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ARAVAN EVI is set in a unique peaceful environment of Ayvali village, located near Urgup, Cappadocia.Boutique hotel caters to the needs of everyone who wants to experience the true traditional village life combined with our famous Turkish hospitality.
Our family of three generations of Yazgan’s, takes special care in attending to the needs of our guests, while making sure their stay is comfortable, authentic, and memorable. We offer a very relaxed alfresco terrace where one can unwind and observe the village life or watch a breathtaking sunset or simply lounge under the stars unspoiled by the city lights. If you feel hungry, we invite you to experience one of our home-cooked lunch or dinners, prepared by my mother with loving care exclusively using the fresh ingredients from our home garden. You can even pick your own veggies and participate in their preparation - a very unusual activity for folks accustomed to city life. And if during your stay you wish to share your experiences with your loved ones, or simply broadcast to the rest of the world, you can rely on our complimentary high speed WI-FI service.
A balloon flight is different from all other flight experiences.
When traveling up to an altitude of 1500 feet you feel peaceful without feeling the movement.
A 'Walking Tour' that takes you to the traditional village life of Cappadocia.
Visiting local homes and villages will impress you in discovering many lesser known valleys.
If you're in the mood for an adventure-filled tour, Cappadocia offers exciting cycling tours in beautiful and diverse scenery.
A great trip to enjoy the most scenic and unforgettable bike experience.
Discover Cappadocia in a different way. You can ride off on horseback through the valleys and the fabulous landscape of Cappadocia.
Horseback riding allows you to cover a great distance on small tracks well away from the traffic and crowds.
Sema is the inspiration of Mevlânâ Celâleddin-i Rumî (1207 - 1273) as well as part of Turkish custom, history, beliefs and culture.
It symbolizes in seven parts the different meanings of a mystic cycle to perfection (Ascension - Mirac).