Bahariya oasis in Western Desert

Al-Wahat al-Bahriyah, 'the northern oasis', is situated in a large depression about 360 km southwest of Cairo .in Past when people from Bahariya wished to go to the Nile valley, they often waited until a caravan was passing through, They traveled between the Nile and the oasis in three days.

The valley of the golden Mummies in bahariya oasis

The valley of the Golden Mummies: In 1996, the famous Egyptian archaeologist and the head of the supreme council of antiquities, Mr Zahi Hawas and his team, discovered a magnificent huge necropolis that dates to the Roman era and it is located 6 kilometres to the Southwest of Bawiti

The black desert in Western desert

“The black desert” is located south of the Farafra Oasis in Western Sahara. This name stems from the fact that there is a layer of black powder covering its mountains, highlands, and sand. This powder covers the summits of some mountains and highlands making them look like they are wearing hats.

The valley of Agabat in the white desert

Valley of Agabat is deep within the white desert. You have to be there to feel the out-worldly beauty of the place. Millions of years ago, the place used to be under the sea. Over the years, unique rock formations of limestone, chalk (and maybe sand) developed.

The Crystal Mountain in Western Desert

Crystal Mountain, which is often called the Jewel of the desert is formed by the quartzite crystals and looks amazing in the sun's rays. A few decades ago, that natural feature has been found by accident. Local residents for several years used the minerals to build the road

Bir Sigam hotspring in Bahariya

Bir Sigam is one of the most famous hot springs in Bahariya Oasis, Egypt. In fact, Bir Sigam located Seven kilometres east of Cairo Bahariya oasis road Bahariya oasis located 375 south-west of Cairo in the Western Desert

Bannentiu and Djed Ankh Amun Iuf in Bahariya oasis

Bannentiu and Djed-Ankh-Amun-Iuf (Zed-Amun) The tombs at Qasr Selim (26th Dynasty)In 1938 the Egyptian archaeologist Ahmed Fakhry (1905-1973) discovered four tombs at the ridge of Qarat Qasr Selim. 

Bawiti in Bahariya Oasis

Bawiti is the Capital of Bahariya Oasis, Bawiti lies directly over the more ancient settlement and great antiquities are buried beneath its formations, Most of the Ancient Ruins date back to 26th Dynasty

The temple of Ain El Muftella in Bahariya oasis

The site of Ain el Muftella is located three kilometres west of the Al Qaser at the exit point of the track that links the Bahariya to the Siwa Oasis. This site contains four chapels that were discovered by Ahmed Fakhry.

Djara Cave

Djara cave is rather famous, as it is one of the very few well-decorated caves in Egypt. It is located the middle of the Western Desert, on a limestone plateau, next to an old camel track connecting Farafra and Assiut. The cave is easy to visit, many parts have a level floor.

3 days tour to the white desert and Djara Cave from Cairo

Enjoy 3 days tour to the white desert and Djara Cave from Cairo, Includes one-night camping in the valley of Agabat and one night in the white desert, explore the black desert, Crystal Mountain, and enjoy unspoiled nature! On this unique adventure experience.

Ain Khadra in Farafra Oasis

Ain Khadra is recognized by a single Palm Tree Jutting out from atop of hill of green fronds on a Small knoll. It is the highest point in the Area.The source of the spring is Found around the southern side of the hill within the dense vegetation.

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