The Land of Beautiful Horses
Yes, Cappadocia is truly the “Land of Beautiful Horses”. Here you can combine adventure, history, culture and nature by taking a horse safari in Cappadocia.
A horseback riding safari is the ideal activity to explore this beautiful landscape of Turkey. Horses have held a distinctive place in the history of Cappadocia for thousands of years. The unique landscape around Goreme provides a perfect setting for exploring on a native Anatolian or Arabian horse with a local guide. Cappadocia is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site and boasts some of the world’s most unique and fascinating landscapes full of “fairy chimney” valleys. You will discover the fascinating valleys and fabulous landscape of Cappadocia on horseback during your vacation in Turkey. We offer several different horseback riding tours: hour horse safari, hour horse safari, hour horse safari or a full-day horse safari. Our most popular safaris are 2-hour and 4-hour rides. A full day allows you to see even more of the countryside. The valleys we cover on our daily horseback tours depend on the weather conditions and your riding experience. Most of our rides are in and around the Rose / Red Valley, Sword Valley, Love Valley and White / Honey Valley. These are the most beautiful trails to ride and we can reach many remote locations. Away from the crowds you will marvel at the spectacular vistas and amazing views throughout the entire ride.
1 hour – Horseback Riding in Cappadocia. Ride along the banks of the Kizilirmak river.
2 hour – Cappadocia Horse Safari. Ride up Ziyaret mountain for a beautiful view and visit a refreshing natural spring.
4 hour – Cappadocia Horse Rides. Route 1 : We will ride through Zelve, Pasabagi and the village of Cavusin which is full of caves carved into the rocks. Route 2 : Ride along the river banks of Kizilirmak river to the tiny fishing village of Sarihidir, and go to the Caravanserai at Sarihan which was built in the 13th century.
All-day – Cappadocia Horseback Riding. Ride through beautiful valleys to the ancient towns of Uchisar, Goreme and Cavusin.