Discover more about Egyptian history and about all the most beautiful places in Egypt from the travel information guide of Egypt, which provides our clients with all the details about the beauty and the activities in the Western Desert and the various Oases we organize some of the best trips that you can find on Egypt Tours to the Siwa Oasis From Cairo! Here, you can start an adventure and a lifetime experience during our safari trips in Egypt especially in the White Desert Egypt Tour, and see the vast White Desert during the recommended Desert Safari Trip to Bahariya Oasis and the White Desert, Enjoy Sand-boarding in the Great Sand Sea, or during El Fayum trip from Cairo, the Crystal Mountain, and the Black Desert. You will have a professional driver journey you through the dunes of the arid desert terrain and a tour guide who will be explaining all the details in the historical spots in Siwa. Egypt Desert Safari adventure is getting to be most popular as they are an unforgettable part of any Tours of Egypt. See the wonderful festivities during our Egypt Christmas Tours 2020\2021 or our one of a kind Egypt Easter Tours 2021. We can provide you with all the information you need to help you look after every detail for your trip to the Oases of Egypt as part of your Egypt Travel PackagesEgypt Day Tours, or Cairo Day Tours!

Enjoy our amazing Private Tour to Siwa Oasis Desert Safari from Cairo for 5 Days and 4 Nights is your best way for leisure and adventure.

Explore more options for our Egypt Vacations below:

Egypt welcomes you with its beautiful Nile valley as you will be exploring the Luxor east and west bank tour. and marvelous monuments with Cairo Top Tours which is ready to offer our guests, the best trips in Egypt and Egypt itineraries to discover most of the important things to do in Cairo, Most visitors will make a beeline straight to the most famous sightseeing the Great Pyramid of Khufu, Adventurers, backpackers, and travel bloggers could join one of our Egypt budget tours traversing the Sahara Desert, like Siwa tours from Cairo for instance or preferably the White Desert tours Egypt

You don't have to make a PCR test if you are fully vaccinated now you can enjoy Egypt travel packages and a variety of Egypt day tours starting from all Egyptian cities accompanied by our experienced tour guides in Cairo top tours. Explore all activities of the city that never sleeps when you book one of our Cairo day tours, we will take you to see the only remaining wonder of the seven man made wonders and help you to take the most memorable photos of Giza pyramids, and   you can also see the biggest collection of Egyptian antiques in the Egyptian museum in El Tahrir square. And the biggest collection of royal mummies in the National museum of Egyptian civilization Also, you can have once in a lifetime camping experience in the white desert and Siwa tours to feel like you are camping on the moon., or travel between Luxor and Aswan.on board one of the luxurious Nile cruise tours.

 

The Black Desert Egypt | The Black Desert in Egypt

Black Desert

The Western Sahara's "Black Desert" is located south of the Farafra Oasis. The term comes from the fact that its mountains, hills, and dunes are covered with a layer of black powder. This powder covers the summits of some mountains and highlands, giving them the appearance of wearing hats to show their adorning skills. Other hills and highlands, on the other hand, are completely covered with this powder, which cascades down the sides like black velvet robes.

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The White Desert in Egypt | White Desert Safari Egypt

White Desert

The White Desert, a strange phenomenon in western Egypt, is located in the Bahariya oases to the north of the Farafra oasis and covers an area of more than 3000 square kilometres. It is unique in its kind, and visitors to these western lands frequently feel as if they are visiting another planet, despite the fact that it is only 500 kilometres from Cairo.

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Bahariya Oasis in Egypt | Bahariya Oasis Tour

Bahariya Oasis

The Bahariya oasis is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Egypt, as it combines the enchantment of nature with historical monuments. It was thought to be a lush oasis in the middle of a desert, surrounded by black quartz hills.

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El Dakhla Oasis | El Dakhla Oasis in Egypt

El Dakhla Oasis

Dakhla oasis is considered one of the oases in the Sahara desert, it is located between Farafra oasis and Kharga oasis, and its capital is Mut village, which is an area of green land covered with small trees and there are many plants and trees adjacent to the water springs running in the oases, such as palm trees, and it is characterized by fertile soils, and most of the oasis land is suitable for agriculture.

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El Kharga Oasis in Egypt | Kharga Oasis History

Kharga Oasis

This name carries a lot of precision; Compared to other Egyptian cities, the Kharga Oasis is outside the control of the Nile and refuses to fall into its valley, and refuses to announce that the desert is not always the mother of drought or the refuge of the unknown. The Kharga Oasis is an ideal place for an interesting safari in the 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 Temple of the Oracle at Siwa, known as the temple of Alexander the Great, is a temple located in the desert of Siwa in western Egypt. It was consecrated to Amun. According to legend, its foundation is related to that of the oracle of Dodona, as it says that there were two black doves that departed from the Thebaid with the same mission, one flew to Dodona and the other to Siwa.

