Visit Uchisar Panorama, Goreme Open Air Museum, Pasabag Monks’ Valley, Cavusin Village, Devrent Imagination Valley
The surreal landscape of Cappadocia, created by successive volcanic eruptions and continuous erosion is a huge national park. Its incredible formations and rock-cut churches from the early Christianity are being enlisted as a UNESCO world heritage site! People are still living caves within the region and each town has a somewhat troglodyte character! There are more than 80 underground cities adding an unbeatable feature to the area. There are so many interesting things to do in this incredible destination.
This tour is specially designed to introduce you to all of Cappadocia including the non-touristy areas in two days at a relaxed pace. This is also a private tour and completely flexible. You can add or remove visits of your interests within the region even during the tour. The suggested itinerary is shown below.
The natural rock formation of Uchisar town called Uchisar Citadel offers the best views of the whole region below your feet. The UNESCO Goreme Open Air Museum contains some of the best frescoes in the world representing the early Christian art and existence in Cappadocia region. Pasabag fairy chimneys are a must due to the fact that they are colossal and each spearing into the sky by their tall and pointy shapes. Cavusin village is where once Christians and Turks settled together. There, once inhabited homes reflect the beauty of the Cappadocian civil architecture. Devrent imagination valley is, as the name implies, going to invoke your senses where thousands of big and small mother nature carved figures scatter across the landscape.