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Sahara - Tassili n’Ajjer desert wonder, Iherir oasis and Tadrart

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... have always belonged together, because our heart beats for the Sahara!
Together with our long-term Tuareg partner Seddik Meheri, we organized a trip through the Algerian Sahara for the first time in October 2017 after a period of almost 14 years. In the years before until 2003, we delighted many friends of the desert with a wide range of trekking, camel and adventure trips. In 2017 we were able to convince ourselves that the military and desert police have expanded their presence at the borders and created an infrastructure so that the selected travel area south of Tassili n`Ajjer and in Tadrart can be safely traveled. Since then we have been pleased to be able to offer trips to the Sahara of Algeria again and to take you on a journey of discovery that is second to none.

In the afternoon the scheduled flight (approx. 2.5 hours) with Air Algerie starts from Frankfurt to Algiers (here, among other things, money exchange) and on to the desert town of Djanet, the main town of the famous Tassili N´Ajjer National Park at an altitude of 1000 m. In the night you will be greeted by our Tuareg team and a short 20 minute drive to the tent camp in the sand dunes that has already been prepared for you.

1st day: Meals: none. Overnight in a tent.

In the morning drive to the palm oasis of Djanet, only a few kilometers away. Registration and collection of the necessary documents from the national park authority. Visit the small but informative Tassili NP museum. Shops and late morning drive to the foothills of the Tassili n'Ajjer. So lunch and first walks in the overwhelming desert landscape (sand dunes and rocks). In the afternoon you will reach the night camp in the dunes of Erg Admer, so that you can do another little exploration. Dinner, tea ceremony and discussion of the further tour design.

Driving distance: approx. 80 km.

2nd day: Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Drive back to the main road, ascent via serpentines to the western Tassili plateau and further in the direction of Iherir with a detour (slope ride) to the engravings by Dider / Tin Tagrirt. The large and very expressive engravings, chiseled on an inconspicuous rock slab from a distance, are among the most famous and beautiful engravings in the Sahara. In addition to some engravings of giraffes, rabbits, etc., the “Sleeping Gazelle” (shown on the 1000 dinar banknote) and the “Curly Cow” (almost 3 m long!) Are particularly impressive. On to the oasis of Iherir. Sensational view of the green, palm-covered valley of Idaran. Overnight in a camp (with electricity and shower).

Driving distance: approx. 150 km

3rd day: Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a hut.

After breakfast, a short drive to a branch of the Iherir oasis. Easy morning hike along the river. If you want to expand this (there / back about 2 hours) you will come to the impressive ruins of the Amenokal of Iherir, which monitored the caravan trade in the desert. The ruin is more reminiscent of the kasbahs in Morocco. A little further you can discover the rock paintings of Aghram. Back at camp, enjoy lunch. Then you drive via Djanet into the green valley of Essendilène. You walk into the canyon and, if you like, go to a water basin / guelta on sandy paths. In this gorge you will find various plants such as oleander and tamarisk in the middle of the Sahara - a small world of its own! In the afternoon you leave this valley and camp again in the dunes.

4th day: Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Along the edge of the towering sandstone plateau of Tassili n’Ajjer, the path leads you through the contrasting landscape between wadis and large sand dunes, surrounded by a mountain landscape with bizarre rock formations such as those of "Tikobawen" and "Timras". The Tuareg will point you to hidden rock carvings, engravings and inscriptions, lead you to rock arches and past ancient tombs such as Azaka N’Rouan. Overall, there is plenty of space and time for individual activities in small groups, for conversations, for looking at, photographing and reading.

5th day: Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Day 6: Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Day 7: Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

You drive past Djanet in a south-east direction and cross the fascinating rock and dune landscape of the Tadrart. The goal in Tadrart is a labyrinthine, self-contained area that is one of the most beautiful regions of the Central Sahara. In winding valleys and sand plains, extraordinary rock formations and rock castles protrude from the desert floor. Wind and weather have shaped the landscape over millions of years and have created pinnacles and rock arches from it. Hidden in rock niches is an apparently infinitely large open-air museum full of rock paintings and engravings that are up to 10,000 years old. Walls with large window-like holes rise monumentally. A highlight during these days is the "Cathedral Square" / Timzguida. The double rock arch seems like a large monument with gigantic windows. You can step up a bit and then marvel at the whole thing from the back. The large and colorful dunes where you will stay the night will also take your breath away. Moul n'Aga consists of very high dunes, from whose deep sand sugar-loaf-like rock needles sprout. At sunset you can climb up to the 200 m high sand giants - what a great view of the desert!