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How to get to Siwa Oasis | Siwa Oasis Egypt

Siwa Oasis | Western Desert Oasis of Siwa

Siwa is one of the most unique oases in Egypt, containing Bedouin villages and two salt lakes, Lake Siwan and Lake El-Zeitoun, and is famous for the existence of the Temple of Alexander the Great, also known as the Temple of the Oracle.

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

Mountain of the Dead in Siwa Oasis | Gebel Al Mawta

The cone-shaped Mountain of the Dead contains thousands of rock-cut tombs, whose inscriptions helped to date the oldest tombs in them. According to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, burials continued in these cemeteries until late Roman times.

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Shali Fortress in Siwa Oasis, Egypt

The Old Town of Shali | Shali Fortress in Siwa Oasis

It is the old city and castle in the heart of the Siwa oasis in the Libyan desert in Egypt.it was named Shali in the local Siwan dialect and was built by the Syrians. They used it to defend themselves from other neighboring tribes.

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

Temple of Amun Ra in Siwa Oasis | Um Ubaida Temple

Among the many temples that are innumerable in Egypt, is the Temple of "Amun" or the Temple of Predictions in the Oasis of Siwa or Temple of Om Obeyda , It is one of the most famous monuments of the god Amun, which was built during the XXVI dynasty in the sixth century BC on the plateau of Aghurmi.

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Great Sand Sea in Egypt | Egypt Western Desert

The Great Sand Sea in the Western Desert | Siwa

The Great Sand Sea, is a vast area of sand dunes consisting of three sand seas located in the southwest of the Western Desert. Some scholars say in the interpretation of the phenomena that move their sand like waves of the sea, And also swallows any large object as it is formed by layers of shifting sands on a layer of fine lime and on a large amount of groundwater, and this is the reason for this great movement.

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Farafra Oasis in Egypt | The Egyptian Western Desert

Farafra Oasis | Oases of Egypt

Farafra is a unique oasis, and is the most isolated of the New Valley oases. It is famous for its strong traditions and customs. The oldest part of the village is located at the foot of a hill next to palm groves surrounded by palm trees, nearby are hot sulfur springs and Lake Mufid. The oasis is surrounded by several natural springs and many palm and olive trees.

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Crystal Mountain in Egypt | Bahariya Oasis Crystal Mountain

The Crystal Mountain in Bahariya Oasis

The origin of this crystal mountain is interesting. The hill was opened by chance during work on the road from Farafra to Bahariya and was partly destroyed. The material was installed on the road. Today it is the Crystal Mountain, a popular stop for tourists.

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 Valley of the Golden Mummies in Bahariya Oasis

Valley of the Golden Mummies | Museum of the Golden Mummies

The Valley of the Golden Mummies is the largest cemetery in Egypt dating back to the Greco-Roman era. It revealed about 250 mummies and most of them are aristocracies that lived in the Bahariya Oasis during the Greco-Roman period.

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Cleopatra Spring in Siwa Oasis | Ain Guba

Cleopatra Spring | Ain Juba | Guba Spring in Siwa Oasis

Cleopatra Bath is also called (Eye of the Sun) and its name dates back to the 5th century BC, when the historian (Herodotus) described it by this name. It is one of the natural springs of the Siwa Oasis, and is considered the most famous tourist attraction in Siwa, and it is said that the Egyptian queen (Cleopatra) swam in it during her visit to Siwa.

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Bir Wahed in Siwa Oasis | Siwa Oasis in Egypt

Bir Wahed in Siwa Oasis | Well Number 1 Water Spring

One of Siwa's most favorite excursions is the freshwater lake at Bir Wahed, 15 km from the edge of the Great Sand Sea. Once over the top of a dune, you come to a hot spring, the size of a large Jacuzzi, where sulfurous water bubbles into a pool and runs out to irrigate a garden.

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Siwan House | Siwa House Museum

The Siwan House | Siwa House Museum

Siwan's traditional houses are very economical, as all building materials are obtained from our own gardens or from the salt lakes. The houses are built with karsheef, a stone made from a mixture of clay, salt and fine sand that forms on the shores of the salt lakes. When joined with clay, the karsheef walls become a single solid unit and are quite strong. Roofs and doors are made of palm wood, and mud and olive leaves help strengthen the roof against rain.

