent Valley is known with red lunar landscape, Pasabagi where you can see the mushroom shaped rocks sculptured by nature and Goreme Open Air Museum, famous with its rock carved churches and monasteries. Overnight Cappadocia. (L,D)

Day 2  Visit to the Pigeon Valley near Uchisar and Rose Valley. Then proceed to the old Christian village of Cavusin and Kaymakli Undeground cistern, the place early Christians hid from persecutors. (B,L,D)

Day 3    After breakfast transfer to the airport in Kayseri or Nevsehir.

2016

Twin share per person    AU$495

Single Supplement           AU$265

Includes:

Two nights accommodation in a superior class hotel

Meals as indicated in the itinerary (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)

English speaking guide

Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle

All entrance fees

All hotel taxes and service charges

Ballooning in Cappadocia

A visit to Cappadocia is greatly enhanced by viewing the region from hundreds of meters in the air.  A balloon ride over the “fairy chimneys” and wondrous rock formations is truly an experience not to be missed.  The tranquil and breathtaking views will not be forgotten.

The balloon ride is an absolute must for people who want to savour the wonders of Cappadocia from an unsurpassed vantage point, and for the adventurous seeking something out of the ordinary.

Prices:  (Australian dollars per person)

2015 & 2016 :AU$430