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.
September (12.09.2023, 26.09.2023)
October (17.10.2023, 31.10.2023)
November (14.11.2023, 28.11.2023)
Departure Tuesday - Sept , Oct, Nov 2023 - March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov 2024
Transfer From Airport to Hotel.
Diner at Hotel.
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 Fromage au in the Romano-Byzantine style and consecrated on July 2, 1872.
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 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 covers 400,000 m2 (4, 300,000 sq ft) and overlooks 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.
Going to hotel.
Departure To Djemila National Park in Setif :
The site of Djémila is located 50 km north-east 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 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.
Departure to Tiddis: an authentic Berber site modified by Roman civilization and fitted out according to their urbanization systems. The site of Tiddis (or Castellum Tidditanorum) a flower hill,
formerly depended on Carta still retains Libyan inscriptions and symbols on Berber pottery. Direction Constantine.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Constantine is an important city in Mediterranean history. Formerly Cirta, capital of Numidia from 300 BC. AD to 46 BC. J.-C., it then passes under Roman domination. It is to Emperor Constantine I that it owes its current name, since 313.
Cirta Museum: The Cirta National Museum is a museum in Constantine, Algeria, which presents the past of the city from prehistory to the Numidian, Roman, Hafsid, Ottoman and colonial periods as well as vestiges of Tiddis and the Kalâa of the Beni Hammad.
Lunch in a traditional restaurant .
Visiting the Palace of Ahmed Bay: The palace of Ahmed Bey (the last Ottoman ruler of Constantine from 1826 to 1848) is one of the finest Ottoman era buildings in Algeria and it is considered the living trace of the Ottoman civilization in the country. This huge building (5609 m²) was built at the location of old houses contiguous to each other in Constantine Province. It was finished shortly before the capture of Constantine by the French colonialism and used to serve as a hospital for French troops under the name of “Hotel Division”. After independence, it was used as a site for some cultural events. In the early 1980s, the palace was restored and given back its original plan and look by a Polish Company. In 2009, this magnificent palace opened to the public and became a museum of arts and popular traditions.
the Bridge of sidi Mcid and old City of Constantine. Going Bridges Sidi Rached .
Dinner at Local Restaurant
departure to Batna By Road 120 Km with a stop in the Saltworks (large Chott where salt is produced).
going to The Madracen is a stone tumulus, 58.9 meters in diameter and 18.5 m high. It has a cylindrical part decorated on its perimeter, 60 Doric half-columns and three false doors.
It is the oldest preserved ancient royal mausoleum in North Africa. According to medieval historians, it would take its name from the king of Numidia, Madghis.
Then visiting the city Romain Timgad :
Timgad: 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, 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 covered an area of 12 hectares.
Dinner in a Hotel.
Transfer by Road to Oued Souf 340 Km.
The city of El Oued, the capital of Souf, is nicknamed “the city of a thousand domes”, the Algerians call it “Oued Souf”.
Visiting Zaouai Tidjani: its mosque was built in 1789.
then Musee Oued Souf: this is Musee you can know all history of this city.
– Enter to Hotel in the desert.
32 Hectares is area of this Hotel.
Then Going to a local restaurant.
Visiting Old market to Oued soup – then visiting El Oued Musse.
Going to the desert with 4×4 cars.
The desert safari provides about 60 minutes of exciting dune bashing along with an electrifying camp journey where you can enjoy quad biking, camel riding, and sand skiing.
Dinner in the Desert.
It’s paid because we are in the desert.
Transfer by Road to Touggourt 80 Km.
Then Laqe Lala Fatma-Megarine. Lunch in Oasis. It’s paid because we are in the oasis.
Going to Zelfana by Road 260 Km.
Zelfana It is also called the city of mineral baths due to its presence in the region. It is also considered a tourist city that is visited by tourists from all over the country and abroad due to its multiple therapeutic benefits such as skin diseases, rheumatism, and others. It is also characterized by fruitful palm oases of all kinds, especially Deglet Nour.
Naturel mineral bath in Hotel.
Check-in Hotel and dinner, it’s paid.
