This canyon is not in the core scenic area of Goreme, but it is a good place for hiking. The graceful stones are not so dense, it is very graphic, very comfortable, very suitable for lazy walking, and easy to view.
Divrit Canyon, if you don't say it, it is actually quite easy to miss by driving or cycling. We passed by on a motorcycle, just on the side of the road. The most famous scene is a pinnacle like a camel, and there are many others in pairs like a camel, or umbrella-shaped single pinnacles. In short, they are very special.
It’s not very far from Goreme. You can join the red line tour. This is a must-see attraction. Or it can be reached by car from Goreme in about ten minutes. We rented a scooter and ran a circle along the red line. It was still convenient! There is a famous camel-shaped rock here, because it was here at noon, it was a little bit sun-dried, but there was no good people, just the two of us, casually concave!
There is a small stream in the middle of the canyon, and many churches were carved on the cliffs on both sides. After thousands of years, the churches have become remnants. Walking in the canyon is cool and pleasant, and it is a rare summer spot in Cappadocia, where the summer is hot and dry.
The Devrit Canyon in Goreme is a famous geological landscape in Turkey. Because of being muddy by the wind and sand all the year round, independent groups of strange rocks have formed here. The famous fairy chimney is also among them, and the rocks here are all odd and strange, and the shapes are also ever-changing. It is a very magical natural landscape, you must visit it.
The Devrit Canyon in Goreme is a gathering place for fairy chimneys. Here, due to the special geographical environment, the rocks are weathered, and the stone pillars are shaped like a variety of strange shapes, some like mushrooms, some like chimneys, and some like people, and I have to admire the wonders of nature.