Escape to a place time has forgotten – the Ennedi addition to our 2019 Chad expedition
The only Anderson Expeditions set departure is our annual trip to the Zakouma National Park in Chad, departing in February of 2019. As always, the demand for this trip has been high and we have been inspired by this demand to look for other options in this fascinating country. It was a stroke of good fortune, fuelled by significant interest from guests that resulted in us adding a trip to the Ennedi massif to our Chad departure this year. The itinerary offers 6 nights and 7 days of unsurpassed wilderness – exploring Saharan landscapes, engaging with nomadic tribes and discovering the interesting local wildlife.
We will be using Warda Camp and an exceptional fly camp as we explore this amazing UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Warda Camp consists of 8 residential units equipped with a private shower and field toilet along with a “communal” area designed as a place for sharing and relaxation, a meeting point and the beating heart of camp life.
Our experience has been put together by an SVS (Société de Voyages Sahariens) guide, whose deep understanding of the places we will visit has been gained through over thirty years of living and travelling in this area. These guides live in close contact with the people native to these areas, and as such offer a personal knowledge that really makes for an interpretive experience second to none. These guides complement the management skills and cultural background of the “expat” component of the team, including an Anderson Expeditions specialist guide.
After arrival in Chad on the 2nd of February 2019, this Ennedi trip departs N’Djamena on the 3rd of February and returns to the capital city of Chad on the 10th of February 2019. The journey can be added to the Zakouma itinerary or experienced as a stand-alone trip. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org