Bahareya Oasis

Bahareya OasisBahariya Oasis (Baharia Oasis) is one of the greatest attractions in Egypt. It is roughly 300 km away from the capital city of Cairo and is situated in the Giza Province. Here, tourists will find an art museum and the major agricultural products including mangoes, dates, guavas and olives.


Dakhla Oasis

Dakhla OasisDakhla Oasis is located to the northwestern part of Kharga and to the southeastern part of Farafra. This oasis comprises 14 settlements and enjoys an approximate population of 70,000 people. Dakhla is probably one of the most splendid oases of Egypt and of course the centre of attraction to the tourists visiting the country.


Siwa Oasis

Siwa oasisWith a population of about 23,000, Siwa, the most inaccessible of all Egypt's oasis until very recently, is also one of the most fascinating, lying some 60 feed below sea level. On the edge of the Great Sand Sea, its rich history includes a visit from Alexander the Great to consult the Oracle of Amun in 331 BC. Archaeologists, such as Liana Souvaltsis and implied that the great military leader was buried here, but no real evidence has come from this.  The King of Persia lead a 50,000 man army to the area to destroy the oracle, but the entire army was lost in the desert.


Kharga Oasis

Kharga oasisEl-Kharga Oasis is around 550 Km away from the Egyptian capital city of Cairo. The major attractions of this place include numerous monuments, the most important of which is the temple of Hebes. It is located around 3 Km north of the Oasis. The temple was devoted to the Triad of Amon, Mut, Thebes and Khonso of the 26th Dynasty.


Farafra Oasis

Farafra OasisFarafra Oasis is probably the smallest oasis situated in the Western part of Egypt. It is basically located in the desert of Libya, between the regions of Bahariya and Dakhla. Since a long time, this place has been entertaining a large number of international tourists, who come here to get a glance of the nearby hot springs at El-Mufid Lake and the Bir Setta.


Fayoum Oasis

Fayoum OasisFayoum is located about 100 KM southwest of Cairo. It is not a true oasis, since it depends on Nile water instead of underground springs or wells. The lush greenery of Fayoum stretches along Lake Qaroun, Egypt’s largest saltwater lake, bordered by semi-nomadic Bedouin settlements and fishing villages. And it has many ancient Egyptian monuments, and also the Whales Valley. Exotic birds thrive here, and cotton, clover, tomatoes, medicinal plants and fruit are all grown in the rich soil of Fayoum.


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