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Cappadocia Balloon Ride and Champagne Breakfast

Highlights
  • A hot-air balloon ride over Cappadocia, with breakfast and Champagne toast
  • Enjoy round-trip hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Get a bird's-eye view of the scenery with informative pilot commentary
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Cappadocia Balloon Ride and Champagne Breakfast
From US$191.31
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1-hour FlightMost Popular
1-hour hot-air balloon flight in Cappadocia
US$191.31
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1.5-hour hot-air balloon flight in Cappadocia
US$286.97
Overview

Rising from the plains of Anatolia, Cappadocia is an ancient, fairytale landscape famous for its honeycombed underground cities and towering, chimney-shaped rocks. Get a bird’s-eye view of the unforgettable scenery from the region’s best vantage point: by hot-air balloon. You’ll also enjoy a breakfast buffet and a post-flight toast of Champagne.

What to Expect

Your Cappadocia tour begins with a front-door pickup at your hotel. Settle back for a scenic and comfortable ride through the Turkish countryside as you head to the hot-air balloon office, where you’ll enjoy a delicious breakfast spread.

From there, you’ll move to the nearby launch field to watch your 100-foot-tall balloon fill with air. Board the basket and feel the balloon lift as the distance between you and the Earth increases. Soon, you’ll have a bird’s-eye view of the incredible lunar landscapes, stone-cut churches, volcanic spires, and multicolored “fairy chimneys” that make up Cappadocia. As you reach the cruising level of 1,000 feet, your pilot will give you information on the unique geological history of the region, which has been inhabited since ancient times. You’ll even spot the old volcano that helped create this otherworldly scenery.

After your ride, you’ll refresh yourself with a celebratory Champagne toast and even receive a silver or gold medal as a souvenir of your flight. You can choose between a 20-person balloon ride, or upgrade to a longer flight with a maximum of 12 people to enjoy a more intimate experience.

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Reviewed 3 days ago
BEST EVER!!! ... Truly memorable

What a breath taking experience.... professional, safe, made us feel totally at ease. I was very impressed with the organisation that they had in place, from our 4.30am pickup to dropping us back at our hotel... TOTALLY awesome. Best in the business!! Geert was our...More

1  Thank Debbie8088
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Next level amazing!

One of the reasons we came to Cappadocia was to do a balloon ride and we could not be happier with our experience. All the staff were friendly and super professional but Geert, our pilot, was next level with a great sense of humor and...More

1  Thank gerryvanderwalt
Reviewed 1 week ago
Up above the world so high!

Breathless... such an amazing experience! This hot air balloon ride is one of my most memorable experiences ever. Soaring up high into the sky to cruising deep into the valley. Viewing the sunrise from up in the sky and the post the ride party -...More

1  Thank Sunil P
Reviewed 1 week ago
Amazing experience

The whole experience was very positive. It impressed me how well organized was everything. Starting from several days before the trip and the very effective and quick communication with the company. Upon confirmation from my side it was arranged a pick up at 05:00 am...More

Thank Temenuzhka P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Highlight of our Trip!

We went for an hour and a half long balloon ride and holy moley was it incredible! The experience alone is worth the money you throw at it, but the service and level of professionalism totally tops it off. From the booking process and communication...More

2  Thank RossJennings
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Syaril M
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Yes you can bring him, have no idea in the cost
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