5 Days \ 4 Nights
Pick up from Hotel or Location in Cairo around 7:00 to Bahariya Oasis we will reach about noon. Upon arrival tasty Egyptian lunch before we start our tour. We will start our tour with the oasis’ sites (the Golden Mummies and the tombs of Zed-Amun-ef-ankh and Banentiu in Qasr Salim). Later in the afternoon, we relax in the famous hot and cold springs of Bahariya Oasis. In the evening, we enjoy a spectacular sunset from English Mountain you spend the night in a hotel in Bahariya Oasis.
After breakfast we board our Jeep and head for the Black Desert with its dozens and dozens of small, black-topped hills of volcanic origin. Our next stop of this day is the Crystal Mountain, a ridge made of sparkling quartz crystals. We then continue our journey until we reach the lovely Agabat Valley—known for its scores of rock sugarloaves where we camp for the night.
Get up a little early to enjoy the Magic sunrise, we will start after a camp breakfast at about 7:00 am to the spectacular White Desert National Park. This spectacular place with its blindingly white sculptures that nature has been shaping for hundreds and thousands of years. Jeep will drop us at a pickup point by air-conditioned van Passing by Farafra Oasis and heading to Dakhla Oasis dinner and overnight.
On our fourth day we visit the sights in and around Dakhla Oasis: the Deir al-Hagar, a temple dedicated to the Theban Triad, the picturesque historic center of al-Qasr and the tombs of Qaryat al-MozawaKa. To Kharga Oasis and overnight hotel
The sights in and around Kharga Oasis Necropolis of al-Bagawat, This necropolis is one of the earliest surviving and best-preserved Christian cemeteries in the world with hundreds of mud-brick Christian tombs sitting atop an earlier Egyptian necropolis. The most interesting buildings are the “Chapel of Peace” with figures of the Apostles, the “Chapel of Exodus” featuring paintings of biblical stories of the Old Testament, and the “Chapel of the Grapes” with paintings of grapevines.
the the Temple of Hibis—probably the best preserved temple in the Western Desert the Deir al-Munira, a Roman fortress that used to protected the Darb al-Arbaeen hiding to Luxor
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