The Libyan Desert Is Known For Going For Decades Without Rain
The eastern and northern sections of the Sahara Desert make up the Libyan Desert. In an ideal world, it would be a section of the Sahara Desert in Libya. The Libyan Desert is noted for being the Sahara's harshest, driest, and most isolated area. With daytime temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celsius, this area might spend decades without rain.