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Please view the itinerary below:
• Morning drive from Cairo to Bahariya (Lunch on route)
• 4x4 Jeep land cruiser drive to the White Desert
• On our way to the White Desert, there is a visit to El Haiz Village with a chance to swim at the Well over there.
• Visiting Aqabat: Known as the "Rose Desert" or "Wonders", this cluster
of colossal sized wind carved chalk mountains truly is a
• Evening: Watch the sunset whilst sipping soothing Bedouin tea.
• Dinner: Authentic Bedouin camp fire dinner.
• Overnight: Tents are set up directly under the idyllic stars.
• Camp breakfast.
• Ain El Serw: The so-called "magic spring", is a natural spring said to have been in constant use since the time of the Romans.
• Ain Khadra: 12 to 13 meters (38 – 41 feet) deep, this mini oasis is situated in the midst of all the sand.
• White Chalk Formations: A fantastic illustration of what wind
can do, these chalk formations have stood the test of the
• Al Ghelid: Covering a space of about one-tenth the size of a
football field, the ground and white rock that have been
windswept here, form an appearance of lapping waves.
• Lunch: A delicious lunch, to be served at the camp.
• Dinner: A romantic camp fire dinner under the stars.
• Breakfast: At the camp site.
• Black Desert: An uninhabited region of volcano-shaped
mountains, orange-brown sand covered with varying sizes of
black stones and rocks, which give it its dark appearance.
• Crystal Mountain: Despite its name, this site is less of a
mountain and more of a ridge or hill of crystal limestone,
scattered on the formations themselves and across the ground.
• Lunch Boxes to be provided on route.
• Drive back to Cairo