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Private Tour: Adventure Cappadocia
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Private Tour: Adventure Cappadocia

By Goreme Open-Air Museum
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Duration: 24h
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  • All the tour transfers done by comfort-luxury car with travel insurance. and accompanied by Non-smoking, professional tour guide.
  • Drone with camel ride
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch and drinks specified in the program.
  • 1 Hour Horse Ride
  • 2.5 Hours ATV Motors Tour
  • All activity fees specified in the program.
  • Car parking fees.
  • Turkish Hamam
What's not included
  • Gratuities


Start:Multiple pickup locations offered.
  • Goreme, Goreme, Cappadocia
Hotel pickup offered
During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included hotels.
    End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

      • Not wheelchair accessible
      If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 18152P84

      • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
      • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
      • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
      • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
      • Most travelers can participate
      • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

      • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

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      • Goreme Open-Air Museum
        7,034
        Goreme, Türkiye
        Joined in February 2018
      • Bengu D
        0 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        My Goreme Open Air Museum Experience
        There’s a lot of things to say but i just wanna say WONDERFUL! You have to visit this place… I have some photos thus you can understand what i want to say! 🙌🏽
        Written May 25, 2024
      • abuurman
        0 contributions
        2.0 of 5 bubbles
        Disappointing for the expensive entry price
        The views all around Goreme are stunning, so I expected a bit more from the Goreme open air museum for the considerable entry fee of 20 euro. Whilst the history of the place is undoubtedly amazing, the size of the area, what you get to see and the fact that the dark church was extra entry fee made me wish I would have done something else with the time
        Written May 18, 2024
      • baadal-adam
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        4.0 of 5 bubbles
        Explore the Wonders of Goreme Open-Air Museum
        The Goreme Open-Air Museum is a breathtaking glimpse into the rich history of Cappadocia. This Museum site features stunning rock-cut churches and monasteries adorned with beautiful frescoes, offering a unique look into early Christian life. The well-preserved artwork and architecture, set against the backdrop of Cappadocia's unique landscape, create an unforgettable experience. The informative signage and accessible layout make it easy to explore and appreciate. A must-visit for history and art lovers alike!
        Written May 15, 2024
      • PeeJay0708
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        4.0 of 5 bubbles
        Great rock shapes, bit overcrowded.
        Interesting place, but too many groups of tourist blocking passages with no respect to others (mostly Russians). Try to go early morning before those crowds spoil that beautiful spot.
        Written May 3, 2024
      • SusanC4948
        0 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Frescoed churches
        The Goreme Open Air Museum (according to the old sign out front) contains eight Christian churches, three chapels, one refectory, one monastery and a grave site. The chapels and churches are carved into the rocks and are decorated with colourful frescos. Photos are not allowed in any of the churches and chapels. The churches are set out in a horseshoe type arrangement and a well-made path takes you up and down the hill past most of them. A few of the churches are accessible from ground level but many require taking stairs. There is a map board at the start but it wasn't entirely clear. We decided not to pay for the additional ticket for the Dark Church which is reputed to have the best frescos (which may have been a mistake) but did try to see all the others though I think we might have missed some. The first one on the circuit is the Chapel of St Basil. A bit later is the undecorated refectory. The Chapel of St Catherine, just after the Dark Church, had pretty spectacular frescos. Another structure without frescos is a multi-storied cave which didn't contain much but we saw kids having fun clambering around. From there the path takes you through the valley back to the entrance where you can admire the fairy chimneys and the views to the multi-hued hills behind which I probably remember best.
        Written April 29, 2024
      • Brandylady
        0 contributions
        3.0 of 5 bubbles
        Average
        Visited here with our tour group . Found the market at the base very good price wise. To get to the open air museum it’s all uphill and hard going on very uneven terrain . Some bits of museum ok but some just empty rooms and not worth bothering about . Wouldn’t go out of my way to visit here.
        Written April 20, 2024
      • stmichel25
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        3.0 of 5 bubbles
        Skip it
        I thought it was a waste of time and money to see defaced paintings. Most of them were damaged so badly you could see maybe 30 to 40% of the paining and most of the faces were scrapped out. So if you’ve seen monk valley and the underground city and the other rock formations elsewhere you can skip this.
        Written April 15, 2024
      • Joeys_Newt
        0 contributions
        3.0 of 5 bubbles
        Not quite the Wow expected
