The White Desert, with its impressive white rocks jutting out of the desert, stretches approximately 300 square kilometers between the Bahariya and Farafra oases. The entire area is designated as a national park, and the limestone rocks, sand dunes, and precious creatures that live there, such as jackals and fennecs, are carefully protected. By taking a tour from the oasis, you can enjoy the natural art that colors this magnificent world of sand.
Of the desert areas that cover approximately 90% of Egypt's land area, the vast desert west of the Nile River is known as the Western Desert. Hidden in the world of rocks and sand as far as the eye can see are the magnificent landscapes of the Black Desert and White Desert, known for their unique topography. At some oases, which have flourished as trading cities since ancient times and retain ruins from various periods, visitors can enjoy a peaceful moment surrounded by date palms and olive trees.