General

Tour Style Private Tour

Departure:Everyday

Day 1
We pick you up from your hotel in Cappadocia at 9:30 am.

We then drive north to Kozakli, a town renowned for its natural spas and thermal water. The hot waters of Kozakli thermal springs are composed of a mixture of many minerals and contain a high level of calcium, sodium, chlorine, sulphur, bicarbonate and hydrocarbon ions. They are said to be efficacious in the treatment of rheumatism, mental and muscular fatigue, respiratory conditions, joint pain, metabolism disorders, skin conditions, eyesight problems and many other disorders.

Apart from the therapeutic benefits of the thermal waters, a little pampering goes a long way to making you feel good! So we will accompany you to your Thermal Spa Hotel where you can enjoy the facilities including inside and outside pools, Turkish baths, saunas and hot tubs; massage services and beauty treatments can also be provided.

You can play a game of billiards and table tennis. The vitamin bar in the spa centre provides refreshing drinks.

Pick up and transfer to your hotel around 17:00.

What is included

What is included

• Pick-up and drop-off service from/to hotel
• Licensed, professional English-speaking guide*
• Lunch
• Admission fees
• Transportation with air-conditioned VIP Vehicles
• Tax and service fees*professional guides fluent in other languages are also available upon request, with surcharge.

What is not included
Not included:
Drinks, tips to guide and driver, personal expenses and optional tours

Highly Recommended in Cappadocia :

  • Hot-Air Balloon Watching Photo Tour by Taxi: 40 Euros per person (no child reduction)
  • Whirling Dervishes Show: 40 Euros per person
  • Turkish Night (traditional folk dances, belly dancers, unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, 3-course meal, transfer to and from your hotel): 60 Euros per person
  • Turkish Baths (Hamam): 40 Euros per person
  • Horseriding: 30 Euros per person (1 hour)
  • ATV / Quad: 30 Euros (1 hour)

Traditional Arts and Crafts in Turkey - Gifts and Souvenirs from Turkey:
Turkey has a rich history of authentic traditional handicrafts. Most famous Turkish items come from Cappadocia and goods were handmade here and transported along the Silk Road to Istanbul and the coastal areas.
Carpets and kilims: Carpets and kilims from Central Anatolia are world-famous. In Cappadocia, carpets are still handmade on authentic looms using natural dyes for the wool. You can see a free demonstration to see these age-old techniques still in use today.
Ceramic and pottery: Cappadocia has been famous since Hittite times for the beautiful and unique pottery and ceramics. Today, the best of the traditional ceramics and tiles on sale in Istanbul and other major cities are made in Avanos, Cappadocia.
Onyx and semi-precious stones: In Turkey, Cappadocia has the onyx mines where the highest quality onyx is found. Local artisans are experts at making items of jewellery  made with precious and semi-precious stones, silver, and 22 and 24 carat gold.
Leather goods: Turkey is one of the world’s leading producers and exporters of leather goods. You can find a wide range of quality leather goods in Uchisar, Cappadocia.
Spices: Istanbul Spice Market, once the largest spice trading venue of the medieval world, with its abundant stalls still featuring piles of edible exotics is a definite highlight for anyone exploring Istanbul.

Hotels, Prices, Booking

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Tour code

CAP16

Private Day Tour Price 1 pax

116 EUR

Private Day Tour Price 2 pax

174 EUR

Private Day Tour Price 3 pax

226 EUR

Private Day Tour Price 4 pax

275 EUR

Private Day Tour Price 5 pax

321 EUR

Private Day Tour Price 6 pax

364 EUR

Private Day Tour Price 7 pax

405 EUR

Private Day Tour Price 8 pax

443 EUR

Private Day Tour Price 9 pax

479 EUR

Private Day Tour Price 10 pax

507 EUR

Booking Form

What is included • Pick-up and drop-off service from/to hotel • Licensed, professional English-speaking guide* • Lunch • Admission fees • Transportation with air-conditioned VIP Vehicles • Tax and service fees *professional guides fluent in other languages are also available upon request, with surcharge. What is not included Not included: Drinks, tips to guide and driver, personal expenses and optional tours Highly Recommended in Cappadocia : Hot-Air Balloon Watching Photo Tour by Taxi: 40 Euros per person (no child reduction) Whirling Dervishes Show: 40 Euros per person Turkish Night (traditional folk dances, belly dancers, unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, 3-course meal, transfer to and from your hotel): 60 Euros per person Turkish Baths (Hamam): 40 Euros per person Horseriding: 30 Euros per person (1 hour) ATV / Quad: 30 Euros (1 hour) Traditional Arts and Crafts in Turkey - Gifts and Souvenirs from Turkey: Turkey has a rich history of authentic traditional handicrafts. Most famous Turkish items come from Cappadocia and goods were handmade here and transported along the Silk Road to Istanbul and the coastal areas. Carpets and kilims: Carpets and kilims from Central Anatolia are world-famous. In Cappadocia, carpets are still handmade on authentic looms using natural dyes for the wool. You can see a free demonstration to see these age-old techniques still in use today. Ceramic and pottery: Cappadocia has been famous since Hittite times for the beautiful and unique pottery and ceramics. Today, the best of the traditional ceramics and tiles on sale in Istanbul and other major cities are made in Avanos, Cappadocia. Onyx and semi-precious stones: In Turkey, Cappadocia has the onyx mines where the highest quality onyx is found. Local artisans are experts at making items of jewellery made with precious and semi-precious stones, silver, and 22 and 24 carat gold. Leather goods: Turkey is one of the world’s leading producers and exporters of leather goods. You can find a wide range of quality leather goods in Uchisar, Cappadocia. Spices: Istanbul Spice Market, once the largest spice trading venue of the medieval world, with its abundant stalls still featuring piles of edible exotics is a definite highlight for anyone exploring Istanbul.