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The Red Tadrart, an imposing massif in southern Algeria, is the scene of one of the most fantastic landscapes of the Sahara! It is of a unique richness and beauty. Sometimes wrongly painted black, the desert, especially that of the Sahara, offers a really interesting ecosystem. We discover huge canyons with steep cliffs and magnificently sculpted by nature.

It is a site on which colored sand rocks with red or yellow reflections mix wonderfully, and rocky peaks of various shapes. It is therefore a perfect opportunity to admire the ergs of Ouan Kassa and Tin Merzouga, the most representative specimens of the richness of the place. Don't miss it under any circumstances!

Circuit with 4X4 and
foot from 07 night/08 days to
The Tadrart offers a variety
infinite landscapes, where the rock
The blackest mixes with the sands
the reddest ones. Your guide
Tuareg will make you discover it
The splendours within you
immersing in this variety of
Saharan landscapes: canyons
deep, dunes with colors
changeable, sandstone castles
and rocks cut into cathedrals,
Secret gueltes, plains
flooded with light ...


Day 01

Flight Paris / Djanet via Algiers.

Arrival in Djanet in
late evening. Welcome at the airport by our team
Tuareg. After a short transfer in 4x4 for
join the wadi Taguarguarte, we install
Our bivouac in the sand. Dinner and overnight.

Day 02


After breakfast, we move on to Djanet
for access formalities to the Tassili National Park. Short visit of the museum dedicated to the Park;
traditional purchase of the chèche in town, then departure by 4x4 vehicle to reach the Tadrart massif (journey of 200 Km). The first
Cave paintings hidden at the bottom of a rock shelter announce the entrance to the massif. We make our first walk in a landscape shared between dunes and rocks.
Installation of the camp. Dinner and overnight in bivouac between the gorges of the Tissitekka site.

Day 3


Start of the Trek. We follow the canyon of In
Djaren then fork to cross a rocky chaos where many rock carvings
are sheltered. We lead to the
gigantic "cathedral" of Tamezguida, then reach the foot of the great dunes of Moul N'Aga. The latter block the horizon like a fantastic wall. Dinner and overnight in bivouac
in the dunes.

• The plane ticket from Algiers to Djanet Round trip.
• Full board catering in Djanet.
• Accommodation in wild tented campsites
(tents + foam mattress provided) in Djanet.
• A tergui guide guide.
• A tergui cook.
• Transfer in 4x4 with experienced terguis heaters.
• Access fees to Tassili National Park.

• The sleeping bag.
• Equipment and personal expenses.

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