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Cappadocia: Full-Day Private Cappadocia Tour

1. Cappadocia: Full-Day Private Cappadocia Tour

Explore the beautiful city of Cappadocia on a full-day guided tour. Admire the main highlights of the city like Goreme Open Air Museum, Paşabağı, Old Greek Village of Çavuşin, and more while learning about the history and culture of the city from your guide. Arrive in Göreme after pickup from your hotel and marvel at some of the best views in the region. Continue to the Underground City, the biggest and deepest underground settlement, which boasts eight levels connected by narrow tunnels. Enjoy time to explore the stalls, stores, churches, wineries, kitchens, and other sections open to visitors, while your guide provides insightful commentary. Stop for some lunch in a traditional restaurant, before making your way to Pigeon Valley, located in Uçhisar town. Here, take in the spectacular panoramic views. Make your way to the Goreme Open Air Museum and marvel at the rock-cut churches carved by early Christian monks. Learn about Christianity and the Monastic Life of Cappadocia from your guide. Visit the Old Greek Village of Çavuşin, located on the banks of the Red River, which is the longest river in Turkey. Embark on a tour of the town, visiting a pottery workshop and learning about red clay work and ceramics. Watch a demonstration of the ancient free-hand technique and hear about the pottery-making tradition which dates back to the 2nd millennium B.C by the Hittites. Then, head to a rug workshop with hand-woven products. Continue to Paşabağı where the spectacular mushroom-shaped rock formations can be seen. Paşabağı is also called Monks Valley because of the Chapel of Saint Simeon, which is located in the valley. The next stop is Devrent Valley, which is also known as Imagination Valley. Admire the curious red rocks, which resemble animal forms, including a camel, a lizard, an owl, a snake, a chicken, and a penguin. At the end of your day, enjoy a relaxing return transfer to your hotel.

From Alanya: Sapadere Canyon Full-Day Tour with Lunch

2. From Alanya: Sapadere Canyon Full-Day Tour with Lunch

Join us on an unforgettable adventure as you explore the captivating beauty of the Sapadere Canyon on a tour in Alanya. Brace yourself for an immersive experience that will leave you in awe of nature's magnificence. As you venture into the heart of the canyon, prepare to be amazed by its breathtaking sights. Marvel at the towering cliffs, carved over thousands of years by the meandering waters of the Sapadere River. Lose yourself in the tranquillity of the surrounding forests, filled with an abundance of flora and fauna that thrive in this pristine environment. Get ready to be enchanted by the mesmerizing waterfalls that cascade down the canyon walls, their gentle murmurs creating a symphony of serenity. Feel the cool mist against your skin as you approach the falls, immersing yourself in their refreshing embrace. Take a moment to close your eyes, allowing the soothing sounds and the natural beauty that surrounds you to wash away the stresses of everyday life. As you continue your journey, discover hidden caves that lie within the depths of the canyon. Enter these mystical chambers and marvel at the intricate rock formations that have been shaped by time and water. Let your imagination run wild as you explore the secrets held within these ancient geological wonders. For those seeking an adrenaline rush, seize the opportunity to go for a swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Sapadere River. Let the cool currents invigorate your senses as you immerse yourself in this natural oasis. Feel the weight of the world melt away as you float amidst the beauty of your surroundings. Throughout the tour, knowledgeable guides will share fascinating insights into the history, geology, and ecology of the canyon. Learn about the ecological importance of this unique ecosystem and gain a deeper appreciation for the delicate balance between nature and human existence. To complete your adventure, savour a delicious lunch amidst the idyllic surroundings of the canyon. Indulge in traditional Turkish cuisine, expertly prepared to tantalize your taste buds. As you enjoy your meal, take in the panoramic views of the canyon, relishing the serenity that surrounds you. A visit to the Sapadere Canyon is a journey into the heart of nature's grandeur. Immerse yourself in its beauty, let its tranquillity rejuvenate your spirit, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Don't miss the opportunity to experience this hidden gem in Alanya and be captivated by the wonders of Sapadere Canyon.

