Duration: 7 hours

Price: 150 euros for a group of 1-5 people

The price includes: licensed English-speaking guide, comfortable air-conditioned van with a driver

The price excludes: museum entrance fees, lunch, personal expenses

Tour Program

Esentepe Panoramic Viewpoint: It is a spot where you will be taking great photos on a hill overlooking ancient town of Göreme, the Pigeon valley and if the weather is clear you can even see the highest volcano of Cappadocia – Mount Erciyes. 

Kaymaklı Underground City: There are more than 70 underground dwelling systems in Cappadocia in the neighborhood and Kaymaklı is one of the largest. In succession, local Anatolian population, the Hittites, the Phrygians, the early Roman Christians, the Seljuks and the Ottomans used these cave systems for storage and protection. 

Ihlara Valley: one of the longest and deepest natural canyons in Turkey, it is an easy hike along a peaceful stream by the name of Melendiz. There are also several cave churches open for a visit if you don’t mind a bit of climbing some stairs. And if you need a rest, we can stop at a river cafe for a glass of tea and a traditional Turkish gözleme which is an unleavened dough turnover.

Selime Monastery: the most monumental of all the Cappadocian rock-carved monasteries, which at a certain point also served as a caravanserai. It requires a bit of climbing but rewards you with a beautiful view as well as a score of cave dwellings and churches that resemble a maze.