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CVB Travel owns 20 OFF Road safari vehicles. The fleet is composed by Toyota’s Land Cruisers and Hiluxes. (however, light weight vehicles fare better in the extremely soft sand found on sand dunes) of Cappadocia.
OFF ROAD Vehicles driven on dunes are equipped with a roll cage in case of an overturn; Similar to auto-racing, experience and skill is required to maneuver the car and prevent accidents. in an everyday-use or pickup, we use to reduce the tire pressure. This is done to gain more traction by increasing the footprint of the tire and, therefore, reducing the downward pressure of the 4wd on the sand as there is a greater surface area (much like a person wearing snowshoes can walk on top of a soft surface without sinking, but a person without them cannot. See ground pressure for more). For example, tires with a recommended pressure of 35 psi would be reduced to approximately 12-14 PSI. A common modification is to fit beadlock rims, which allow tire pressure to be lowered even further, without risking tire and rim separation. it is common to meet with a pack of vehicles and a group leader before proceeding. The group leader then leads the pack through the stunts in single file. The main reason for this technique is to prevent vehicles from losing track of direction and getting lost.
In cappadocia we use Green laning (or two-tracking) is a leisure pursuit, generally suitable for any four-wheel-drive vehicle, even those without modifications or additional equipment. The term green lane refers to the fact that the routes are predominantly along unsurfaced tracks, forest tracks, or older roadways that may have fallen into disuse, or Rock crawling is a category of off-roading. Vehicles used for rock crawling are usually modified with different tires, suspension components that allow greater axle articulation, and changes in the differential gear ratio in order to obtain characteristics suitable for low speed operation for traversing obstacles. It is common for a rock crawler to have a “spotter”, who is an assistant on foot by the vehicle to provide information to the driver about the areas out of sight to the driver.
A Village boutique hotel, with five cave rooms set in the countryside, equipped with every modern feature and safety standard. From Deluxe, Honeymoon, junior and exclusive suite room to family suite room. Akcave is a tuff stone building, that reflects the rural area of “Cappadocia”. Big rock arches intersecting with cave houses and the panoramic terrace, from which you can enjoy a breathtaking panorama overlooking Iltas village and the Cappadocian valley. Akcave rooms are typically old-fashioned in their decor. Traditional furniture, rugs, carpets and Eco-friendly lights are all blended to create a warm and luxurious environment. The bay windowed restaurant offers excellent local and international culinary delicacies. A warm and friendly place to make your stay one to remember.
Welcome to Imperial Cave Hotel, our truly romantic, boutique hotel in the heart of Göreme, Cappadocia. For the discerning traveler who loves the charm, warmth and ambiance of a historic building, Imperial Cave Hotel is the most perfect of Cappadocia hotels to stay in. The friendly personal service makes our hotel accommodation a home away from home. Cappadocia Imperial Cave Hotel is the perfect choice for couples looking for a special place to stay, or travelers wanting somewhere sophisticated, yet homely. The luxurious furniture’s reflects the elegance and comfort of its origins as a Cappadocian house. Spoil yourself in our outstanding cave hotel within strolling distance from the center of Göreme, Cappadocia.
You are to fly to Ankara for vacations or you have being assigned for a business event located in Ankara. You are tired or want to visit some sights!? With CVB Travel Turkey you no more have to worry about. From Ankara our daily Excursion tours are what you need to explore and sight-see important UNESCO Heritage sites. Please contact us for further inquiries.
The Late Hittite Kingdom (1200 BC – 700 BC) called the region of Cappadocia, KATWATNA, meant to be “the Lower Land”. When the Cimmerians ended the Phrygian sovereignty in 676 BC, the Medes came onto the scene (585 BC) and then the Persian Kingdom which divided the Kingdom into semi-autonomous satrapies and provinces. In the ancient Persian language, they called Cappadocia,
“Land of the Good Breed Horses”
Today KAPADOKYA (CAPPADOCIA) is accepted one of the World’s seven wonders, one of those rare regions in the world where the works of man blend unobtrusively into the natural surroundings. Dwellings have been hewn from the rock as far back as 4000 BC. During Byzantine times Chapels and Monasteries were hollowed out of the rock, their ochre-toned frescoes reflecting the hues of surrounding landscape. Even today troglodyte dwellings in rock cones and village houses of volcanic tuff merge harmoniously into the landscape. The area is covered by wonderful valleys where the weather has eroded the stones into peaks, cones and obelisks called “Fairy Chimneys”.
UNESCO World Heritage Site National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia
While conservation plans and protection measures are in place for individual sites, it is recognised by the principal parties responsible for site management that an integrated Regional Plan for the Cappadocia Cultural and Tourism Conservation and Development Area is required to protect the World Heritage values of the property. Adequate financial, political and technical support is also required to secure the management of the property.
A this stage I all ask you to help us to preserve and conserve Cappadocia, by making a short visit to our sites. As you may noticed we need development to be able to protect this unique masterpiece of Land as a World Heritage value for the coming generations.
Thank you, for your consideration.