Monday, September 15, 2008

Hot air ballooning in Turkey: A whole new world


How about getting a bird’s eye view of the lunar landscape without the discomfort of wearing spacesuits? Turkey’s inaccessible Cappadocia valleys and narrow canyons are nature’s most dramatic geological formations formed by volcanic explosions, three million years back. And there’s no better way to explore the Cappadocia than on a gentle, free-floating balloon 10,000 feet above sea level. What’s more, at the end of the flight you can head to hotels that are housed within caves, complete with all modernday amenities. Can it get any better than this? The best season to go is during summer. hot-air-balloon-trip-travel

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