Algeria – Cultural Vacation 5 days

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5 days
Availability : March to Nov
Manchester, London
Min Age : 25


The best time to visit Algeria is during the spring (March to May) or autumn (September to November) when the weather is mild and pleasant. The temperatures during these seasons are generally comfortable, ranging from around 15°C (59°F) to 25°C (77°F) in most parts of the country.

During the spring, the landscapes come alive with beautiful blooming flowers and greenery, making it a visually appealing time to explore the country. Autumn is also a great time to visit as the summer heat starts to subside, allowing for more comfortable outdoor activities.

  1. Spring (March to May): This is considered one of the best times to visit Algeria, as the weather is mild and pleasant. It’s an ideal time for exploring historic sites, coastal cities, and the Sahara Desert without extreme temperatures.
  2. Autumn (September to November): Like spring, autumn offers comfortable temperatures for outdoor activities and sightseeing. It’s also a good time to visit the southern desert regions, as the scorching summer heat starts to subside.
  3. Coastal areas in summer (June to August): If you prefer beach activities and want to enjoy the Mediterranean coast, the summer months are suitable. However, keep in mind that it can get hot, especially in July and August.
  4. Desert regions in winter (December to February): If you’re planning to visit the Sahara Desert, the winter months are recommended to avoid extreme temperatures. While the days can be pleasant, nights can get quite cold, so pack accordingly.

Departure 2023

September (15.09.2023)
October (20.10.2023)
November (17.11.2023)


Departure 2024

March (15.03.2023)
April (19.04.2024)
May (17.05.2024)
September (20.09.2024)
October (18.10.2024)
November (15.11.2024)




Manchester, London

Departure Time

Sept, Oct, Nov 2023 - March, April May, Aug, Sept, Oct , Nov 2024

Dress Code



Day 1

Arrival in Algiers Airport

Arrival at ALGIERS Airport. Transfer from Airport to Hotel. Lunch in the Hotel.

Start Trip at 15:00.

Martyrs’ Memorial:

Martyrs’ Memorial is a concrete monument commemorating the Algerian War. 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” under it. At the edge of each palm leaf is a statue of a soldier representing a stage of Algeria’s struggle for independence.

The Jardin d’Essai  :

botanical jewel of more than 3,000 plant species offering a real breath of fresh air in the heart of Algiers.

The creation of the Jardin d’Essai was decided in 1832 by the French general Avisard. When it was created, the park had an area of 5 hectares. Since then, the Garden has continued to grow and now covers an area of 32 hectares.

Diner at Vip Restaurant.

The Great Mosque of Algiers :

is a mosque in Algiers, Algeria. It houses the world’s tallest minaret and is the third-largest mosque in the world

The mosque sits on a site covering 400,000 m2 (4, 300,000 sq ft) and overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The prayer hall has a capacity of 37,000 worshipers, while the structure including the compound can house up to 120,000 worshipers and has parking space for 7,000 cars. The complex also houses a Quran school, a park, a library, a staff housing area, a fire station, a museum of Islamic art, and a research center on the history of Algeria.

Dinner at Vip Restaurant.

Day 2

Algiers City Tour


The Bastion 23 :

The history of the palace begins with the construction of Bordj-Ez-zombie in 1576 by the Dey Ramdan Pasha, and this is in order to strengthen the means of defense of the lower medina.

Casbah of Algiers

Dame d´Afrique :

The Notre Dame d’Afrique basilic is one of the minor basilicas of the Catholic Church. It is located in the municipality of Bologhine, west of Algiers, on a promontory overlooking the sea at an altitude of 124 m.

It was built by the architect Jean-Eugène Fromageau in the Romano-Byzantine style and consecrated on July 2, 1872. The exterior is characterized by a high dome, fixed on a cylindrical drum. This basilica has the particularity of having the apse to the southwest, rather than to the East as usual.


Diner at Local Restaurant with Gala in Kasbah Old City.


Day 3

Timgad City Tour


Flights From Algiers to Biskra at 08 :20 -09:10 Am-AH 6040 Air Algerie .

Going By Road From Biskra To batna , you can see in the road PalmGrove –Visiting Market Elouataya For buy Dattes , Gift .then Going To visitng Timgad .

Then going by road to Timgad .. Lunch in Tradionnel Restaurant .Visiting Timgad Romain City:

nicknamed the “Pompeii of North Africa.

It was founded by the Roman Emperor Trajan in 100 and endowed with the status of a colony. This is the last “colony deduction” in Roman Africa, that is to say a colony mainly populated by Roman citizens (often by the way former Roman soldiers). Built with its temples, thermal baths, forum and theater, the city, initially covering an area of 12 hectares.

Then continue with a visit to the Médracen which is a famous Berber tomb . Then going to the hotel.

Dinner at hotel.

Day 4

Djemila national park


Departure from Batna to Djemila National Park by express road 130 Km:

The site of Djémila is located 50 km northeast of the town of Sétif. Known under its antique name Cuicul, Djémila 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 that 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 savings, illustrating mythological tales and scenes of daily life.

Then going by express road to Constantine.

Visiting Bridge of Sidi Mcid and monnie mont of Constantine. Diner in Hotel.

Day 5

Constantine – Departure

Visting Amir Abdelkader mosque , after Ksar ElBay. then Cirta Museum us going to the Visit, After Lunch Transfer to Constantine AIRPORT (CZL). At 14:00.



Transportation :

New Bus 35 seats with A/C, and CD player for the group bigger than 10 Pax.

New Bus 50 seats with A/C, and CD player for the group bigger than 15 Pax.

New car with 14 seats for the group with 6 Pax.

New Bus Higer 35 Seats For Group With 16 Pax.


1 Flight Ticket.
Tourist Vehicle with Air Conditioning with driver during the trip.
Hotel in TWIN/Single room 5 Nights.
Full Board.
Hotel: 4 -5stars.
English speaking guide.



Cities Hotel Nights
ALGIERS Lamaraz Arts Hotel 4* 2
Constantine Marroitt Hotel  5* 1
Batna Messoudi Hotel 4* 1



Price /Bax 10+1 15+1 20+1
Double Room £ 890 £ 790 £ 750

Extra:  £350 For a Single Room.

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