Valley of the whales and Wadi El Rayan Waterfalls Day Tour

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Valley of the whales and Wadi El Rayan Waterfalls Day Tour

Wadi El Rayan Waterfalls and the Valley of the Whales are two of Egypt's most remarkable natural wonders that you will visit on an enthralling day excursion. Here is a quick rundown of the tour: 

 Embark on a journey to the Valley of the Whales, also known as Wadi Al-Hitan, located in the Western Desert of Egypt. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to an extraordinary collection of fossilized whale skeletons, providing a fascinating glimpse into the evolution of these magnificent creatures. Marvel at the well-preserved fossils and learn about the ancient marine life that once inhabited this area. Next, venture to Wadi El Rayan, a protected area renowned for its stunning waterfalls and picturesque landscapes. Witness the breathtaking sight of water cascading down the cliffs, creating a serene oasis in the desert. Take in the tranquil surroundings, go for a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters, or simply relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.


  • Transfers services.
  • English-speaking tour guide. (other languages are available too).
  • Tickets and admission fees to the sites in Fayoum and to the protectorate of Wadi El Rayan.
  • Your lunch will be served in an Egyptian cuisine local restaurant in Tunis village.
  • A horse carriage ride to the water wheels in Fayoum Oasis.
  • Bottle of water aboard the vehicle on your way to El-Fayoum.
  • Shopping tours in Cairo are provided during our Cairo Day Tours (Upon request).
  • All taxes and service charges are included during Egypt Day Tours.
  • Any extras.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Tipping.

From Luxor, you will catch your domestic flight to Cairo to then head directly with your tour leader to Fayoum in an air-conditioned vehicle. With your tour guide, you will start your tour there with a visit to The Valley of the Whales; the most important site in the world for the demonstration of this stage of evolution. 

Then, we will head to Wadi El Rayan Waterfalls; a natural phenomenon, that is considered to be the largest waterfalls in Egypt. To transfer then to Tunis Village to have a traditional local lunch and learn all about the history of this small village. 

And at the of the day, we will transfer you to Cairo international Airport to catch your flight back to Luxor.

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