Cappadocia is one of the tours preferred by foreign tourists. Kapokya tour offers its guests balloon flying and various experiences. This place, which is preferred for photography by those living in Turkey, has an incredible geology. Thus, it is able to offer many different entertainment services both at sunrise in the morning, at sunset in the evening and during the day. You can continue to read our content to get more detailed information about Kapodoya tour.
Cappadocia Tour Options
Although flying with Cappadocia balloons looks amazing, sometimes it can be scary. We, on the other hand, ensure the safety of flying with the best chief pilots of Cappadocia, who have a 100% safety record. Our experienced instructor pilots will fly you through the most beautiful valleys of the region to provide you with unforgettable memories.
We meet 1 hour before sunrise to see the crew prepare the balloon for takeoff, you will have the chance to witness how a hot air balloon inflates. Once set off, this exciting experience takes about an hour. As the wind directs the balloon, you will travel through the magnificent valleys of Cappadocia and even be very close to the volcanic formations and fairy chimneys. As long as the weather is suitable, hot air balloon flights can be made all year round.
Cappadocia Day Tour from İstanbul
Your full-day tour programme starts with a pick-up from your Hotel in Istanbul, followed by a flight to Cappadocia for a full-day tour with lunch, before boarding a return flight back to Istanbul. Itinerary:
• 3:30 AM: Get picked up from your hotel in Istanbul and board your transfer service to the airport
• 6:00 AM: Board your flight from Istanbul to Kayseri Airport
• 7:30 AM: Arrive at Kayseri and get transferred to Cappadocia for the tour During your tour of Cappadocia, you will get to visit a number of popular landmarks, ensuring your experience in this unique city is fun and informative.
Take a trip to the Goreme Open Air Museum, a structure that resembles a vast monastic complex composed of scores of refectory monasteries placed side-by-side, each with its own fantastic church. See the Ortahisar Castle, a central building among the Cappadocian town of Goreme, Urgup, Uchisar and Nevsehir, and only a few kilometers from the Goreme Open Air Museum. Marvel at Uchisar Castle, a troglodyte town situated right in the middle of Cappadocia. It is named after the enormous piece of rock in the center of the town, which was once used as a castle.
This extraordinary rock is the highest peak of the area with the view of the whole of Cappadocia and Erciyes (Argeus) Mountain. You’ll also get to see the Pasabag Fairy Chimneys in Pasabag Valley, formerly known as “The Monks Valley”. This place is located on the right of the Goreme-Avanos road. Witness the landscape which is dotted with peculiar fairy chimneys. Stop by Devrent Valley, also known as Imaginary Valley and Pink Valley.
The churches in this location are like none other in the valleys of Cappadocia. Here you will see many different rock formations, only a 10-minute drive from Goreme. Throughout the day you’ll also get the chance to see a Pottery demonstration in Avanos and a carpet demonstration. Your tour will end around 4:30 to 5:00 PM, at which point you will be transferred back to the airport for a flight to Istanbul.
For more information about this tour –> Istanbul to Cappadocia
Cappadocia Traditional Cookery Class
Your tour begins with a pick-up from your hotel in Cappadocia (Uchisar, Goreme, Urgup, Avanos, Ortahisar, Ibrahimpasa or Mustafapasa). Your cookery class experience is a combination of food, local culture and traditions, so before cooking your food, you will have a chance to shop in a local market. After choosing the fresh ingredients you would like to eat, you will continue to the house of your host.
While enjoying your welcome tea, your hosts will introduce you to the recipes to be prepared. You will cook the food with the assistance of your hosts and will learn about the history of Anatolia’s culinary traditions. Your lunch will be followed by a delicious cup of Turkish coffee, before you bid farewell to your hosts and return to your hotel.
For more information about this tour –>Cappadocia Cookery
Cappadocia Paragliding Experience
Take your Cappadocia vacation to the next level with paragliding. Glide like a bird over the region’s unique rock formations. No special skills are required for this experience, only your willingness to fly. Be picked up from your hotel. On arrival, go through an introduction and then try paragliding. The flight speeds are monitored by a professional tandem pilot who offers a magnificent view of Cappadocia and its beautiful mountains.
Get great photos and videos taken by the pilot. Fly for approximately 20-25 minutes depending on the weather and wind speed. Admire Cappadocia from a bird’s-eye-view and land safely. At the end of the adventure, be driven back to the hotel when the flight is carried out safely.
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Cappadocia Sunset and Night Tour
Discover Cappadocia by experiencing its beauty and charm at night. Follow in the footsteps of your guide in a 4-5 hour private tour that features the main attractions of the city that glow in the evening light. As the day winds down, set out for Kızılcukur Valley to witness the magnificent sunset. See some of the city’s most iconic sights, including Goreme, Ortahisar, and Urgup to gaze over the stunning landscape.
Next, stop at a local restaurant and enjoy a delicious dinner. Finish your tour with visits to the towns of Avanos and Cavusin. Tour spots: Kızılcukur Valley Sunset point Ortahisar Panoroma Urgup Panoroma and Fairy Chimneys Avanos city tour Uchisar Castle Goreme Panoroma Dinner
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Cappadocia Full-Day Private Discovery of Anatolian Art Tour
The Anatolian peninsula in the center of Turkey has played an important role as a bridge for civilizations throughout the centuries. Learn ancient Anatolian art techniques in this 8-hour private experience with an expert guide. First, on a visit to a large cooperative training institute, you will watch the local ladies at work patiently and skillfully creating Turkish carpets. Next, watch a skillful pottery master turning mud into a unique piece of art, then attempt to replicate it yourself. Anatolians used volcanic rocks as well as precious and semiprecious stones with metals to create gorgeous examples of jewelry.
The next stop will be at showroom packed with jewelry waiting for you to choose from. Lastly, discover the Ottoman art of ebru (water marbling), an artistic way of reflecting the fluency and smoothness of water with exquisite colors and shapes on to a paper or a silk material. Enjoy a demonstration where the artist’s work will resemble a real magic trick.
For more information about this tour –> Cappadocia Full-Day