Cappadocia, Pamukkale and Ephesus tour

Istanbul , Turkey

Cappadocia, Pamukkale and Ephesus tour

Duration :   5 Days 4 Nights
The Price :   850,00
Max People :    18
Start Location:   Istanbul

Cappadocia, Pamukkale and Ephesus tour

A combined tour of Cappadocia, Pamukkale and Ephesus tour by flight is a popular option for travelers who want to explore multiple highlights of Turkey within a limited timeframe. This tour typically involves flying between the destinations to maximize time efficiency.

Here’s what you can expect from a Cappadocia, Pamukkale and Ephesus tour by flight:

Itinerary: The tour will have a well-planned itinerary that covers the key attractions in each destination. It may include visits to the Göreme Open-Air Museum and other sites in Cappadocia, the travertine terraces and ancient Hierapolis in Pamukkale, and the ancient city of Ephesus with its Roman ruins.

Transportation: The tour will include domestic flights between the destinations to minimize travel time. You’ll be transported to and from the airports, as well as between the attractions within each location. This can be by private vehicle, minibus, or coach, depending on the size of the group.

Tour Guide: A knowledgeable tour guide will accompany the group throughout the tour. They will provide historical and cultural information about the sites you visit, ensuring a deeper understanding of the significance and context of each location.

The guide will offer commentary, answer questions, and assist you throughout the journey.

Accommodation: The tour will typically include accommodation in each destination. Depending on the package, you may stay in comfortable hotels or boutique accommodations that are conveniently located and provide easy access to the attractions. If you wish you can book your own accomodations in The regions.

Hotels Details of this tour

1) Tour Package with Budget Hotels
Cappadocia Cave Hotels: Harman Cave Hotel or similar hotels
Kusadasi Hotels: Istankoy Hotel, Ilayda Hotel or similar hotels

2) Tour Package with Deluxe Hotels
Cappadocia Cave Hotels: Aydınlı Cave Hotel, Sarnic Cave Hotel or similar hotels
Kusadasi Hotels: Ilayda Avantgarde Hotel,

3) Tour Package with High Class Hotels
Cappadocia Cave Hotels: Imperial Cave Suites ( Suite Room) or similar hotels
Kusadasi Hotels: Charisma Deluxe Hotel,

Meals: Most tours include meals as part of the package. This may involve breakfast at the accommodations and either lunch or dinner at local restaurants. You’ll have the opportunity to taste Turkish cuisine and sample regional specialties during your tour.

Entrance Fees: The tour will often include the entrance fees to the main attractions and historical sites in Cappadocia, Pamukkale, and Ephesus. This saves you the hassle of purchasing tickets individually at each location. However, it’s advisable to confirm this with the tour operator to avoid any confusion.

Flight Tickets: The tour package will typically cover the cost of domestic flights between the destinations. These flights offer convenience and time savings, allowing you to explore more in a shorter period.

Duration: The duration of the tour can vary depending on the specific package and the number of days allotted for the tour. It can range from a few days to a week or more, depending on the itinerary and the activities included.

It’s important to choose a reputable tour operator or travel agency that specializes in such combined tours and has a good track record. Be sure to read the itinerary and inclusions carefully to ensure it aligns with your interests and preferences. Additionally, check if there are any optional activities or extensions available that you may be interested in.

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Cappadocia Ephesus and Pamukkale trip

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June 8, 2023

Cappadocia – Ephesus and Pamukkale tour, Highly recommended! Everything was planned top notch and coordinated perfectly. We had so much fun and learned tons of knowlege about Cappadocia, Ephesus and Pamukkale – Thanks to hussain for a wonderful travel experiences.


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May 22, 2023

Everything was well organized.

I moved from Istanbul to Goreme by bus. I made the tours in North and South Cappadocia and I made balloon tour. From Goreme I moved to Pammukale where i did the tour and from Pammukale I moved to Marmaris. Everything was organized by Turkey Tour Line, No problems at all. They are very quick to reply to any questions and everything was super good!