Day 8: Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Day 9: Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Day 10: Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Day 11: Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

In the morning, take some time in the dunes for a walk along the dune massif to see rock paintings and engravings. Particularly unusual is that of a cow with a collar, a reference to the beginning of domestication thousands of years ago. Witnesses of the once very fertile Sahara are the many elephants and giraffes, which are huge engraved on a standing rock pyramid. All rock art are between 5,000 and 10,000 years old. But nature itself is the greatest artist: A salty clay plane is like a mirage that appears to you like a huge lake with islands. Surrounded by several dune massifs, this is one of the most beautiful places to stay.

Day 12: Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Today you hike along the dune ridges of the Egedi and look into the deepest corners of the Tadrart. Here dune massif is lined up with dune massif! Each massif has its own character: pyramid-shaped, wavy, sickle-shaped. After the hike, we will visit an engraved base plate with impressions of various animal tracks and a representation of a lion. Then one of the largest rock arches is waiting for you, In Tehak, and in a side valley of the Wadi In Djeran you walk into the very narrow slot canyon, whose partly pink rock walls you marvel at. Nearby, your companions will show you an engraving of several very large giraffes. In the afternoon you leave Tadrart and have a photo stop at the "Dunes Noires". The "black dunes" are covered in individual places with black graphite sand, which gives the whole thing a special structure. The asphalt road leads to your overnight accommodation near a wadi.

Day 13: Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Overnight in a tent.

After a last morning stroll, you will drive back to Djanet, where you will have the opportunity to shower, organize your luggage and stroll through the oasis city. Touareg jewelry made of silver and other handicrafts are sold here in the small shops by the market. As always, our cook prepares lunch. In the afternoon we go out into the desert again to see an engraving that is truly an absolute masterpiece: the "Weeping Cow". A little further you reach the camp in the middle of small dunes. Here you spend the farewell evening with delicious food and conversations that reflect on the trip. The crew and fellow passengers usually lie down on the mats under the starry canopy of the Sahara until departure at night. Then it is time to say goodbye to the team and you will be driven to the airport.

Day 14: Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

According to your flight plan, you will be brought to Djanet airport and set out on your individual flight, based on experience together with your travel participants. After a short stopover in Tamanrasset (you stay on the plane) flight to Algiers. In the airport's shops you can still buy souvenirs, CDs (including Tuareg music), books (very good Sahara illustrated books and literature!), Including dates (freshly harvested in autumn) and Algerian wine. Onward flight from Algiers to Frankfurt. You land in Germany around noon.

15th day: Meals: none.

In the afternoon the scheduled flight (approx. 2.5 hours) with Air Algerie starts from Frankfurt to Algiers (here, among other things, money exchange) and on to the desert town of Djanet, the main town of the famous Tassili N´Ajjer National Park at an altitude of 1000 m. In the night you will be greeted by our Tuareg team and a short 20 minute drive to the tent camp in the sand dunes that has already been prepared for you.

03/10/2021. Day: Meals: none. Overnight in a tent.

In the morning drive to the palm oasis of Djanet, only a few kilometers away. Registration and collection of the necessary documents from the national park authority. Visit the small but informative Tassili NP museum. Shops and late morning drive to the foothills of the Tassili n'Ajjer. So lunch and first walks in the overwhelming desert landscape (sand dunes and rocks). In the afternoon you will reach the camp for the night in the dunes of Erg Admer, so that you can do another little exploration. Dinner, tea ceremony and discussion of the further tour design.

Driving distance: approx. 80 km.

04/10/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Drive back to the main road, ascent via serpentines to the western Tassili plateau and further in the direction of Iherir with a detour (slope ride) to the engravings by Dider / Tin Tagrirt. The large and very expressive engravings chiseled on an inconspicuous rock slab from a distance are among the most famous and beautiful engravings in the Sahara. In addition to some engravings of giraffes, rabbits, etc., the “Sleeping Gazelle” (shown on the 1000 dinar banknote) and the “Curly Cow” (almost 3 m long!) Are particularly impressive. On to the oasis of Iherir. Sensational view of the green, palm-covered valley of Idaran. Overnight in a camp (with electricity and shower).

Driving distance: approx. 150 km

05/10/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a hut.

