Walking In Cappadocia

    Turkey

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    Trek through Turkey's amazing rock formations in Cappadocia

    Itinerary

    Start Goreme.

    Trek through Akvadi (White Valley), visit Uchisar Citadel, highest point in Cappadocia.

    Walk to Zemi valley and through Gomede Valley;  afternoon explore Mustafpasa

    Explore the beautiful rock formations of the Pancarlik and Kizilcukur (Red) Valley.

    Walk through Pasabaglari (Monks) Valley; trek up Bozdag, the highest point in the area offering stunning views.

    Visit the underground city of Kaymakli. Afternoon walk through the Ihlara Valley, the deepest, longest canyon in Cappadocia.

    Walk along the Zindanonu Valley passing the Goreme open air museum with carved caves and Byzantine frescoes.

    End Goreme.

    Additional Information

    Turkey has long been underrated as a trekking destination, but with the fairytale rock formations of Cappadocia to enchant its visitors it should not be overlooked. This unique landscape was formed by the eruptions of three volcanoes, Mount Erciyes, Mount Hasan and Mount Melendiz, which have created one of the most distinctive landscapes in the world. The great walking and staggering scenery of this region make for a highly memorable trip.

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    Details

    Duration: 8 Days
    Starts in: Turkey
    Group Size: 5-16

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