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Cappadocia: Turkish Night Show w/ Dinner in a Cave

1. Cappadocia: Turkish Night Show w/ Dinner in a Cave

Start your magical night with a glass of Turkish wine or beer as the Turkish dance performance begins. Be mesmerized by the shimmering costumes and impressive dance moves as traditional belly dancers take to the stage and clap along to the hypnotic rhythms of classic Turkish music, played by live musicians. In between performances, indulge in a delicious dinner of traditional Turkish cuisine, including dessert and a glass of wine. Enjoy traditional dances from various regions of Turkey and be wowed by professional dancers, ornate costumes, and exotic music.

Göreme: Dinner and Folk Show at a Cave Restaurant

2. Göreme: Dinner and Folk Show at a Cave Restaurant

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Göreme in the evening, and then journey to an amazing cave restaurant located in the stunning rock formations of Cappadocia. Watch a unique folkloric show of traditional dances from different areas of Turkey and journey through the various styles of music and costumes of the nation's regions. Feast on a tasty dinner with unlimited soft and alcoholic drinks as the dancers perform. Marvel at the rhythms of an authentic belly dance after the different folk dances have finished, and become part of the program as you are invited to join in. 

Cappadocia: Private Half-Day Vineyards & Wine Tasting Tour

3. Cappadocia: Private Half-Day Vineyards & Wine Tasting Tour

Spend your morning touring the historic vineyards of Cappadocia. Learn more about the grape varities growing here, and even get the chance to pick your own grapes. Visit the largest wine factory of the region where you will also get the chance to taste the wine of course. Cappadocian wines are among the most valuable pieces that complement local dishes with local dishes or a fireplace decorated table while watching their unique valleys. Get picked up from your hotel around 9.30-10.00 in the morning in a comfortable, private vehicle. Drive around the beautiful landscape and visit local vineyards where thebest grapes of the region grow. Learn from the winegrowers themselves about the local grapes and wine making processes. Pick your own grapes in the vineyard and get some fantastic photos of the unforgettable experience.  Then, head to the largest winery in the region, the Turasan Winery. Enjoy a wine tasting and learn more about the wine you sample.  At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back at your hotel.

Cappadocia Sunset and Night Tour with Dinner

4. Cappadocia Sunset and Night Tour with Dinner

Discover Cappadocia by experiencing its beauty and charm at night. Follow in the footsteps of your guide in a 4-5 hour private tour that features the main attractions of the city that glow in the evening light. As the day winds down, set out for Kızılçukur Valley to witness the magnificent sunset. See some of the city's most iconic sights, including Goreme, Ortahisar, and Ürgüp to gaze over the stunning landscape. Next, stop at a local restaurant and enjoy a delicious dinner. Finish your tour with visits to the towns of Avanos and Çavuşin. Tour spots: Kızılçukur Valley Sunset point Ortahisar Panoroma Ürgüp Panoroma and Fairy Chimneys Avanos city tour Uchisar Castle Göreme Panoroma Dinner

Cappadocia: Private Day Tour with Wine Tasting

5. Cappadocia: Private Day Tour with Wine Tasting

Explore historic Göreme and the surrounding Cappadocia region and Nevsehir Province during this privately guided walking tour with wine pairings. Discover the picturesque Devrent Valley landscape, taste-test traditional Turkish food and coffee, and marvel at the whimsical fairy chimneys. Enjoy an air-conditioned, VIP bus transport to the charming town of Avanos. Located on the sweeping banks of the Red River, here you can tour the local ceramics shop and even try making your own pottery.  Discover the stunning Kaymakli Underground City. Known as the deepest underground location in Cappadocia, follow your guide as you trek to the fourth level of this eight-level subterranean city, located 30 meters below the ground. Pause to marvel at the surreal landscapes of both the Devrent Valley and Love Valley, each dotted with unique fairy chimney rock formations. Listen as your guide details fascinating facts and anecdotes about the area's rich cultural and geological history.  Step back in time and visit the Zelve Open Air Museum, a Byzantine-era monastery carved into the centuries-old rocks. Relax and mingle with the locals at Ortahisar.

