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19 Oct 2014
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55km N-N-E from Farafra Oasis, Farafra, Egypt
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Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Huge rocks with different structures found on the way to the white desert. They are really beautiful, i totally recommend passing by them

Thank Nouran E
Reviewed 19 October 2014

it was amazing to surf the sand, to go down and up continuously by a land cruiser driven by Mahmud, the perfect driver and the great associate of Loly Gamal: they are the master of the deserts! colours were like a kid's drawing, or a...More

Thank PitersTorino
Reviewed 28 April 2014

Valley of Agabat is deep within the white desert. You have to be there to feel the out-worldly beauty of the place. Millions of years ago, the place used to be under the sea. Over the years, unique rock formations of limestone, chalk (and maybe...More

Thank MasumMS
Reviewed 1 April 2014

I like the scenery, almost without other human beings in sight. Find flower stones there with silver inside. You could find seashells/fossils because this valley used to be part of the ocean. This is the place to unwind from the crowded Cairo.

1  Thank HRS_6
Reviewed 4 July 2013

Had to go nearly 80 million years for this wonder to be born. Its name is Agabat, sometimes spelled as Aqabat, Akabat, Akabbat or Aqabbat. Million after million, shell after shell and one microorganism onto another, the old seabed began to be enveloped in limestone...More

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