Marsa Matrouh, the city that evokes cherished childhood memories, is celebrated for its captivating blend of crystal-clear turquoise waters, golden sands, and the gentle caress of the summer breeze​. Beyond its natural beauty, the desert coastal city holds historical significance as it was once a strategic port during ancient times, serving as a gateway for trade and a hub for civilizations that left behind intriguing ruins and remnants of their presence.

3 Nights 4 Days 25 Jul, 25 Jul, 25 Jul, and more Marsa Matrouh
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  • Stay in a Private Accommodation
  • Agiba Beach, Where mountains frame the sea's beauty
  • Secret Beaches
  • Boat Trip around Matrouh's best beaches
  • Dinner at a Bedouin local restaurant
  • Hiking through one of the best landscapes in Egypt
  • Picnic Lunch in Fig farm
  • Fig Picking Experience
  • Caves Beach, Where mountains meet the sea in spectacular harmony
  • Lagouna beach, One of the clearest waters

We will be moving from Cairo on Day 1 at 6 am. The road takes around 6 hours depending on the stops we make along the way​.

Day 1

Welcome To Marsa Matrouh!

Once we arrive at our private accommodation, we will check-in and enjoy a delicious brunch to start our day on a satisfying note. From there, we'll set off on foot to explore a secret beach, immersing ourselves in the breathtaking unexplored coastal landscape. Once at the beach, you can cool off with a relaxing dip in the crystal-clear waters.

As the day unfolds, we'll drive back to our accommodation and enjoy some free time by the pool, witness a breathtaking sunset and freshen up before indulging in a delightful dinner served at our accommodation.

Get ready for a memorable day filled with adventure, relaxation, and connecting with nature in Marsa Matrouh.


Overnight in Matrouh Private Property (Brunch, Dinner) 


  • Hiking through one of the best landscapes in Egypt
  • Swim In Hidden Beach
  • Sunset by the pool
  • Stargaze at the night

*Please note that phone network is unstable during our stay.  



Day 2

A true Coastal Desert Experience

We'll start with an early sunrise and a quick breakfast before heading to the stunning Lagouna Beach, Followed by Agiba beach for a swim and relaxation. Then we will have a picnic in the Fig Garden before joining a fig-picking session, Where we'll learn about the fruit's significance and enjoy traditional Bedouin tea (subject to season).

Then we'll start a 2-hour hike back to our accomodation with a knowledgeable Bedouin guide.

Wear comfortable footwear for the terrain, and expect to encounter captivating rock pools and maybe local shepherds. Afterward, we'll return to our accommodation for rest. 


Overnight in Matrouh Private Property  (Breakfast, Brunch ,Dinner) 


  • Swim in one of the waters at Lagouna Beach
  • Agiba Beach, Where mountains frame the sea's beauty
  • Hiking through one of the best landscapes in Egypt
  • Picnic at the fig garden under the trees
  • Fig Picking

*Please note that girls need to wear modestly during our fig visit.



Day 3

Seaside Explorations and a local experience

We'll wake up early to witness another sunrise, followed by a quick breakfast. Afterward, We'll start our journey by exploring the fascinating Caves and the hidden small bays around the area, then we'll start an exciting Boat trip along the stunning coastline. During the trip, we'll make a stop at a special spot where we can take a refreshing dip and soak in the crystal-clear waters of Marsa Matrouh. Once we've had our fill of relaxation and water fun, In the evening, we'll go to the town to have dinner at one of the well known local restaurants in Marsa Matrouh "Koukou el Araby", in which you can choose to try out a bedouin dish.


Overnight in Matrouh Private Property  (Breakfast) 


  • Explore the Caves beach one of the best beaches
  • Beach games at Caves beach
  • Boat trip around Matrouh best beaches
  • Dinner at the local restaurant Koukou El Araby

*Please note that girls need to wear modestly during our dinner at Koukou El Araby.

*Please note that phone network is unstable during our stay.  

Day 4 


On our final day, we'll begin with a delightful breakfast then we'll enjoy some free time at our accommodation, taking in the serene surroundings and making the most of the facilities, Then we’ll have to checkout and start the way back to Cairo.

We’ll move at 12 pm and arrive back in Cairo at around 7 pm. 




Private Property:

Double Bed Room:

Twin Bed Room:

Gazef Tent:


Bell Tent:

*Please Note that you might be sharing the rooms with someone from the group. 


What is included in the tour

  • Accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All activities and entrance fees as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All transfers in a private air-conditioned vehicle
  • All service charges and taxes

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Meals other than mentioned in above itinerary
  • Beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping
Pickup point
The bus will be waiting in front of the Emirates embassy in Thawra Street. We move at 6 am on Day 1. A second meeting point will be at Emirates gas station next to Dandy Mall around 7 am. Please inform your chaperone on the whatsapp group if you want to be picked up from this second point. View on Map
Important Notes

Some activities/visits are subject to change based on Weather conditions and unexpected Military restrictions. Non-Egyptian residents will incur charges equivalent to the package cost in US dollars, along with an additional fee of $90 for extra permits and ticket expenses.

Adventure Leader

The Adventure Leader's primary role is to ensure your journey flows seamlessly. As your main point of contact throughout the trip, they're dedicated to enhancing your experience. Whether it's offering recommendations on activities or attractions, or facilitating interactions among travelers, they ensure everyone feels connected, although often connections form naturally.

Traveling Solo

Our groups are filled with solo travelers and like-minded individuals who share a passion for adventure and connecting with others. You'll feel right at home exploring with us.


We use private buses, either a Hiace for smaller groups of 10 or a Coaster for larger groups of 19.


In Egypt, the power supply is Type C and F, with a standard voltage of 220V and a frequency of 50Hz.


Phone network is unstable during our trip

Packing List
  • Comfortable Clothing
  • Comfortable Shoes
  • Slippers
  • Bathing Suit
  • Towel
  • Sun Protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses)
  • Insect Repellent
  • Camera / Waterproof GoPro (if available)
  • Power Bank (if available)
  • Speakers (if available)
  • Snacks
  • Sleeping bag and bed sheets (for campers)

Tipping directly supports local communities, benefiting drivers and suppliers. The tourism sector heavily depends on this support. While not obligatory, your tip is a meaningful 'thank you' for their service.

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