After breakfast, a short drive to a branch of the Iherir oasis. Easy morning hike along the river. If you want to expand this (there / back about 2 hours) you will come to the impressive ruins of the Amenokal of Iherir, which monitored the caravan trade in the desert. The ruin is more reminiscent of the kasbahs in Morocco. A little further you can discover the rock paintings of Aghram. Back at camp, enjoy lunch. Then you drive via Djanet into the green valley of Essendilène. You walk into the canyon and, if you like, go to a water basin / guelta on sandy paths. In this gorge you will find various plants such as oleander and tamarisk in the middle of the Sahara - a small world of its own! In the afternoon you leave this valley and camp again in the dunes.

10/6/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Along the edge of the towering sandstone plateau of Tassili n’Ajjer, the path leads you through the contrasting landscape between wadis and large sand dunes, surrounded by a mountain landscape with bizarre rock formations such as those of "Tikobawen" and "Timras". The Tuareg will point you to hidden rock carvings, engravings and inscriptions, lead you to rock arches and past ancient tombs such as Azaka N’Rouan. All in all, there is plenty of space and time for individual activities in small groups, for discussions, for looking at, photographing and reading.

07.10.2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

08/10/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

10/09/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

You drive past Djanet in a south-east direction and cross the fascinating rock and dune landscape of the Tadrart. The goal in Tadrart is a labyrinthine, self-contained area that is one of the most beautiful regions of the Central Sahara. In winding valleys and sand plains, extraordinary rock formations and rock castles protrude from the desert floor. Wind and weather have shaped the landscape over millions of years and have created pinnacles and rock arches from it. Hidden in rock niches is an apparently infinitely large open-air museum full of rock paintings and engravings that are up to 10,000 years old. Walls with large window-like holes rise monumentally. A highlight during these days is the "Cathedral Square" / Timzguida. The double rock arch seems like a large monument with gigantic windows. You can step up a bit and then marvel at the whole thing from the back. The large and colorful dunes where you will stay the night will also take your breath away. Moul n'Aga consists of very high dunes, from whose deep sand sugar-loaf-like rock needles sprout. At sunset you can climb up to the 200 m high sand giants - what a great view of the desert!

10/10/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

10/11/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

10/12/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

10/13/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

In the morning, take some time in the dunes for a walk along the dune massif to see rock paintings and engravings. Particularly unusual is that of a cow with a collar, a reference to the beginning of domestication thousands of years ago. Witnesses of the once very fertile Sahara are the many elephants and giraffes, which are huge engraved on a standing rock pyramid. All rock art are between 5,000 and 10,000 years old. But nature itself is the greatest artist: A salty clay plane is like a mirage that appears to you like a huge lake with islands.Surrounded by several dune massifs, this is one of the most beautiful places to stay.

10/14/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Today you hike along the dune ridges of the Egedi and look into the deepest corners of the Tadrart. Here dune massif is lined up with dune massif! Each massif has its own character: pyramid-shaped, wavy, sickle-shaped. After the hike, we will visit an engraved base plate with impressions of various animal tracks and a representation of a lion. Then one of the largest rock arches is waiting for you, In Tehak, and in a side valley of the Wadi In Djeran you walk into the very narrow slot canyon, whose partly pink rock walls you marvel at. Nearby, your companions will show you an engraving of several very large giraffes. In the afternoon you leave Tadrart and have a photo stop at the "Dunes Noires". The "black dunes" are covered in individual places with black graphite sand, which gives the whole thing a special structure. The asphalt road leads to your overnight accommodation near a wadi.

10/15/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

After a last morning stroll, you will drive back to Djanet, where you will have the opportunity to shower, organize your luggage and stroll through the oasis city. Touareg jewelry made of silver and other handicrafts are sold here in the small shops by the market. As always, our cook prepares lunch. In the afternoon we go out into the desert again to see an engraving that is truly an absolute masterpiece: the "Weeping Cow". A little further you reach the camp in the middle of small dunes. Here you spend the farewell evening with delicious food and conversations that reflect on the trip. The crew and fellow passengers usually lie down on the mats under the starry canopy of the Sahara until departure at night. Then it is time to say goodbye to the team and you will be driven to the airport.

10/16/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

According to your flight plan, you will be brought to Djanet airport and set out on your individual flight, based on experience together with your travel participants. After a short stopover in Tamanrasset (you stay on the plane) flight to Algiers. In the airport's shops you can still buy souvenirs, CDs (including Tuareg music), books (very good Sahara illustrated books and literature!), Including dates (freshly harvested in autumn) and Algerian wine. Onward flight from Algiers to Frankfurt. You land in Germany around noon.

10/17/2021. Day: Meals: none.

