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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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  • National Parks

    Tassili n'Ajjer National Park

    Most national parks and reserves are created to protect and conserve a designated area, to ensure the future of bio-diverse systems and to provide the animals with a safe environment to live in, guaranteeing the survival of hundreds of species. The Tassili n'Ajjer National Park is unique in the respect of it being created to conserve a mountain range and is not only a national park, but a ...

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  • 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.

  • Regions

    Saharan Algeria

    Covering a vast area in the south of Algeria, the Saharan Algeria Region consists of desert terrain as far as the eye can see, with lush oasis towns and villages scattered throughout the region like precious gems in the sand. These settlements are often inhabited by families who have lived there for generations, many with fascinating tales to tell of the extensive history and fascinating ...

  • 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 ...

  • Singles

    Women

    Are you looking for a soul mate, someone to spend the rest of your life with? Or maybe you are just interested in an online flirtation. Algeria.com is here to help. Algeria.com's new Algerian Dating Services are set to be launched very soon. Our online Algerian single's service will give you an opportunity to view the profiles of wonderful Algerian women including photos, biographies ...

  • National Parks

    Belezma National Park

    The Belezma National Park is located around 25 kilometers north-west of the town of Batna in the North East Region of Algeria. Incorporating the Belezma Mountains, the park covers an area of more than 262 square kilometers and has a climate ranging from cool sub-humid to dry semi-arid, providing a variety of habitats suitable for the more than 300 resident species of wildlife. The park also ...

  • Culture

    Television

    Local Algerian TV is limited to just one station. Electronic media (TV and Radio) in Algeria is state-controlled. However, the printed press is very active and often has much to say about the authorities. Whilst there are no censorship laws as such, legislation states that those insulting or slandering government officials can face prison or hefty fines.

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