Hot Air Balloon Tours are one of the most popular activities in Cappadocia. Typically lifting off at sunrise, these rides last about an hour in the air and literally go wherever the wind may blow in the Goreme Valley. If you ever plan on getting into a hot air balloon someday, here’s a suggestion for you: do it in Cappadocia. Several dozen balloons go up each day, even in the winter, so people can see the incredible landscape from the air. To fully explore the region on foot would take months. There are many valleys as well as separate towns and outdoor attractions. Indeed, the best way to see Cappadocia is from the air. The balloon travels in existing air streams so there is no motion and at times, it is possible to forget that your feet are firmly off the ground.
Cappadocia is a popular tourist destination, as it has many areas with unique geological, historic, and cultural features. We get almost 2 million visitors to our magical land every year. We are quite proud to show our culture , tradition and the most significant places which are considered as must see before death by travel editors. There are a lot of things to see & do in Cappadocia , we suggest you to stay at least 2 full days to discover the mediavel churches , hidden underground cities , enormous valleys , natural formations and canyons.Our tour programmes are designed to cover the most famous sights of the area, making sure travellers get a taste of evocative lunar landscape with its bizarre rock formations, enigmatic fairy chimneys, extensive cave dwellings and its rich culture.
The Turkish night shows in Cappadocia are renowned worldwide for the superb entertainment and food that they provide for visiting guests of all nationalities. There is no better way to be introduced to Turkish music, cuisine, dance andculture.Traditional folk dances, belly dancing, whirling dervishes, delicious Turkish food and sumptuous wine all combine to form an evening’s entertainment that you will enjoy and tell all your friends about. While in Cappadocia, put one evening aside to enjoy one of the best Turkish night shows in the country.
The Sema (whirling dervishes) ceremony represents a mystical journey of man’s spiritual ascent through love, finding the truth, and arriving to the “perfect”. Then he returns from the spiritual journeys as a man who has reached maturity and a greater perfection in loving and being of service to the whole of creation – to all creatures without regard to belief, class, or race. You will have a chance to see whirling dervishesin a cave lodge. Whirling Dervish Ceremony takes about fourty five minutes. While you are watching whirling dervish ceremony, you will hear some sufi musics and you can feel mystic atmosfer of dervishes.After whirling ceremony, you will be offered Sherbet(Sweetened Fruit Juice).
Turkish Bath, called hamam in Turkish, which has been present in Turkey for thousands of years. The tradition of the Turkish bath extends far back, to a time before Turks had reached Anatolia. When the Turks arrived in Anatolia, they brought with them one bathing tradition, and were confronted with another, that of Romans and Byzantines, with certain local variants. After changing, you will be taken to the Sicaklik (Hot Room) of the Turkish Bath in which help your muscles loosen up, you will go to the warm room of the bath, the staff (tellak for men and natir for women) will scrub you down using Turkish soap and a special cloth that gets out all your old skin blocking your pores. Once you have finished, you will be taken to the Sogukluk (Cold Room) and give you towels to wrap yourself in.