Trabzon: Uzungol Lake Day Tour with Lunch

3. Trabzon: Uzungol Lake Day Tour with Lunch

Your tour will begin with pickup from your hotel in Trabzon. From there you will travel to Uzungol, which takes approximately one hour. As you travel from Trabzon you will visit a tea factory, which will provide you with a look at the way fresh tea is grown and harvested. You will also be able to buy fresh tea to take with you.  Once you are done learning about the hectic life of tea makers, you will visit the Surmene knives and gift shop. There you will see the hard work of master craftsman of the Surmene region, as well as their handcrafted blades. These blades have been forged, folded, twisted, and hammered, until a unique blade is finished. After a lunch break you will be free to discover the Uzungol area by yourself. You may like to rent a pedal boat on the lake, or can instead opt to follow one of the hiking trails for a chance to see some of the impressive local wildlife. In the evening you will return to Trabzon, where you will be dropped off back to your hotel.

From Istanbul: Cappadocia, Ephesus, & Pamukkale Private Tour

4. From Istanbul: Cappadocia, Ephesus, & Pamukkale Private Tour

See Istanbul, Cappadocia, Izmir, Ephesus, Pamukkale, and Hierapolis. Enjoy pre-selected hotels, with breakfast and lunch included. Choose your own spot for supper and explore a bit on your own. Day 1: Istanbul To Cappadocia by Plane; Full-Day Tour of Southern CappadociaEnjoy pick-up from your hotel to the airport for a one-hour flight to Cappadocia. Upon arrival at Cappadocia, meet your guide at the airport who will have your name on a sign. Relax while your guide transfers you to the tour office in Goreme. Next, depart for a full-day tour of Southern Cappadocia. See Pidgeon Valley, the Underground City of Kaymakli, the continue along the countryside to the Kızılcukur Valley. Visit Selime Monastery before returning to your hotel.  Day 2: Cappadocia To Izmir; North TourBe picked up from your hotel after breakfast and depart for a full-day exploration of North Cappadocia. Visit Goreme Open Air Museum, Cavusin Vallage, Monsk Valley, Devrent, and the towns of Urgup, Ortahisar and Avanos. Return to your hotel in Cappadocia before leaving for your transfer to the airport for the flight to Izmir. Upon arrival in Izmir, you will be met at the airport once again with your name and you will be delivered to the next hotel in Kusadası. Day 3: Full-day Ephesus TourLeave your hotel after breakfast and depart for Ephesus. See the Temple of Artemis, one of the 7 Ancient Wonders of the World. Visit the biggest amphitheater and the Celsius Library. Tour around ruins left from the ancient city, and see the House of the Virgin Mary, thought to be her last dwelling. At the end of the tour enjoy a transfer back to the hotel. Relax and explore Kusadasi at your own pace with free time in the evening. Day 4: Tour of Pamukkale and The Ancient City of Hierapolis; Flight Back To IstanbulBe picked up from your hotel after breakfast and depart for a full-day Pamukkale and Hierapolis tour. Visit the Old Gates, the cemetery, and the theatre of Hierapolis (part of the James Bond film shoot).  Take in the waterfall known as Travertines, and swim in the calcified pools made famous by Cleopatra. At the end of the tour sit back as you are delivered to the airport for a short flight back to Istanbul.

Alanya: Clubtour Basic

5. Alanya: Clubtour Basic

Hi, This is our basic clubtour, it contains the following things: Free pick up and drop off service Free shot at the clubs A bingo card to win amazing prices

From Istanbul : Gobeklitepe & Sanliurfa Tour - 2 Days

6. From Istanbul : Gobeklitepe & Sanliurfa Tour - 2 Days

Day-1: You meet your guide and vehicle at Şanlıurfa Airport. After a short breakfast break upon your request, we arrive at Göbeklitepe Ruins. You watch the digital presentation at the welcome center. We see T-shaped monuments and surprising reliefs, which are known to have been built 12 thousand years ago. We listen to the detailed explanation of our guide. Then we arrive at the historical Şanlıurfa old city centre. You can taste traditional gourmet flavors for lunch. You see the authentic city center, Balıklıgöl, the cave of the prophet Abraham. After a shopping break, transfer to our hotel. You can optionally attend the traditional Sira Night entertainment (with dinner). accommodation at our hotel. Day-2: Check out after having breakfast at the hotel. You are visiting the Şanlıurfa Museum. Our next stop is Harran, defined as the world's first university. We tour the ancient city and visit historical conical houses and witness hundreds of years of life. Your guide drops you off at the airport and our tour ends.

