- Tadrart Tour
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Discover the Tadrart Rouge. This desert offers one of the most fantastic desert landscapes. The gigantic dunes of a unique red. The infinite variety of colors of the Saharan sand. The narrow canyons, the winding arches, the sandstone castles, as well as the rock paintings and engravings… form a picture of timeless colors.
DAY 01. Arrival in Djanet. Reception at the airport by 4X4 vehicle. Formalities of access to the Tassili National Park.
DAY 02. Moul Naga. You continue your route to the Tadrart by stopping here and there to visit rock carvings. In the afternoon, you arrive in the area of Moul Naga, the famous « stone camel » where your camp is installed for 2 nights. You enjoy the late afternoon to walk around the area, the sun ends its race and gives the area sublime colors. Dinner and night under the stars.
DAY 03. In Zaouatene, In Tehak. To begin this day, you go for a stroll, just to enjoy the beautiful lights of the morning then you go, in 4×4, to In Tehak and its rock paintings. You will have lunch near In Zaouatène, it will be the occasion to admire the engravings representing in particular elephants and panthers. In the afternoon, you continue to In Tehak, where your camp is planted, in the middle of dunes, arches and stone lace. Dinner and overnight at camp, under the stars.
DAY 04. Tin merzouga. It is in the setting of Tin Merzouga that the camp is set up for two nights. Walking tours and tours of the area are planned. On the program: cave paintings from the Bovidian period, the « hedgehog » carved by the wind erosion near which you picnic. In the late afternoon, you climb the highest dune of Tin Merzouga to admire the sunset and the changing colors of rocks and dunes around. The second day is dedicated to the Tin Merzouga circus and the Talafazo valley. Dinner and overnight at camp, under the stars.
DAY 05. Oued In Djaren. You take the direction of In Djaren. You picnic again near a site of engravings and rock paintings where you will discover including giraffes. Bivouac.
DAY 06. Tegharghart. After one last stroll in the Tadrart, you take the track towards Tegharghart « La Vache qui Pleure ». Evening in music.
DAY 07. Djanet. In Djanet you visit the small market and you go to lunch in a garden of the palm grove. You enjoy the end of the afternoon at the Tassili National Park, Djanet. Transfer in the night to the airport. Return flight.
This tour includes:
- Land transport by 4x4
- Airport transfers
- Full board (drinks and meals)
- The management team
- Tourist guide (Tuareg)
- The foam mattress
- Air transport (international flights)
- "Multi-risk" insurance
- "Cancellation" insurance
- Personal expenses
We offer circuits already programmed. However, if you wish to change the dates, it is possible. This requires a price change of +15%.
Yes. If you do not have Algerian nationality, our staff can apply for a visa for you. Contact us by e-mail to provide us with the basic information, our staff will take care of making the request for you.
The time required to obtain a visa is approximately 15 days. You receive your visa at the Algerian Embassy closest to you.
Prices shown do not include airfare. They are your responsibility. Choose the airline of your choice and fly to Djanet (Algeria) on the dates corresponding to your tour.
Yes. You can take your own tent with you to spend the nights in the desert.
Yes. Every day the Touareg guide accompanies you during the hikes which last on average 1 to 3 hours.
Some pocket money will be needed to do some shopping. But nothing obliges you to make purchases. Our staff provides you with drinks and food throughout your stay in the desert. It is included in the tour price.
If you want to buy a water bottle pack, that will be a little extra.
When you arrive at Djanet airport, our staff will pick you up. You will spend the night in our guest house located in the center of Djanet. The circuit will start at 8am.
All the tours we offer take place in Djanet. So always take a flight to Djanet on the dates that correspond to your circuit.
Yes, and it is recommended! The desert landscapes are beautiful.