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  • Tourism Development Strategy Horizon 2025

    As the largest country in the Mediterranean region, and the second largest in Africa, Algeria has vast areas of unspoiled territory and visitors to the country can choose to explore the ...

  • Wildlife of Chréa National Park

    The Chréa National Park is one of Algeria's smaller conservation areas, but it is nonetheless home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Its ancient Atlas cedar forests are home to a ...

  • Birding in Djebel Babor Nature Reserve

    The ancient conifer and mixed forests of the Djebel Babor Nature Reserve located in the Djebel Babor Mountains of northern Algeria are home to a number of wildlife species, some of which are ...

  • A Brief History of Guelma

    The land upon which the Algerian city of Guelma now stands was once a Roman city in Numidia known as Calama. It is thought to have been established in 198 CE by the Phoenicians, at which time ...

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What to See

  • Travel

    Adventure Travel

    Algeria, with its wide open spaces, massive sand dunes, impressive mountains and deep canyons, is a country just waiting to be explored. Adventure travel in Algeria is booming! To cater for the numerous adventure tourists who visit the country, various companies have begun to offer unique Algerian adventure tours. Join us as we consider some the exciting activities on offer in this diverse ...

  • Sights

    M'Zab Valley

    In 1982, UNESCO recognized the M’Zab Valley as a World Heritage Site, not only because of its beauty, but the significance of the towns and villages that are located within this region of Algeria. The towns have adapted to suit their environment, while using traditional and ingenious methods to create environmentally friendly structures that blend into the landscapes of the M’Zab Valley. ...

  • Embassies

    U.K. Embassy

    The British Ambassador to Algeria, located at the Embassy of the United Kingdom based in Algiers, has the responsibility of maintaining the relationship between the United Kingdom and Algeria and to promote and encourage business relations between the two countries.

  • Business

    Real Estate

    If you have traveled to Algeria, you may have noticed that there are quite a few properties for sale in that country. And in a country where the currency is weak and properties are subsequently affordable, the idea of purchasing real estate in Algeria may be quite appealing. However, before you take such a giant leap, there is a lot you need to consider.

  • Sights

    Casbah of Algiers

    In 1992, UNESCO recognized a site in Algeria that is not only historical and fascinating, but which is still home to thousands of residents, namely the Casbah of Algiers. It is one of the most visited and impressive attractions in Algiers, and is a landmark to the city and a monument to its past. Originally constructed on the old Icosium ruins, the Casbash of Algiers has been transformed ...

  • Culture

    Famous People

    Algeria is the home country of many local and internationally recognized people. Famous people from Algeria include sports stars, literary figures, political leaders, activists, musicians and others. Some are well-known for the impact they have had on Algeria, both in the past and present. Other famous Algerians are renowned worldwide in their field.

  • Business

    Exports

    The biggest exports in Algeria are either mined or manufactured in the country. Agriculture plays a comparatively minor role in the country's overall economy. The vast majority of highly profitable mining or manufacturing concerns are owned and operated by the government and Algeria's government also oversees the instituting of economy-related laws and other necessary planning. In recent ...

  • Travel

    Airport guides

    Algeria has a large number of civilian airports that are open to general use. Airports dealing with the arrival and departure of international flights have a customs department, whilst airports servicing domestic traffic have none. The vast majority of Algeria's airports are paved and easily accessible, but some of the airports in outlying areas may be nothing more than an airstrip, which ...

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