Sahara – Day 4

I imagine I am starting to smell by this point.
I’m probably whining a bit as well.

This is our last full day in the Jebel Bani range and today’s hike takes us on a gradual climb along the ridge of the range towards the Tizi Laouj. “Tizi” means “Pass” in the Berber language and throughout the day the dunes will remain hidden from view by the mountain ridge, leaving something magical to look forward to on Day 5. The pattern of the days will start to establish themselves as we get into the rhythm and pace of the desert and tonight’s camp will be set up below the pass. Dinner and overnight wild camp below the Tizi Laouj.

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