Cappadocia’s landscape is hard to describe in physical terms. It’s often been described as a moonscape, so unusual with its conical rock outcrops, called fairy chimneys. It is also home to churches and chapels carved into the rocks, many decorated with extraordinary frescoes, and extensive underground cities, built to protect the early christian inhabitants from invaders. We have posted four tours and four activities for exploring Cappadocia to give you an idea of the possibilities. Several more are available.