Libya - the last time we were here it was 1 month before the start of the Arab Spring and now after civil war, the death of Gaddafi , the instability of the Government and the challenge from terrorism things remain uncertain as Libya struggles with its future. While many things will have changed, the timeless desert remains, vast breathtaking desert vistas contain ancient rock art and carvings, while fossils and Neolithic artefacts hint at former green Saharan scenes. Towering cliffs and mountain plateaus, blasted and seared by countless desert suns, while winds slowly erode them down to the grains of sand that surround them. Proud Tuareg, wrapped in their blue/black robes, walk alongside their camels tracing routes from the heart of the desert and mysterious black Africa to the far south. The Tuareg may be Libya's best known tribe but Berber, Duada and Toubou have all contributed to this fascinating mix of cultures that have ebbed and flowed across the sands - the sands of the worlds greatest desert - the Sahara.
Libya and its sand seas are a serious proposition to be undertaken only by experienced sand drivers with light vehicles. The rewards are equally substantial, stunning dunescapes, sinuous crests, plunging descents and massive star dunes. As soon as peace and stability return we'll be back. Join us then - you'll be amongst the first to see the free nation of Libya.
In summary, stunning landscapes and some of the best sand driving you will ever encounter.... explore it with OneLife Adventure.