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This plateau, located in south-east Algeria, at the borders with Libya and Niger, is a UNESCO world heritage site of great interest for its geology and for its prehistoric art. Its eroded sandstones form a stunning rock forest, giving to the landscape a lunar aspect...More
These words are not mine, but a quote from Philippe Diolé (Jacques Cousteau's close associate), who wrote a book on his experiences while making a camel trek in the fifties. The plateau top is an amazing wonderland of eroded sandstone spires and canyons, hiding innumerable...More
Tassili n;Ajjer National Park - Review of two tours with Bachir Touareg, Travel Guide of Djanet
Bachir Hafir, Touareg Trekking Guide
After hearing rave reviews about trekking in the Tassili n'Ajjer National Park (Tassili n'Ajjer, means ‘Plateau of the Rivers’ a mountain range in the...More