3 Days – 2 Night Tour
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Duration: 3 Days – 2 Nights Tour Rate From : Please Ask
Cappadocia Tours By Plane – 3 Days – 2 Nights
1. DAY – ISTANBUL TO CAPPADOCIA
Fly from Istanbul to Kayseri @ 18:20
Arrive @ 19:20 Meet on Arrive and Transfer to hotel
Check in hotel. Overnight in CAVE HOTEL
2. DAY – CAPPADOCIA TOUR
FULL DAY CAPPADOCIA TOUR I
You are going to be picked up from Hotel @ 09:15
* Derent Valley
* Pasabaglari ( Monks Valley )
* Goreme Open Air Museum
At the end of the Cappadocia tour you are going to be droped of hotel @ 17:00.
Balloon Tour is optional
3. DAY – CAPPADOCIA TOUR – ISTANBUL
Breakfast & Check out from hotel
FULL DAY CAPPADOCIA TOUR II.
You are going to be pick up from Hotel @ 09:15
* Kizilcukur Valley
* Cavusin Village
* Hospital Monastry
* Derinkuyu or Kaymakli Underground City
At the end of the tour you are going to be droped of hotel @ 17:00.
Depart from hotel @ 18:00 for airport.
Fly from Kayseri to Istanbul @ 20:25
Arrive @ 21:55
Meet on Arrive and Transfer to hotel in Istanbul
The end of the tour
What is including?
– Flight tickets as mentined in tour programme
– 2 Nights cave hotel with breakfast
– 2 Days Cappadocia Tours with lunch
– Professional English speaking tour guide
– All museum fees as mentioned in tour programme
– All transportation as mentioned in trip programme
Cappadocia turkey tours start from istanbul by plane. You are flying to Kayseri and transfer to cappadocia. You will have 2 days tours in cappadocia and 1 night cave hotel. After tour by cappadocia tours travel you will fly back to istanbul.
Cappadocia : For millions of years, the mighty volcanoes of the Central Anatolian Plateau erupted and spewed their contents across the land that would become the cradle of civilization. Blessed with a moderate climate and fertile soil, one of the world’s earliest known communities was founded 10,000 years ago at Catalhoyuk along the river banks of the Casambasuyu near Konya. Mankind’s first nature painting was found here and it portrays the most recent eruption of Hasan Dagi almost 9000 years ago. Today, its snow capped peaks dominate the Konya plain, awash in golden hues where vast wheat fields blend subtly with the ochre colored soil and the monochromatic palette is interrupted only where rivers flow and tall poplars flaunt their greenery.