Here is a basic map of Libya.
This is a picture of the camp for the Acacus Desert Trek
From my contacts in Libya, I am assured that within the next two months, Libya is going to open it doors to American tourists. That is what they are hearing from the consulate. This could be “just talk” but given that an American embassy is being built in Tripoli, I think this could be happening soon.
I am still crossing my fingers for a desert adventure trip this November.
Sorry for the very long silence with Libya Blog. There are going to updates every other day on Libya.
Here is an Adventure tour – Camel tour for 13 days/12nights.
Tripoli, Ghat, Alawynat, Akakus-Tadrart, Wadi Tashwinat, Massak, Germa, Sebha, Tripoli, Sebratha
Day 1: Arrival to Tripoli airport and transfer to the hotel
Day 2: Flight to Ghat in the Southwest of Libya. Meet our group and drive to a beautiful sand dune (30km NE) after Ghat and not far from Cave Alajonon,
Day 3: Drive to Serdalus (Alawynat), stop for free tour and lunch. Then continue driving to Awais where the first of pre-historical rock arts of 12000 years ago started. We do some trekking tour.
Day 4-9 Camel trip: We travel to Akakus-Tadrart visiting the wadies, which contain lots of paintings, drawings and rock arts, lunch, and continue tour to Emaning Well. Camp at Wadi Tashwinat.
Day 10: Drive evening to Alawynat. Overnight at the organized camp.
Day 11: Drive to Sebha airport via Germa (old city). Flight to Tripoli and then to the hotel.
Day 12: Visiting the archaeological sights of Sebrata city where you will discover ancient ruins of Romans and Greek.
Day 13: Departure