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Have you ever visited a country where history comes to life? Where historical monuments and ancient sites fill its majestic lands with treasures from before? Come and unlock an extraordinary kingdom and explore the heart of North Africa.

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Have you ever visited a country where history comes to life? Where historical monuments and ancient sites fill its majestic lands with treasures from before? Come and unlock an extraordinary kingdom and explore the heart of North Africa.

Discover Libya ... home to some of Africa's most incredible archaeological wonders and remarkable desert scenery!
Let libya-direct.com take you on a journey where the spell-bounding sands of the Sahara meet the azure waters of the Mediterranean, where two significant places intercept and the riches of Africa were once showcased by caravans. Feast your eyes on the grandiose high mountain chains and emerald green fields and journey deeper into the enigma of the arid desert replenished by many a soothing oasis.

Be astonished at the beauty of the palm-fringed lakes embraced by the golden hue of the sand dunes in the desert's heart. Envision the ancient Romans bustling about the archaic sites and walk the very mosaic floors that they walked. The beauty and quality of the Libyan mosaics are considered as one of the planet's richest collections, marvel at the myriad of magnificent mosaics around this magnificent region. Encounter one of the world's most finest open-air prehistoric rock art galleries at Jebel Acacus, venture out to Waw-al-Namum, one of Libya's extinct volcanoes, where multi coloured lakes are encircled by black sand encircles or simply relax and unwind on the white sandy shoreline of the Mediterranean and bask in the warmth of the African sun. This historical masterpiece is the gateway between Tunisia and Egypt.