Cappadocia Bus & minivan tours

Our most recommended Cappadocia Bus & minivan tours

Cappadocia: Turkish Night Show w/ Dinner in a Cave

1. Cappadocia: Turkish Night Show w/ Dinner in a Cave

Start your magical night with a glass of Turkish wine or beer as the Turkish dance performance begins. Be mesmerized by the shimmering costumes and impressive dance moves as traditional belly dancers take to the stage and clap along to the hypnotic rhythms of classic Turkish music, played by live musicians. In between performances, indulge in a delicious dinner of traditional Turkish cuisine, including dessert and a glass of wine. Enjoy traditional dances from various regions of Turkey and be wowed by professional dancers, ornate costumes, and exotic music.

Cappadocia Highlights Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

2. Cappadocia Highlights Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Discover both the fascinating historical and natural sides of Cappadocia on a hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus tour. Explore historical ruins from the ancient Anatolian civilizations in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy breathtaking natural landscapes of valleys and hill slopes as you travel. During your hop-on, hop-off trip, walk along the illustrious “fairy chimneys” and discover rock-carved houses, churches, and underground cities. Marvel at the exceptional and unique views from Uchisar Castle and witness history at archaeological sites. See the Zelve Open Air Museum, Devrent Imagination Valley, and the splendid rock formations in Cavusin. To complete your experience, try an authentic meal in a traditional cave setting. Without a doubt, the magnificent geography and rich culture, art, and history will amaze you. This tour has options for 24-hour, 48-hour, and 72-hour bus tickets.

Göreme: Private Northern Cappadocia Tour with Lunch

3. Göreme: Private Northern Cappadocia Tour with Lunch

Travel through the beautiful landscapes and history in Northern Cappadocia on a guided tour. Stop at destinations in Göreme, Uchisar, Pasabag, and Avanos. Eat a delicious local lunch.  Be picked up from your hotel in Göreme and relax on the way to your first stop at a panoramic viewpoint where you can see the town of Göreme and its surrounding landscape which is dotted with fairy chimneys.  Head to Uchisar castle, which is located right in the heart of Cappadocia. View this castle which is carved into the rock standing at the center of the town. Go to the peak of the castle for magnificent views of the Erciyes Mountain and the Cappadocia region.  Continue to an open air museum of monasteries, chapels, and churches built in the Middle Ages at an old Christian education center. Take in the architecture and see some well-preserved frescoes. Drive to Pasabag (Pasha’s vineyard) to see the lush vineyards and the Greek Byzantine mushroom-shaped fairy chimneys. After a short drive, find yourself amid a surreal lunar landscape with pointed fairy chimneys in Devrent valley.  Discover the town of Avanos, which is famed for being a terracotta center since 3000 BC. Visit a traditional pottery workshop and watch craftsmen work. Finally, snap pictures of the three fairy chimneys near Urgup. Return to your accommodation in Göreme. 

Cappadocia: Private Guided Sightseeing Tour

4. Cappadocia: Private Guided Sightseeing Tour

Set out on your day-long adventure with a morning pick-up from your hotel and make your way to the Kaymakli Underground City. Learn about the fascinating history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site as you explore its tunnels and rooms. Continue to another of Cappadocia's remarkable attractions, the Goreme Open-Air Museum. Discover the rock-cut churches, each one decorated with frescoes and paintings dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries. Visit the Dark Church, Cappadocia's most famous cave church, and see the bright, well-preserved paintings that adorn its walls.

