Photo safari tours started in 17 cultural heritage sites of UNESCO, including Konya, with the project realized by the non-governmental organizations operating in the tourism sector in Turkey.
People who want to see the main elements and photography enthusiasts can join the safari. The first safari was held in Cappadocia on September 22.
All tours will take place outdoors with the participation of 70-80 people. Photos of UNESCO heritages will be taken at the places visited, and these photos will also be taken with the cultural values of the area. It is expected that the perception of photo safari tourism in Turkey will develop further in the coming years.
The cities and elements where the safari will take place, starting from Göreme National Park and Cappadocia on September 22, are as follows:
“Bursa and Cumalıkızık, Safranbolu (Karabük), Xanthos-Letoon (Antalya - Muğla), Mount Nemrut, (Adıyaman - Kahta), Göbeklitepe Archaeological Site (Şanlıurfa), Diyarbakır Castle and Hevsel Gardens, Ani Archaeological Site (Kars), Hattuşa (Boğazköy) – The Capital of Hitit (Çorum), Çatalhöyük Neolithic City (Konya), Bergama Multilayered Cultural Landscape Area (İzmir), Efes (İzmir), Selimiye Mosque and Social Complex (Edirne), Troya Antique City (Çanakkale), Çatalhöyük (Konya), Pamukkale-Hierapolis (Denizli), Afrodisias (Aydın) and İstanbul.”