This travel information guide will give you exactly what you need to know about the Western Desert before starting your Egypt Tours to the Oases and live the adventure of a lifetime at Siwa Oasis From Cairo! Here, you can experience the thrill of the safari trips in Egypt especially in the White Desert Egypt Tour and see the great White Desert during the recommended Desert Safari Trip to Bahariya Oasis and the White Desert, experience the Great Sand Sea, the Crystal Mountain, and the Black Desert. You will have a professional driver journey you through the sand dunes of the arid desert terrain. Egypt Desert Safari adventure is getting to be most popular as they are an unforgettable part of any Tour of Egypt. Witness the wonderful festivities during our Egypt Christmas Tours 2020 or our one of a kind Egypt Easter Tours 2020. We can provide you with all the information you need to help you look after every detail for your trip at the Oases of Egypt as part of your Egypt Travel PackagesEgypt Day Tours or Cairo Day Tours!

The Private Tour to Siwa Oasis Desert Safari from Cairo for 5 Days and 4 Nights is your best way for relaxation and adventure.

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The Black Desert Egypt | The Black Desert in Egypt

Black Desert

In Egypt, travelers will have the opportunity to visit one of the most unusual sand regions in the world, the Black Desert. It was formed over thousands of years by the volcanic activity that took place in the area. Now, the desert is covered with black stones of hardened lava. In some places, you can see majestic hills covered with black stones. Other parts are large plains with orange to brown terrains.

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The White Desert in Egypt | White Desert Safari Egypt

White Desert Protectorate

Sleeping under the stars (or rather under millions of stars!), In absolute silence, in the heart of a seemingly infinite space provides an unreal sensation. Walking in the sand or stones, crossing a dry oasis, drinking tea to a lost spring in the middle of nowhere, discovering fossils of shells is somewhere else apart from this planet. And for those who like the adventurous atmosphere, all this can be done by 4x4 Jeep vehicle.

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Bahariya Oasis in Egypt | Bahariya Oasis Tour

Bahariya Oasis

Bahariya Oasis is located 330 km southwest of Cairo and 180 km from the Nile Valley, on a natural depression of 2000 km2, in a mountainous site. In ancient times Bahariya was considered a bridge between Egypt and Libya, ruled by a Libyan family under the control of the Pharaohs of the 26th Dynasty.

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El Dakhla Oasis | El Dakhla Oasis in Egypt

El Dakhla Oasis

Tourists visit the Dakhla oasis for a relaxing holiday at the Al Tarfa Lodge spa or enjoy a treatment in the western desert. Summer temperatures can reach 35-45 degrees. Learn more about Dakhla Oasis in Egypt!!

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El Kharga Oasis in Egypt | Kharga Oasis History

Kharga Oasis

The Oasis of Kharga is the largest and most populated oasis of the western desert. It is also the most developed oasis thanks to the efforts of the government to support the modernization of Egypt's Western Desert.

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Temple of Oracle at Siwa Oasis | Temple of Alexander the Great in Siwa

Temple of the Oracle at Siwa Oasis

The importance of the temple comes from being famous after Alexander the Great visited the Temple seeking the answer from God Amun that he is the pharaoh son of Zeus (Amon in ancient Egyptian religion) and he has the power over the whole kingdom of Egypt in the 4th Century B.C.

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How to get to Siwa Oasis | Siwa Oasis Egypt

Siwa Oasis

Trips from Cairo to Siwa Oasis mostly take from 8 to 9 hours driving including 2 or 3 stops. It is recommended to travel from Cairo to Siwa Oasis by a private car (Cairo Top Tours can arrange a tour from Cairo to Siwa Oasis with affordable prices)

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Mountain of the Dead in Siwa Oasis | Gebel Al Mawta Siwa

Mountain of the Dead/Gebel Al Mawta

Mountain of the Dead (Gabal Al-Mawta), located in Siwa Oasis is a Mountain where several tombs were carved on its base, terraces and at the top. Most of them are tombs for Romans and they differ in terms of shape and size, some of them are just small pits on the ground while other tombs are symmetrically carved with recesses and rooms inside.