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Places You’ll See :

Cappadocia Turkey

Cappadocia is a unique and captivating region located in central Turkey. It is known for its otherworldly landscapes, ancient cave dwellings, fairy chimneys, and hot air balloon rides. Here are some key points about Cappadocia: Unique Landscapes: Cappadocia is renowned for its surreal landscapes, characterized by towering rock formations known as fairy chimneys. These cone-shaped rock formations were formed over millions of years through volcanic activity and erosion. The region is also famous for its valleys, canyons, and cave dwellings carved into the soft tuff rock. Cave Dwellings and Underground Cities: Cappadocia is home to an extensive network of ancient cave dwellings, some of which date back to the Hittite period (2000-1200 BC). These caves were used as homes, churches, and monasteries by early Christian communities seeking refuge. The underground cities, such as Derinkuyu and Kaymakli, were intricate complexes built underground to provide shelter and protection during times of invasion. Hot Air Balloon Rides: One of the most popular activities in Cappadocia is taking a hot air balloon ride. Floating above the unique landscape at sunrise offers breathtaking panoramic views of the fairy chimneys, valleys, and villages. It is a truly magical and unforgettable experience. Open-Air Museums: Cappadocia is home to several open-air museums where visitors can explore ancient cave churches adorned with stunning frescoes. The Göreme Open-Air Museum is the most famous, featuring rock-cut churches and monastic complexes with well-preserved frescoes depicting biblical scenes. Hiking and Outdoor Activities: Cappadocia offers fantastic opportunities for outdoor activities. The valleys, such as Rose Valley and Pigeon Valley, provide scenic hiking trails where visitors can explore the unique rock formations and witness the natural beauty of the region up close. Other activities include horseback riding, ATV tours, and exploring the underground cities. Turkish Hospitality and Cuisine: Cappadocia is known for its warm Turkish hospitality. The region offers a wide range of accommodation options, including cave hotels that provide a unique experience of staying in a cave dwelling. Turkish cuisine is also a highlight, with traditional dishes like kebabs, gözleme (stuffed flatbread), and Turkish tea. Cappadocia's surreal landscapes, rich history, and unique experiences make it a must-visit destination in Turkey. Whether you're exploring the ancient cave dwellings, taking a hot air balloon ride, or hiking through the valleys, Cappadocia offers a truly unforgettable and magical experience.


Ephesus is an ancient city located in modern-day Turkey, near the town of Selçuk. It was one of the most significant cities of the ancient world, renowned for its architectural wonders and historical importance.

Ephesus Virigin Marry house

Here are some key points about Ephesus: Historical Significance: Ephesus was an important city in ancient Greece and later became a major Roman metropolis. It served as a significant commercial, cultural, and religious center, and was the capital of the Roman province of Asia. The city's rich history spans several centuries, from its foundation around the 10th century BC to its decline and eventual abandonment in the 15th century AD. UNESCO World Heritage Site: The archaeological site of Ephesus is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is considered one of the best-preserved ancient cities in the Mediterranean region and attracts numerous visitors from around the world. Ruins and Landmarks: The ruins of Ephesus showcase the city's grandeur and architectural achievements. The most iconic landmark is the Library of Celsus, a beautifully preserved structure that served as a monumental tomb and a library. The Great Theatre of Ephesus, one of the largest ancient theaters in the world, could accommodate up to 25,000 spectators. Other notable structures include the Temple of Artemis (one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World), the Terrace Houses (luxurious residential complexes), and the Roman Agora. The House of the Virgin Mary: Located near Ephesus, the House of the Virgin Mary is believed to be the final resting place of the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. It is a significant pilgrimage site for Christians and attracts visitors seeking spiritual and religious experiences. Ephesus Museum: In addition to the archaeological site, there is an Ephesus Museum in Selçuk that houses a collection of artifacts discovered in and around Ephesus. The museum provides further insights into the city's history, culture, and daily life during ancient times. Visiting Ephesus: Ephesus is a popular tourist destination, and visitors can explore the archaeological site with the assistance of informative signs or hire a local guide for a more in-depth experience. It is advisable to wear comfortable shoes, as the site covers a large area with uneven terrain. To avoid crowds and the heat, early morning or late afternoon visits are recommended. Ephesus stands as a testament to the architectural brilliance and cultural significance of the ancient world. Its well-preserved ruins offer a glimpse into the past, allowing visitors to marvel at the city's grand structures and imagine life in ancient times.


