At 06:00 in the morning your tour guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel in Cairo and transfer you to Bahariya Oasis about 350 km east east Cairo this journey takes about 4 hours, lunch will be served at local restaurant at Bahariya oasis.
Then continue driving to visit the Black Desert which was an active volcanic area 4 million years ago and the natural hot spring of Valley of El Haize, then drive to see the quartz crystal at Crystal Mountain, and the rocky formations in the Valley of Agabat which is famous of its wonderful huge rock formations.
Continue driving to the White Desert National Park the most well-known desert destination in Egypt – and for a good reason. The quantity of unearthly and beautiful wind-carved rock formations shaped in the form of giant mushrooms or pebbles we start exploring the formations and wind carved Sculptors that resemble both human and animal faces. We explore the formations which they are unequalled in any desert in the world.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Breakfast at the camp site then drive to Farafra oasis to visit Badr’s Museum in al-Farafra
Badr’s Museum in al-Farafra—an interesting combination of house, museum, and studio—exhibits a collection of the oeuvre of Badr Abdel Moghny, a self-taught artist, whose paintings and sculptures capture the life in Farafra Oasis.
Then frive to Djara Cave
Put on the map on Christmas Eve 1873 by the German explorer Gerhard Rohlfs and rediscovered only in 1989 by the German adventurer Carlo Bergmann, the Djara Cave—sometimes also transliterated as Gara Cave, Jara Cave, or Qara Cave—is located next to the Darb Asyut, an old caravan route connecting Farafra and Asyut. The cave is easy to visit as it has a level floor-entry, covered with sand of the desert. Measuring approximately 30 meters (33 yards) in diameter and 8 meters (9 yards) in height, the cave is famous for its neolithic engravings and its chambers full of beautiful stalactites and stalagmites.
Then at the end of the trip camping or hotel room to spend the night