Cappadocia: Guided Horseback Riding Experience with Transfer

6. Cappadocia: Guided Horseback Riding Experience with Transfer

Seize this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ride a horse through Cappadocia, known as the "Land of Beautiful Horses". This trip provides everything you need for a great ride, including well-groomed and strong horses, breathtaking routes, and experienced people who will look after you all day. Steer away from the crowds and enjoy the quiet scenery of Goreme National Park, far from the busy highways and tourist sites. Explore Cappadocia's lunar environment, with its peculiar rock formations and remarkable fairy chimneys. A trained guide will you the safest and most beautiful pathways. Continue riding through the local apricot orchards and classic vineyards, taking in the breathtaking scenery in all directions. As a special treat, your tour also includes a visit to the rock-cut Hallacdere Monastery, one of Cappadocia's many treasures.

Cappadocia: Guided Red Valley Sunset Tour w/Night Light show

7. Cappadocia: Guided Red Valley Sunset Tour w/Night Light show

You’ll be picked up 45 minutes before the sun sets and head to the Red Valley viewpoint to get the best spots. This popular hiking area features sandstone rocks that turn a gorgeous shade of red as the sun sets. If Red Valley is crowded, you can also head to Devrent Valley, which features towering rock formations that can be interpreted to form animal shapes. After watching the sun coat the sky with a multitude of brilliant colors, you’ll stop by Ortahisar Panorama, Pigeon Valley Panorama, Uchisar Castle, Goreme Esentepe Panorama, and Cavusin to take some photos and capture the beauty of these landscapes at night. End the evening with a light show at Zelve Open Air Museum. This unique show uses computers with mapping software which are then projected onto the caves and rock formations at the Zelve Valley. The 30-minute exhibition depicts the story and history of the human race, specifically the Assyrian, Hittite, Persian, and Alexandria civilizations up until the development of the modern republic of Turkey. If the weather does not permit a light show, you’ll head to a local restaurant and dine on delicious local fare with some live music entertainment.

Cappadocia: Salt Lake and Underground Cities with Lunch

8. Cappadocia: Salt Lake and Underground Cities with Lunch

Delve into the rich history of Cappadocia and journey through time exploring the ancient churches and cellars of Tatlarin, believed to be over 3,000 years old. Roam the shores of the Salt Lake, and, weather permitting, even take a dip into its waters.   The day starts with pickup from your accommodation in Cappadocia. Journey to Nevsehir Hill Fort near the city of Kayserit and marvel at the Tatlarin Underground City, a maze of tunnels and rooms that dwarfs all other finds to date. Enter an ancient toilet – proof that toilets were being used in Anatolia around 3,000 years ago, and explore the giant rooms believed to have been used for religious or military purposes. Continue to Saratli Underground City, a mystical city famous for its history and architecture. A 7-story structure, Sarati has a water well, wine cellar, bath, toilet, barn, kitchen, and around 40 different rooms.  It is believed to have been used as a sanctuary and defense place, and within it, there are secret tunnels connecting to the peasants’ homes proving access to the underground city in the event of an attack from enemies. Next, drive to Oresin Han Caravanserai, where you can explore the Caravanserai (literally 'caravan places') while your lunch is prepared. Used since the 10th century as an inn for Silk Road traders, this ancient building displays fine examples of stone carving. After lunch, drive approximately 1 hour to the stunning Tuz Golu (Salt Lake). Enjoy ample time to roam the shores and admire salt rocks and the vibrant hues of pink and orange reflecting off the pristine waters. Capture photos of the sunset, and, if weather permits, take a refreshing dip in the lake before the return transfer to your hotel.

Cappadocia Turkish Night Show

9. Cappadocia Turkish Night Show

Experience live music, delicious Turkish cuisine, and authentic dances on our unforgettable Turkish night show. Bellydancers, whirling dervishes, and live music – this show has it all. Relax in a friendly environment as you enjoy colorful and authentic Turkish entertainment. Be enchanted by the beautiful, swaying belly dancers. Traditional music gives you a true taste of Turkish culture. Enjoy all this and a delicious traditional dinner, served with your evening entertainment. Join us on the Cappadocia Turkish night show, and learn what the nightlife is really like in traditional Turkish culture.

