Tours to Lybia

Jamahiriya Museum, Tripoli

The Jamahiriya Museum is Libya’s national exhibition hall. Its 47 galleries are home to numerous artifacts of Libya’s past, incorporating those from the Roman and Greek time of the nation’s history as well as treasures recuperated from Libyan World Heritage Sites.

Assaraya al-Hamra, Tripoli

This palace is otherwise called the Red Castle. It has a wide yard with different wellsprings and statues starting from the Ottoman period. The royal residence reflects the nation’s rich past. It is reflected in the design style of structures.

Benghazi, Cyrenaica

Benghazi is Libya’s second-largest city. In past times, Benghazi used to be the capital of Libya, along with Tripoli. Benghazi is presently the capital of the area of Cyrenaica.

Enchanting Chad

The Lakes of Ouianga

Found in the Sahara Desert, the Lakes of Ouianga consists of 18 lakes in total which are supplied by so-called underground fossil water. The rain fell many thousands of years ago when the climate was much wetter than it is today. In fact, the lakes now only receive 2mm of rainfall each year. Some of the lakes are salty whereas others are fresh and support life. The lakes are Chad’s sole Unesco World Heritage Site.

Tibesti Mountains

The Tibesti Mountains are difficult to reach and explore but there are many things here that will reward adventurous travellers. The highest peak here is the Emi Koussi which stands at 3,500m above sea level. The peak is actually a huge extinct volcano. For travellers, there are many great things to do in the area such as watching camel racing, admiring ancient rock art and enjoying the nearby hot thermal springs.


The city owes much of its popularity to the Chari River on which it is situated. A popular activity in the city is to take a tour with Boatman, a local who will take you on a river tour in a traditional canoe. Along the way, you will witness what life is like for local people and wildlife.

First Time Flying? Read Our Tips

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    Booking the Flight

    To book the flight, most people purchase their tickets online through airline or travel sites.

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    Checking In

    As part of this process, you receive a boarding pass—a document that proves that you have purchased a ticket. It contains information about you and your trip. You can choose to have the boarding pass emailed or texted to you in a digital QR code format that the airport staff can scan. You can also download and print the physical document and bring that to the airport if you prefer.

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    When you reach the security area, you’ll generally wait in line anywhere from no time to an hour or more. Once you get to an agent, they will check your boarding pass and I.D. You will need a government-issued I.D. such as a driver’s license. Next, you will place your personal belongings and carry-on bag(s) in bins that roll along a conveyor belt and under the x-ray machine. This includes the contents of your pockets, belt and shoes.

Heros Behind the Company

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