Turkish diversity is a huge asset for people around the globe with a wide range of interests as well as being able to fully benefit from distinct landscapes throughout adrenaline-boosting adventures, where an outstanding picturesque of the beauty of mother nature merges with a touch of history.
Aerial Activities in Turkey
One of the top paragliding spots in the world is in Fethiye. Turkey’s landscape is an effective factor for attracting adventurous tourists, they can try Hang Gliding and taste the sweet flavor of freedom up in the sky. Cappadocia and Pamukkale regions, the best places on earth for hot air balloon rides.
Turkey's photogenic spot, known as Pamukkale or the (Cotton Castle), is a unique geological phenomenon, located in the province of Denizli, as It got its name from appearing to look much like fluffy cotton from a distance.
The area is well known for its numerous mineral-rich thermal pools flowing down the snow-white limestone formations shaped naturally as terraces and cascading pools are not the only attraction in Pamukkale.
The ancient Greco-Roman city of Hierapolis was built on top of the travertine formation, in total about 2,700 meters long, 600m wide, and 160 m high. Known as Hierapolis or the “Holy City” recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988 along with Pamukkale.
Civilizations in Turkey
Throughout Turkish history, religious diversity made a remarkable flourishing culture due to the geographical location. Many civilizations have left their legacy in Turkey leaving behind a historic and cultural landmark.
Delicious Turkish Cuisine
Turkey is famous for its mouth-watering dishes and sweets found in traditional cuisine puts it on top of tourists’ interests. The diversity found in the cuisine is a mixture of Middle Eastern and Asian influences. It is also known for the luscious delights “Baklava” and the heavenly distinguished Turkish coffee “Kahve” alongside Turkish Tea that are presented frequently in the country.