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Cappadocia Discovering on Foot

Tour Code S01

Cappadocia is undeniably a nature fantasy and like almost another planet with its geological formations nearly unique in the world. In this creation of the Nature, the curiosity of the landscapes is added to the historical richness.
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World Heritage Cappadocia & the Taurus Mountains Aladaglar National park

Tour Code S02

  

The Taurus Mountains are the Western branch of the great mountain chain that stretches across all of Asia. The Turkish section of this massive mountain range follows the Southern border of Anatolia and is itself made up of four major sections. Forming part of the central Taurus range, The Aladaglar massif boasts the region’s highest peaks (Demirkazik summit, which stretches to 3.756 m).

 

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Taurus Trek

Tour Code S03

The Taurus Mountains are the Western branch of the great mountain chain that stretches across all of Asia. The Turkish section of this massive mountain range follows the Southern border of Anatolia and is itself made up of four major sections. Forming part of the central Taurus range, The Aladaglar massif boasts the region’s highest peaks (Demirkazik summit, which stretches to 3756 m). The geology of the area is responsible for the interesting rock formations and Waterfalls.
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 Lycian Way East

Tour Code S04

Bathed by the blue waters of the Mediterranean, the Lycian Peninsula is a part of Turkey's Turquoise Coast, a region famous for its wonderfully rugged scenery, friendly people and great archaeological interest. The Lycian Way that follows this coastline was listed in the Sunday Times' 'Top Ten Walks of the World' in 2000. This itinerary combines the very best of this route with a cruise on the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean.
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von Kayakoy nach OludenizLycian Way West

Tour Code: S05

An omnipresent mountain in sublime juxtaposition with the sea; this is, no doubt, the first image you will retain of this voyage on lands that Alexander the Great was the conqueror. The Akdag and Beydaglari massifs are part of the majestic Taurus range. Their slopes are arid in some places, and green in some others and their calcareous rock are reddened by the iron contained in the ground.
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s06-1 Mt. Ararat Expedition

Tour Code S06

Agri Dag, or Ararat as it is known in the west, is at 5.137m. It is the highest mountain in Turkey. It is traditionally considered to be the spot where Noah's ark came to rest after the Great Flood, and numerous expeditions have been mounted in recent years to try to find chunk of it. Ararat is what the ancient Assyrians called the Urartian kingdom, which was centred here as early as the 13th century BC; the word appears to be an elision of "Urartu" meaning 'mountain of mountains'.
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s07-1 Kackar and Ararat Expedition

Tour Code S07

The Kackar Mountains: In the rainy and lush landscapes of North-eastern Turkey, the Kackar Mountains form the Northern section of the Anatolian mountain chain. The Kackar-Kavron summit, at an altitude of 3.932 meters, is the highest point in the range. Extensive glacier and water erosion have given these mountains their craggy, rugged look, and they are known for the complexity and power of the streams and rivers which rush down to the lower altitudes.
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s08-1 Trans Kackar Trek

Tour Code S08

The Kackars rise between the shores of the Black Sea to the North and the Coruh River Valley to the South. On the Northern flank, an immense variety of vegetation flourishes in the rainy climate. Up to 500 meters above sea level, tea plantations and citrus orchards cover the hillsides. Chestnut, hornbeam, beech and other large-leafed trees forest the slopes to 750 meters.
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s09-1 Taurus Mountains and Mt. Ararat Expedition

Tour Code S09

The Taurus Mountains are the Western branch of the great mountain chain that stretches across all of Asia. The Turkish section of this massive mountain range follows the Southern border of Anatolia and is itself made up of four major sections. Forming part of the central Taurus range, The Aladaglar massif boasts the region’s highest peaks (Demirkazik summit, which stretches to 3756 m). The geology of the area is responsible for the interesting rock formations and Waterfalls.
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