Timia Travel Guide

  • great traveloptions by camel
    great traveloptions by camel
    by Bonobo2005
  • Nightlife in Timia
    Nightlife in Timia
    by Bonobo2005
  • TIMIA
    TIMIA
    by Bonobo2005

Timia Transportation

  • Sometimes, Travellers need some luck…

    Continued from "Must See"-TipsDuring the morning of my third day in Timia, again no vehicles passed by. Even the truck that was expected yesterday, hadn’t arrived yet. I had given up hope to be I time for the Cure Salee festival and spent another couple of extremely lazy and enjoyable silent hours at the cascade when suddenly, around 11am, Moussa...

    more
  • Finally reaching Timia

    We kept following the main track. Both the camels and I were completely exhausted. It was dark now and nothing to enjoy anymore. I had a really hard time now, after 10 hours on the saddle. I couldn’t persuade my camel anymore to follow the others. “More only one hour”, Moussa – 50 meters in front - shouted. I was in a state of giving up, and became...

    more
  • Sometimes, Travellers need some luck...

    But still, I was so happy to have the ride. Late in the afternoon we reached Agadez. Next day I left for Ingall, where the (official) Cure Salee Festival still lasted for at least two more days (check out my Ingall page). When I returned from Ingall I met Moussa again. He told me still no other vehicle had arrived from Timia...Sometimes travellers...

    more

Timia Favorites

See all 18 Favorites in Timia
  • A Tuareg Music Performance

    After dinner Ahmed suggested to invite some men for a traditional Tuareg music session. A great idea! Two days before, in the truck, I had heard some tapes of the Tuareg “war” songs and the tunes were still echoing in my head. A young guitar player arrived and after tea the private concert started. Busee sang and Conan made the rhythm using...

    more
  • An Afternoon in Timia

    Around 4.30 PM the caretaker returned to close the Fort again, but unfortunately he broke his key in the front door. What a pity…he had to renew the lock, that first had to be ordered from the Agadez truck on its next arrival. I decided the young man deserved a good tip…I just wandered around the gardens and the village until darkness. The end of...

    more
  • A warm Welcome in Timia

    continued from "Transportation Tips"It was dark when we finally wandered through the alleys in Timia to the house of “a friend”. We arrived totally unexpected and quite late, but Ahmed, owner of one of the two little stores in the oasis town, welcomed us in as best friends. The mud brick house was extended with a walled 10m2. courtyard, some...

    more

Instant Answers: Timia

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

74 travelers online now

Comments

Map of Timia

View all Timia hotels