Following breakfast in the morning, you will go to the "Wadi Hitan" Valley of Whales. Because of the vast number of fossils that have been preserved there dating back to some of the oldest forms of whales, it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2005. Find fossils that date back as far as 200 million years, to a time when the desert was submerged in water. The bones and skeletons of whales and sea cows are the most noticeable fossils. Whale fossils have been discovered, including individual bones and whole skeletons. Several incomplete skeletons are currently on display at the park's open area.
After this lovely excursion, proceed a few hundred metres south of Wadi El Rayyan Road to Mudawara Mountain for a visit.
Following breakfast in the morning, you will go to the "Wadi Hitan" Valley of Whales. Since there are a tonne of really ancient fossils there
It has a lovely, layered look and an arresting symmetry, but is more of a rock structure than a real mountain. Then, you'll be taken by car to Karanis, a ruin from the Ptolemaic era. There are several Roman, Coptic, and Early Islamic monuments in that city. After that, we'll transport you back to your Cairo hotel.