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A Health Retreat to Egypt

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About 560km west of Cairo is the most renowned, pristine oasis in the country: Siwa.

Known as one of the most isolated settlements in Egypt, this oasis boasts several natural springs that make your skin feel silky-smooth and have many health benefits.

Pace of Life.

This slow-paced life has gone for hundreds of years without modern influences, making this an ideal health retreat for slowing down and enjoying the ancient wonders of the Berber people.

Of the 23,000 people reside in Siwa, most of whom are Berbers; an indigenous group to North Africa that encompass more than their Siwi language or culture, but also the entire history and geography of North Africa.

In Siwa, life has been unaffected by today’s culture and reflects many unusual features even to those in Egypt. Basketry, silverworks, embroidery and pottery are the staples to the Berbers and you’ll often see this influence still prominent in their attire.

 While their dress is amongst the most iconic features of Siwa, their health-related activities should be at the top of your list.

Natural Springs.

Particularly, visiting a few of the natural springs and enjoying a local mud-bath. The same mud used by the Berbers to create their homes have irresistible qualities that are great for your skin too.

Both the springs and mud baths have many rejuvenating benefits like stress relief, absorption of minerals to the skin, and even healing musculoskeletal issues.

Salt Therapy.

But the real way to relax when you’re in Siwa: Salt Therapy. Using 100% natural salt, you relax in a controlled-air environment and breath the salt air that’s being created.

As you inhale, the salt air clears the mucus from your lungs. It creates more room in the airway to breath and leaves you feeling refreshed. This therapy can also help your body as an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agent.

If soaking in mineral waters or breathing salt air is not your thing, then you can enjoy the many dates and olives that make this oasis iconic. The dates and olives are often incorporated into the many local delicacies in Siwa, like stuffed pigeon, or can be consumed as stand-alone snacks throughout the day. Regardless of how they’re consumed, you will certainly agree with us that they’re amongst the best in the world.

If you’re looking to experience the many health benefits from traveling to this natural mecca, then this seemingly surreal place could be perfect for you.

Want to get away on this health retreat to Egypt? Talk to our Travel consultant: Sales@KingTutTours.com

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Alexandria is a Mediterranean port city in Egypt. During the Hellenistic period, it was home to a lighthouse ranking among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World as well as a storied library. Today the library is reincarnated in the disc-shaped, ultramodern Bibliotheca Alexandrina. The city also has Greco-Roman landmarks, old-world cafes and sandy beaches. Its 15th-century seafront Qaitbay Citadel is now a museum.

Siwa Oasis:

Discover the historic town of Siwa Oasis: Siwa was once the most mysterious of all of Egypt’s oases, and it is also the most fascinating. The Siwan people have their own culture and customs and, as well as speaking Arabic, they speak Berber and the people are considered North African rather than Egyptian. Siwa is different, it is not Egyptian and most of the ancient people roamed the coast from Tunisia to Morocco. Woman still wear traditional costumes and silver jewelry. The modern town of Siwa is set among thick palm groves, walled gardens and olive orchards, with numerous freshwater springs and salt lakes all clustered beneath the impressive remains of the ancient fortress town of Shali. 300, 000 palm trees, 70, 000 olive trees, 300 freshwater springs. Shali Temple of the Oracle, built in the 6th century BC, dedicated to Zmun (Zeus). Kings unsuccessfully sent armies to destroy this temple due to the power of the oracle. Visited by Alexander the Great, who asked if he was the son of Zeus. Temple of Amun This structure is almost completely destroyed, owing to its dynamiting in 1896 by an Ottoman governor eager to acquire building material. Cleopatra's Bath, A natural hot spring feeds this rock pool, a popular swimming hole for locals and visitors alike. Fatnas Spring, Idyllic setting among palm trees and lush greenery. Great place to watch sunset. Small Cafe. Gebel el-Mawta / Mountain of the Dead, tombs This hill features a large number of rock cut tombs, mostly dating back to the Ptolemaic and Roman periods (3rd century BCE-2nd century CE). Gebel Darkur, 4km from Siwa town, Get thrown into a bath of hot sand for 20 minutes at a time then drink tea. Supposedly good for rheumatism.

 Tour Includes:

Tour cost per person in double for private tour of 2 Person.

First Class cost from $1195
Deluxe cost from $1895

10% discount for tour of 4 person



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