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Sunset Horsebackriding tour through the Valleys of Cappadocia

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Join us on a guided Sunset Tour through the Valleys &amp; Fairy Chimneys.<br><br>Our Sunset Tour will take you through two valleys of Cappadocia. We will start our guided tour in Cavusin, ride up Rose and Red Valley, stop in Red Valley. The horses will rest a bit and you can walk take in the scenery.<br><br>Afterwards we will see the sunset on a grass platform and ride back down. After you say goodbye to your horse, we will take you back to your hotel or desired location nearby.<br><br>+++ Please note that we have a weight limit of 90 kilos per guest. This is important to ensure the safety of our guests and our horses. If there are any issues concerning this, please feel free to contact us +++
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Atil U wrote a review Apr 2019
27 contributions4 helpful votes
One of the Best holy sight in Turkey. You can see all details of construction, daily life, nice presentation!
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Date of experience: August 2018
moviegeekjn wrote a review Jul 2017
Phoenix, Arizona1,790 contributions444 helpful votes
I knew a bit about Sufism, but was unaware of the Bektashi Dervish sect. I feel fortunate that we stopped at the fascinating Hacibektas museum on our way to Cappadocia. The exhibits are very informative and illuminating about a sect that truly was "before its time." With a focus on unity, this sect emphasizes equality between men and women and the importance of science. They have constructed the museum to resemble how followers would have lived back in the 13th century when the sect began.
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Date of experience: June 2017
louiseainsley wrote a review Apr 2017
Wantage, United Kingdom44 contributions9 helpful votes
Really interesting - bonus it being free to get in with audio guide in English only 5ytl. Lots of Turkish visitors. A really worthwhile excursion.
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Date of experience: April 2017
akay21 wrote a review Jul 2015
Didim, Turkey2 contributions3 helpful votes
we liked . very good and they neen looked very nice to this place thank you very much to everyone :) bye for now
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Date of experience: December 2014
judythr wrote a review Dec 2012
Whidbey Island276 contributions149 helpful votes
Four of us visited the Museum of Hacibektas after having spent ten days in Istanbul and Konya on a Sufi pilgrimage. Having spent an intimate evening with Bektashi Sufis in Konya, we were quite interested in learning more about their lineage. We were shown a fascinating, older movie clip of a Bektashi sema (men and women). The sema hall had powerful energy and a couple of English translations of Hacibektas' philosphy- "Women and men are equal. If you do not believe this, you are mistaken." The tomb of the saint and the rest of the museum were very moving. One of the highlights of our visit to Cappadoccia and to Turkey.
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Date of experience: December 2012
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