Oasis is very much like a natural phenomenon, a place full of fresh water, in a place like desert. It is extremely stupendous and seems false if we ponder it carefully. But the fact is fact. This is something that cannot be denied. There are many oases in the world that are beautiful and mesmerizing. Some of the world’s most beautiful oases are being discussed here for you. If you are an adventurous traveler, have a trip to any of these oases, I am sure, and you are going to like it. Let’s have a look at this miracle or gift of God.
Huacachina is a small town in the Ica Region, in southwestern Peru. It is situated in the Ica Province, near the city of Ica in the Ica District.
Ubari is a town in southwestern Libya, in particular in the Targa valley. Surrounding villages include Germa, and In Garran. Oasis water is salty as the Dead Sea and swimming is not really recommended due to sewage.
Chebika is a mountain oasis in southern Tunisia, in Kairouan Governorate.
Chebika lies at the foot of the mountains of the Djebel el Negueb and, because of its exposure to the sun, it is known as Qasr el-Shams (“Castle of the Sun” in Arabic).In antiquity, it was once a Roman outpost, named Ad Speculum and later a mountain refuge of the Berber people.
Gaberoun is an oasis shaped around a huge lake Sabha area in the Sahara desert. Many years ago, the oasis was a Bedouin settlement but was abandoned in the meantime. Lake is very salty and swimming can be very pleasant. Nearby tourist camp was arranged, the most favorable time for tours is from October to May.
Timia is a small town in northern Niger situated at an oasis in the Aïr Mountains,Timia lies south of Iferouane and north of Agadez. The main town lies around 3km from a stone Guelta oasis, which holds water year round. It is also known for its fruit trees, an unusual sight in the Saharan regions of northern Niger.