Shali Siwa

The city or oasis of Siwa, located in Western Sahara, is located 300 km from the Mediterranean Sea and administratively follows the Morsi Matrouh governorate, which is located in the southwest of the Morsi Matrouh governorate. The Siwa oasis is known for its wells and eyes, which are used for irrigation or bottling natural drinking water and other known therapeutic purposes.

Trip 4 days/3 nights
Transfer Inclusive
Individuals in double or triple room 2650 EGP
Single Room 4500 EGP

Price includes: –
_ visit to Lake Salt and Ain Cleopatra
_ Visit Siwa Landmarks (Mount of the Dead – Temple of the Coronation of Alexander the Great – Museum of the Sioux House – Ancient Shale Castle of Siwa – Visit to Salt Lakes – Sea Trip Island Houses with Compound)
To add the safari flight 450EGP

The city of Siwa contains 4 major lakes and contains a large number of archaeological areas such as the Temple of Amon, which is famous for the phenomenon of sunlight occurring twice a year, as well as its spring moderation. It also contains a number of nature reserves of up to 7800 kilometres and contains a large number of rare animals and plants, where the oasis contains a population of up to 35 thousand people. The Siwa oasis is characterized by its distinct desert hot climate or so-called continental climate, where the climate in summer is very hot. In winter, it is rather warm by a very cold day at night.
The most popular tourist venues in Siwa Oasis
Siwa City has a huge number of tourist places, nature reserves, wells and eyes. We now show you some of the most popular tourist places you can visit in Siwa Oasis:
Siwa Lakes
Siwa contains four main lakes, Kalati: Olive Lake, which is based in East Siwa and has an area of 5760 acres, Lake Contemporary, also known as Agurmi, which is located in the northeast of Siwa Oasis with an area of 960 acres, how to talk about Siwa tourism and not about Lake Siwa, which is 3600 acres.
Siwa Eyes
Although the city of Siwa is located in the desert, it contains a huge amount of water, consisting of a large number of wells and eyes that are used for drinking and irrigation, as well as other therapeutic purposes, where some water contains an important number of natural elements such as sulfur, which is used for medical tourism.

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