Discover Kayseri and its beautiful waterfalls
Kapuzbasi Waterfalls, which are a group of waterfalls in the province of Kayseri, fascinate visitor from all over the world. One of the waterfalls is known as the second highest waterfall in the world.
Kapuzbasi Waterfalls, formed by the melting of snow and glaciers at the summit of Aladaglar, create a magnificent view by flowing from a height of 70 m. The waterfalls in Kapuzbasi village are called Uclu, Elif and Guney Waterfall. Kapuzbasi Waterfalls consist of seven waterfalls in total, 5 large and 2 small, within an area of 500 m2.
Kapuzbasi Waterfalls are among the most important natural wonders of Kayseri. The waterfalls erupt from the slopes of the narrow and deep valley on the east and south of the hill called Ensenin, near the village of Kapuzbasi. 5 of the waterfalls are located to the east of the hill and 2 to the south of the hill.
The waters of the Kapuzbasi Waterfalls merge with the creeks of Aladag and Aksu and join the Zamanti River and then into the Seyhan River.
Kapuzbasi Waterfalls create the perfect atmosphere for visitors to have a nice day accompanied by the relaxing sound of the water.
The waterfalls on the most popular trekking route of Kayseri offer a trekking experience with unique views.
Steep cascades in a mountain landscape with high altitude lakes, forests and snow capped peaks. If you come this area, you will be amazed by the stunning view of the waterfalls.
The area is very suitable for mountaineering, trekking and freshwater fishing.
Kapuzbasi Waterfalls, which are fed by the melting of snow and glaciers at the summit of Aladaglar and whose waters are not interrupted in summer and winter, also offer a visual feast for photographers.
Kapuzbasi Waterfalls are located in Kapuzbasi village, 76 km south of Yahyali district of Kayseri. The waterfalls are 2000 m above sea level.
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