Desert Lodge

Address: Al Qasr, Dakhla, Egypt | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Al Qasr, Dakhla.
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    Travel Blogs from Dakhla

    Kalabasha Temple

    A travel blog entry by brad.and.erika on Nov 12, 2012

    A motor boat picks us up at 8 am today for the short trip to the Kalabasha Temple. Our luggage is going to be transported separately and will meet us at the temple a bit later on. After all the wonderful temples we have seen, this one is a poor relation really. It is situated on the west bank of the Nile River in Nubia and was originally built around 30BC during the early Roman era but ...

    Valley of the Lions

    A travel blog entry by brad.and.erika on Nov 11, 2012

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    ... in case people don't want to walk up the hill through the sand to the temple......$5 will buy a ride but sadly the camel man is nowhere to be seen, probably not enough tourists to make it worthwhile for him. Anyway the walk is welcome in the morning coolness and breeze. We have seen much better preserved temples than this one in which most of the carvings have been partially or completely destroyed, but Tarek still points out all ...

    Qasr Farafa

    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on May 16, 2011

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    ... and had set off toward the Farafa Oasis.

    We stopped along the way to climb the rock formations along the way. They are magnificent! From here, we went to a hot spring in the White Desert. It was good to simply be able to dip into this hot thermal spring. From here, our next stop was Qasr Farafa in the Farafa oasis. We stocked up here (they nearly left me in the loo here!) ...

    Hot springs and mud brick houses

    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Mar 24, 2011

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    ... deep below the surface. Some are large enough to have 10 to 15 people sit in and some are quite tiny. They all serve to keep the towns above and around quite lush and this oasis town in particular is lovely.

    In Dakha you see carts carrying loads of something called barseem. I'm not sure what that is in English or if that's really the way you spell it but that's how it sounded when I asked someone what was inside the cart. They're being pulled by donkeys and driven ...

    Next Oasis

    A travel blog entry by geoffrhonda on Nov 27, 2010

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    After coming out of the White desert we drive onto Dakhla after a swim at a hot mineral spring and some shopping and tea! The Oasis towns are very underdeveloped and many of the sights are poorly maintained and regulated. Often no pictures are allowed unless the guard asks you for oney and then you can snap away to your heart's content.
    We visit an Islamic Mud Brick City, recently abandoned and a coptic christian necropolis, also mud ...