Welcome to Algeria


Algeria’s other big draw is its extraordinary Saharan region. Whether it’s a glimpse of the sand seas that surround Timimoun, or the burnt-red mountains of the far south, these are the desert landscapes of legend.

But, for all its peach-coloured dunes and grand ruins, it's perhaps the Algerians themselves, who welcome visitors with warmth and curiosity, that are the real highlight of this nation. For accessible adventure and a complex, enthralling cultural odyssey, head for Algeria.


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$84 Cultural & Theme Tours

Best of Algiers Tour

Enjoy a complementary hotel pick up within Algiers downtown , we'll first start our visit in the upper part of Casbah in which we will stroll down the narrowed streets and visit the centenary house designed in the early 20th centurywhich offers an amazing rooftop view on the bay of Algiers walk down the streets that are filled with history , pass by some craftsmen shops and visit of the palace of khedaouj el amia and the palace of Mustapha Pasha two of the few palaces of the Ottoman era which conceals the Casbah today and which shelter respectively the Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions and the Museum of Calligraphy and the miniature, pass by the Ketchaoua mosque and carry on to The Palais des Rais, also known as Bastion 23, is a classified historical monument, It is notable for its architecture and for being the last surviving quarter of the lower Casbah, afterwards we'll go uphill to the basilica of Notre Dame d'Afrique (lady of Africa) , is a Roman Catholic basilica that was inaugurated in 1872we usually cater traditional lunch upon request as an extra charge afterwards we'll visit the Hamma botanical garden and its different sections from French to English styles & end up the tour by visiting the symbolic Martyr's monumen and its museum , an iconic concrete monument commemorating the Algerian war for independence. The monument was opened in 1982 on the 20th anniversary of Algeria's independence. It is fashioned in the shape of three standing palm leaves which shelter the "Eternal Flame" beneathhotel pick up 8:30 - 9 am hotel drop off : 5 - 5:30 pmincluded : hotel transfers admission tickets English guide Excluded :Lunch & drinksGratuities ( optional

$120 Kid Friendly

Constantine Walking Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Palais d'Ahmed Bey, Constantine, Constantine Province we navigate through the Casbah until we reach the Bey's Palace and after that we continue to the right side to the narrow streets of the Casbah directly to the Boulevard of the Abyss and along the pieced gorges where the you can enjoy tthe picturesque landscapes up until we reach the square and the suspended Sidi M'Cid Bridge, after we cross it we climb up the stairs and in the meantime you can have a vantage point to take some good pictures of the rear side of the bridge and its surroundings then we continue up to the Monument to the Dead and down to the high cliffs ,Afterwards go back to the same point where we climbed the stairs and continue along the hospital way until the cable cars stairs then we descend and go directly to the Bab El Kantara where can see the old bridge built by Salah Bey and then on to see the Rail Way station on the right side and beside it there is the statue of Constantine the Great. We pursue our walk and turn right again to see the so called the Melah Sliman bridge or the footbridge/wobbly bridge/Elevator bridge. Then we climb the stairs or take the elevator up to Igherssen Restaurant to have lunch , After Lunch we head down the Chatt which is the main entrance to the old city or Souika and then after exploring it there is one way out to see and walk on the Stone Bridge or the Viaduct of Sidi Rached and at the same time we can see fron a vantage point the Devil's Bridge or the beam bridge just below it and the extension of the park of Bardo as well as the Zaouia of the Saint Sidi Rached. Then, continue back to the second line of the bridge to the main city and then the stairs of the Koudia Atty to visit the national museum of Cirta. After the museum we either go to buy the Jawziya from one of the renowned shop in constantine or we can skip it if you're not interested. We take up the Tramway in the terminal station of Ben Abdel Malek Ramdan and go directly to the mosque of El Amir Abdelkader which will be our last stop.Duration: 8 hours

$144 Kid Friendly

Djemila Roman Ruins Authentic Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Cuicul Roman Ruins, Djemila, Setif ProvinceIt's a day trip from Constantine to visit the Roman Ruins of Djemila it's about 2 hours drive from Constantine , ( LUNCH included ) Djémila Known under its antique name Cuicul, is an establishment of an ancient Roman colony founded during the reign of Nerva (96 - 98 A.D.). The Roman town occupied a singular defensive position. Cuicul is one of the flowers of Roman architecture in North Africa. Remarkably adapted to the constraints of the mountainous site, on a rocky spur which spreads at an altitude of 900 m, between the wadi Guergour and the wadi Betame, two mountain torrents, the town has its own Senate and Forum. Around the beginning of the 3rd century, it expanded beyond its ramparts with the creation of the Septimius Severus Temple, the Arch of Caracalla, the market and the civil basilica. The site has also been marked by Christianity in the form of several cult buildings: a cathedral, a church and its baptistry are considered among the biggest of the Paleochristian period. The site of Djémila comprises an impressive collection of mosaic pavings, illustrating mythological tales and scenes of daily life. Duration: 3 hours

$18 Cultural & Theme Tours

Tipaza Roman Ruins Tour

Enjoy a trip to Roman ruins in Algeria , roughly around 1 hour drive from Algiers our stop will be Cherchell ( extra option ) , Phoenicians from Carthage founded a town at Cherchell around 400 BC, in an area on the northern Maghreb littoral 100 km west of Algiers. Established as a trading stationCherchell became a part of the kingdom of Numidia under Jugurtha, who died in 104 BC. It served as a key city for the polity's Berber monarchy and generals.Afterwards we'll be headed to Tipaza port , first for grilled fresh fish , lunch is included in your tour package When it was part of the Roman Empire, it was called Tipasa. The modern town was founded in 1857, and is chiefly remarkable for its ancient ruins and sandy littoral.as the city was then called, was an old Punic trading-post conquered by Ancient Rome. It was subsequently turned into a military colony by the emperor Claudius for the conquest of the kingdoms of Mauretania.Once done with the visit , we'll drive back to Algiers and drop off at hotel

$45 Day Trips & Excursions

Day tour to discover Algiers attractions

09.00 AM pick up from your hotel in Algiers for a full day tour to visit The Bardo National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography, is an ancient and spectacular Algerian mansion that has been immaculately restored and transformed to become the Bardo Museum of Algeria. The building is a spectacular attraction in its own right, with its superb architecture and decorative design, and it houses some of the best and most exclusive artifacts and unusual items that visitors are ever likely to see.Then proceed to visit Kasbah of Algiers, The Kasbah is a unique kind of medina, or Islamic city. It stands in one of the finest coastal sites on the Mediterranean, overlooking the islands where a Carthaginian trading-post was established in the 4th century BC. There are the remains of the citadel, old mosques and Ottoman-style palaces as well as the remains of a traditional urban structure associated with a deep-rooted sense of community.

$43 Cultural & Theme Tours

03 hours city tour to visit Martyrs' Memorial, Algiers

09.00 AM Pick up from the hotel for a guided tour to visit The Maqam Echahid (Martyrs' Memorial), is a monument to the Algerian War for Independence. The monument was opened in 1982 on the 20th anniversary of Algeria's independence.The Martyr’s Memorial is a representation of three palm leaves standing together. At the edge of each palm leaf there is a stone soldier standing guard. Underneath the dramatic stone fronds is an “eternal flame”.Built on the site of an ancient fort, the striking monument is a tribute to the soldiers that lost their life in the Algerian War of Independence which raged from 1954 – 1962.after the tour return back to the hotel