3 Days Cappadocia Tour

10. 3 Days Cappadocia Tour

Day 1 - Cappadocia - Göreme Open Air Museum Today our tour will start by visiting the valleys around the Cappadocia. Our first stop will be Goreme valley where had become one of the most important center of christianism in the VI and IX centuries Later we will visit Uchisar, one of the more popular destinations for travelers. We will have coffee break then we will visit Goreme Open-Air Museum. There are over 10 cave churches in the Goreme Open Air Museum. Along with rectories, dwellings, and a religious school, they form a large monastic complex carved out of a roughly ring-shaped rock formation in Cappadocia. Entrance to the site is on the north side. We will offer a delicious lunch and we will visit Urgup that promoted Nevşehir area to the world with its historical heritage and natural beauty. Urgup is probably the busiest of the small towns in the vicinity of the Cappadocian sites. It's possibly the tattiest as well; recent development has mushroomed leaving a grim legacy of poorly designed and serviced buildings. The road down into the town however does take you past some pleasant rock carved dwellings, accommodation and restaurants. It's worth wondering around the old town for a taste of what the place must have been like before we all arrived. Then we will visit wine cellar and taste wines. Then we will visit Monks Valley (Rahipler Vadisi), with its chimneys with multiple stems and caps, some housing chapels and living areas found here, have a particular style. Avanos is set on the banks of the Kizilirmak, the Red River, which gets its name from the clay that it deposits. This clay has provided Avanos with pottery for centuries and the town is still dominated by this industry despite the inroads that tourism has made in the area. The main street has numerous shops and workshops selling plain and decorated pots and plates and you can watch the potters at work using kick wheels, the design has remained unchanged for generations. Many of the workshops will encourage you to have a go yourself. It's harder than it looks. Overnight in Avanos, Urgup or Goreme. Day 2 - Ihlara Valley - Selime Cathedral - Derinkuyu Underground City - Pigeons Valley After breakfast you will be picked up from your hotel at approx 9:00 and we will go to Ihlara valley for hiking. The Ihlara Valley, once called Peristrema, for its scenery and churches, which are small and mostly semi-ruined. After our lunch break, we visit Selime Cathedral. It is a massive mountain, that is actually an amazing rock cut cathedral and The biggest and deepest is Derinkuyu Underground City. There are eight floors and extend at a depth of approximately 85 m. The underground city at Derinkuyu has all the usual amenities found in other underground complexes across Cappadocia, such as wine and oil presses, stables, cellars, storage rooms, refectories, and chapels. We will also see the Nar Crater Lake during our journey. Then we will visit Pigeon valleys to see pigeon’s houses. Day 3 - Rose Valley Today is end of your unique tour, before leaving we will have short walk in rose valley.The Rose Valley is an isolated valley behind Urgup. It has beautiful rock formations with some great hidden rock – carved churches. The most interesting part of this area is the countless tracks connecting the small villages and towns through vineyards and gardens like a spider net. It is always possible to see villagers working in the area and offering grapes, apples or apricots to you.

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It is really worth buying this dinner package, Mr Murat is super polite and attentive. He picked us up at the hotel at the agreed time, his car is very comfortable. He placed us and a table very well located inside the restaurant that is inside a cave. The food was great, the dancing was wonderful, and the drinks were plentiful. I recommend the purchase of these services is very worthwhile.

Its a wonderful experience that i witnessed the underground Cave turkish night ..the place is god offered a turkish dinner with limited alcohol drinks .I enjoyed the show and joined in the dance floor..thanks to our tour Guide Murat Atli for guiding and checking us in the event really appreciated , Much recommended

Eko was the best guide we have had, he was very knowledgable and very professional! Highly recommend!

It was an awsom experience. Should not be missed. The guide Merk was too good.

Very nice show with good food and great organization