        A little shocked at the entrance fee - 50% up from when we planned the visit a month ago: set cost of €20 for non-residents, only payable in TRY... on the plus side, the exchange rate they used was fair. Perhaps we picked a bad day and got there a bit late, but rowdy crowds kind of spoiled the atmosphere of a religious site, and the max 3 minute whirl through each church didn't allow for really feeling the place - which is quite significant in Christian history. An extra €6 for the Dark Church and the queue put us off that part. On the whole a bit disappointing compared to expectations.
        Written April 11, 2024
      • ReviewerII
        0 contributions
        4.0 of 5 bubbles
        A must see sight, shame about the extra charge for the Dark Church
        This is a great site to see the ancient churches and homes of a lost time, I don't think you can come here without seeing it and it is the best place to see the dwellings as they were, especially if you don't have time to see the underground city. The entry fee was fine but I did feel ripped off having to pay and extra e6 each to access the Dark Church which is the best part of the museum. We enjoyed it very much but we were barely here 1.5hours. It is crowded, even arriving first thing (which I would recommend) and it is not easy to visit if you have physical issues, you need to be a bit fit. Overall a great place to visit.
        Written April 11, 2024
      • stmichel25
        0 contributions
        3.0 of 5 bubbles
        Not worth it
        For the steep fee of 20 Euro I thought we’d see more. Once you’ve seen the fairy/ monk valley chimneys, the Deverent valley and seen the underground city then really the Gerome National Park/ Museum isn’t worth it at all. I thought we would see a lot of beautiful paintings or mosaics in the caves but instead what we saw were all properly damaged or defaced paintings such that most of the faces were removed and either way most of the paintings were so badly damaged you could barely see it. So I wouldn’t recommend it at all.
        Written April 10, 2024
      • boymomdfw
        0 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Incredible architecture
        This was amazing!! Unfortunately, you can't take pictures inside the churches. But they are really elaborate and amazing. I was shocked at how some are very elaborate.
        Written January 14, 2024
      • kennethsa2024
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        4.0 of 5 bubbles
        Beautiful but cold
        it is very beautiful place. it really worth visiting the open air museum. the only thing i didn't like is, it was too much cold. 😂😂. it is just for me. but i strongly recommend visiting
        Written January 11, 2024
      • PPPTripTravel
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        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Must do !!
        Any trip to a new place is made exceptional on account of the people one interacts with....and our trip to Goreme, Cappadocia gave us lovely memories to bring back home. Goreme is a big contrast to the hustle and hustling of Istanbul. "Quiet efficiency' & "gentle hospitality" are what come to mind. We stayed at the Volare Stone Hotel and big thanks to Ibu for organising our hot air balloon ride and giving us tips to make our stay comfortable and peaceful. Also a big thank you to our wonderful guide Ali G for taking us around on the day trip. His humour & knowledge were a fun mix. Would highly recommend. We did the Hereke Green Tour. Traveller Tips : 1. There is more than one airport in Goreme (and Istanbul)... be careful when booking cabs and tickets. 2. Comfortable shoes with good grip are VERY important. (even Istanbul has steep, cobbled streets esp. the old city. Some places are slippery when the frost sets in). 3. Warm clothing if travelling in winter (holds true for Istanbul as well...it is a seaside city but weather is not tropical/warm).
        Written January 4, 2024
      • atisb
        0 contributions
        5.0 of 5 bubbles
        Marvelous place of human habitation
        It’s quite strange how so many people live in this village upto the twentieth century. The most problem they ( inhabitants) faced according to my thinking is water. Somehow the villagers curved everything out of rock they needed , from church to granaries to stable to daily needs beside their home.
        Written December 29, 2023
      • Wood77
        0 contributions
        4.0 of 5 bubbles
        Excavation of soft rocks over centuries
        You will have to do a lot of hiking uphill to view the rock formations up close in the Goreme Open Air Museum. Some paths are boardwalks and others are dirt trails. These structures were remnants of early Christian dwellings. One of the first structure encountered will be the nunnery. First floor was dining, kitchen, rooms. Second floor was chapel. Third floor was church. Another rock structure housed a church where over time outside walls have collapsed. There were additional structures to explore. The museum cafeteria was by the entrance. Limited food choices and way overpriced. Several other eateries were located just outside the entrance. However they don’t allow retry once you go outside for better and less expensive foods. So plan accordingly if you are hungry.
        Written December 18, 2023
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      malbik
      Bognor Regis, UK147 contributions
      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      Jul 2022 • Couples
      It was my main point to go there but after visiting Uchisar, Goreme disappoined me. 200TRY for enterance is quite expensive, anyway whole Kapadokya is beautiful
      Written August 7, 2022
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      Asria A
      Pleasant Hill, CA67 contributions
      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Very nice historical place to visit, clean and organize with wonderful food and friendly people,weather so nice .We really enjoyed our walk and lunch there.
      Written May 14, 2022
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