For sure, One of the must things to do in Egypt is the desert experience. Traveling from one city to another will definitely insure viewing the desert which forms 90% of Egypt, however, experiencing the desert in an overnight camping is a different story! We have prepared Egypt Tour Packages to include all the tourist cities and attractions, as well as a desert experience so you can choose a comprehensive Egypt Tour Package in one place.
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What do I need to bring to the Desert Tours & camping?
We take care of all that is needed for the off-road adventures and camping trips, all that you need to worry about is your personal items such as your toothbrush, sunscreen, slippers, proper shoes, a hat or sunglasses, and clothes of the overnight.
Is there toilets in the desert?
There are lodges and hotels in the desert with all the basic facilities including toilets, and even swimming pools! But, while camping, there are no toilets in the natural protectorate area as it is not allowed! However, in the midday, we always stop by the natural springs and villages where we use toilets.
In the oases, are there only palm trees, camels, and tents?
No, the Egyptian oases are very large like big cities, but they are still relatively primitive with lodges and standard low-star hotels, but in an Egyptian oasis, there will be big farms, vehicles, camels, mosques, churches, big houses, and small buildings.
How do we sleep in the camp site?
For every traveler there is a sleeping bag, 2 blankets, and an American sleeping tent, also, larger American tents are available which is enough to accommodate 2 people. Also, there is a large tent where some people prefer to sleep inside it.
Photography tools, are the allowed in the desert?
Yes, all photography tools are allowed in the desert, monopods, tripods, lighting tools, umbrellas, reflectors, defusers, ..etc, all are allowed except drones.
Is there any fee for the camera and Photography in the Desert?
No, there is no extra charge for cameras or photography in the desert, it is free of charge, however, in some indoor sites such as museums and temples, there will be camera fee