Delight at Turkey’s most iconic region, Cappadocia
Take a short and sweet trip full of Turkish delights, hitting the country’s most renowned region – Cappadocia – on this five-day natural adventure. Discover the weird and wonderful world of fairy chimneys, rock formations and otherworldly surroundings of Cappadocia’s sprawling valleys, go deep underground to explore the hidden cities of Derinkuyu and Kaymakli and bask in local hospitality and authentic food for a true taste of the place. You might call Cappadocia quirky, but we call it Turkey.
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The weird and wonderful world of Cappadocia might be the most unusual place in Turkey. Learn all about its fairy chimneys and sprawling rock formations from your expert local leaders.
Cappadocia’s wonder is beautiful at all angles, but none more so than from on top. Consider the chance for a sunrise hot air-balloon ride, giving you the ultimate view of this awesome landscape.
Get a dose of good old-fashioned Turkish hospitality, having dinner with a local family and enjoying some home-cooked delights.
Exploring the underground cities of Derinkuyu and Kaymakli is mind-blowing – head four levels underground and discover where thousands of people used to live.
The thriving metropolis of Istanbul is where East literally meets West. With the option to extend your stay here, you’ve got the power to continue your Turkish escapade right away!
Lots of time allocated for optional activities means freedom and flexibility, but it does require a level of independence. Only are few meals are included, so mostly you'll find your own (with plenty of suggestions from your leader of course) – a great way to mingle with locals and discover unexpected delights! There's plenty of free time on this trip, which means you're able to take advantage of many optional activities; however, you will need some extra cash to do so.
Unlike most other Intrepid trips, this trip starts early in the morning, instead of in the afternoon. Consider arriving a few days earlier to make the most of your time in Antalya. If you wish to spend more time in Antalya, we'll be happy to book additional accommodation (subject to availability).
Some of the sites visited involve walking on rocky and/or steep hillsides. Please ensure you bring sturdy walking shoes and comfortable clothes. To make the most of the trip, it's best if you have at least a moderate level of fitness.
It can get quite cool in these destinations, particularly from October to April, so don't forget to pack some extra layers.
There are a couple of long bus rides. The good news is, public buses in Turkey are pretty cool and comfortable.
Trip departures are unavailable.
There are currently no scheduled departures on our Five Days in Cappadocia trip. If you are interested in other trips in the region visit one of the links below.
1. Group meeting is at 8am on Day 1. Please be on time for this as directly following group meeting you’l head out by local bus to Cappadocia. Please refer to our joining point instructions Essential Trip Information for the joining point for your departure.
2. Single supplement is bookable on this trip, subject to availability.
3. This trip will finish on the morning of day five in Istanbul. There is no accommodation included on day five. Arrival time should be between 0700-0830 however we recommend not booking onward travel until after 1300 to allow for delays. For more information, see the ‘Finishing Point’ instructions in the Essential Trip Information.
Want an in-depth insight into this trip? Essential Trip Information provides a detailed itinerary, visa info, how to get to your hotel, what's included - pretty much everything you need to know about this adventure and more.View Essential Trip Information