- On 10/11/2021
- In Places to visit
- Tags: Cappadocia, instagram, Pamukkale, Turkey
Best Places In Turkey For Instagrammers
Best Places In Turkey For Instagrammers
Turkey is a vast country that also offers unique geographical structures. There are many places in Turkey that do not need an explanation for the followers as there are no other look-alikes. Turkey is quite picturesque with each corner of it but there certainly are more interesting places to shoot among the others. We will have a look at the suggestions for the Instagrammers to make the most of it during their journey. Not only the Instagrammers but also social media platforms such as YouTube and Tiktok also are other alternative platforms to share these fabulous photos and get more interactions and more followers.
Out of argument, Cappadocia, known as the land of the beautiful horses, is the very best place that you must not miss shooting if you are one of the Instagrammers. The region is famous for its authenticity. Nature has converted the territory to an artificial plateau where many movies took place. Breathtaking valleys and labyrinth-shaped underground cities obviously deserve attention for the ones who love photography and sharing. We heavily suggest you take a balloon ride to post the most memorable moments that are spent in Cappadocia to share photos on Instagram. The fairy chimneys will provide a postcard image from your basket during the balloon flight.
Pamukkale is more than very popular for long long years because of the hot springs and the ancient town, Hierapolis, which carries the same name as the Wife of the Pergamon King as it was built to honor her in the Roman time. The springs have turned the soil into something very beautiful that is called the travertines. Travertines are naturally caused by multi-story small pools with calcium-based linings. These pools are open for visits and provide the best scenery for photographers and Instagrammers since photography is invented. Also, the ancient town Hierapolis is one of the best-preserved Roman settlements and looking for visitors to honor Hiera.
Located in southeastern Turkey, a city called Adiyaman, Nemrut is not popular as the other destinations stated in this article, however, we believe that King Antiochus made the workers build the iconic statues to be praised in some way; why not the Instagram followers. The huge statues on the top of the East Taurus Mountains were built to salute the sun during sunrise and sundown.
There are two groups of gorgeous statues. One group faces the sunrise and the others witness the sun going down. Every day, hundreds of tourists experience the ceremonial visit to honor Antiochus. The sources of life in Mesopotamia are the Tigris River and Euphrates River, so the mount and the immortal statues are erected on a hill that looks to these two rivers. People sacrificed their animals to get the blessings of their Gods and ancestors expecting that they will maintain the fertility of Tigris and Euphrates.
The suggested time to take photos is sunrise for Instagrammers however as sunrise time changes on daily basis we will suggest you the time in the process of planning your Turkey holiday.
It will be best to shoot Oludeniz(Ölüdeniz) from above as the landscape will not be quite clear from the ground. To make this possible, there is a very entertaining way that is called paragliding. Agencies organize rides every day with necessary precautions and pilot guides accompany people during their flight. Till landing on the beach, you will find the opportunity to shoot the best of Oludeniz. Best place to take photos and videos for Instagrammers and YouTubers with an aerial view over the Mediterranean Sea and magnificent scene of Fethiye – Oludeniz.
For all the information you seek regarding the destinations stated above, you may get in contact with our consultants. We would be happy to assist you in every way.
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