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Highlights of Algeria Tour

Do You Need a Visa to Go to Algeria?

To enter Algeria you might be required to hold a visa. There are some visa exemptions applicable for countries neighbouring Algeria. Although for some nationalities it is possible to obtain a visa upon arrival, it is highly recommended for travelers to check the requirements for...
General Information About Algeria

General Information About Algeria Before Your Tour

Algeria is the largest country in Africa and among the world leaders in producing and exporting oil and natural gas. Here are some information about Algeria before your Algeria tour.
Hot Springs Cascade Petrified Waterfall Guelma

Guelma – A Historical Site in Algeria You Must Visit

Guelma is located in the northeastern part of Algeria about 65 kilometers from the Mediterranean coast. When travelling around the country, this is an inevitable archaeological stop with beautiful surroundings. The city offers considerable historical and archaeological sites that...
Information About Algeria

Cultural Etiquette While Traveling in Algeria

Algeria is a traditional Muslim country and is a fascinating place to visit. The country houses many historical and cultural monuments and artifacts making it a preferred tourist destination. While traveling in Algeria, it is important to follow the cultural etiquette in Algeria...
Meg Algeria Tour

Can I Drink Alcohol in Algeria During a Tour?

Algeria is well known country that produces beer and wines. Alcohol in Algeria however are quite difficult to find inland due to religious and cultural restrictions. When visiting the country you will find that alcohol in Algeria is not sold everywhere and is at time completely...
Annaba Algeria tour

When to Visit Algeria

Algeria is located in Northern Africa with a territory of approximately 2.4 million square km and is the eleventh biggest country in the world. It is bordering Tunisia and Libya to the East, Niger, Mali and Mauritania to the South and Morocco to the West. Its shores are being...