The Western Sahara occupies about 680 000 square kilometres, nearly 68% of Egypt’s area. It stretches from the Nile Valley (in the East) to the Libyan border (in the West) and from the Mediterranean (in the North) to the Sudanese border (in the South). The Northern section includes: a coastal plain, the Northern plateau, the Great Depressions of the Siwa Oasis, Qattara Depression, Wadi Natrun and the Bahariya Oasis. The southern part includes: Farafra, Dakhla and Kharga.

There are so many nice things to see, like the Black Desert, White Desert Cave, Great Sand Sea, Whales Valley, Flower Stones, etc..  Here the beauty is everywhere! Have a look in our gallery to start to love it even before you come!