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Algeria – Awesome Algeria – East 07 Days Trip

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  • 7 or 8 Days
  • Max Guests : 20
  • Wifi Available
  • Sept 23 - 30

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Africa’s largest country lies just a short hop from Europe. The north, with its snow-flecked mountains and stunning coastline, is home to urbane and charismatic cities such as Algiers and Constantine, as well as some of the most magnificent Roman sites in existence including Timgad and Djemila, both vast, perfectly preserved Roman towns with barely another tourist in sight.

Algeria has been the largest country in Africa since the partition of Sudan. It covers an area of almost 2.4 million km²; for comparison, it is four times the size of France or about 3.5 times the size of the U.S. state of Texas.

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.

The Tell Atlas Mountain range runs parallel to the Mediterranean coast and separates the narrow coastal plains along the Mediterranean from the southern desert. It stretches around 2,500 km (1,600 mi) through Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. More than 80% of Algeria’s landscape lies in the western part of the Sahara, the largest hot desert in the world.

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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Price Includes:

  • Transport: By plane or Bus from Algiers (Go – Return).
  • Accommodation in 3* 4* hotels including breakfast
  • Excursion: With local guide.
  • Assistance: Permanent.

Price Excludes:

  • Airline tickets to Madrid and Algiers – approximate fares to be expected LIS-MAD-ALG-MAD-LIS €525 per person **
  • Lunch (except when advised in itinerary) and Dinner in Algiers.
  • Visa
  • Tips
  • Travel Insurance

Extra:

– Plane ticket reservation: €30

** pricing advised is an estimate value based on survey performed in May22.

Itinerary

DAY 1 - ARRIVAL ALGIERS

Our trip starts upon arrival at Algiers Airport.
You will be taken to your hotel. 

Dinner and overnight in Algiers..

DAY 2 – - ALGIERS

Breakfast in hotel.

Visit of Algiers to visit the main sites
– Botanical garden of Hamma – Garden of the trials
– Memorial of the martyrs
– Basilica of Our Lady of Africa
– National Museum of Bardo
– Museum of Fine Arts

Return to the hotel
Dinner and overnight in Algiers. Dinner is free.

DAY 3 – TIKJDA

Breakfast at the hotel

This morning we hike near nature in Tikjda.

Tikjda is a ski resort located in a mountain range named Djurdjura, northern Algeria, with an altitude of 1,600 metres (5,250 feet), in the province of Bouïra.
In the summers, Tikjda offers walks, rock climbing and many short excursions, with places like Point de vue du Djurdjura and Gouffre de l’Akouker. The area around Tikjda has many peaks and hillsides covered with cedar forests.

Circuit Hiking Tikjda-Lake Goulmine – Circuit of 16 km in denivelled in the way which leads to Tala-Guilef, Hike of Tikjda until the highest lake of Africa has more than 1770m while passing by culminating points which touch the 2000 m of altitude, the level of difficulty is Easy on a scale of 3 / 5

Return to the hotel
Dinner and overnight in Algiers. Dinner is free.

DAY 4 – CONSTANTINE

Breakfast at the hotel

Departure to the east of the country – Constantine

Constantine, also spelled Qacentina[or Kasantina, is the capital of Constantine Province in northeastern Algeria. During Roman times it was called Cirta and was renamed “Constantina” in honor of emperor Constantine the Great. It was the capital of the French department of Constantine until 1962. Located somewhat inland, Constantine is about 80 kilometres (50 miles) from the Mediterranean coast, on the banks of the Rhumel River.

Dinner and overnight in Constantine. Dinner is free. 

DAY 5 – BATNA

Breakfast at the hotel

Visit of the Roman ruins of Batna, in the east of the country. Batna (Arabic: باتنة, Bātnah) is the main city and commune of Batna Province, Algeria.

The Roman ruins of Timgad are located in the city of Batna.
Timgad (Arabic: تيمقاد, romanized: Tīmgād, known as Marciana Traiana Thamugadi) was a Roman city in the Aurès Mountains of Algeria. It was founded by the Roman Emperor Trajan around CE 100.

Dinner and overnight in Batna. Dinner is free.