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Tombs of the Nobles in Bahariya Oasis

Tombs of the Nobles in Bahariya Oasis | Nobles Tombs Bahariya

Tombs of the nobles, also known as the Dome of the Hawa Tombs, in reference to the tomb of Sheikh "Ali Abu El Hawa", which is located on top of the hill. These tombs pecked the rocks of the hills northwest of Aswan and have direct views of the botanical island and Elephantine Island.

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Temple of Alexander the Great in Bahariya Oasis

Temple of Alexander the Great in Bahariya Oasis

The Temple of Alexander the Great, which is one of the most important temples found in the Bahariya Oasis, is the only one that was dedicated to Alexander. It was specifically dedicated to this Macedonian king, who represents an important period in the history of Egypt, and the temple is located in an area called Ain al-Tabniyeh, 5 km southwest of the city of Qasr in the Bahariya Oasis.

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Valley of Agabat | Farafra Oasis

Valley of Agabat in Farafra Oasis

In the heart of the White Desert in the Farafra Oasis in Egypt lies the "Valley of Agabat or the Obstacles", which geologists believe is very similar to the surface of the Red Planet.

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Temple of Ain El Muftella, Bahariya Oasis

Temple of Ain El Muftella in Bahariya Oasis | Ain Muftalla

This temple was named Ain al-Muftla because of its proximity to a water spring called Ain al-Muftla, located northeast of al-Maqasir, and is one of the most important natural water springs in the Bahariya Oasis.

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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 break at al-Hayz after driving from the central Bahariya Oasis "bawiti" village for an hour southbound, they may not share 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

Valley of the Whales or Wadi Hitan is a fossil area in the northwest of the Wadi El-Rayan Reserve, dating back some 40 million years. These excavations are of fossilized structures of primitive whales, shark teeth, shells, and other marine animals that are considered an open museum. There is also a fossilized short plant inside soft rocks.

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Gara Cave

Gara Cave | Djara Cave Egypt | Gara Cave Safari Egypt

Gara Cave attracts many tourists as it is one of the most important stops in any program for discoverers and adventure seekers. Egyptians visit it daily because they appreciate these preserved natural sites.

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Ain Khadra in Farafra

Ain Khadra in Farafra Oasis

Ain Khadra is one of the oldest Roman springs in the oasis of Farafra, and its people called it "the homeland", and Ain al-Wadi for its presence in a depression, which is the place where the inhabitants of the region lived before moving to The city of Farafra is located today in 1840 AD.

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The Black Mountain in Bahariya Oasis

The Black Mountain in Bahariya Oasis

The "Black Desert" in the Bahariya Oasis is one of the most important natural tourist attractions in Egypt and the world, it is formed by mountains of volcanic rocks scattered like an archipelago of islands.

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Dakrour Mountain in Siwa

Dakrour Mountain in Siwa Oasis | Siwa Festival

Dakrour Mountain is located 3 km southeast of the Siwa Oasis, a mountain known for its healing climatic properties, especially for patients with rheumatism. As it is famous for the healing properties of its hot sand since ancient times, there are two cemeteries, one of which are the six columns cut in earlier times and the Greek era.

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Sandboarding in Egypt | adrenaline activities in Egypt | Flyboard Egypt

Sandboarding in Egypt | Adrenaline Activities in Egypt | Flyboard Egypt

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

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Lake Qarun in Egypt

Lake Qarun in Egypt

"Lake Qarun" ... that enclosed sweet lake in the heart of the Western Desert, linked to the Nile River with the lifeline of the name "Bahr Youssef", which is one of the ancient water channels established by King Amenemhat II in the 19th century BC to supply Lake Qarun with flood water, comes from the city of Dairout in the governorate of Assiut to the lake. C. to supply Lake Qarun with flood water comes from the city of Dairout in the governorate of Assiut to reach the lake.

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Bawiti Village in Bahariya Oasis

Bawiti Village in Bahariya Oasis

The Bahariya Oasis consists of many villages, the most prominent of which is Bawiti, which is the largest administrative center and has a population of 30,000 people.

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Qasr El Labkha in El Kharga Oasis

Qasr El Labkha in El Kharga Oasis

Qasr Al-Labkha area in Kharga Center in New Valley Governorate is one of the most famous hospital areas in the oasis due to the presence of sulfur water that gives energy and activity to the body.