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Shali Fortress in Siwa Oasis, Egypt

Shali Fortress in Siwa Oasis, Egypt

In the center of Siwa, the ruins of the fortress of Shali of the 13th Century are imposed. Constructed from a material known as kershef, "(a mixture of salt rocks from the salt lakes of the region and clay). was built with the intention of protecting the inhabitants from Bedouin attacks.

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Temple of Um Ubaida | Temple of Amun Ra in Siwa Oasis

Temple of Um Ubaida in Siwa Oasis

Temple of Amon or also known as the Temple of Umm Ubayd constructed during the 30th dynasty, only a wall decorated with bas-reliefs and a gigantic pile of ruins remain. The temple was built by Nectanebo II.

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Great Sand Sea in Egypt | Egypt Western Desert

Great Sand Sea

The Egyptian Great sand sea is parallel to the Calanshio sand sea of ​​Libya, with which it borders to the north. The dunes cover approximately 10% of the total area of ​​the western Egyptian desert.

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Farafra Oasis in Egypt | The Egyptian Western Desert

Farafra Oasis

The abundant rain has created this oasis and as a result, has attracted many people to live and stay there. It was also the connection between the Libyan desert and the Egyptian desert. The Ora de Farafra is considered the transit point between the caravans and is known as the land of conquest because of its remoteness.

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Crystal Mountain in Egypt | Bahariya Oasis Crystal Mountain

Crystal Mountain

"Crystal Mountain". Located within the white desert, 120 km from the Farafra Oasis and 160 km from the Bahariya Oases is one of the rarest mountains in the world, it is a mountain full of different crystal, where there are more than 12 types Crystal, clustered with each other in a huge mountain mass.

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 Valley of the Golden Mummies in Bahariya Oasis

Valley of the Golden Mummies

The Valley of the Golden Mummies is located in the Bahariya oasis, about 420 km from Cairo. This necropolis was established in the period of Greco-Roman domination over the Egyptian territory. The findings found so far, allow us to conclude that it was intended for characters from the middle and upper classes of society.

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Cleopatra Spring in Siwa Oasis | Ain Guba

Cleopatra Spring

One of Siwa's most famous tourist attractions is a stone bath full of natural hot springs, and some claim that it is named Cleopatra Spring after the Egyptian Queen who swam during her visit to Siwa.

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Bir Wahed in Siwa Oasis | Siwa Oasis in Egypt

Bir Wahed

Bir Wahed is an area within the Great Sand Sea of ​​Siwa Oasis, comprised of three famous springs, although only two of them are the most visited. It is located in the desert known as The Great Sand Sea which is a natural landscape 800 km long, located south of the Gilf Kebir plateau and west of Libya.

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Siwan House | Siwa House Museum

The Siwan House

The Siwan house ceilings and doors are made of palm wood, and mud and olive leaves help strengthen the roof against the rain. Most houses have two floors and a rooftop terrace, where they sleep in the summer or sit in the evening for dinners and chats in the open air.

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Tombs of the Nobles in Bahariya Oasis

Tombs of the Nobles in Bahariya Oasis

In the era of ancient times, the city of Aswan was very different, as people in that period used to live in this city, as it is the place where the rulers and kings of Nubia resided. Therefore, this is the reason for the presence of the tombs of the kings and the royal family of Nubia near the "Elephantine Island" which is now called the tombs of the nobles of Aswan.

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Temple of Alexander the Great in Bahariya Oasis

Temple of Alexander the Great in Bahariya Oasis

After Alexander the Great invaded Egypt to expel the Persians and reach the Egyptian border in Sinai 332 BC, his conquest of the country advanced to the bull of Apis who is considered the god of Egyptian mythology in the form of a cow and crowned the king of Egypt in Memphis. Where he took the position of the Egyptian throne.

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Valley of Agabat | Farafra Oasis

Valley of Agabat in Farafra Oasis

The beautiful Agabat valley, which means "hard", is known in Arabic with various forms of pale and strange rocks covered in creamy white sand and that was created as a result of sandstorms in the region.

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Temple of Ain El Muftella, Bahariya Oasis

Temple of Ain El Muftella, Bahariya Oasis

Discover all the information needed during your tours in Egypt, Temple of Ain El Muftella in Bahariya Oasis is one of the most interesting things to do in Egypt while planning one of our Egypt Desert Safari Tours to see the beautiful Oases of Egypt.

