What once was home to an oracle of Amon is now the popular Egyptian retreat of Siwa Oasis. This desert land is hidden away from the chaos of modern life. With trees, dirt lanes, shady groves, and springs, Siwa is the destination for a tranquil and eye-opening adventure.



3 Nights 4 Days 29 Oct
  • Salt Lakes
  • El Arayes Spring
  • Fitnas Island
  • Safari
  • Sand boarding
  • Camping in Tents
  • Shali  Castle
  • Mountain of the dead
  • Alexander Temple
  • Ain Cleopatra



Day 1

Welcome To Siwa

Upon arrival we will have Breakfast then head to check-in at our hotel. Afterwards we start our adventure by visiting the Salt lakes, having the experience of floating on the water in our Egyptian Dead Sea. 

Then we take a swim in Arayes spring before we go for lunch. Right before sunset we will head to Fitnas Island to witness the beauty of the ending the day for us.

 (Breakfast, Lunch ,Dinner)

Day 2

Safari drive

Breakfast will pave the way for a day of exploration on 4x4 Land Cruisers. We’ll  start-off with a refreshing dip in the cold spring then our professional drivers will take us on a thrilling desert Safari. Now we cool of in the soothing hot spring before we continue on our Safari ride. 

 A little before sunset, we embark on a sand boarding adventure to give the day another adrenaline boost.

Afterwards we will head to our camp which is the perfect  way to end the day before retiring to our tents beneath the desert sky.

(Breakfast, Lunch ,Dinner)

Day 3

Discovering The Ancient Oasis

It’s another long day that kicks off right after breakfast. We will go around all these tours, It all starts with a visit to Shali castle. Then it’s off to Gebel al Mawta, or Mountain of the Dead, where plenty of rock tombs and wall paintings will fascinate you.

 Then off to temple of the Oracle of Amun is next on our list, it was built in the 6th century BC and offers panoramic views of the Oasis. Finally, it’s time for Siwa’s most famous Natural spring Ain Cleopatra. 

(Breakfast, Lunch ,Dinner).

Day 4


Following breakfast, we head out to the souq again in case you didn’t get your fill of souvenirs. A fair bit of warning: you’ll be tempted to buy everything you see here. Then, it’s goodbye Siwa, hello Cairo.



What is included in the tour

  • All accommodation
  • All transport and transfers per itinerary 
  • Meals mentioned in the itinerary
  • Moutain Of Dead/Temple of Amun & Iskander/Ain Cleopatra
  • Safari
  • Sandboarding
  • Arayes Spring
  • Salt Lakes
  • Bus from/to Cairo

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Beverages and drinks
  • Tips
  • Personal Spending