Cappadocia is a semi-arid region in central Turkey that is most famous for odd rock formations clustered in Monks Valley. Tourists go to explore Bronze Age homes carved into valley walls by cave dwellers and later used as refuges by early Christians. There are many hotels you can stay in including the Uchisar Cave Pansion, which offers hiking, horseback riding, hot air balloon tours as well as bike tours. Other popular choices are Kısmet Cave House in Göreme, known for its colorful rooms, Serinn House, a small cave inn, and Cappadocia Cave Suites with folk and handicraft items as décor. Some of the 33 guest rooms even have a Jacuzzi. The rate is about $100 per night.