Get a unique view of Pamukkale from the air on this hot air balloon flight. Enjoy a breakfast of coffee, tea, and snacks before you board your balloon. Slowly fly over the white travertine pools of Pamukkale and the ancient ruined city of Hierapolis. Upon landing, enjoy a glass of champagne.
Having been a sanctuary for early Christians,Cappadocia is an open air museum full of unequal natural and cultural components.The region of Cappadocia is located in the middle of a once-active volcanic area of central Anatolia.With its unique natural features displaying a harmonious combination of natural and cultural landscape elements,Cappadocia is an enchanting open-air museum and an unparalleled example of the common cultural heritage of humanity.This program includes the main attractions of Cappadocia such as Goreme Open Air Museum that consist many rock-carved churches,Uchisar castle which is huge rock-carved castle,Undergrpund city, fairy chimneys ,many interesting rock formations.On the way, we will visit Sultanhanı caravansarai. Private transportation ,professional guidance, lunch with drinks, all the admission fees are included in the tours. You can check detailed itinerary.Cappadocia takes 3 hours from Konya.The tour ends around 5 pm, and back in Konya around 8 pm.
Departures : All year round – Guaranteed Departure03:15am we take you from your Istanbul hotel in Sultanahmet or Taksim for flight to Denizli at 06:30.07:30 arrival to Denizli airport and transfer to Pamukkale.09:30 we start for Pamukkale and Hierapolis tour. Domitian Gate, Colannaded Gate, Cathedral, Red waters of Karahayit, Pamukkale Museum & The Travertines of Pamukkale.At 17.00 our tour finishes and we transfer you to airport for your flight to back Istanbul and transfer to airport for flight to Istanbul at 19:45.When you arrive to Istanbul airport, we transfer back to your hotel.
Beysehir lake is the third largest lake in Turkey, and as a result of chemical reactions it has formed many islands, which are the remains of cavernous geological structures. The lake was accepted as a first grade natural site area in 1991. Lake Beysehir ,which has the largest freshwater reserves of Turkey,has a rich biological diversity both in the water and in the islands and coasts. The islands provide a home for thousands of water birds which nest there, including swans, cormorants, ducks and divers. Species of trees here include juniper, blackpine, firs, cedar and oak. In addition to the natural beauty of the area, it also has an interesting history as it was governed by Hittites, Friesian, Lydias, Persians and Byzantines. Finally, the Anatolian Seljuks conquered the area, and since then it has been under the reign of the Turks.Beysehir is 90 km from Konya.