Enjoy your breakfast made by the bedouins and the morning tea-mint. After that, we will head to the oasis of Farafra, in Frafra you can enjoy the sulfur water of Bir Setah hot spring, and you will also visit the local artist Badr’s unique mud brick museum. Visit the old town of Al Qasr and drive from Farafa to Dakhla for approximately 3 hours to visit the Roman Temple of Deir El Hagar in the middle of the desert and half-buried by the sand dunes. The temple dates back to the 26th dynasty and was accomplished by the famous Roman Emperors. Visit some of Egypt’s most beautiful rock-cut tombs at the Roman burial ground of El Muzawwaqqa.
After taking your lunch, visit the old Islamic Village of Al Qasr dates back to the 12th century A.D, to see the old houses arranged in very interesting narrow alleys, the old oil press, the old wheat grinder, the old court, the medieval prison as well as an old school and an Ayyubid mosque.
Spend the afternoon relaxing by the pool like a hot spring then visit the lush Dakhla farms uniquely invaded by the golden sand dunes and dominated by the clear blue sky to enjoy the sunset on the Edge of the Great Sand Sea with a tasty Bedouin tea.
Spend the night in Dakhla at Desert lodge hotel atop the cliff viewing the verdant village and embraced by the dunes and the beautiful pink rose mountains that Dakhla Oasis is famous for.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner