Our Marmaris Cappadocia Tour, which lasts 2 days, is a fantastic way to see Cappadocia, one of Turkey’s most famous tourist destinations.
Take a break from your vacation in Marmaris and let us introduce you to one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites: Cappadocia, as known as numerous civilizations’ cradle…
Get ready to see fairy chimneys, rock-carved cities and amazing valleys!
Now, it’s time to learn more!
First Day – Amazing Marmaris Cappadocia Tour Starts
Firstly, Marmaris Cappadocia Tour will start with a 770-kilometer road trip to Cappadocia. No worries: the ride will be nice because our buses are in excellent condition.
Each bus has an air-conditioning system and comfy seats.
There will also be several rest stops along the way.
Then, we will arrive at Cappadocia after 13 hours on the roads. Our driver will pick you up after breakfast and take you on a tour of North Cappadocia.
We’ll see Uchisar Castle first, which is home to Goreme’s largest fairy chimney.
We will reach the chimney and have a breathtaking view of the Goreme. Many images will be taken to record this incredible place!
Goreme Open Air Museum
Next, Goreme Open Air Museum, Cappadocia’s most popular attraction, will be available to you.
There are several chapels, churches, and houses carved into the rocks. You will be completely charmed!
Then, in Cavusin Village, we’ll see one of Cappadocia’s oldest villages, as well as a significant Christian site with its own tale.
You will undoubtedly learn more about it and get the opportunity to see the distinctive carved-buildings found across the geographical landforms.
Next, we’ll visit Pasabag.
Here, also known as Monks Valley, you may wander about and snap photographs of the gorgeous mushroom-like rocks for your remembrance. Because of its serene surroundings, this location is also said to be one of the most holy places. Even monks lived there!
Next, we’ll arrive in Avanos Village, which is known for its ceramics.
We’ll go to one of the pottery factories and learn from the experts about the mysteries of the pottery art. Also, get ready to observe shining Red River!
Next, we’ll visit Devrent Valley which features animal-shaped rocks, and so has the appearance of a naturalistic zoo with statues.
You will see as many figures as you see while looking at the chimneys and start being creative.
Dolphins, snakes, camels, and seals are among the most visible animal-like sculptures…
On the Way to the Hotel
Before heading to the hotels, we’ll travel to Urgup, where we’ll witness some larger fairy chimneys than typical.
Then, we’ll finish off by visiting a Turkish carpet factory in Goreme.
You can observe how the beautiful Turkish rugs are made there.
When the visit is finished, our bus will return you to your hotel.
Second Day – Hot Air Balloon (Optional & Extra)
Before the regular program of the second day, if you bought Hot Air Balloon Ride, you’ll attend it at the very early hours in the morning.
You can get more info about Hot Air Balloon program. It’s incredible!
Breakfast in Hotel
In the morning, tasty Turkish breakfast will be provided at the hotel, and the driver will arrive at 9.30 a.m. to take you up. Then, we’ll visit amazing places!
Derinkuyu Underground City
The vehicle will drop us off in Derinkuyu, and we will walk from there.
We’ll get to tour the incredible Hittite subterranean city. Stables, wines, basements, a true catholic school, and much more can be found in this subterranean structure.
This place were made people many years ago, to protect themselves from the warriors!
Ihlara Valley & Selime Monastery
After that, we’ll walk along Melendiz River, through the breathtaking Ihlara Valley.
Many temples may be found in the valley’s various areas, and the valley formerly housed almost 4,000 people.
Then, after this magnificent tour, we’ll have lunch and see the Selime Monastery, the area’s most impressive spiritual structure.
Next, we’ll see famous Pigeon Valley.
Thousands of historic pigeon nests cut into rocks may be seen here, and they date back to the 9th century.
People have constructed their houses near pigeon nests for pigeon manure.
End of Marmaris Cappadocia Tour
After seeing Pigeon Valley, we’ll board the bus once more and leave Cappadocia.
After longish ride, we’ll get to Marmaris!
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