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Sorry but I removed a commercial message, although I would encourage people to visit the Akakus! --User:AAM | Talk 17:30, 25 April 2006 (UTC)
Has anyone visited this site - it sounds incredible
It is great indeed - I have been there. Visiting is possible only with a Libyan guide, one needs a Visa + an invitation to get into the country. One might meet other tourist groups at the major sites --User:AAM | Talk 19:08, 1 August 2006 (UTC)
It would be wonderful if someone with knowledge of Tadrart Acacus could update OpenStreetMap.org with a point of interest or area to represent Tadrart Acacus. Please message me if you would like assistance.
Snodnipper (talk) 10:22, 2 October 2017 (UTC)
The Acacus Mountains are a mountain range in western Libya, part of the Sahara. Situated east of the city of Ghat, they stretch north from the border with Algeria, about 100 kilometres (60 mi). The mountains have a large variation of landscapes, from different-coloured dunes to arches, gorges, isolated rocks and deep wadis. The area has a particularly rich array of prehistoric rock art.Photograph: Pir6mon