GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Wadi El Hitan is a paleontological site in the Faiyum Governorate of Egypt, 150 km southwest of Cairo. The site contains several whale fossils buried in the desert.

UNESCO World Heritage Site inscription: 2005

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Egypt-Wadi-El-Hitan-(2007)-Base-Camp-21181 COVER

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Wadi El Hitan is a paleontological site in the Faiyum Governorate of Egypt, 150 km southwest of Cairo. The site contains several whale fossils buried in the desert.

Egypt-Wadi-El-Hitan-(2007)-Trekking-21135 COVER

TREKKING

The track to Wadi El Hitan site is unpaved and crosses unmarked desert sands. A guide is recommended!

BASE CAMP

Egypt-Wadi-El-Hitan-(2007)-Base-Camp-21181 COVER

Wadi El Hitan is a paleontological site in the Faiyum Governorate of Egypt, 150 km southwest of Cairo. The site contains several whale fossils buried in the desert.

TREKKING

Egypt-Wadi-El-Hitan-(2007)-Trekking-21135 COVER

The track to Wadi El Hitan site is unpaved and crosses unmarked desert sands. A guide is recommended!

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