Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 1: Cairo
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour will start by the arrival at Cairo airport. Meet & assist by our representative through the formalities and customs. The day will be a full day tour to visit Sakkara, 28 Km southern to Giza, where you will see the Step Pyramid of Zoser. In fact, the pyramid is the first one built in Egypt. And then, we head to Memphis, the first capital of Egypt. Over there you will see the huge statue of King Ramses II lying on the ground losing his arm. Lunch will be at a local restaurant. And then, we continue to Giza to visit the Great Pyramid of Cheops which built by manual labor.
In fact, it is the largest of the three main Pyramids. Moreover, it is the only survivor of the Seven Great Wonders of the Ancient World. And then, we will visit Pyramid of Chephren, which is the best preserved, and the Pyramid of Mycerinus. Nearby see the Sphinx, a marvelous sight carved out of a natural rocky outcrop, the lion’s body stretching 45 m, with its paws 15 m long. Dinner and overnight will be also at the hotel.
Optional Tour: Sound & Light Show at Sphinx Plateau
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 2: Cairo
Breakfast will be also at the hotel. The day will be a full day tour to the world famous Egyptian Museum. In fact, the museum features 100,000 objects covering 4,000 years of ancient Egyptian civilization. The objects also include the treasures of Tutankhamen. Lunch will be also at a local restaurant. And then, we will visit the Citadel of Salah El Din, built between 1176 and 1182 A.D.
The Citadel fortress indeed provides a panoramic view of Cairo from the Moqattam hills. Furthermore, the Citadel complex includes the Alabaster Mosque of Mohammad Ali. Continue to Old Cairo to visit Hanging Church, Ben Ezra Synagogue and have a look at Amr Ibn El Aas Mosque. In fact, the mosque is the first mosque built in Egypt. Continue to Khan El khalili Bazaars which date back to the fourteenth century. Back to the hotel. Dinner and overnight will be also at the hotel.
Gala dinner on a cruising restaurant down the Nile. The cruise sails for 02 hours including belly dancer show. More over the program also includes folklore show, horse dancing show and based on open buffet dinner.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 3: Cairo – Alexandria
Breakfast will be also at the hotel. Drive for about 3 hours to Alexandria city, known as the Pearl of the Mediterranean Sea. The tour will begin by visiting Catacombs at Koum El Shoukkafa. The Catacombs consist of three tires hewn out of the rock at a depth of 100 feet. Then, there will be a short visit to the Pompey’s Pillar. It is a huge granite pillar dating back to 297 AC. Proceed to visit the Roman Amphitheater which built during Ptolemaic times. This era known as the Pan and Roman baths whereas villas and amphitheater built. Today you can see this theater with its marble seating for 700-800 person. Gladiatorial games were once held here later chariot races.
Lunch will be at a local restaurant. Continue to visit Al Mursi Abu Al Abbas mosque. It is the most famous mosque in Alexandria passing by Qaitbay Fort. And then, we will visit Alexandria Library and Nabi Daniel mosque. On the afternoon, you will have an overlooking for the most exquisite beach . It is on the eastern tip of Alexandria, surrounded by and extremely large garden. Garden is unique in its harmonious combination of flowers with wood and trees. This is El Montaza Park, the summer iridescence of ex-royal family of the King Farouk. He was last king of Egypt. The Palace gardens cover an area of some 150 acres of flowers, trees and palms. Dinner and overnight will be at the hotel in Alexandria.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 4: Alexandria – Siwa Oasis
Breakfast will be also at the hotel. Drive to Siwa. In route we will stop at El Alamein area, just 105 KM from Alexandria to visit the El Alamein War Museum, which opened in 1956 as a memorial of El Alamein Battlefield between the British and the Germans in 1942 and El Alamein Cemetery. Continue to Siwa Oasis, heading to the Great Sand Sea. Rest and lunch will be at the Hot spring in Bir Wahed. Dinner and overnight will be in a camp.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 5: Siwa Oasis
Breakfast will be also in the camp. Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 5 will start by visiting Shali Fortress, the old Siwan village and Cleopatra’s Pool. The spring is one of many in the area and located on the path that leads to Amun Temple. It is a stone pool, fed by natural spring water, and probably the best known pool in the area. Lunch will be also during the tour. Continue to visit Jabal Al Mawta (Mountain of Dead), which is a hill side full of tombs which unknown to 19th century explorers. The huge limestone structure developed during the 26th Dynasty and during the Ptolemaic period, and apparently was well known to locals.
During WW II when the battles around Siwa raging, they often hid in the tombs, and for monetary consideration, often sliced sections of the walls off for soldiers as souvenirs, but the Romans also plundered the tombs and often reused them. And then, we will visit Oracle Temple (Aghurmi Temple). This temple probably housed the famous Greek oracle of Jupiter Amun (Darius) and dates to the 26th Dynasty, though there was possibly an earlier temple located on this spot. The temple has a forecourt, a vestibule and a sanctuary. Dinner and overnight will be also in the camp.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari day 6: Siwa Oasis – Bahariya Oasis
Breakfast will be also at the camp. Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 6 will start by driving for about 06 hours to Bahariya Oasis. It is the best starting point for the Black Desert and White Desert. Set in a depression covering over 2000 square kilometer, Bahariya Oasis provided with water by many springs. The most famous of these, a thermal spring with medicinal and restorative properties, comes out in the Bedouin village of Bawiti. Golden Mummies (Valley of the Mummies) which discovered, are the biggest of its kind. Estimates are the four-mile strip of desert holds 5,000 – 10,000 mummies.