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Valley of El Haize in Bahariya Oasis

Valley of El Haize in Bahariya Oasis

Travelers to the white desert can stop for a toilet break in al-Hayz after driving from Bahariya Oasis's central village "bawiti" for one hour to the south direction, maybe they do not mutch restaurants, but there is a small cafe that welcomes visitors to the village.

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Valley of the Whales, Egypt | Wadi Hitan

Wadi Hitan, Valley of the Whales in Egypt

The protected area of ​​Wadi Al-Rayan can only be reached by taxi or private car, starting from Cairo and following the Fayoum Desert Road. Due to the rough road surface in the area after Fayoum, the best means of transport to reach the area is a 4X4 vehicle.

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Gara Cave

Gara Cave

Gara Cave attracts many tourists as it is one of the most important stops on any program for discoverers and adventure seekers. Visited by Egyptians on a daily basis because they appreciate such natural preserved sites.

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Ain Khadra in Farafra

Ain Khadra in Farafra

Where the eye is the center of palm trees and trees planted by the grandparents in the region, and therefore its visitors are always keen on eating dates from them and resting, shaded by their lush trees.

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The Black Mountain in Bahariya Oasis

The Black Mountain in Bahariya Oasis

It was named by this name because of the presence of a layer of black powder covering that desert, as well as the presence of rocks and mountains covered in black and was the result of the erosion of rocks, and there is that desert volcanic black hills and raging, enjoying charming magical views, especially at sunrise and sunset, as well as lunar nights appear That desert as an oil painting of an eco-resort in the desert.

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Dakrour Mountain in Siwa

Dakrour Mountain in Siwa

People from all over the world come to visit Dakrour Mountain in Siwa Oasis to enjoy hot sand baths, which are characterized by their ability to treat joint pain, skin diseases, and many other things during the Siwa Oasis tour from Cairo.

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Sandboarding in Egypt | adrenaline activities in Egypt | Flyboard Egypt

Sandboarding in Egypt

At a distance of 130 km from the Egyptian capital, Cairo, it embraces vast areas of sand dunes, one of the largest natural lakes in Egypt, turning the site into an address for sand skiing in the country.

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Lake Qarun in Egypt

Lake Qarun in Egypt

Lake Qarun is considered one of the largest natural lakes in the governorates of Egypt, with an area of 55 thousand acres. It also bore the name Baron in the ancient Pharaonic times, and its name turned into Lake Qarun in modern times.

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Bawiti Village in Bahariya Oasis

Bawiti Village in Bahariya Oasis

The oasis is defined as a fertile piece of land formed in the desert where there is a permanent supply of fresh water, and oases vary in size; it is small with an area of one hectare around the small springs, including what extends over large distances from rainfed or irrigated lands, and most oases depend on water sources Underground.

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Qasr El Labkha in El Kharga Oasis

Qasr El Labkha in El Kharga Oasis

The New Valley Governorate is famous for many archeological sites in various centers of the province, where these regions represent the history of generations since the first centuries.

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Temple of Dush in Kharga Oasis

The Dush Temple is considered one of the most important archaeological and tourist attractions in the center and city of Paris in the New Valley.

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Temple of Hibis in Kharga Oasis

the name Hibis is the Greek term for the ancient Egyptian word Hebt, which means plow, and the temple was named after the oasis "Hebt" due to the fertility of the land in that area. To him is to realize its importance as a sacred place and a center for the worship of God

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Temple of Nadora in Kharga Oasis

The temple is considered one of the most important temples and fortified points, which used to protect oases from ancient invasions and thieves' attacks on oasis residents.

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ُEl Qasr Village in Bahariya Oasis

The Islamic city of Balat is considered one of the oldest cities with rare Islamic stamps, which date back to the Ottoman era, and it is distinguished by its special archaeological character and distinctive because of its historical and natural ingredients.

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Cemetery of Bagawat in Kharga Oasis

The most important of these tombs is the tomb (exit) whose illustrations tell the story of the departure of the children of Israel from Egypt followed by Pharaoh with his soldiers, followed by the tomb (peace) and pictures of Jacob and the Virgin and the saints Paula and Tekla, and on the other tombs there are colorful inscriptions and Coptic writings telling stories of the history of Christianity in Egypt.

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