You'll kick off your tour with a drive to the Devrent Valley, also known as Imagination Valley, where you'll see the stunning fairy chimneys in their different shapes, rock formations in the shape of animals and even the steel pillar that looks like Jesus Christ holding the Virgin Mary. Your imagination will run wild as you look at all of these fascinating formations. Then, you'll check out some of the other valleys that make Cappadocia so unique. You'll go to Pasabag which is also known as Monks Valley and here you'll see the fairy chimneys with rock caps and even a chapel dedicated to St. Simeon.
Then, you'll head onto Avanos, a village which is famed for its pottery and the Red River. You'll visit a workshop and watch a live pottery demonstration before enjoying a tasty lunch in a local restaurant. Then, it's onto the open-air musuem of Goreme in the center of Cappadocia and a panoramic spot that will offer you a breathtaking view over the region. The last stop of the day will be a Roman Uchisar castle which is one of the largest mass fairy chimneys in the area and has stunning views.