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Temple of Dush in Kharga Oasis

Temple of Dush in Kharga Oasis

The oasis uncovers a large number of archaeological sites, such as the Dush Temple, which is dedicated to Isis and Serapis. The Dush Temple is considered one of the most important archaeological and tourist attractions of Kharga Oasis.

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Temple of Hibis Kharga Oasis

Temple of Hibis in Kharga Oasis

The Temple of Hibis is one of the most important Egyptian temples and tourist attractions in Egypt, specifically in the Governorate of the New Valley, approximately one kilometer north of the city of Kharga. The importance of this temple lies in the fact that it represents the different Pharaonic, Persian, Ptolemaic, and Roman historical ages.

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Temple of Nadora in Kharga Oasis

Temple of Nadora in Kharga Oasis

The Temple of Nadora is considered one of the most important temples and strong places, which used to protect the oases against ancient invasions and robber attacks on the residents of the oases.

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ُEl Qasr Village in Bahariya Oasis

El Qasr Village in Bahariya Oasis

The Islamic Village of Al-Qasr, one of the most important ancient Egyptian cities in the Bahariya oasis, contains houses, markets, gates, and castles that indicate its architectural value and striking antiquities.

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Cemetery of Bagawat in Farafra Oasis

Cemetery of Bagawat in Kharga Oasis

Al-Bagwat, a group of ancient tombs located in the city of Kharga. The word is the pronunciation of the people of the valley for the word "vault" and this is an indication that all the tombs in the cemetery are crowned by domes. Its great significance is that it dates back to the early Christian era when the Copts of Egypt fled their religion for fear of Roman persecution of Christianity and settled in the desert away from the hands of the Roman emperors.

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Ghaliet Ecolodge & Spa in Siwa Oasis

Ghaliet Ecolodge & Spa in Siwa Oasis

Ghaliet means "precious" and Ghaliet Ecolodge & Spa at Siwa Oasis is a haven for people to reconnect with nature and themselves and with its natural spring at its very heart. You can visit more hotels and resorts with Cairo Top Tours!

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International Hot Spring Hotel in Bahariya

International Hot Spring Hotel in Bahariya

The International Hot Spring Hotel is located 2,4 kilometres from English Mountain Main Entrance and offers free private parking, a safe and a tour desk. The house consists of 45 rooms.

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Shali Lodge in Siwa Oasis (Kenooz Shali)

Shali Lodge in Siwa Oasis (Kenooz Shali)

The Shali Lodge is a beautiful hotel in Siwa Oasis nestled between olive and palm trees, which is known as Kenooz by the siwan community as well. It is only a 5-minute walk from the heart of the city.

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Tunis Village in El Fayoum Oasis

Tunis Village in El Fayoum Oasis

The village of Tunis is a little lovely place within the Fayum Oasis and is considered one of the most lovely and naturally occurring places of Egypt. Learn more about the Oasis of Egypt with Cairo Top Tours!

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Temple of Hibis | Hibis Temple

Temple of Hibis | Al Kharga Oasis

The Hibs Temple is one of the most famous and well-known temples in Khargas district, Governorate of the New Valley, since it is the only temple from the Savy Persian period that still stands in the middle of a palm grove about a half-acre north of Kharga.

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Nadora Temple, Kharga Oasis

Nadora Temple, Kharga Oasis

Nadora Temple is a temple dedicated to the goddess Nadora. It is located in the new valley of the Kharga Oasis, to the northeast. In 138 AD, during the reign of the Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius or Hadrian, this temple was built. Other scenes depict musicians playing percussion instruments on the temple, which was primarily constructed as a dedication to god Amon.

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Qattara Depression project

Qattara depression project

One project identified in the Ministry of Electricity and Energy plan as a project examined in the Hydropower Project Implementation Authority (HP) was the Qattara Depression Project, with an installed capacity of 1800 Megawatts. The project was, though, not included in a five-year energy plant project plan from 2002-2003 to the 2005-2006 fiscal year.

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Al-Mazouka tombs in the Dakhla Oasis

Al-Mazouka tombs in Dakhla Oasis

The tombs of Al-Muzouka are a Roman cemetery dating back to the second century AD, as they are distinguished by their colorful paintings and decorated with bright religious inscriptions that combine the Pharaonic and Roman deities.

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Volcano eruption in Egypt | Egypt volcano

Al-Marsous Mountain | Volcano eruption in the Black Desert, Egypt

Al-Marsous Mountain is one of the most well-known mountains in the Black Desert. It's a crater eruption entirely made of volcano jasper. This material  spreads beautifully on the mountain as if it draws the wrinkles of history upon its rocks and gives it the glory and veneration of history.

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