Breakfast is offered in hotels.
At 7:00 am, the hotel is picked up. The Alexander the Great Temple, also known as the Temple of the Oracle, is the first landmark you'll encounter in Siwa today. Alexander the Great is believed to have consulted the Siwan oracle to confirm that he was Zeus' son. The Greek gods travelled through a wide expanse of desert to the Siwa oasis with their entourage. After that, head to the nearby salt lake.proceed to Cleopatra's bath (the spring of the sun). According to myth, Cleopatra once swam here. After that, head to the Amun temple, also known as the Umm Ubaydah temple, which is situated around 200 metres from the Temple of the Oracle. Nectanebo, the 30th Dynasty pharaoh, constructed the temple. Visit Gebel Al Mawta last. at the Abdo Restaurant, (taste the Siwan dish),
then You can have a great time swimming in the salt lake since the water makes you float above it. The Great Sand Sea will then be encountered as you continue to explore the desert. Using a Jeep 4x4, Take a dip in the hot and cold springs. Waheed B. We drink some authentic Bedouin tea as evening falls before setting up tent for the night and having a barbeque meal. If you prefer to stay in a hotel versus a tent, you can still do so. There are excellent eco-lodges in Siwa.