Cappadocia: Salt Lake and Underground Cities with Lunch

5. Cappadocia: Salt Lake and Underground Cities with Lunch

Delve into the rich history of Cappadocia and journey through time exploring the ancient churches and cellars of Tatlarin, believed to be over 3,000 years old. Roam the shores of the Salt Lake, and, weather permitting, even take a dip into its waters.   The day starts with pickup from your accommodation in Cappadocia. Journey to Nevsehir Hill Fort near the city of Kayserit and marvel at the Tatlarin Underground City, a maze of tunnels and rooms that dwarfs all other finds to date. Enter an ancient toilet – proof that toilets were being used in Anatolia around 3,000 years ago, and explore the giant rooms believed to have been used for religious or military purposes. Continue to Saratli Underground City, a mystical city famous for its history and architecture. A 7-story structure, Sarati has a water well, wine cellar, bath, toilet, barn, kitchen, and around 40 different rooms.  It is believed to have been used as a sanctuary and defense place, and within it, there are secret tunnels connecting to the peasants’ homes proving access to the underground city in the event of an attack from enemies. Next, drive to Oresin Han Caravanserai, where you can explore the Caravanserai (literally 'caravan places') while your lunch is prepared. Used since the 10th century as an inn for Silk Road traders, this ancient building displays fine examples of stone carving. After lunch, drive approximately 1 hour to the stunning Tuz Golu (Salt Lake). Enjoy ample time to roam the shores and admire salt rocks and the vibrant hues of pink and orange reflecting off the pristine waters. Capture photos of the sunset, and, if weather permits, take a refreshing dip in the lake before the return transfer to your hotel.

From Cappadocia: 2-Night Nemrut, Sanliurfa, and Harran Tour

6. From Cappadocia: 2-Night Nemrut, Sanliurfa, and Harran Tour

Day 1: Cappadocia - Kahramanmaras – Kahta Meet your guide and driver at your hotel at 8:00 AM and depart from Cappadocia. After passing Kayseri, visit the Seljuk Karatayhan Caravanserai on the famous Silk Road. Then, drive through the Taurus Mountains, observing the countryside and everyday life of rural Turkey. After stopping for lunch, drive to Kahramanmaras and try some of the best ice cream in Turkey. Then, drive to Kahta and check into your hotel. Spend the night in Kahta. Day 2: Adiyaman - Mt. Nemrut - Harran – Sanliurfa Depart from your hotel early in the morning and head to Mount Nemrut. At the end of the road, get out of the van and walk twenty-five minutes to the summit. Watch the memorable sunrise between the colossal-sized statues and heads of the kings and Gods. Then, visit Arsemia, once the capital of the Commagene Kingdom, before continuing to the ancient Septimus Severus Bridge over the Cendere Stream and the Karakus Tumulus, where members of the royal family were buried. Continue driving to Sanliurfa and Harran. Visit the Ataturk Dam, the largest dam in the Middle East, en route. Check into your hotel in Sanliurfa and have lunch there. Visit Gobeklitepe, a 11,500 year-old hilltop sanctuary, believed by archaeologists to be the oldest sanctuary in the world. After lunch, visit Abraham's Cave and the Pools of Holy Carp surrounding it. Then, walk around an oriental covered bazaar and Gumrukhan. Drive to Harran, a village of Mud-Brick "beehive" houses mentioned in the Book of Genesis, where Abraham spent the last years of his life. Enjoy dinner and an overnight stay in Sanliurfa. DAY 3: Sanliurfa – Cappadocia After breakfast, depart from Sanliurfa to Birecik, famous for its Bald-Ibis birds, which only live in Birecik. Enjoy a visit to the Bald Ibis breeding farm. After lunch, drive up to the Taurus Mountains. Take a short tea break and drive back to Cappadocia.

Cappadocia Heritage 1 Day Private Tour

7. Cappadocia Heritage 1 Day Private Tour

Meet our guide and driver at Kayseri or Nevsehir airport. First meeting with Cappadocia, we introduce you to the lunar landscape of Cappadocia at Devrent Valley, take a walk through this lunar landscape where different rock formations can be seen. Then we head on to Seeing the best examples of the fairy chimneys at Pasabag Fairy Chimneys and Zelve Valley, we drive further to Avanos Town, which is famous with tile and pottery workshops. We will have lunch in a special local restaurant in this small town. After lunch our next stop is Goreme Open Air Museum where you will enjoy the fantastic rock churches and beautiful frescos from various centuries decorating the walls of the churches. Then we drive to the Uchisar Rock Castle, which is the highest and the most dominant point, giving us a breathtaking panorama. We end the day visiting Esentepe Windy Hill for panaromic view and taking photos. The tour nearly finishes at 18:00pm. We will drop you back to your hotel or airport.

