Waddi Hamra, the Red valley. Located on the north side of the Gilf Kibir plateau close to the boarder of Libya and Sudan.The sand and rocks in this valley are red due to the iron oxide in them. The other side of the valley is much more red and less orange.Part of a 10 day, 2,400km desert trip of 4 jeeps along with 3 support vehicles and 5 military escorts for security.
The Foggini Mestekawi Cave, one of the worlds most spectacular examples of prehistoric cave carvings and paintings. Located on the south side of the Gilf Kibir plateau close to the boarder of Libya and Sudan.
Discovered in 2003 it contains over 1,000 individual figures dating back to more than 11,000 years. Mind blowing is the depiction of animals like buffaloes, giraffes, octopus, ostriches and other unidentifiable animals that 11,000 years ago lived in what today is one of the driest and most inhospitable place in the world.The climax of a 10 day, 2,400km desert tripof 4 jeeps along with 3 support vehicles and 5 military escorts for security.
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