The tour starts at about 9:30 am. You will drive to the Devrent Valley, which is also known as Imagination Valley after pick up from the hotel and meet a guide. Stay ready to see beautiful fairy chimneys in various shapes. Some rock formations are animal-like (camel, whales, fish, dolphins etc.). There is also a rock pillar that looks like Jesus Christ's Virgin Mary. Discover much more interesting shapes if you let the imagination run wild. The Devrent Valley has no temples and monasteries in Cappadocia like other valleys. The rare lunar scenery is renowned and remarkable.
Pasabag also named Monks Valley is the next place to visit. You can see here fairy fireplaces, with rock caps two and three. A chapel devoted to Saint Simeon was built in one of them with three faces. Even for Cappadocia these formations are unique in style and are named fairy-chimneys in mushroom. You must travel from Pasabag towards the town of Avanos, renowned for its pottery, the Red River. You will be attending a workshop to watch a live pottery show and then stop for a nice lunch in a local restaurant. You can tour the open-air Museum of Goreme after lunch. It is the centre of Cappadocia, world-renowned for the various rock-cut churches with impressive wall pictures from the 10th century. After the museum, you can see an outline of Cappadocia close to Goreme.
A romanesque Uchisar castle will be the last stop on the trip. Located only 5 km from Goreme, this multi-level castle is one of the region's biggest mass fairy chimneys. The surroundings with Mt Erciyes (highest mountain of the central Anatolia 3917 m) open from the top of Uchisar.
Remember to take with you a camera and wear comfortable shoes.