Cappadocia Tours



Cappadocia, included in the UNESCO World Natural and Cultural Heritage List in 1985 as the ‘Goreme National Park and Cappadocia,’ is one of the most original examples of harmony between nature and human settlements.

Cappadocia  is home to one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world. With its fascinating geological structures, as well as its settlements carved into the rocks, its churches, pigeonries and its still enigmatic underground cities.

Being a mysterious place of Turkey and with its stunning view of the landscape,in Cappadocia, If you have chance for hot air balloon ride ,you will be fascinated by spectacular view of Cappadocia.

Let yourself experience Turkish culture,traditions and  have a real entertainment with Turkish Night Show.

Visiting underground cities, rock carved churches, monasteries, walking in the valleys, discovering villages carved in the rocks, meeting local people might be among your activities.

Below we have some tours for Cappadocia both in private basis and regular group tours.Up to your wish,we can customize the tours according to your taste. Here we are to plan your trip.

Make your choice for sightseeing tours operated by Aruz Tourism & Travel.


·         That The Goreme Open Air Museum has been a member of UNESCO World Heritage List since 1984 ?

·         That the world largest number of cave churches are in Cappadocia many with frescos in-situ.

·         3 of the greatest fathers of the Christian Church, St. Basil, St. Gregory of Nazianzus, and St. Gregory of Nyssa, were all Cappadocians ?

·         That the most famous Dragon Slayer, St. George was born in Cappadocia and the crusades spreaded his fame to Europe ?

·         That Cappadocia region houses about 30 well-known ancient underground cities that could safely hide 100,000 people in troubled times ?

·         That Explosion of Mt. Hasan in Cappadocia was subject to the first landscape painting in the world as a wall-painting that today can be seen in Anatolian Civilization Museum in Ankara?