From Cappadocia: 2-Night Nemrut, Sanliurfa, and Harran Tour

7. From Cappadocia: 2-Night Nemrut, Sanliurfa, and Harran Tour

Day 1: Cappadocia - Kahramanmaras – Kahta Meet your guide and driver at your hotel at 8:00 AM and depart from Cappadocia. After passing Kayseri, visit the Seljuk Karatayhan Caravanserai on the famous Silk Road. Then, drive through the Taurus Mountains, observing the countryside and everyday life of rural Turkey. After stopping for lunch, drive to Kahramanmaras and try some of the best ice cream in Turkey. Then, drive to Kahta and check into your hotel. Spend the night in Kahta. Day 2: Adiyaman - Mt. Nemrut - Harran – Sanliurfa Depart from your hotel early in the morning and head to Mount Nemrut. At the end of the road, get out of the van and walk twenty-five minutes to the summit. Watch the memorable sunrise between the colossal-sized statues and heads of the kings and Gods. Then, visit Arsemia, once the capital of the Commagene Kingdom, before continuing to the ancient Septimus Severus Bridge over the Cendere Stream and the Karakus Tumulus, where members of the royal family were buried. Continue driving to Sanliurfa and Harran. Visit the Ataturk Dam, the largest dam in the Middle East, en route. Check into your hotel in Sanliurfa and have lunch there. Visit Gobeklitepe, a 11,500 year-old hilltop sanctuary, believed by archaeologists to be the oldest sanctuary in the world. After lunch, visit Abraham's Cave and the Pools of Holy Carp surrounding it. Then, walk around an oriental covered bazaar and Gumrukhan. Drive to Harran, a village of Mud-Brick "beehive" houses mentioned in the Book of Genesis, where Abraham spent the last years of his life. Enjoy dinner and an overnight stay in Sanliurfa. DAY 3: Sanliurfa – Cappadocia After breakfast, depart from Sanliurfa to Birecik, famous for its Bald-Ibis birds, which only live in Birecik. Enjoy a visit to the Bald Ibis breeding farm. After lunch, drive up to the Taurus Mountains. Take a short tea break and drive back to Cappadocia.

Ephesus: Tourist Pass for Over 10 Attractions and Services

8. Ephesus: Tourist Pass for Over 10 Attractions and Services

Save time and money with a convenient 2, 3, 5 or 7-day pass to Selcuk & Kusadasi. Welcome to Ephesus! As a visitor to this ancient city, we would like to introduce you to the Ephesus Tourist Pass, a convenient and cost-effective way to experience all that Ephesus has to offer. With the Ephesus Tourist Pass, you will have access to a range of cultural and historical sites, including the Temple of Artemis, the Library of Celsus, and the House of the Virgin Mary. You can also enjoy discounts on dining and shopping in the city. Once your pass has been delivered to your hotel, simply present it at the entrance of each participating attraction to gain access. We hope you have a wonderful time in Ephesus and make the most of your visit with the Ephesus Tourist Pass. Happy exploring! The Ephesus Tourist Pass is an online city pass that provides access to some of the city’s top sights, during the days you choose. It is the only city pass available that allows you to enjoy Selcuk & Kusadasi in a simple, convenient, and fun way. All the passes include a chat service during available hours with professional guides over WhatsApp. - Discounted Private Airport Transfer -Sirince Breakfast -Boat Tour -Ephesus Tour -Pamukkale Tour -Turkish Bath & SPA -Samos Greek Island Tour -Diving Tour -Horse Safari -Quad Safari -Jeep Safari -Aquapark Entrance -Whats App Support Service

