Traveling to Fayoum from Cairo? Well, you are in for a treat! Fayoum, located in the Western Desert of Egypt, is one of the must-visit destinations in the country. With its rich history, spectacular sights, and gorgeous landscapes, an overnight tour to Fayoum from Cairo is an experience you will never forget. To make the most out of your trip to Egypt, you have to include an overnight tour of Fayoum in your itinerary. Before you embark on your journey, here are some things you should know.
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The ancient Nile Delta city of Fayoum has been a destination on the bucket list of many travelers. Located just 85 km southwest of Cairo, Fayoum is a perfect destination for Cairo overnight tours packages. This city is known for its stunning oases, ancient sites, and stunning nature. If you are looking for a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of Cairo day tours, a short overnight tour to Fayoum is the perfect way to do it. From the incredible archaeological sites to the lush oases and peaceful lagoons, Fayoum is a relic of a time gone by that you must experience. The best way to explore Fayoum is by taking an overnight tour with our Egypt trips. This tour is perfect for those who want to avoid long and tiring days of driving and exploring. An overnight tour will allow you to explore and experience the best of Fayoum without having to worry about finding lodging or eating out.
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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
Using a 4x4 Jeep, start your desert adventure at Tunis Village, Qarun Lake, or anywhere your tour guide chooses after picking you up from your hotel after breakfast. Travel to the desert's Wadi El Hitan. "Wadi Al Hitan" is this. WADI EL-HITAN, discovered in 1936 and well-known to scientists in the Zeuglodon Valley, is a protected region and a natural heritage site that was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005. It is situated 35 kilometres west of Wadi El-Ryan and immediately into the western desert. It is a site that is abundant in fossils and is regarded as an outdoor museum.It dates back 45 million years and is the location of soft rock fossils such petrified mangrove roots, shark teeth, and prehistoric whale teeth.
Coral and seashell fossils may be found all throughout this area. Visit the Fossil & Climate Change Museum, which has several fossilised mangroves, whale bones, and other prehistoric marine life outside and numerous fossils, skeletons, and other prehistoric marine life within glass exhibits. Afterwards, visit Qusur El Arab, savour your supper, and then return to the Fayoum oasis to see the Madinet Madi shrine. Drive to Cairo on the way back. Visit the Fayoum Pyramids before travelling to your Cairo accommodation.