When we arrive, we will have a walk around the old village of the oasis, watching the fascinating groves of palms and fruit trees. Lunch will be also during the tour. Continue to visit the Black Mountain which is an ancient plastic flow .The whole area (about 200 Km) filled with these dark basaltic flows. While trekking through the Sahara one encounters these astonishingly beautiful Sand Dunes. You never tire of looking at them. Surprisingly the sand is usually quite compacted and driving on it with an land rover is quite safe. And then we will visit the Mummies Hall which discovered in 1996 and the English House, the highest point of whole oasis. Check in hotel. Dinner and overnight will be at the hotel.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 7: Bahariya Oasis – White Desert
Breakfast will be at the hotel. Today we will visit Bahariya Museum and Ain El Muftella Temple. The Temple of Ain El Muftela once served as the city center of Al Qasr which is today the modern town of Bawiti in the Bahariya Oasis. It most likely built around the time of the 26th Dynasty, though some sections of the temple may date from earlier in the New Kingdom. The temple probably added by both the Greeks, and later the Romans. Continue to visit Tomb of Bannentiu. The name of Bannentiu, literally means “the soul of those who have not”.
Bannentiu was probably either a trader or wealthy land owner, judging by his elaborate and large tomb. Proceed to visit Alexander The Great Temple. The temple has the distinction of being the Macedonian ruler’s only known temple in Egypt. Moreover, the temple built during Alexander’s lifetime and dedicated to Amun and Horus. We will have a nice chance to take a shower in Bir Sigam Hot Spring. Then we will depart by 4×4 jeep to White Desert. In route we will stop at the Black and Crystal Mountains. Lunch will be at El Heiz Oasis. Dinner and overnight will be on a camp in the white desert.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 8: White Desert – Farafra Oasis
Breakfast will be at the hotel. Drive to Farafra Oasis. The little Oasis of Farafra lies in latitude 27° north and longitude 28° east. Unlike the other Egyptian oases, it is not in a depression but on an apparently endless plain, surrounded by a sea of light colored limestone rocks. The 1,000 or so inhabitants live by cultivating dates, olives and citrus fruits. Although Farafra was frequented by nomadic tribes as early as the Paleolithic period and was settled in Early Dynastic times, developing into a place of some importance as a staging point between Bahriya and Dakhla, it has practically no ancient remains.
The chief place, and indeed the only regular settlement, is Qasr Al Farafra, with old town walls and picturesque winding lanes. When we arrive Farafra Oasis we will visit Badr Museum and Qasr Al Farfra. And then we will visit Djara Cave, a normal result of the dry Desert climate over millions of years of formation. Djara Cave is unlike any other in the region, and presents its viewers with a fairy-tale like atmosphere of staggering depth and proportions. Lunch will be during the tour. Then we will drive with jeeps into the desert to visit Aghabat Mountain (Akabat). There will be a chance to take a bath in Bir Setta Hot Spring. The dinner including the Bedouin show will be served at a camp in desert. Overnight will be in the camp.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 9: Farafra Oasis – Dakhla Oasis
Breakfast will be in the camp. Drive to Dakhla Oasis, lies furthest off the main settlements of Egypt. Unlike many other oases, it is situated above sea level, as high as 122 meters. Still it is fed by more than 520 springs and ponds. 75,000 people live in 14 different settlements, each strong local identities and customs. Only Mut and Al Qasr qualifies as towns. Before the road came here, Dakhla must have felt like a planet of its own, where only few inhabitants ever came as far as to the neighboring oases Kharga and Farafra. When we arrive Dakhla Oasis, we will visit Al Qasr and Deir El Hagar Temple, (Monastery of stone).
This temple erected during the reign of the Emperor Nero (54-67 AD), and decorated during the time of Vespasian (69-79 AD), Titus (79-81 AD) and Domitian (81-96 AD), who decorated he monumental gateway. Other Roman rulers made small contributions to the decorations, with the latest inscriptions dating to the 3rd century AD. The temple mainly dedicated to the Theban triad, consisting of Amun-Re, Mut and Khonsu, though Seth, who was the principle god of the Oasis, was also honored here. Here, Seth is depicted with a falcon head and a blue anthropomorphic body. Lunch will be during the tour. Then we will start a Camel ride tour for about two hours till we reach the place which we will spend the night in. Dinner and overnight will be into the desert at a camp including a special Bedouin show.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 10: Dakhla Oasis – Kharga Oasis
Breakfast will be at the same place we spent the night in. Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 5 will be starting by driving to the camp for taking a shower before driving to Kharga Oasis. In route to Kharga we will stop to visit Qasr Al Dush Temple. The temple probably erected under the reign of Domitian, enlarged by Trajan, who added a courtyard, and then partly decorated and further enlarged by the Emperor Hadrian during the 1st to 2nd centuries AD. Continue to visit Bagawat Necropolis, a reminder of one of the most central battles of early Christianity, the dispute over the nature of Jesus.