Seven Churches of the Apocalypse 3-Day Tour

9. Seven Churches of the Apocalypse 3-Day Tour

Day 1: Smyrna Adventure Embarking on a captivating 3-day journey exploring the Seven Churches of the Apocalypse, we'll commence our tour from Izmir Airport or the designated meet-up point at 9 am. Our first destination is the fascinating ancient city of Pergamon, home to the historic Acropolis. There, we'll marvel at the ruins of legendary landmarks, including the esteemed altar of Zeus, the sacred sanctuary of Athena, the ancient library, and the venerable temple of Asklepion. Following our Pergamon exploration, we'll recharge with a delightful lunch at a local eatery in Thyateira. Then, our path leads us back to Izmir, formerly known as Smyrna, where we'll visit the renowned St. John's Cathedral. Here, we'll delve into the history of persecuted churches and their profound connections to the book of Revelation. At the end of the day, we'll find comfort in our hotel in Smyrna, anticipating the adventures of tomorrow. Day 2: Smyrna's Treasures As the sun rises, we embark on another day of discovery. Our first stop is Sardis, an ancient Jewish city with intriguing ruins, such as the Temple of Artemis and the Anatolian Synagogue. After absorbing the history of Sardis, we'll indulge in a delectable meal at a local restaurant. Our journey continues to Philadelphia, founded in 189 B.C., famous for its association with one of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor mentioned in the book of Revelation. Venturing further, we'll explore Hierapolis, an enchanting "spa city," where we'll marvel at the ancient Roman theater and necropolis. As the day concludes, we'll retreat to our welcoming hotel in Pamukkale for a satisfying dinner and well-deserved rest. Day 3: Pamukkale's Rich Heritage Welcoming the morning with a scrumptious breakfast, we'll visit the Church of Laodicea, an ancient city that once belonged to the renowned Seleucid Empire. Exploring its remains, we'll be captivated by the impressive stadium, the grand amphitheater, the elegant odeon, and the impressive aqueduct. Our next destination is Ephesus, a treasure trove of an ancient city, boasting remarkable ruins that transport us back in time. Savoring a delightful lunch in Ephesus, we'll eventually return to Izmir. Worry not, as we'll ensure you reach the airport in ample time for your homeward flight, bidding farewell to a memorable journey through history and culture.

Pamukkale: Traditional Whirling Dervish Ceremony

10. Pamukkale: Traditional Whirling Dervish Ceremony

The Dervishes are Sufi Muslims who are famous by their extreme lifestyle that includes poverty and austerity. These elements are necessary for them in order to accomplish their ultimate life goal which is to desert their ego. By deserting their ego they believe that they are going to reach God. In folklore tradition, Dervishes have superpowers and they are able to perform miracles because they are close to God. Mysticism and spirituality are some of the features characterizing Dervishes and their ceremony.The Pamukkale Dervishes Ceremony lasts for approximately one hour. The show is presenting the stages that Dervishes implement in order to reach God, which is their ultimate value in life. The show starts with a prayer and then the master Dervish indicates the places that Dervishes should take. Once the Dervishes take their positions, the Circling of Veled starts and this dance is a symbolization of the resurrection from the grave.The Dervishes’ costume is featuring some symbolization as well. The cloak shows the grave and the hat symbolized the gravestone. Ads the show goes on, the Dervishes start to gradually remove their cloak which means that they reached spiritual freedom. The ceremony is truly spectacular and full of emotions. The Dervishes Ceremony requires a specific set of spiritual, religious and physical elements and Dervishes are going through an intense training. During the ceremony, you will be able to feel calm, relaxed and worry free due to the spiritual and mystical atmosphere.

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4.7 / 5

based on 42 reviews

We had Elif as our tour guide. She was extremely knowledgeable and accommodating. We saw all the highlights of Cappadocia and she even added in a site that was requested. Everything was extremely enjoyable. I would definately recommend this tour.

Elif, our tour guide was superb! She's very knowledgeable on the areas and created excellent bonding with my special needs daughter, which I truly appreciate. Overall, truly recommended & worth every $ spend.

Ikut was an amazing guide. Very friendly and helpful. We visited some amazing places. The lunch was also very good. Highly recommend this tour was really good.

it was a good day tour with Ali. Though his explanation of the place and culture, we had a really great experience.

The guide Ahmet was very informative, knowledge able and gave us a great customer centric approach during our trip