Kapuzbasi Waterfalls in Aladaglar National Park is among Turkey's most unusual, the seven waterfalls spurt right from a solid rock cliff face. This waterfall is just like a wonder of nature.
Yedigoller, Aladaglar is one of the most important regions of the mountain tourism. More than a hundred lakes and various waterfalls are situated in the national park of Aladaglar covered by first class, long trunk black pine forest named Hacer Forest.
Yedigoller and Kapuzbasi Waterfall can be seen through the region, which is 2.000 m height from the sea level. Many travelers camp around Yedigoller and waterfall whether climbing up Aladaglar takes four hours and down two hours.
Kapuzbasi Waterfall district is a natural area under protection where seven of falls are formed near Kapuzbasi Village, 76 km from Yahyali town of Kayseri city.
Gorgeous waterfall falls from 70 m at some points flow into the Seyhan River joining into Zamanti Stream together with Aladag and Aksu Creek. Visitors are amazed that impressive scene of deafeningly flowing waterfalls. Region allows mountaineering, hunting and fresh water fishing. Yesilkoy Waterfall and Derebag Waterfall 10 km to the region as well.
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