Cappadocia Off the Beaten Track Ride

Cappadocia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Turkey as there are many sites with unique geological, historic, and cultural features. Almost 1.5 million people visit our fairy land every year. We are very proud to share our culture and tradition with our guests driving to the most significant places which are considered as must see before death  by travel editors.

Our rides are designed to cover the most famous sights of Cappadocia as listed below, making sure our guests get a taste of evocative lunar landscape with its bizarre rock formations, enigmatic fairy chimneys, extensive cave dwellings and its rich culture.

Mustafapasa

Mustafapasa

Keslik Monastery

Keslik Monastery

Soganli Valley

Soganli Valley

Pigeon Valley

Pigeon Valley

Uchisar Castle Panorama

Uchisar Castle Panorama

Mustafapasa

Former name of Mustafapasa was Sinassos during the Ottoman era. It had a mixed population. Greeks and Karamanlides constituted the majority of the population and muslim Turks constituted the rest. In 1924 however by the Population exchange between Greece and Turkey agreement, Greeks and Karamanlides left the town for Nea Sinasos a town in the northern part of the island of Euboea in Greece. They were replaced by Bulgarian muslims and Turks from Kastoria, a town in northern Greece. 

Admission Fee : NO

Keslik Monastery

Within the territory of Keşlik Monastery there are rock engraved structures such as twochurches, refectory, holy spring, various monk rooms, winery and small chapels. The entranceof church and refectory has been renovated by cut off stone.Arkhangelos Church is one of the most attractive structures of the monastery.

Admission Fee : 10 TRY P.P

Soganli Valley

Admission Fee : 18 TRY P.P

Settlements in this valley took place during the Roman times. The Romans used the stone conies on the slopes of the valley as graveyards and the Byzantine as churches. Church frescos in styles, dates back to the 9th and 13th centuries. There are thousands of carved bird aviaries, caves and shelter in addition to some churches and monasteries along the Soganli valley. 

Pigeon Valley

Admission Fee : NO

The valley took its name, as can be easily guessed, from hundreds of pigeons which used to find their homes in hollows made by farmers in the rocks. In those days the birds were used as message carriers and their droppings as fertilizers. However, there are hardly any pigeons in the valley today.

Uchisar Castle is the peak where Cappadocia mingles with the clouds; it is the highest fairy chimney and can be seen from any where in the region. During the brutal Roman reign the citadel was used as a watch tower by the early christians.

Uchisar Castle View

Admission Fee : NO

Click on the picture to see the route.

Cappadocia Tours by Taxi

Our rate Includes;

  • 18 %V.A.T, parking fees, gas

  • transportation up to (4 adults) in a taxi sedan

  • pick up and drop off to your hotel 

  • 4 small bottled water during the journey

Excludes;

  • lunch, graduates to the driver & personal expenses and the admission fees.

  • airport pick up or drop off

690 TRY

Valid for bookings,

at least 10 days prior

to service date!

PLEASE NOTE;

  1. Our drivers are not allowed to accompany our guests into the museums, historical, natural or cultural sites.

  2. They can not make any presentation about the attractions.

  3. Their only  mission is to provide a safe and sound ride. 

  4. If you need a guided tour, please check out the Travel Agencies in Cappadocia.

Book a cab to Kayseri (ASR) Airport or Cappadocia Nevsehir (NAV) Airport, take a ride around Cappadocia, or hire a premium cab for a birthday or anniversary. Stop calling multiple taxi operators. Book a cab from our website and we will ensure that you get a safe, reliable and comfortable taxi ride in Cappadocia for sure!

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Cappadocia Off the Beaten Track Ride