4 Days – 3 Nights Tour
|Arrival||Istanbul or Other Destinations|
|Rate From||? Per Person|
Day 1 – Istanbul – Cappadocia
19:00 Pick up from meeting point at Sultanahmet
20:30 Overnight by bus to Cappadocia (first class comfortable bus)
Day 2 – Cappadocia Tour
Arrive in Cappadocia. Transfer to cave hotel. Depart from your hotel to visit Devrent Valley to see the unigue fairy-chimneys. Drive to Pasabag (Monk”s Valley) to see the most interesting mushroom-shaped pinnacles. Drive to the city of Avanos for lunch. In the afternoon visit another beautiful open air museum at Goreme where the remains of rock-cut churches and Christian settlements date back hundreds of years. Lastly, before returning to your hotel, visit the natural castles at Uchisar. Overnight in cave hotel Cappadocia.
Day 3 – Cappadocia Tour – Istanbul
After breakfast depart from your hotel to visit Red valley and explore the famous rock- cut churches. Then visit Cavusin village. This village is famous for the houses and churches of the christian clegymen. Drive to the pigeon valley for lunch. In the afternoon visit Kaymakli underground city. Where early christians lived in fear and faith. On the way back visit the natural castles at Ortahisar.
20:30 Overnight bus to Istanbul (first class comfortable bus)
Note: You can continue to other destinations instead of istanbul.
Day 4 – Istanbul
07:30 Morning arrival to Istanbul. Tour ends.
What is including?
– Bus tickets as mentined in tour programme
– 1 Night 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
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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.