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Bawiti Village in Bahariya Oasis

  • 05 16, 2023

Bawiti Village in Bahariya Oasis

Bahariya Oasis is a group of Egyptian oases located in the Western Desert, 350 km southwest of Alexandria, where it belongs to the Giza Governorate and 370 km from Cairo. Bahariya Oasis consists of many villages, the most prominent of which is Bawiti which is the largest administrative center, and which has a population of 30 thousand people.

Marine oases are one of the most important tourist destinations in the twenty-first century, especially after the amazing archaeological discoveries, and Marine Oases have become a kiss for tourists from all over the world because they are one of the most important archaeological and tourist areas in the Egyptian land, and because they have a rich history and natural development since ancient times, and are specialized With short tourism, safari tourism, wild tourism, service tourism, entertainment, air, transit, and medical treatment, it also has a large number of environmentally friendly hotels.

And the old urban style in the villages of the marine Oases (the villages of the palace and the Bawiti and the old man) is a true reflection of the civilized environment that prevailed at that time. Visitors to the marine Oasis region.
The eyes of a wise well are considered one of the most important warm wells that flow sulfur water that is used in the treatment of many diseases, where the water temperature reaches about 65 degrees Celsius, and there are more than ten wells in different locations such as the Ain El Halfa well in Bawati and some eyes in the village of Qasr And the number of natural eyes in the Oases is about 398 eyes, which makes the future of Oases physical therapy compete strongly with other places in Egypt such as Safaga and Qusair, for many reasons, in the forefront of which are the cheap prices of services provided in marine Oases compared to other places, which represents a component The Egyptians and thus activate domestic tourism, as well as the Oases of the capital, near Cairo.

 

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An oasis is a stretch of fertile land formed in the desert where there is a permanent supply of fresh water. Oases vary in size, from the smallest, covering an area of one hectare around small springs, to those stretching over great distances of rain-fed or irrigated land, and most oases depend on underground water sources.

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