North Cappadocia Tour
North Cappadocia Tour offers the best of the region, showcasing not only the amazing landscape of Cappadocia, but also the history of the towns that make up the region and also the UNESCO World heritage listed sights. On the North Cappadocia Tour (Red Tour) you will be shown around by a local expert guide who will detail all the amazing things you visit along the way. Be sure to pair this tour up with the South Cappadocia Tour (Green Tour) to ensure you get all the amazing wonders that the Cappadocia region has to offer.
Panoramic view of Goreme Esentepe
Located between Uchisar and Goreme is a panoramic viewpoint which showcases the beauty of the crazy landscape that makes up Cappadocia. The Goreme Esentepe viewpoint overlooks the town of Uchisar as well as over the valleys that are scattered with the famous fairy chimneys of Cappadocia. The best panorama of the area, be sure your camera batteries are charged.
Goreme Open Air Museum
The Goreme Open Air Museum is an impressive collection of churches, chapels and monasteries that date back to the middle ages. As you are guided through you will be amazed with how rich the museum is in history and be amazed with the numerous frescoes that have been beautifully preserved. The museum is a highlight within the Cappadocia region.
Pasabag is also commonly known as Monks Valley. This stop is one of the most famous as it showcases the three headed fairy chimney, which is a sight to behold. The viewpoint is a highlight of many peoples North Cappadocia day tour as it showcases the magnificent and crazy landscape of Cappadocia and the famous fairy chimneys.
The Devrent Valley is well known for its moon like landscape full of small pointed fairy chimneys. It is time to stretch the legs when you arrive at the valley and there will be a short walk for you to wander through the unusual and breathtaking landscape.
The town of Avanos is famous for its pottery industry which dates back to as far as 3000 B.C. The town still holds onto its history as it is scattered with little pottery workshops where the trade has been passed on down through the centuries. The clay used for the pottery is all sourced from the Red River which runs straight through the heart of town. There is the opportunity today to visit a pottery workshop and see the craftsmanship of the pottery trade.
The three rock formations known as the Three Beauties are the famous symbol and landmark of the town of Urgup. The three rocks are of a legendary story of past times and are said to represent a runaway princess with her husband, that no one approved of and their small child. Be sure to ask your guide for the full story.