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You begin the tour by hiking down through Meskendir valley to Red and Rose valleys where you can see different natural rock formations and tunnels through the rock, as well as man-made ones, in the form of rock-cut churches with their magnificent murals. You can also visit three churches, the Meskendir Kilise, the Kolonlu Kilise (Church with columns) and Haclı Kilise (Church with a cross) which has beautiful frescoes.
Before climbing up and admiring the sunset from a view point above Haclı Kilise you can enjoy a glass of fresh juice or a cup of Turkish tea or coffee at Emin's cafe. After the sunset you are driven back to your hotel.Read More
Traversing the countless valleys and mountains by horseback brings riders in touch with the area’s breathtaking beauty. Forget the tour bu sor even the rental cars – this astonishing region of cantrel Anatolia is truly best seen by hprseback. 1 hours, 2 hours half day of full daya re available.
A great way to get right off the beaten track ! Take a half or full-day guided tour through the most beauttiful of cappadocia speactacular rock-cut valleys on a sturdy ATV (quand) bike. These tours are a great activitiy option for theose seeking a few hours of fun adnd adventure outdoors. ATVs provide an opportunity for great sight-seeing, as one is enable to roamthe hills, valleys, dunes, and trails of the cappadocia. A variety of ATV tours, lasting from 2 to 8 hours, are available. All tours include a guide. The two hours is the most common.
ATVs are also available daily rentals. Our all terrain vehicles are extremely easy to use, as they are fully automatic, so no experience is necessary. The Track you will be riding on are carefully laid out to be challenging, but not frightening.Read More
The show starts between 20.00 to 20.30 depending the season in one of the cave restaurants of Cappadocia where the show will be performed. The show begins with a short, 20 minutes version of Whirling Dervishes Ceremony which will give you an idea about how it is. For the real, religious ceremony we suggest. During the whole night, there will be live music performed by a traditional customs wearing band. After the dervishes, folk dancers come in their local dresses and the dances start. The dancers, including the bride and groom, come on the dance floor and perform the traditional way, which a girl gets married in Turkey.Read More
The ceremony symbolizes the different meanings of a mystic cycle to perfection; Ascension to Mirac. In essence, it is what we do as a form of remembrance to God. The most notable person in Konya was the world famous "Mevlana Celaleddin-i Rumi" who established the Mevlevi Sufi philosophy.
"What happens in a Hamam?"
Well, the ritual is simple. After entering to our hamam at Kelebek Hotel, you will find yourself in the camekan with changing cubicles. Wearing only a Pestemal (a large striped or checked towel fringed at both ends and wrapped around the chest), and clanking on the marble floor in your nalins (clogs), you pass through a semi-transparent door and reach the core Sicaklik (hot room). To feel more comfortable, we suggest our guests to have their swimsuits with them as well.
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