In a contemporary, air-conditioned vehicle, our tour guide picks you up from your hotel in Cairo to begin our journey to Fayoum. When we arrive in Fayoum, our first stop is
A nice site to obtain guides for all of Fayoum is the Kom Aushim Museum. In 1974, the Museum was originally constructed. It features relics dating from the Prehistoric to Roman Epochs as well as a painting of Fayoum.
at the next halt, Karanis (The Lord's Town) is one of the greatest Greco-Roman towns in the Fayoum. Originally settled in the third century B.C. by the mercenaries of Ptolemy the Second's army. Two temples may be found in the city.
Then, we'll go on to Hawara (Arsinoiton polis), which was established during Amenemhet III's construction of the Pyramid Complex in the eleventh Dynasty.
Then, we'll go to Lake Qarun, which was named for the King who was buried there with all of his wealth and treasures. as well as lunch being provided on Qarun Lake.
We will see the Waterfall and the 673-kilometer-long, 42-meter-deep valley known as Wadi El Rayan at the end of the tour.
In 1966, this depression was converted into a water reservoir when it was connected to Qarun Lake via underground pipelines.
We enter the hamlet of Tunis at the end of our journey and tour the ceramic art school.
a night in a hotel in Fayoum