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  • Deir Al Suriani-Wadi El Natrun
    Western Desert
    The Egyptian Oases The mysteries of the Egyptian western desert are always concentrated in the Oases, the places where you can find water sources, and therefore traces of ancient and modern life.
  • Rock Art-Cave of the Swimmers
    Gilf El Kebir
    A desert plateau in the southwestern corner of Egypt, a pre-historic site, famous for its caves, which reflect the beauty of the natural surroundings and the human lifestyle during the most ancient times.
  • Temple of Hibis
    El Kharga Oasis
    The largest oasis, and the southernmost and closest to the Nile Valley, only 200 km far, very rich in pre-Historic monuments, which were transferred to the Kharga Cultural Museum, that contains artifacts from different Egyptian eras, as well. 
  • El Qasr
    El Dakhla Oasis
    The site is centered around the Islamic city, El Qasr, a typical model of traditional architecture. The name “El Qasr”, The Palace, came from its construction on a high-plateau, as means of fortification.
  • Djara Cave
    El Farafra Oasis
    The surprising changes in the landscape, from the black desert to the white limestone mushroom-shaped formations known as the White Desert.
  • The Black Desert
    El Bahariya Oasis
    This place, specifically is very interesting, as it makes you witness the very early phases of natural history.
  • Gebel El Mawta-Siwa Oasis
    Siwa Oasis
    An oasis, located 560 km west Cairo, very famous for the Oracle Temple of Amun, which was visited by Alexander the Great.