In the afternoon the scheduled flight (approx. 2.5 hours) with Air Algerie starts from Frankfurt to Algiers (here, among other things, money exchange) and on to the desert town of Djanet, the main town of the famous Tassili N´Ajjer National Park at an altitude of 1000 m. In the night you will be greeted by our Tuareg team and a short 20 minute drive to the tent camp in the sand dunes that has already been prepared for you.

10/31/2021. Day: Meals: none. Overnight in a tent.

In the morning drive to the palm oasis of Djanet, only a few kilometers away. Registration and collection of the necessary documents from the national park authority. Visit the small but informative Tassili NP museum. Shops and late morning drive to the foothills of the Tassili n'Ajjer. So lunch and first walks in the overwhelming desert landscape (sand dunes and rocks). In the afternoon you will reach the camp for the night in the dunes of Erg Admer, so that you can do another little exploration. Dinner, tea ceremony and discussion of the further tour design.

Driving distance: approx. 80 km.

11/01/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Drive back to the main road, ascent via serpentines to the western Tassili plateau and further in the direction of Iherir with a detour (slope ride) to the engravings by Dider / Tin Tagrirt. The large and very expressive engravings chiseled on an inconspicuous rock slab from a distance are among the most famous and beautiful engravings in the Sahara. In addition to some engravings of giraffes, rabbits, etc., the “Sleeping Gazelle” (shown on the 1000 dinar banknote) and the “Curly Cow” (almost 3 m long!) Are particularly impressive. On to the oasis of Iherir. Sensational view of the green, palm-covered valley of Idaran. Overnight in a camp (with electricity and shower).

Driving distance: approx. 150 km

11/02/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a hut.

After breakfast, a short drive to a branch of the Iherir oasis. Easy morning hike along the river. If you want to expand this (there / back about 2 hours) you will come to the impressive ruins of the Amenokal of Iherir, which monitored the caravan trade in the desert. The ruin is more reminiscent of the kasbahs in Morocco. A little further you can discover the rock paintings of Aghram. Back at camp, enjoy lunch. Then you drive via Djanet into the green valley of Essendilène. You walk into the canyon and, if you like, go to a water basin / guelta on sandy paths. In this gorge you will find various plants such as oleander and tamarisk in the middle of the Sahara - a small world of its own! In the afternoon you leave this valley and camp again in the dunes.

03/11/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Along the edge of the towering sandstone plateau of Tassili n’Ajjer, the path leads you through the contrasting landscape between wadis and large sand dunes, surrounded by a mountain landscape with bizarre rock formations such as those of "Tikobawen" and "Timras". The Tuareg will point you to hidden rock carvings, engravings and inscriptions, lead you to rock arches and past ancient tombs such as Azaka N’Rouan. All in all, there is plenty of space and time for individual activities in small groups, for discussions, for looking at, photographing and reading.

04/11/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

05/11/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

11/06/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

You drive past Djanet in a south-east direction and cross the fascinating rock and dune landscape of the Tadrart. The goal in Tadrart is a labyrinthine, self-contained area that is one of the most beautiful regions of the Central Sahara. In winding valleys and sand plains, extraordinary rock formations and rock castles protrude from the desert floor. Wind and weather have shaped the landscape over millions of years and have created pinnacles and rock arches from it. Hidden in rock niches is an apparently infinitely large open-air museum full of rock paintings and engravings that are up to 10,000 years old. Walls with large window-like holes rise monumentally. A highlight during these days is the "Cathedral Square" / Timzguida. The double rock arch seems like a large monument with gigantic windows. You can step up a bit and then marvel at the whole thing from the back. The large and colorful dunes where you will stay the night will also take your breath away. Moul n'Aga consists of very high dunes, from whose deep sand sugar-loaf-like rock needles sprout. At sunset you can climb up to the 200 m high sand giants - what a great view of the desert!

07/11/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

11/08/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

11/9/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

11/10/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

In the morning, take some time in the dunes for a walk along the dune massif to see rock paintings and engravings. Particularly unusual is that of a cow with a collar, a reference to the beginning of domestication thousands of years ago. Witnesses of the once very fertile Sahara are the many elephants and giraffes, which are huge engraved on a standing rock pyramid. All rock art are between 5,000 and 10,000 years old. But nature itself is the greatest artist: A salty clay plane is like a mirage that appears to you like a huge lake with islands. Surrounded by several dune massifs, this is one of the most beautiful places to stay.

