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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...
Tipasa Algeria tour

Tipaza, Algeria: Unforgettable Roman Site

Tipaza or ‘Tipasa’ is a small coastal town in the northern part of Algeria at the foot of Mount Chenoua. The language of the locals is Berber and the town is sheltered by Chenoua. This port-city was an ideal site chosen by the Phoenicians travelling to the...
Visit Algeria

Is It Safe to Travel in Algeria?

There has been concern over the years whether it is safe to travel in Algeria. The answer is yes, it is safe to travel in most parts of Algeria. Those areas that are restricted, we do not recommend tourists to visit those regions and we will not include those areas in our Algeria...
Setif Algeria tour

Holidays in Algeria

Algeria is an Islamic country with specific holidays in Algeria that are strictly followed by all official authorities. The local population is also deeply respectful towards those dates. Therefore, if you are planning to travel to Algeria, you should at best keep in mind these...
Tipasa Algeria tour

Family Travel in Algeria

Algeria is a place full of history and culture that is worth exploring. A visit to this vast and beautiful country is an inspiring adventure for travelers that are looking to take on difficult terrains and are not intimidated by long distances. If you are thinking of a family...
Constantine Algeria

3 Must-See Sites in Constantine, Algeria

Encounter one of Algeria’s most picturesque cities as you gaze over the Rhumel Gorge in Constantine. This city of 500,000 should not be missed during your Algeria tour circuit.  Below are three reasons to take time to explore the city of bridges. Rhumel Gorge Make sure...