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“Love valley from above”
Review of Zemi Valley

Zemi Valley
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$45.51*
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ATV Tour in Cappadocia's Valleys
Ranked #10 of 51 things to do in Goreme
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed November 17, 2012

Make sure you save some money and go on a hot air balloon ride. I`ve heard people say they could have done without it,and I`m glad I didn`t listen to them.

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Reviewed November 14, 2012

Wonderful scenery, quiet meandering trails. This valley can be slightly challenging to get down into from the Uchisar-Goreme road. Once you are in, there are lots of trails, few trail marks and no signs. But, hey, it's a valley so there's only two directions to go so you won't get lost. Plan on at least an hour to walk since there are only a few places to get back to the road once in the valley. Take water. The scenery is magical, fascinating and surprising. This was one of our best hikes in Cappadocia.

3  Thank capindc
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Reviewed November 12, 2012

The hike between Uchisar and Goreme is beautiful. It might make you blush, but its amazing to see the natural formations. There aren't really marked paths, so I'd ask for a map and instructions from where you are staying.

1  Thank 47beachbaby47
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Reviewed November 12, 2012

Just take your time while walking to see details and share with someone nearby. Guide will rush you through and get you the sensation that is all about pigeon houses.
It's dusty so go with pants and tennis shoes knowing that they are going to be ugly by the end of your sightseen. If it's raining then it might get slippery, even when dry it is hard to find your grip downward.
There are people with seeds and juice on sale, as well as payed bathrooms. So carry some coins for the last.

2  Thank AlexandreBorges
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Reviewed November 9, 2012

Good spot to do some trecking and watch and enjoy the form of its rocks formations.....I think that the name of valley comes from it......

1  Thank Noelia G
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