Private Red Tour
Private version of the Red Tour of Cappadocia!
Places to visit;
- Uchisar Castle
- Paşabağları (Monks Valley)
- Devrent (Imagination) Valley
- Avanos Pottery Demonstration
- Love Valley
The Uchisar Castle is a natural rock formation that has been carved out over thousands of years, and it has been used as a fortress by many civilizations throughout history. In addition to its historical significance, the Uchisar Castle is also renowned for its stunning natural beauty. The rock formations that make up the castle are unique and otherworldly, and they have been eroded by wind and water over millions of years to form intricate shapes and patterns.
The valley is known for its otherworldly rock formations, which resemble tall, cone-shaped mushrooms or fairy chimneys. In addition to its natural beauty, Paşabağları also has an interesting cultural history. The valley was once home to a community of Christian monks, who used the caves and rock formations as a place of worship and meditation.
Devrent (Imagination Valley)
Devrent Valley is a unique geological formation of Cappadocia, known for its unusual rock formations that resemble various shapes and objects, including animals, people, and mythical creatures. The valley, also known as “Imagination Valley”, is located between the towns of Avanos and Ürgüp, and is easily accessible by car or on a guided tour. The rocks in the valley have been eroded by wind and water over millions of years, resulting in a landscape of whimsical and otherworldly shapes and forms.
Avanos Pottery Demonstration
Avanos is a town in the Cappadocia that is known for its rich tradition of pottery-making. The town is situated on the banks of the Kızılırmak River, which provides the clay that is used to create the distinctive red pottery for which Avanos is famous. Pottery-making has been a part of Avanos’ cultural heritage for thousands of years, and the town is home to numerous pottery workshops and studios where visitors can see the process of creating pottery firsthand. The traditional technique involves shaping the clay on a potter’s wheel, and then firing it in a kiln at high temperatures to harden and strengthen the clay.
Love Valley is a popular attraction in the Cappadocia, known for its unique rock formations that resemble phallic shapes. The name “Love Valley” comes from the suggestive shape of the rocks, which have been naturally eroded over millions of years to form tall, cone-shaped columns that resemble mushrooms or pillars. The phallic shape of the rocks has led some visitors to see them as a symbol of fertility and love.
What are included?
- Lunch (Drinks will be on you)
- Entrance Fees of Museums
- Professional Tourist Guide
1.Lunch and Museum Tickets are optional they can be on you or us. Price also changes due to the expenses. Please aks for the price.
2. This tour and price is for minimum 2 people.