150 kilometers south of Tamanrasset is an immense sandstone plateau, a harbinger of the Malian and Nigerian desert, the Tassili of Hoggar. In landscapes where the relief sometimes fades, arise, as if coming from nowhere, silhouettes with strange shapes carved by the wind. The Tassili of the Hoggar is an immense space with scattered vegetation, plowed by a multitude of wadis which are so many ways of communication; it is also a land of contrast where alternate arid landscapes, desert and blond sand dunes coiled at the foot of huge brown rocks. And from time to time, the presence of some engravings or rock paintings will remind us that the Neolithic man lived in this country.
23 - 29 November