Hot air balloons in the sky over Cappadocia against the backdrop of flowering fields and green slopes in early April form especially picturesque landscapes.
Cappadocia is one of the most popular tourism destinations in Turkey and is one of the most colorful places in the world.
Fantastic valleys, caves, hot air balloons and bright spring flowers make spring in Cappadocia beautiful.
The air temperature in the province of Nevsehir warmed up significantly.
Balloons floating in the sky of Kılıçlar, Zemi and Güllüdere districts against the backdrop of bright flowering trees create a magical atmosphere.
The best time of the year to visit this fabulous corner of Turkey for photography lovers is spring.
Both local and foreign tourists flock here to enjoy unsurpassed landscapes in spring.
Hot air ballooning in Turkish Cappadocia gives tourists an incomparable experience.
This region of Turkey has a unique natural landscape. Cappadocia is, first of all, the valley of Peribajalara (“Magic Fireplaces” or “Fairy Fireplaces”) and remnants in the form of stone pillars of bizarre shapes and outlines.
There were previously active volcanoes on the territory of Cappadocia, the largest of which – Hasan, Erciyes, Medendiz and Gulludag – once threw out ash and lava. Over time, the ash turned into tuff, and the lava into basalt, covering the soft tuff rock with a thin layer. Climate change in the region triggered the work of other natural forces: precipitation, wind and rivers carved their patterns from tufa.
During the tour, tourists get the opportunity to see the natural beauties of the region from a bird’s eye view: the Peribajalara valley and houses and monasteries carved into the rocks.
About 2.5 million local and foreign tourists visit Cappadocia every year, many of whom fly in hot air balloons.
Flights are operated on average 300 days a year. In recent years, these flights have become the main attraction for tourists to Cappadocia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.