For South Indian diva Raai Laxmi, travelling is like therapy. She feels at peace exploring the wonders that new places and cultures offer. She loves a relaxing beach vacation as much as she enjoys a thriller adventure trip or a soothing journey to nature’s lap. Raai Laxmi who has done some unforgettable roles in all South Indian languages is a popular face in Kerala too. She never forgets to share the pictures and videos from her trip with her fans.
Raai is currently enjoying an exotic vacation in the ancient Turkish city of Cappadocia which is 300 kilometres away from Istanbul city. The early morning view of Cappadocia is sure to enchant your heart. The city is known for its ancient cave houses and lava mountains. Moreover, Cappadocia is one of the most popular destinations in the world for hot air ballooning. Raai’s fans are impressed by the beautiful notes that she posts alongside her pictures and videos. The knowledge and experiences one gain from travelling is unparalleled. So, it is no wonder that Raai Lakshmi sees travelling as therapy.
In the land of wonders
Cappadocia is known for its spectacular landscapes, unusual rock formations and thrilling hot air ballooning. It is a land of many natural and man-made wonders. Its unique and surreal landscape grants a mesmerizing ambience. Tour operators offer amazing packages for hot air ballooning in Cappadocia.
The lava from the volcanic eruptions that happened aeons ago got hardened and has formed into mountains. These mountains have been carved into modern homes, restaurants and shopping centres. Interestingly, archaeologists have been able to unearth evidence of a rich and vibrant Cappadocian culture.
Argiope, Goreme, Ihlara valley, Selem, Guzelyurt, Uchisar, Avanos and Zelve are the main towns in Cappadocia. Meanwhile, the underground cities of Derinkuyu, Kaymakli, Gaziemir and Ozkonak have been noted as the most visited places in the country. Lots of beautiful palaces that have historical and cultural significance could be seen in Argiope, Goreme, Guzelyurt and Uchisar. Besides, the tourists could stay at their famed cave houses too.