Transfer by Road To Ghardaïa 70 km.
Old Market :
The old market of Ghardaia. The old market is considered a carrier of the country’s civilization and culture. It is distinguished by its wonderful architecture and design as if you go back centuries ago. It was established
Castle of Beni Yezgen :
Beni Isguen is one of the cities of the Pentapolis (five cities) of Mzab. It is the only one of the pentapolis to be built on the side of a rocky hill and not to have been built on the M’zab wadi, it is located between the ksar of Melika and that of Bounoura. It is located 600 km south of Algiers and has a palm grove upstream.Like the other cities of the Pentapolis, Beni Isguen was founded in the eleventh century, in 1051, by Ibadite refugees from Tahert, after the destruction of the Rostemid kingdom by the Fatimids in the tenth century., have been classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco since 1982.
Castle of tafilalet:
The city is built according to the principles of Ksourian architecture, and adapted to the proximity of the desert.
The 6,000 inhabitants of the city are mainly Mozabites of the Ibadi Muslim religion. A charter makes touiza obligatory, that is to say participation in work of general interest, such as construction or cleaning1.
The houses are divided into blocks of 28 to 30 houses, in which each is responsible for cleanliness in turn .
Castle of Elateuf :
The city of El Atteuf is one of the cities of Mzab, it is classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Built-in 1012, El Atteuf is the oldest of the seven cities of Mzab.
Castle of Bounnoura: Bannoura castle was established in the eleventh century on the top of the hill, where the Mzab valley intersects at the bottom with one of its tributaries called “wad ‘will”
Afternoon: Flights From Ghardaia to Oran Airport.
Transfer from airport to hotel.
Going For an afternoon walk in town, the Town Hall with its Two Lions, the Theater, then the Seafront, in the evening dinner and overnight in Oran.
Visit to the Chapel of Santa Cruz, Visit the fort, then we will visit the neighborhood Spanish with the Bey’s Palace and the Hassan Pasha Mosque in Oran built in 1796, under the reign of Bey Mohamed El-Kèbir, by order Pasha Baba Hassan of Algiers, launched at the fishery.
Afternoon visits the association of Sidi Houari which will make us discover everything of their work of restoring the heritage of Old Oran.
Flight To Oran-Algiers
Transfer From the Airport to Tipaza 90 Km by Road.
Dinner At Hotel.
Morning: visit the ancient city located on West Hill, the theater, circus, and thermal baths.
(This site is classified by Unesco in the Heritage of Humanity). Numerous Punic, Roman, Christian, and African remains.
On the way back we make a detour to visit the Royal Mausoleum of the Mauritania, called Tombeau de la Chrétienne.
Lunch at Tipaza,
Relax in the hotel, and walk near the Beach.
Diner at a restaurant in front of the sea.
Transfer from the hotel to the Airport.
Flying back home.
The Tour include:
|ALGIERS||Hotel Azur Kouba 4*/
Hotel Lamaraz Hotel 4*
|Constantine||Elbey Hotel 4*/
Novetel Hotel 4*
|Batna||Hotel Messouadi 4*||1|
|Oued Souf||Gazelle Dor 5*||2|
|Zelfana||Soleil Tour 4*||1|
|Ghardaia||Mzab Hotel 3*||2|
|Oran||Ibis Hotel 3*
Jasmine Hotel 4*
|Tipaza||Complexe Cet Tipaza Village 4*/ Hotel Azur Vouge 4*||2|
|Double||£ 1620||£ 1520||£ 1430|
Extra: £450 For Single Room.
|ALGIERS||Sofitel Sun Garden 5*||2|
|Constantine||Marroitt Constuntine 5*||2|
|Batna||Hotel Messouadi 4*||1|
|Oued Souf||Gazelle Dor 5*||2|
|Zelfana||Soleil Tour 4*||1|
|Ghardaia||Caraven Serail 3*||2|
|Oran||Le Méridien Oran 5*||1|
|Tipaza||Mazafran Hotel 4*||2|
|Double||£ 2030||£ 1855||£ 1750|
Extra : £450 For Single Room.