Replete with unique natural sites, most notably the tall, cane shaped rock formation clustered in the Monks Valley, Cappadocia asks for a great deal of exploration. Situated in the Anatolia region in the land of Turkey, the city is an archaeological survey in itself. Its Bronze age homes carved into valley walls by cave dwellers and later used by refuge areas by early Christians, are pre historic marvels in themselves. The 100 mts deep “Ihilara” canyon houses numerous rocks, is considered to be the Unesco world heritage. A city of exceptional natural wonders, the city glitters with “fairy chimneys”. The Hot air balloons, the rocks which look like spectacular pillars and minaret forms, the underground city, the caves add to the glitter and historicity of the city. The Museum of Cappadocia contains more than 30 carvings from rock in the form of churches and chapels, some of which have exemplary frescoes dating back to 9th to 11th century. The highest mountain Mt. Erciyes invites a sublime spectatorship. The topography is shaped by the history of mankind and asks the visitors to unearth and unravel it even today. For a consummate unity with the landscape and historicity, the visitors are strongly recommended to stay in one of the cave hotels in the city. There are also many accommodation options in Urgup, Goreme, Uchisarand Avanostowns. The visitors can find mesmerizing historical greek mansions and cave hotels in Güzelyurt. Kayakapi Premium caves, Cave Suites, Panoramic Cave, Vezir Cave, Argos, Dervish Cave are some of the vest hotels in the city.