Preparing for Your Algeria Tour

Euors & Dollars

Algeria is quickly becoming one of North Africa’s sought out travel destinations. The country has been investing more in the tourism industry with new hotels popping up in major cities. If you are looking to escape the tourist crowds then Algeria is the place to go, but this may change as more and more people are visiting this fascinating country. Travelers are often nervous about the safety of exploring Algeria, but in reality, it is a very traveler-friendly country with warm hospitality. We ensure that all our tours are accompanied by an Algerian travel expert who will make sure you experience the best of this country. Below are 3 ways for preparing for your Algeria tour:

Climbing the Roman Site of Tiddis
Climbing the Roman Site of Tiddis

1. Algeria tourist visa: Most travelers will be required to have an Algeria tourist visa before arriving in Algeria. We will assist you with the documents required for your visa application. When you have paid your deposit for the trip we will send you a letter of invitation along with information and required documents for your application. In the US and Canada, most travelers receive their tourist visas in 10-15 working days.

2. Prepare in advance: Please make sure you plan 3-6 months in advance for your Algeria tour to make sure that you are not scrambling at the end to receive your tourist visa.

Euors & Dollars
Euros & Dollars

3. Take along USD or Euros: Make sure you bring some US Dollars or Euros along on your tour. You can exchange these at the airport or banks since ATM machines may not work and most places do not accept credit cards. We will send you a recommended amount based on the tour you have chosen if it is full board (all meals included) or half-board.

Our travel experts at Mosaic North Africa would love to help you in preparing for your Algeria tour. Contact us today at info@mosaicnorthafrica.com

About the author

Kevin Dyck is the founder of Mosaic North Africa and has over 11 years experience living in North African countries. He is an Arabic speaker with a passion for travelers to encounter the diverse cultures and natural beauty found throughout the North Africa region. He currently lives in and works for MNA from Tunis, Tunisia.

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