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Class: Cappadocia Tour Season: All Seasons
   
Valley Trekkings in in Cappadocia (7 Days - 6 Nights)

One of the best ways to get away from the bustle of big cities and the stress of work is to escape into the wilderness. This desire has caused the rapid development of a tourism known as nature tourism. The general name given to walks are done in conditiones with pre-determined difficulties, and which have special aspects, limited only by time for different age groups is hiking. Hiking, requires a certain amount of effort and fitnes, but is very economical when compared with other tourist and sports activities. Hiking is very important activity in which virgin areas, mountains, plateaus, villages, cities, and ancient ruins in Turkey can be explored. Since hiking does not harm the enviroment and is also inexpensive, it's the perfect solution for a different type of vacation.

DAY 1: Meet at your hotel in Cappadoca and depart to Mustafapasha --- Welcome get together at the village. Dinner follows briefing & tour introduction. (D)

DAY 2: Mustafapasha --- In the morning we walk in the village for about two hours to get to know the area. In the afternoon we have a 3 hour moderate walk to Ortahisar castle, and the village known with the same name. For the first half of the walk we will be following the Uzengi creek. In the valley along the river, there is a large number of pigeons, and birds of prey. As the valley ends, we enter into a trail through apricot trees and vineyards. As we approach the village, there is a great scenic point overlooking the village and the castle carved out of massive tufa rock. (B,L)

DAY 3: Mustafapasha --- Off to Cat Valley; This is one of the more interesting places in Cappadocia, and least known to all other than the locals. We walk through willow trees and fairy chimneys. The walk is very pleasant, and can be rated as easy. After lunch we walk to Cemildere village by the Pigeons Valley. The volcanic rock in the valley has a very striking rose pink color. The walk is moderate and approximately 3 hours from 1200 m. (~3900 ft.) elevation to 950 (~3100).  (B,L)

DAY 4: Guzelyurt --- The walk starts from Meskendir Valley overlooking Goreme. Locals of Goreme cultivate the land along the valley for their fruit supply. We start at an altitude of 1100 m. (~3600 ft.), descend to 950 (~3100) and finally go up to 1250 m. (~4100 ft.). We continue our walk in the Zindanonu Valley. After lunch, a three hour trail will lead us to Cavusin. On our way we will have a chance to visit two of the ancient rock carved churches, one with original frescoes still intact. Later in the day we drive to Guzelyurt, our next destination. En route we will visit Kaymakli underground city, carved way back in the past as a shelter in times of siege and continuous raids. (B,L)

DAY 5: Guzelyurt --- Ihlara Valley; We start our walk from the village of Ihlara, and follow the Melendiz river all along the way. The walk through this outstanding valley takes around six hours (moderate) including the visits as we continue. (B,L)

DAY 6: Guzelyurt --- The Red Church from the 6. century is our first stop. We continue on to Meydan plateau by Sivrihisar village. This is where you can see sheep herds six months a year. There are fairy chimneys on our trail towards the Nar village. The crater lake as we pass the village will be the end of our tour. The walk is moderate around 5 and a half hours. (B,L)

DAY 7: Transfer to airport in Nevsehir or Kayseri. End of tour. (B)










- Tour Priced basicly 3 * Tourist Class Hotel accommodations
- Transportations by Midibus between cities
- The Transport equipment by truck and pack animals to camp sites
- An English speaking expeditions leader and official mountain guide
- Usage of camping equipment (2 people 1 tent)
- City tours - Campsite fees - All transfers and porterage - All the necessary permission and authorisations - Service charges Taxes

- Flight costs inside or outside of Turkey - Visa and passport fees - Fees for cameras (where aplicable) - Tips to your drivers or guides - Beverages during meals - Entrance fees of museums and sites - Personal Expenses

Seasons/Prices

Low Season: November - March

Summer Season: April to October 

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 4 - 6   Pax

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8 - 12  Pax

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14 - 16 Pax

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18 - 22 Pax

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24 - 30 Pax

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32 - 35 pax

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36 - 42 Pax

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