From November 26th 2019, I am crossing the Sahara on foot with six camels and three Amazigh guides, Brahim Ahalfi, Brahim Boutkhoum and Addi Bin Youssef. We will be walking around 2000km from Oued Chbika to the Mauritanian Border. I'll be trying to avoid the Deathstalker Scorpion and the Saharan Horned Viper and trying to find meteorite fragments and evidence of stone age settlements. Water will be our biggest concern and we will travel from well to well. A central part of the trip is to see first hand what is happening as a result of desertification to the landscape and the people of this area. The Sahara is enormous, it touches 11 countries in Africa, and it has grown by 10% in the last 100 years.