Siwa Safari Paradise Hotel & Tourist Village

Address: 1 Ain El Araes St. Siwa Oasis, Siwa, Egypt | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 1 Ain El Araes St. Siwa Oasis, Siwa.
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      Travel Blogs from Siwa

      Day 4 (86,91)

      A travel blog entry by neebish2 on Mar 21, 2014

      The boy remembers that the old King said "never forget your dream, follow the omens". These omens tell him to follow the caravan, and he arrives at an oasis. The oasis is a place of date trees and wells, and different colored tents filled with travelers. There's a rule in the oasis that you get hospitality as a traveler, but soldiers do not. There is no fighting at ...

      Fatima - My Dream Girl

      A travel blog entry by leungcarlyle on Oct 24, 2013

      1 photo

      ... the idea of “The soul of the world”. We finally arrived the oasis after a long and harsh journey. The oasis is larger than the towns in Spain. There are three hundred walls, fifty thousand date trees, and innumerable colored tents spreading among them.While I was helping the Englishman to find the Alchemist, I met Fatima. She had a vessel on her shoulder, her head was covered by a veil and her face was uncovered. She is so beautiful. When I look ...

      Siwa is quiet on Friday

      A travel blog entry by theresabill on Jun 07, 2013

      6 photos

      ... of My Home.

      Our next stop was really interesting and is a must see! The Mountain of the Dead has been used for tombs since people have lived here. They were also used by the Italian army as a camp during WWII.

      We went into two tombs, but were not allowed to take photos. The two tombs belonged to Si-Amun and to one of his wives. The remains of the mummies (the tombs had been plundered by visitors) are now located in Cairo. In Si-Amun's tomb we ...

      The Egyptian Road Less Travelled

      A travel blog entry by barry0fisher on Dec 18, 2010

      17 photos

      ... written on the way to the desert while we sluggishly jockeyed our way past the parking lot of traffic that is otherwise Cairo traffic.

      [[Things to note about the traffic here. There isn't so much of a "rush hour", but simply its gridlock and mayhem from 6am to 10pm. You'd be wise not to mess with taxis as they're aggressive as all hell. All those polish or other eastern European taxi drivers in Chicago pale in comparison. Also, the bigger ...

      Hello Siwa

      A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Mar 16, 2010

      ... guide Ahmed said that we would have seen more but robbers keep
      on breaking off the pieces and selling them to wealthy Europeans. Good
      thing I brought my pick axe, any takers?


      Fossilized coral and ...