On the second day, the trip may end in Istanbul Airport or in Sabiha Gokcen Airport, passengers who have a flight on that night should pay special attention at the airport and flight time (from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Istanbul Airport, it would take at least 6 hours)
When leaving the hotel on the second day morning, please take all of your baggage, as we will go to the airport directly at the end of the tour
On the second day morning, passengers have the choice to join tandem paragliding
Regular temperature checks for staff
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Travellers required to regularly wash hands
Social distancing enforced throughout the experience
Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
Face masks provided for travellers
Face masks required for travellers in public areas
Note for cancellation policy: Refund fees for flights and accommodations are not included in the cancellation policy, once the accommodation and flight ticket been booked, we will not refund this part of the fee; for details, contact with our customer service
Cappadocia is the name of a region in history, roughly located in the southeast of ancient Asia Minor (Turkey). In the time of the ancient Greek historian Herodotus, Cappadocia encompassed a vast area from the Taurus Mountains to the Black Sea.
Cappadocia, thus defined, is bounded by the Taurus Mountains to the south, Euphrates River to the east, Pontus to the north, and the central saline wasteland to the west. The extent of the specific scope is difficult to determine. Strabo was the only classical writer who specifically described the situation in this area, but he exaggerated the area of Cappadocia; it is now known that Cappadocia is about 400 kilometres from east to west and only 240 kilometres from north to south.
Cappadocia is famous for its fairy-tale speckled rock formations: strange rock formations, caves and historical sites of semi-reclusive people are fascinating. It was originally a refuge for Christians to escape Roman persecution. In the 4th century, a group of monks established the main part of Cappadocia. After years of weathering and water erosion, there are rocky hills of different shapes. Thousands of caves have been excavated on these rock faces. Many caves are still preserved in many frescoes, which are the late anti-icon worship in Byzantine art. The unique testimony. Cappadocia’s unique karst landform is similar to the surface of the moon and is called "the most moon-like place on earth".
With our tour, you would enjoy the "moon" of the earth, and make your Cappadocia trip more exciting and colourful.