From Goreme: Highlights of Cappadocia Private Guided Tour

8. From Goreme: Highlights of Cappadocia Private Guided Tour

You will be picked up from your hotel at the time you mentioned. Visit Paşabağı to see the naturally formed rock fomations called Fairy Chimneys. (65 lira per person) Then visit Devrent (Imagination) Valley to see natural rock formations looking like animals such as camel, shark, penguin. Drive to Özkonak underground city which takes you underground to see the caves connected to eachother by narrow tunnels. (50 lira per person) Visit one of the Pottery workshops in Avanos (where the Redriver is) to see the demonstration on a kick-wheel stand to make clay pots. You can also try how to make pot and possible to buy products if interested. You will also visit Göreme Open Air Museum to see the rock-carved churches with frescoes inside from 11-13th centuries. (150 lira per person) Next stop is Uçhisar Castle Panorama to see the castle, the highest rock in Cappadocia, and the caves around it. Then drive to Pigeon Valley to see 4km long valley with pigeon houses carved on the slopes. Last stop will be Onyx and jewelry workshop to see local volcanic stones of Turkey such as onyx, turquise, sultanite. You can also buy products with certificate, if interested. The tour does not include lunch, but you can ask the tour guide to go to a restaurant depending on what you want to eat. The order of the places you visit may change depending of the location of your hotel.

Cappadocia: Private Hollywood Filiming Locations Tour

9. Cappadocia: Private Hollywood Filiming Locations Tour

Explore Cappadocia's most popular film locations on this private tour and relive scenes from Star Wars, Ghost Rider 2, and Empire of the Wolves. Meet your guide at your hotel after breakfast and head to your first stop, Devrent (Imagination) Valley, which is famous for its lunar landscapes. Admire fairy chimneys in the shape of animals, such as camels, snakes, and dolphins. Next, head to Zelve Valley, where the movie Ghost Rider 2 was filmed. Relive your favorite scenes from the movie and learn more about the history of Christianity at the valley's many monasteries and churches. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant before continuing to Uchisar Castle, the region's highest point, where you can admire panoramic views of Cappadocia's volcanic mountains and unique fairy chimneys. Next, head to your final stop, Selimiye Monastery, where Star Wars was filmed, and one of the oldest settlements in history. Get dropped off back at your hotel at the end of the day.

Göreme: Private Southern Cappadocia Tour with Lunch

10. Göreme: Private Southern Cappadocia Tour with Lunch

Explore the beauty of Southern Cappadocia on this tour from Göreme. Snap pictures of rock-hewn castles and churches. View stunning natural rock formations and have a delicious local lunch. Be picked up from your hotel in Göreme and relax on the way to your first stop in the town of Ortahisar which is famous for its rock warehouses which were carved into the valley slopes. Admire its castle which is the largest fairy chimney in the region. Hear about the history of this settlement which dates back to the 11th century when the migrations from Central Asia to Anatolia began. Listen as your guide tells you about the 9 families that founded this town. Head to the Rose and Red valleys, to explore hidden rock-hewn churches and unique rock formations. Pass through these valleys which are full of little villages, fruit gardens, and vineyards. Visit one of the oldest villages in the area, the Cavusin village, which has cave houses that stretch like a maze of ruins. See the 5th-century Church of John the Baptist which is the biggest cave church in all of Cappadocia. Go below ground to see the widest underground city in Cappadocia that was built by Christians in Middle Ages who were trying to escape persecution. Walk through kitchens, wineries, storage areas, and living areas. Finally, drive to Love Valley, known for its huge phallic rock formations which were formed 3-9 million years ago by the erosion of volcanic rock. Some of the formations reach 40 meters in height. Return to your accommodations in Göreme.

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What a brilliant night! This event is a MUST visit if in Cappadocia. The food was lovely, service brilliant and the performances were spectacular. We had the best night with lots of music, dancing and enjoying the great atmosphere. The travel agency (Travelux) also did a great job at arranging everything. Our driver arrived 10mins before pickup point and was waiting for us at the end of the night without rushing us to safely return us back to our hotel. and we were one of the firsts at the restaurants. I was overwhelmed with the amount of food & drink options there were too. I would HIGHLY recommend this event!

The taxi picked me up at the hotel and took me to the place at the appointed time, the space was very large and beautiful, the food and service were good. Regarding the show, it was a positive surprise, very interactive and fun. I loved the whole experience

Great value for money. I have been to many Turkish Dinner shows and this was by far was the best. don't eat too much of all thr yummy entrees and main course otherwise you won't be able to dance with the pretty ladies and handsome men!

Beautiful typical dinner, very cheerful and fulfills what it proposes

Everything was amazing but the food was below average