The central Sahara is one of the richest repositories of ancient rock art on earth and dates from a time when the Sahara was green and full of people and animals.
The aims of the expedition were: As part of the sensitisation activities, TARA has designed and produced an exhibition which is now in Ndjamena and will soon be opened at the National Museum where TARA will be represented by Terry Little.
With their fascinating body forms they can make you feel like the happiest man in the world.
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Also accompanying the expedition was a distinguished group of TARA supporters, including a well known international travel journalist, Lucia van der Post, who had been commissioned by the London Financial Times to write a story on the trip.
The expedition consisting of six Toyota Landcruisers left Ndjamena on Nov 3rd and routed up the eastern side of the country via the town of Abeche, not far from the border with Darfur (Sudan).
The first was to the Ennedi Mountains in November 2016, and the second was to the Tibesti last month.
The recent trip was also supported by a small grant from the National Geographic Society in Washington DC.