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traveling through Libya

I´m interested in visiting the Berbers, checking out Roman ruins et al. However, I don´t own a bike, and I *might* be travelling alone. I thought about visiting Petra and Amman and the Bedouins, should I give that up re: raising tension? So old pro´s, bit of advice for this here young traveller. Should I forget about it, etc.. I am transient in Spain as well, so getting visas, I assume, will be difficult. Thanks, all.
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Hello CT

Suggest you start with the following posts, then do a search on Libya on the HU Bulletin Board, there's quite a bit of info already. Come back with specific questions when you've digested it all.

http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/ubb...ML/000125.html

http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/ubb...ML/000106.html

http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/ubb...ML/000024.html

The situation in Libya is changeable, and whether you can get a visa may depend on your nationality, and the particular embassy you apply through. Certainly will be easier without a vehicle, and it is worth persevering to see - check out our description of what we saw in 1997.
http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/johnson/Libya.shtml

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Petra and Amman are Jordanian cities. You need to cross Egypt (carnet) to get from Lybia to Jordania. Although Egypt and Jordania do not border each other, there is a ferry between the two countries across the gulf of Aquaba (Red Sea). So you don´t have to go through Israel. But there were reports a few years ago, that this ferry does not take motorcycles.
With the tensions rising in Arabia, and George Bushs war speaches, I would not go there with an American bike. Canadian or (better)European plates should be okay.
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