Welcome to the Siwa Oasis private 4 days tour from Cairo! This Cairo day tour will take you on a journey of discovery to one of Egypt’s most unique and beautiful destinations. The Siwa Oasis is a tranquil oasis that lies at the heart of Egypt's Western Desert. Surrounded by sand dunes, the oasis is a paradise of tranquil waters, lush vegetation, and traditional Bedouin architecture. During your 4-day tour, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the oasis’ desert environment and traditional Bedouin lifestyles with our Egypt desert safari tours. From jeep and camel safaris to a visit to the beautiful Cleopatra's Spring and the ancient ruins of Aghurmi, this is the perfect opportunity to explore the beauty and mystery of the desert.
To give yourself enough time to tour Siwa before going to night and preparing for the following day, you will depart from Cairo early in the morning to begin your journey to the Siwa oasis.
At 5 am (or later if you choose), your tour guide will pick you up and begin driving to Siwa. You will go through Alexandria to Marsa Matrouh, where you will eat lunch adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea, which is particularly remarkable owing to its astonishing colour variation. It is said that Cleopatra herself dipped her toes in Marsa Matrouh's serene waters.
After that, continue driving to the Siwa oasis, arriving there just before dusk (depends on the traffic).
After supper, you may unwind, take a walk, catch the beginning of a performance, or spend the rest of the evening watching Siwa in the city centre.
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After witnessing an incredibly peaceful sunrise, you'll eat breakfast and get ready for a visit of El Dakroor Mountain before leaving for a safari.
Following that, you embark on a Jeep safari expedition into the desert to escape the stress of daily life. Your safari guides will take you on an expedition through the expansive sand dunes and deep within the expansive sand in a 44 Jeep.
One must observe the extraordinary desert fauna and vegetation. We'll also allow you to go dunking and sandboarding in addition to lots of other entertaining activities! We will offer our skills so that you can make the most of your camera and document the most memorable parts of your journey to the Siwa desert. Sit down for a delectable dessert Bedouin supper adjacent bir wahed with regionally inspired decor.
We'll then travel there. The salt that is taken from the salt lakes in Siwa has therapeutic and stress-relieving properties. The saline in the lakes is said to have natural therapeutic benefits for the skin, sinuses, and eyes, in addition to making it easier to read a book while floating on your back and relaxing your entire body. As a result, Siwa is today predominantly supported by the recreational and medical tourism sectors. The hot and cold springs of Bir Wahed were unintentionally found.
Little more than a few kilometres apart, slowly growing in the middle of the Great Sand Sea. People travel from all over the world to the Oasis only for the purpose of cooling off in the freshwater pool after soaking in the naturally occuring hot springs; it is an inexpensive and all-natural form of therapy.
Go to the Cleopatra Spring, a rocky pool that receives frigid freshwater from a neighbouring spring. so that you can dip into that lovely water to relax and recharge for the day. One of the highlights of your Siwa oasis expedition to the big sand sea will be viewing an amazing desert sunset while ambling around barefoot. Additionally, this spring is flanked by magnificent green palm trees.
When you arrive, savour a barbecue meal, grilled meats, crisp salads, delectable Siwian food, coffee, and dates in a camp designed in the Bedouin manner.
After breakfast, we'll head to your hotel to relax before heading out for lunch. One of the pleasures of your Siwa oasis excursion to the wide sand sea is walking on the dunes in your bare feet while admiring a spectacular desert sunset. When you arrive, savour a barbecue meal, grilled meats, crisp salads, delectable Siwian food, coffee, and dates in a camp designed in the Bedouin manner.
The Mountain of the Dead, also known as (Gabal Elmwata), is a tiny hill at the northernmost part of Siwa Town that is covered in breathtaking wall paintings and honeycombed with rock graves. Gebel al-Mawta, also referred to as the "Mountain of the Dead," is where it is located. Along with the Ptolemaic and Roman eras, the 26th dynasty was responsible for the majority of the tomb construction in this region. The Siwans took sanctuary in these tombs when the Italians assaulted the oasis in World War II.
Next, travel to The Stronghold of Shali, a mud-brick fortification built in the 13th century that once housed the Siwa people. Due to their construction from salt, mud, rock, and plaster, even though some of the historic town's structures are still in use, they deteriorate much more quickly each year.
The Oracle Temple also called the Aghurmi or Amun Ra Temple, will be our next destination. Alexander the Great made his first expedition into Egypt and then went to the Greek-built temple. (Temple of Amun Ra).
We'll go to Fatnas Lake someday. Bicycles and on foot are two ways to get to Birket Siwa's tiny island of Fatnas. In the west, Gebel Bayda and Hamra provide a lovely backdrop, making it a great place to unwind and watch the sun set across the lake. While strolling through the garden, you may see, among other sorts of trees, banana, date, and olive trees. Following that, you will be taken to your lodging.
Before going for Cairo, you're allowed to use Siwa more. It's also a good idea to try some of Siwa's famed dates, olives, jellies, and syrups. Herbs that are therapeutic and stress-relieving, teas, well-known lamps, and items made entirely of salt from the Siwa salt lakes are also on the list.
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The best time to visit Siwa Oasis for tourists is during the cooler months, which are typically late autumn, winter, and early spring. Siwa Oasis is a unique and tranquil destination in Egypt, known for its natural beauty and cultural heritage. Here's a breakdown of the seasons to help you plan your visit:
Late autumn (October to November): This is one of the most pleasant times to visit Siwa. The weather is comfortably warm during the day, with temperatures ranging from the mid-20s to the low 30s Celsius (mid-70s to low 80s Fahrenheit). Nights can be cooler, so bring layers for evening outings.
Winter (December to February): Winter is the peak tourist season in Siwa due to the mild and comfortable weather. Daytime temperatures range from the mid-teens to the low 20s Celsius (high 50s to low 70s Fahrenheit). It's ideal for exploring the oasis and its attractions.
Early Spring (March to April): Spring is another excellent time to visit. Temperatures gradually warm up, with daytime temperatures in the low to mid-20s Celsius (mid-70s Fahrenheit). The oasis is lush with vegetation during this time.
Late Spring and Summer (May to September): Late spring and summer are the hottest months in Siwa, with daytime temperatures often exceeding 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) and sometimes reaching 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) or higher. This period can be uncomfortably hot for outdoor activities, and it's less suitable for tourism.
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