If you wish to know how to visit Pamukkale in Turkey, Pamukkale tour will be the perfect guide for you. Here we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the water pools of Pamukkale. From Pamukkale’s opening hours to where to stay and eat near Pamukkale. We also explain how to visit Hierapolis and where to travel by bus  from near Pamukkale and Hierapolis.



Day -1 Northern Cappadocia Tour [ L ]


Pick up from hotel early morning and transfer to airport to take a flight to Cappadocia. Catch Flight to Kayseri or Nevsehir  Meet on arrival, pick up at the exit of first gate by driver. (Holding a sign with your name on it.) Transfer you to join the Northern Cappadocia Tour. Visit,

  • Göreme Panoramaic View Point
  • Uchisar Castle Hillside
  • Göreme Open Air Museum
  • Çavuşin Village
  • Avanos Potery Work Shop
  • Paşabağı (Monks Valley)
  • Devrent Valley (Imagination Valley)

After finish the tour we will drop you to Hotel free time and stay overnight in a cave hotel in Cappadocia.


Day -2 Hotair Balloon Tour (Optional)

Morning pick up you from your hotel for Hotair balloon tour

After  celebration your flight we will transfer you back to Hotel for Breakfast

South Cappadocia Tour [ B-L]

09:30 am pick up you from your hotel we will start to visit southern Cappadocia the sights below

After you finish South Cappadocia tour we will transfer you back to your Hotel 

Your own time maybe you may want to have turkish Hammam before your dinner (optional)

Day -3 Cappadocia to Ephesus by Flight [ B ]

After breakfast at the hotel, leasure time to explore Cappadocia on your own till your airport transfer start.

Pick up from your hotel and transfer to airport to take a flight to Izmir. (direct or via Istanbul)

Catch Your Flight to Izmir

Meet on arrival  in Izmir airport, transfer you to hotel in Kusadasi / Selcuk. leasure time and overnight stay in Kusadasi 

Day -4 Ephesus Guided Tour [ B-L ]

08.45 AMPick up from your hotel in Kusadasi

Depart for the full day Ephesus Tour Visiting,

  • Magnesia gate,
  • Agora,
  • The Odeon,
  • Marble Street,
  • Temple of Hadrian,
  • The library of Celcus,
  • the Fountain of Trajan,
  • Curettes street,
  • The Great Amphitheatre
  • Full Lunch
  • The home of Virgin Mary

17:00 PM End of the tour transfer to your hotel. Stay overnight in Kusadasi 

Day -5 Pamukkale Tour [ B-L ]

07.30 AM Pick up from your hotel in Kusadasi

12.00 PM Depart for fully guided Pamukkale tour Visiting,

  • Hierapolis ( Sacred City )
  • Necropolis ( tumulus, sarcophagus and house-shaped tombs )
  • Domitian Gate
  • The Main Street
  • Byzantium Gate
  • Temple of Apollo
  • Plutonium
  • Theatre
  • Travertines
  • Cleopatra’s Pool

17:00 PM End of the tour transfer to your hotel / bus station / Denizli airport

Catch Flight from Denizli to Istanbul 

Arrival istanbul and Tour FINISH

Meet on arrival to Istanbul and transfer you to Your Hotel in Istanbul.

  • Tour FINISH

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this tour private? or regular group tour

This tour is regular small group tour which is much more comfortable then smillars.

Can I change mentioned hotel in each city?

Yes you can change or You can book hoytels yourself no problem. 

Is this tour only english guided?

This tou can be english guided or Spanish guided if you request to change guide language we can do it if possible

What's Included

  • Airport Transfers
  • Domestic Flights on Itinerery
  • Entrance fees
  • Hotels BB
  • Local Taxes
  • Lunch
  • Professional Tourist Guide
  • Transportation

What's Excluded

  • Cleaopatra's pool entrance fees
  • Drinks at lunch
  • Tips

Activities ( Optional)

  • ATV tour
  • Cappadocia Hotair Balloon
  • Dervish Show
  • Horse Ride Cappadocia
  • Turkish Bath Cappadocia


Why Book With Us?

  • We are speaking your language
  • 24/7 support helpline during tour and Travel in Turkey
  • Flexible customisable tour and Activity options