Pase tres días disfrutando de los lugares más destacados de la Capadocia, incluida la visita a una ciudad subterránea, un recorrido por las chimeneas de hadas en Devrent, Pasabag y los valles de Goreme, y un vuelo opcional en globo aerostático al amanecer. Este tour de 3 días desde Side incluye alojamiento y cena, así como visitas al pueblo de Cavusin, el castillo de Uchisar, la ciudad alfarera de Avanos y el Museo Mevlana en Konya, el hogar espiritual de los Derviches Giradores.
My husband and I loved the tour and at the price shown, was excellent value
Accomodation and evening meal was provided, but then you are sold the extras .. 30 euros per person for lunches, 20 euros per person for the whirling dervish show, 30 euros per person for the Turkish night.
Entrance fees to the caves and Goreme open air museum 9 euros each
We chose not to go to the shows as having been to Turkey before, we had already experienced them and as the days were long, we knew we would just want to relax in the evening and not get ready to go out after dinner.
The hot air balloon flight is a must but at 175 euros each, was very expensive, but something we couldn't have missed out on.
Cheaper balloon flights must be available, but we were told we had to book with our tour guide. This was arranged at the start of our tour and details passed onto the balloon company. make sure you have a passport or driving license with you, as this will be required to book
The 4am wake up call couldn't come soon enough. The balloon flight takes place at sunrise.The pilot was so skilled and the flight and views were amazing.
The Stone Concept hotel where we stayed was adequate and so was the food provided. Self service breakfast and evening meal
There was the usual buying trips to ceramic leather and jewellery outlets. These are to be expected on a tour in Turkey
Our guide, Ehran was friendly and welcoming. We were the only British on the tour, but his English was very good and he was very knowledgeable.
Although our cheap 3 days trip turned out dearer than thought, our tour was fantastic and an experience not to be missed.
Better than last years tour where we didn't stop at the majority of the advertised sights. At least this year we stopped in Konya, although we still didn't stop at Sultanhan for the Kervansaray visit.
The hotel was OK although the main room lights didn't work and the hotel didn't sort this after reported. Drinks in the hotel were very expensive.
Kapadokya is a must see destination there is very much deserving of a visit but less than 3 days is a waste of time although our final morning saw us waiting outside a leather outlet for 2.5 hours while the tour operator tried to earn more commission.
Yet again we did not stop ate the Kervansaray. At least this year we did stop in central Konya for Mevlana Museum unlike last year. The restaurants chosen for lunch were extortionate for drinks and the whole trip felt like an extortion - 10EUR for lunch, 150EUR for a balloon trip etc. etc. Even the hotel charged 3.60 for a small beer and was definitely not 4 star. Our room light did not work and when reported wasn't fixed.
The supplier description wasn't as supplied and the final morning had a 1.5hr waste pf time at a leather outlet after the previous time spent in ceramic and onyx outlets.