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Pitch A Tent Protect the Hasankeyf (JOURNEY TO THE TIGRIS)
Pitch A Tent Protect the Hasankeyf
We dont quit from Hasankeyf and we are here
For everybody come to see Hasankeyf we are organizing billet in Hasankeyf
We are promoting naturel life camp, neolithic cafes, ecological agriculture areas
Will be some activites in field of bicycle tours, nature tours, cultural tours, religious tours, natural sports.We will be your guide as a volunteer for introducing Hasankeyf to you.
Camping Place: Closer to the Historical Hasankeyf Bridge, Riverside of Tigris, opposite of caves in Hasbahçe land. İf you dont have tent it s not problem you can come and stay in our tents we have already some tents for visitors. İf youe in Turkey just take bus or plane to Batman and from Batman there are per hours is going bus from morning till 6 on evening.
İf you would like to participate you should take your tent and come to Hasankeyf.
Put the camping area your tenth and write name of your country, association, group..etc
And you will have tent with your name in Hasankeyf . The people could stay at your tenth and when ever you want to visit Hasankeyf you can come to your tent another tourists, visitors, couchsurfers can stay at your tent. THE TENTS WİLL STAY THERE ALWAYS WHEN EVER YOU WANT YOU CAN COME İF YOU NEED GUİDE THERE WE WİLL BE YOUR GUİDE WİTH PLEASURE FOR FREE JUST SEND A MESSAGE OR GİVE A CALL İT S A FREE ACCOMODATİON
ALSO YOU CAN SUPPORT ONLY WİTH SENDİNG TENT
İf you dont have time or chance for come to Hasankeyf, you can send tent, we will pitch your tent and write your name for you, you can procces the people to your tent.
PROTECT WORLD HERİTAGE SİTE HASANKEYF
DONT LET TO STAY HASANKEYF UNDER THE WATER
İNFORMATİON ABOUT HASANKEYF
Hasankeyf (Kurdish: Heskîf, Greek: Kiphas, Turkish: Hasankeyf, Latin: Cepha, from Syriac: ܚܨܢ ܟܐܦܐ Ḥéṣn Kayfa) is an ancient town and district located along the Tigris River in the Batman Province in southeastern Turkey. It was declared a natural conservation area by Turkey in 1981. Predominantly Armenian and Arab before, a steady and significant Kurdish immigration from surrounding villages in the last 20-30 years - combined with the effects of the Armenian and Assyrian Genocide - has shifted the ethnic balance. Kurdish people form the majority of the city centre today.
Much of the city and its archeological sites are at risk of being flooded with the completion of the Ilisu Dam.
THE TİME İS NOT ONLY THE BETWEEN OF 21-23 WHEN EVER YOU WOULD LOVE TO COME YOU CAN COME.
Please dont hesitate for any question
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