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Private horse Riding in Cappadocia

Discover Cappadocia, valleys and the nature another way.
An horse riding trekking of 4 hours with a pic-nic in the valleys to enjoy the beauty of the aera.

 

from 145 €

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 Highlights

      • Discover Cappadocia
      • Horse riding session for all level
      • Pic-nic in Valley

Info

Tour Duration : 4H00
Live Guide : English
Departure: Everyday
Pick Up service: from your hotel

Description

Near the mighty Hagia Sophia Basilica and the magnificent Topkapi Palace, Hodjapasha is a delightful piece of the city’s striking cultural mosaic. Transformed from a large 15th-century hamam (Turkish bath), welcomes visitors since 2008 under its high dome ceilings to showcase some of the best of this vast country’s traditions.

The sema ceremony is one of the most important heritage of Turkish Culture as a tradition of 800 years old. This unique traditional ritual had been proclaimed as Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2005.

Avanos is the starting point for our horse riding trekking. Having chosen your horse and prepared & equipped with a saddle and with a net, let’s start your equestrian discovery (in the step, the trot or the gallop for the most rash) to the mountain of Ziyaret. During the ride you will be able to contemplate the red river, the Valley with the fairy’s chimney, the old village of Sahirdir and some vineyards.

This activity of 4 hours with a cavalier English-speaking private guide includes the transfer round trip from the hotel up to the place of the activity in private vehicle, a lunch in the form of picnic and the necessary equipment.

Terms & conditions

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Roundtrip transfers from your hotel
  • Initiation horse riding
  • Trekking in Valley with a professsional rider
  • Pic-nic

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED

  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities

Meeting point

10h in the lobby of the hotel

*all tours to be booked at least 72 hours in advance, subject to availability

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