Top 10 Things to Do in Cappadocia
Cappadocia unique rock formations and spectacular hot air balloon opportunities with other world famous landscapes of Cappadocia is one of Turkey’s most popular natural wonders. so here are the top 10 to make your travel plan more manageable!
Mount Hasan is a volcano in Anatolia. It has two summits, the eastern Küçük Hasan Mountain with a height of 3,069 meters and the Büyük Hasan Mountain at a height of 3,253 meters, and is approximately 1 kilometer above the surrounding land.
ARGAEUS also known as Mount Erciyes, is a volcano in Turkey. It is a large stratovolcano surrounded by many monogenetic vents and lava dome and a maar. The bulk of the volcano is made up of lava flows of andesitic and dacitic composition. At some point in the past, part of the summit collapsed eastward.
3. Anti-Taurus Mountains
Anti-Taurus Mountains, northeast, south and east of Turkey’s Taurus Mountains are bent towards a mountain. The highest mountain in the range is Mount Erciyes, which is 12,851 feet high.
Rock formations that shelter monks shelters. Valley full of conical rock formations, many of them carved monks’ shelters
5. Ercİyes Ski Resort
Erciyes Ski Resort is a ski resort in Turkey, near the city of Kayseri. It is situated at Mount Erciyes, the highest mountain in Central Anatolia.
Hidden valley with scenic formations. Out-of-the-way destination with scenic sunset views and unique tower-shaped rock formations.
7. Uchisar Castle
Panoramic Cappadocia rock fortress. Centuries-old citadel perched on a rock spur, with commanding views of Cappadocia from the top.
8. Devrent (Imaginary Valley)
Important area with unique rock formations. Known for its moon-tailed scenery, this iconic valley features a variety of bizarre rock formations.
9. Kapuzbaşı Waterfall Kayseri
Waterfalls in a protected mountain park. Steep waterfall in mountainous terrain with high altitude lakes, forests and snow-capped peaks.
Real magic may appear in the high plateau of Central Anatolia in Turkey. … Millions of years ago chimneys, is the result of a geological starting with ash rain volcanic eruption on the grounds that Turkey end the process. This ash became tuff, a porous rock covered with a layer of basalt.