High above the Guelta Archei. I was lucky enough to be there on a day when caravans of camels came to drink for the first time in a week. The happy noises they made were incredible. In Ennedi.
Toko Well. In Ennedi.
Young shepherds water their goats, sheep and donkeys at Guelta of Aloba in Ennedi.
One of several small salt lakes found in the Sahara. Useless for drinking water, but the people mine salt to sell from some of them. This one is in Kora.
A guelta located somewhere between Arbouchak and Abtouyour.
At the Bir Dugal Well in Ennedi. One of the cleaner wells, which we were able to pull water from to drink after purifying.
The Guelta Archei. Ennedi.
A caravan of camels somewhere along the “road” that connects Fada and Kalait.
At the Bir Dugal Well in Ennedi. Children use donkeys and camels to pull water up from the
Camels first water after seven days without. At Guelta Archei in Ennedi.
Young shepherds at Guelta of Aloba in Ennedi.
Guelta Archei in Ennedi.
Guelta of Aloba in Ennedi.
There are no gas stations in the Sahara, but rather you search for people who will sell you any fuel they have stored in drums wherever you can find it. Between Fada and Kalait.
The Well of Kalait.