DAY 6 – RETURN TO ALGIERS

Breakfast in the hotel.

Return to Algiers
We will try to take the first flight from Constantine and in the afternoon we will visit the city of Tipaza for “Roman Ruins, Port, Beach, Golden Horn.

Some free time to walk around and buy souvenirs

DAY 7 – 11 OCT - ALGIERS

Breakfast in hotel.

Transfer to the airport for your flight home

Group minimum 06

Rates:
EUR1050 Per person sharing

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Weather:

Algeria is the largest country on the African continent, 80% of which is occupied by the largest desert on earth – the Sahara. The length of the coastline of Algeria is quite impressive too – as much as 998 km.

Having at its disposal a rather large territory, the natural world of Algeria is very diverse, and includes: plains, deserts and semi-deserts, including sandy and stony, the highlands of Ahaggar, and also the Atlas Mountains.

The climate of Algeria in the northern part of the country is subtropical Mediterranean, in the central and southern parts of the country it’s a tropical desert.

The climate is changing from north to south. On the Mediterranean coast, the climate is more comfortable for living, it has a moderately warm, humid winter and a hot summer. And the central and southern parts of Algeria are more severe – the Sahara Desert lies here, where it’s very dry and very hot for almost a year, besides huge sandstorms often rise here. Features of desert areas are very sharp fluctuations in air temperatures during day and night. The climate of northern Sahara is determined by stable high-pressure cells located above the Northern Tropics.

Autumn in Algeria, in the northern part of the country, begins in early October. The first half of the month, as a rule, is sunny and quite comfortable for rest, from the middle of October the real autumn comes on the coast, the sky is clouded with low clouds, rains can pass, but this happens infrequently. In the central part of the country, there are practically no rains in October, and the air temperature here is higher, of the order of + 20 °C in the daytime. November continues the trend of October with a decrease in the average air temperature, on average, to + 15 °C, the weather in November, as a rule, is not pleasant, it’s pretty cloudy, and the rains are coming.

Required clothing
Cotton and linen lightweights are best for winter months and for evenings in desert areas. Woollens and light rainwear are advised for the winter along the coast and the Hauts Plateaux. Remember that desert temperatures can drop very low during the night, so don’t get caught out with only flimsy layers. South of the Sahara, from mid­ December to mid-January, temperatures drop and warm clothes are necessary both in the morning and the evening. A mountain sleeping bag is also required when camping.

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Currency:

The currency in Algeria is the Dinar. Dinar (DZD) = 100 centimes. Notes are in denominations of DZD1,000, 500, 200, 100 and 50. Coins are in denominations of DZD100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1, and 50, 20, 1O, 5 and 1 centimes.

Note: Because of the very strict adherence of the authorities to these regulations, visitors are strongly advised not to be associated with the black market, which tends to concentrate on the Euro and portable electronics.

Credit cards are generally only accepted in urban areas. Payment in cash is always preferred.

ATM – here are two or three functioning ATMs in Algiers, but they cannot be relied upon and there is black market for currency exchange. 

ln the past, difficulties have arisen when trying to exchange currency in Algeria, with only one national bank (La Banque Extérieure d’Algérie) able to exchange foreign currency at branches in major business centres. Difficulties are now decreasing and it is possible, for example, to exchange currency at some of the larger hotels. However, the facilities for currency exchange remain quite limited.


Vaccination:

Covid

*** Effective EFFECTIVE Nov 07,2022 TOTAL REMOVAL OF SANITARY RESTRICTIONS

 

Yellow fever
Yellow fever vaccination certificate required for travellers aged 1 year or over arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission and for travellers having transited more than 12 hours through the airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission. 

Vaccination against hepatitis B and tuberculosis is sometimes advised. Rabies is present.
For those at high risk, vaccination before arrival should be considered. lf you are bitten, seek medical help without delay.
There is little to no risk of malaria.
Algeria’s climate is dry and hot, so wearing sunscreen and a hat to shield from midday sun, is advised, as is having drinking water with you.

Trip Highlights:

Memorial of the martyrs
Basilica of Our Lady of Africa
Tikjda
Constantine
Timgad

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