And then we will visit Qasr El Ghueita, built between 250 and 80 BCE. It dedicated to the Theban triad Amon, Mut and Khonsu. Proceed to visit Hibis Temple. This temple, named after the town that once existed here, is unique for Egypt in one respect. It is by far the largest and finest of temples from Egypt’s 200 years under Persian rulers. It was King Darius 1 of the 6th century BCE who ordered it built, and dedicated to Amon. The temple was adorned by rulers over the following centuries, but the original style was always respected. Check in at the hotel. Dinner and overnight will be at the hotel.
Egypt adventure safari tour day 11: Kharga Oasis – Luxor
Breakfast will be at the hotel. Today we will have a chance to visit Kharga Museum, one of the latest in the Egyptian Ministry of Culture’s regional museums plan. Built from local bricks to echo the style of early Christian architecture seen at Bagawat, the museum houses artifacts ranging from the Egyptian Prehistoric Period right through to the Islamic Era. Lunch will be at a local restaurant before driving to Luxor. Arrive Luxor. Check in at the hotel. Dinner and overnight will be at the hotel in Luxor.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 12: Luxor
Breakfast will be at the hotel. Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 5 will be starting by crossing to the West Bank of the Nile to visit the Valley of the Kings, with its many tombs chiseled deep into the cliff-side. From the 18th to the 20th Dynasty, the Memphis area and pyramid-style tombs abandoned in favor of the West Bank of the Nile in Thebes. Several great leaders as well as many less important rulers buried here, and more tombs discovered even today, the most famous is where Howard Carter discovered the treasures of Tutankhamun in 1922.
Continue to the Valley of the Queens to visit the funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir El Bahari. The design of the temple is set at the head of the valley overshadowed by the peak of the Thebes. Our last stop will be at the Colossi of Memnon, built by Amenhotep III (18 Dynasty) as a mortuary temple in Thebes guarded by two gigantic statues of Amenhotep. Now what remains are the 23 meter high, one thousand ton statues of Amenhotep III. Although damaged by nature and ancient tourists, the statues are still impressive. Lunch will be during the tour at a local restaurant. Dinner and overnight will be at the hotel.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 13: Luxor – Hurghada
Breakfast will be at the hotel. Today will visit the Karnak Temple the largest temple built by man, and represents the combine achievement of many generations of ancient builders. Lunch will be during the tour at a local restaurant. Proceed to visit Luxor Temple, built by two Pharaohs, Amenhotep III and Ramses ll. Drive for about 03 hours to Hurghada. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel. Dinner and overnight will be at the hotel
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 14: Hurghada – Cairo
Breakfast will be at the hotel. The time will be at leisure in Hurghada, which was a simple fishing village once, and now became Egypt’s best tourists spot with crystal clear waters and pristine reefs or you maybe choose one from our optional tours such as Diving, Sea trip, Snorkeling, Glass Bottom Boat, 1001 Night Show, Banana Boat Ride. On the evening there will be a transfer to Hurghada airport for departure to Cairo. Upon arrival Cairo airport, meet & assist and transfer to the hotel. Dinner and overnight will be at the hotel.
Egypt Adventure Oases Safari tour day 15: Cairo – Your destination
Breakfast will be at the hotel. Transfer to Cairo airport for the departure to your destination.
- Meet & assist at Cairo airport
- 3 nights accommodation at 4 stars hotel in Cairo on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- 1 night accommodation at 4 stars hotel in Alexandria on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- 1 night accommodation at 3 stars hotel in Bahariya oasis on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- 2 nights accommodation at camp in Siwa Oasis on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- 1 night accommodation at camp in White Desert on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- One night accommodation at camp in Farafra Oasis on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- 1 night accommodation at camp in Dakhla Oasis on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- One night accommodation at 4 stars hotel in Kharga Oasis on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- 2 nights accommodation at 4 stars hotel in Luxor on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- 1 night accommodation at 4 stars hotel in Hurghada on half board basis (breakfast and dinner).
- Sightseeing as per as the above mentioned itinerary.
- All transportation by private air conditioned coach.
- All entrance fees of the above mentioned sites.
- Private guide speaks your language.
- Lunches during tours in Cairo, Alexandria, Bahariya, Siwa, Dakhla, Kharga, Farafra, Luxor, Hurghada and White Desert at local restaurant.
- Fully escorted by our representative.
- Entry visa at Cairo airport if is required. Rate is 25 USD per person.
- Any personal expenses.
- Drinks during the meals.
- All tours are private. We don’t handle Seat-In-Coach tours.
- Our guides speak most of languages.
- Vegetarian foods are available.
- Tour can be amended to match up with your requirements.
- For 5 stars hotel quotation, please contact us or fill in the right-side form.