TARA regularly organises safaris in support of its mission into African rock art areas, also known for their spectacular landscapes, rich wildlife and nomadic people. We have previously led safaris to Egypt, Niger, Chad, Morocco, Tanzania, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa.
The safaris we offer can be broadly divided into customised safaris which are tailored to the needs of specific individuals or groups, and survey expeditions where individuals have the opportunity of accompanying a TARA survey team to a specific country or region. Customised safaris are also sometimes organised through TARA’s safari partner, Royal African Safaris.
See the full range of upcoming rock art safaris below and contact us through David Coulson, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Eunice email@example.com if you are interested in any of the Rock Art Safaris featured.
|The 7,000 year old Dabous Giraffe carvings, west of the Air.||Two x 1 metre high warriors engraved on granite - 1000BC.||Looking out over the Tenere from the Air Mountains.|
2021 Rock Art Safaris
We propose a possible safari in Niger in November 2021 subject to prevailing conditions. Niger has only been peripherally affected by Covid and should be a good, safe destination towards the end of 2021.
Namibia Safaris – April and September 2022
David Coulson is leading two Namibia safaris in 2022 for www.ArcadiaExpeditions.com – Namibia, one in April and the other in September. These safaris will each take 3 weeks and will include Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Spitzkoppe, Erongo Mountains and Brandberg Massif, the famous White Lady of the Brandberg site and Twyfelfontein World Heritage Site as well as Himba communities in Kaokoland and the famous Cunene River on Angola border, returning to Windhoek via the Etosha National Park. Visit www.ArcadiaExpeditions.com – Namibia for full details.
Safaris to Morocco and Chad
David plans to lead a trip to southern Morocco towards the end of October 2022 and meanwhile all trips to northern Chad are on hold pending the present security issues in that part of the country, although it is hoped that the situation will soon be back to normal.
David is ready to take another rock art safari to Zimbabwe, including to Great Zimbabwe and to Victoria Falls – subject to demand.