If you came across some Kapadokya photos, then you know that it has one of the most unique landscapes on earth. The landscape is so unique that it might feel like a scenery of Mars, or the Star Wars movie. And in this post I will tell you about the unique experience of how is like to stay in a cave hotel in Kapadokya.
Kapadokya is one of the most beautiful places in this world and for many years it was on my travel bucket list. My first impression of Kapadokya was that it literally looks like a different planet. The region is famous for its peculiar rock formations, valleys filled with fairy chimneys and pigeon houses, towns filled with cave hotels and of course a sunrise sky filled with hot air balloons.
There are two kinds of travelers; one is the luxurious traveler who prefers to lay by the poolside or spend time on the beach, and relax while making the full use of room service. The other one is the more adventurous one who would look to engage himself in any sort of activities such as visiting tourist spots, try out water sports or even go hiking.
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