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DAHKLA > CHAMI

Stage 6 - january 4th  2016

 

STAGE 6 : 617 km

LIAISON : DAKHLA / BOULANOUAR : 438 km

SPECIAL STAGE : BOULANOUAR / CHAMI : 174 km 

TRANSFERT : CHAMI / BIVOUAC CHAMI : 5 km

 

 It will be around 5:00 am when the whole caravan of the AFRICA ECO RACE® will start a long liaison to the borders separating Morocco and Mauritania. After passing the No Man's Land between the two borders, vehicles will join the Mauritanian village of Boulanouar from where will be given the start of the day's special stage. Actually a well known stage now, quite fast on a sandy ground, but sometimes complicated in terms of cape navigation and off track. A fun exercise that will give a foretaste of the Mauritanian sand.

 

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