Who We Are

Sayed Magdy Diab

At the age of 15, Sayed was out on desert hiking expeditions in the western desert. Born and raised in Baharia Oasis, coming from a prominent family of desert guides. If it's a two week expedition or just 3 days in the desert, Sayed and his team are the best you can rely on. Born in 1991 Sayed is a father of two future generation guides to be. Always ready for the most complex as well as classical expeditions and projects in Egypt.

Badramany Abdel Sadek (Bella)

The Son of Haj Abdel Sadek Al Badramany (God bless his soul) Some names are just famous for their history and the imprints they left on the western desert culture as a whole and Baharia Oasis specifically. Badramany has been well active in Western Desert tourism, oil industries and much more. His knowledge and experience in the Western Desert are not to be reckoned with.

Mahmoud Sebeka (Sebeka)

Son of the Oasis, known for his calm, low voice and high manners like his father Haj Mohamed Sebeka who is the Doctor and cheif mechanic of all Landcruisers that have done deep desert travel. Mahmoud is extremely knowledgable when it comes to mechanics and Toyota Landcruisers in general. Being also a desert guide only comes by second nature. Mahmoud has been a desert guide since 2007

Amr Ammar (Amr)

Could very well be the youngest Baharia Oasis team member, but dont let that fool you, he is our best chef and a rising desert guide aswell. Son of Haj Hammada Ammar who has been all too much involved with keeping all those Toyota Landcruisers alive due to their 30 year old Toyota parts shop. Amr has been an active desert guide and chef since 2019.

Mahmoud Ezzeldin (Turbo)

Born and raised in Cairo, Egypt. The love for the Sahara desert goes back to his teenage years. Originally an Architect, a Sailor, Windsurfer, Water-Skier & Scuba-Diver. Deep desert expeditions began as a passion in 1999 and turned to profession on the hands of good friends who happen to be Swiss/Egyptian & German/Egyptian. Nothing compares to being in tune with your machine, sensing every wheel-spin or soft sand patch under your feet as you feather the throttle in a vintage Landcruiser car. The deserts are mostly enjoyed in a slow but capable 4x4. Turbo was a Co-Pilot/Navigator in the 2007 Pharaohs Rally when they finished 4th overall. Turbo also draws his own route and tailor makes the easiest as well as the hardest of routes and scenarios with a variety of successful projects under his belt during the past 20 years.

The All New

Egypt's Western Desert

Egypt’s Western Desert is a treasure trove of natural and cultural wonders. From the vast sand dunes of the Great Sand Sea to the mystical landscapes of the White Desert, the oasis towns that provide respite, and the Valley of the Golden Mummies, this region offers a truly unforgettable experience for those who venture into its mesmerizing landscapes.

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Accommodation in traditional Bedouin-style

Camping equipment and amenities

Egypt's Western Desert

The Great Sand Sea

Covering a significant portion of the Western Desert, the Great Sand Sea is a mesmerizing expanse of golden sand dunes that stretch as far as the eye can see.

The White Desert

The White Desert is a surreal and ethereal landscape characterized by its unique chalk rock formations sculpted by the forces of wind erosion.

The Oasis Towns

Scattered throughout the Western Desert, several oasis towns offer a refreshing respite from the arid surroundings. These towns, such as Siwa, Bahariya, and Farafra.

The Valley of the Golden Mummies

Located in the Bahariya Oasis, the Valley of the Golden Mummies is a remarkable archaeological site that showcases the wealth and artistry of ancient Egypt.

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