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Past Expeditions
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Past Expeditions
 
Bradshaw Foundation Travel Expeditions
Jebel Uweinat Expedition, Sudan. 7th - 24th March, 2013
 
An expedition using the south-eastern Sudanese approaches to Jebel Uweinat have always been a good alternative to the troubled western Libyan routes; in 2013 this was now possible. Departing from Khartoum, the key goal of the expedition was to reach Jebel Uweinat, testing the conditions and logistics in Sudan across the southern portion of the Libyan Desert. The expedition succeeded in exploring this remote region of the Sahara, discovering many rock art sites.
 
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Central Tassili N'Ajjer, South Algeria - October, 2012
 
This expedition was planned as a follow-up to the October 2011 trip to Tassili N'Ajjer, on the plateau above Djanet. It involved revisiting the most spectacular rock art sites as well as exploring new areas of the Tassili. Having picked up supplies, the team drove to Iherir where they took a guide and donkeys for a 7 day trek on the Tadjelahin plateau. The campsites, carefully chosen by Ibrahim, varied according to the terrain. One of the main rock art sites visited was Tin Abenhar.
 
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Upper Brandberg, Namibia - June 2012
 
Immediately after the helicopter supported trip of early June - Upper Brandberg, Namibia, May/June 2012 - the Brandberg was revisited for a nine day trekking expedition, allowing further exploration of areas and rock art sites not previously visited. Although a trekking expedition, a helicopter was arranged to drop off supplies along the route. The terrain was varied, and the treks arduous, but many spectacular rock art sites, such as Western Amis, Numas valley, Falls Rock, Ga'aseb Gorge and Orabeskopf, were visited and discovered.
 
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Upper Brandberg, Namibia - May/June 2012
 
This expedition was organised at the instigation of a number of friends who wished to see the rock art sites of the Upper Brandberg, but lacked the physical stamina necessary for the very tough treks normally required to reach the sites. We chartered a Bell 206B Jet Ranger from Expedite Aviation for the entire duration of our six day stay on the mountain, very skillfully and professionally piloted by Stefan Michaelis. Following the initial ascent, the helicopter re-joined us every other day to re-supply and move us to the next camp, then down the mountain on the last day. The expedition began in Windhoek, with the first campsite at Fish River Canyon, the second deepest canyon in the world.
 
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