11/11/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Today you hike along the dune ridges of the Egedi and look into the deepest corners of the Tadrart. Here dune massif is lined up with dune massif! Each massif has its own character: pyramid-shaped, wavy, sickle-shaped. After the hike, we will visit an engraved base plate with impressions of various animal tracks and a representation of a lion. Then one of the largest rock arches is waiting for you, In Tehak, and in a side valley of the Wadi In Djeran you walk into the very narrow slot canyon, whose partly pink rock walls you marvel at. Nearby, your companions will show you an engraving of several very large giraffes. In the afternoon you leave Tadrart and have a photo stop at the "Dunes Noires". The "black dunes" are covered in individual places with black graphite sand, which gives the whole thing a special structure. The asphalt road leads to your overnight accommodation near a wadi.

11/12/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

After a last morning stroll, you will drive back to Djanet, where you will have the opportunity to shower, organize your luggage and stroll through the oasis city. Touareg jewelry made of silver and other handicrafts are sold here in the small shops by the market. As always, our cook prepares lunch. In the afternoon we go out into the desert again to see an engraving that is truly an absolute masterpiece: the "Weeping Cow". A little further you reach the camp in the middle of small dunes. Here you spend the farewell evening with delicious food and conversations that reflect on the trip. The crew and fellow passengers usually lie down on the mats under the starry canopy of the Sahara until departure at night. Then it is time to say goodbye to the team and you will be driven to the airport.

11/13/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

According to your flight plan, you will be brought to Djanet airport and set out on your individual flight, based on experience together with your travel participants. After a short stopover in Tamanrasset (you stay on the plane) flight to Algiers. In the airport's shops you can still buy souvenirs, CDs (including Tuareg music), books (very good Sahara illustrated books and literature!), Including dates (freshly harvested in autumn) and Algerian wine. Onward flight from Algiers to Frankfurt. You land in Germany around noon.

11/14/2021. Day: Meals: none.

In the afternoon the scheduled flight (approx. 2.5 hours) with Air Algerie starts from Frankfurt to Algiers (here, among other things, money exchange) and on to the desert town of Djanet, the main town of the famous Tassili N´Ajjer National Park at an altitude of 1000 m. In the night you will be greeted by our Tuareg team and a short 20 minute drive to the tent camp in the sand dunes that has already been prepared for you.

11/14/2021. Day: Meals: none. Overnight in a tent.

In the morning drive to the palm oasis of Djanet, only a few kilometers away. Registration and collection of the necessary documents from the national park authority. Visit the small but informative Tassili NP museum. Shops and late morning drive to the foothills of the Tassili n'Ajjer. So lunch and first walks in the overwhelming desert landscape (sand dunes and rocks). In the afternoon you will reach the camp for the night in the dunes of Erg Admer, so that you can do another little exploration. Dinner, tea ceremony and discussion of the further tour design.

Driving distance: approx. 80 km.

11/15/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Drive back to the main road, ascent via serpentines to the western Tassili plateau and further in the direction of Iherir with a detour (slope ride) to the engravings by Dider / Tin Tagrirt. The large and very expressive engravings chiseled on an inconspicuous rock slab from a distance are among the most famous and beautiful engravings in the Sahara. In addition to some engravings of giraffes, rabbits, etc., the “Sleeping Gazelle” (shown on the 1000 dinar banknote) and the “Curly Cow” (almost 3 m long!) Are particularly impressive. On to the oasis of Iherir. Sensational view of the green, palm-covered valley of Idaran. Overnight in a camp (with electricity and shower).

Driving distance: approx. 150 km

11/16/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a hut.

After breakfast, a short drive to a branch of the Iherir oasis. Easy morning hike along the river. If you want to expand this (there / back about 2 hours) you will come to the impressive ruins of the Amenokal of Iherir, which monitored the caravan trade in the desert. The ruin is more reminiscent of the kasbahs in Morocco. A little further you can discover the rock paintings of Aghram. Back at camp, enjoy lunch. Then you drive via Djanet into the green valley of Essendilène. You walk into the canyon and, if you like, go to a water basin / guelta on sandy paths. In this gorge you will find various plants such as oleander and tamarisk in the middle of the Sahara - a small world of its own! In the afternoon you leave this valley and camp again in the dunes.

11/17/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

Along the edge of the towering sandstone plateau of Tassili n’Ajjer, the path leads you through the contrasting landscape between wadis and large sand dunes, surrounded by a mountain landscape with bizarre rock formations such as those of "Tikobawen" and "Timras". The Tuareg will point you to hidden rock carvings, engravings and inscriptions, lead you to rock arches and past ancient tombs such as Azaka N’Rouan. All in all, there is plenty of space and time for individual activities in small groups, for discussions, for looking at, photographing and reading.

11/18/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.

11/19/2021. Day: Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight in a tent.