Bespoke Tours for Bespoke Clients
is Algeria's only English-speaking tour operator (mais on parle français
aussi!). We also supply a range of corporate services and logistical support systems
Expert Algeria runs tailor-made cultural, historical, archaeological and adventure holidays the length and breadth of Algeria, from the Mediterranean to the Sahara, both for small groups of private clients and travel agencies.
Whether you are an overseas tour operator or an individual traveller, most of our Algeria holidays (and prices) are customised to a client's specific requirements and, because we offer a personalised service, no two tours are ever exactly the same.
As you can see from our sample tours
, Expert Algeria can devise tours, holidays and circuits on virtually any theme, from Roman Algeria
to Albert Camus
, from the Kingdom of the M'Zab
to a long weekend in Mediterranean Algiers
Below is a small taste of some of the Algeria holidays, tours and and vacations we have devised for clients in 2016, and here is an A to Z
of a selection of the towns, cities and regions that we run tours to in Algeria.
Crocodiles and Giraffes
in the Sahara
Our Djanet and Tassili adventure focuses on the Sahara's mountainous Tassili region, an immense swathe of desert distinguished by its towering dunes of sand and beguiling "forests of rock".
Our Essendilene itinerary has been devised to embrace the Tassili's captivating range of Saharan landscapes, from the desert's lofty dunes and sculptured rocks to its life-giving gueltas (water-holes and small lakes) lined with pink rose-bays.
Less than three hours from London, Algiers is one of the Mediterranean's most mesmerising cities, a captivating mélange
of faded French grandeur and neo-Moorish folly crowned by a legendary casbah.
A beguiling array of landscapes awaits discovery: towering dunes of sand, sheer-sided canyons, dense forests of rock, palm-groves, wadis and lonely gueltas - the desert lakes and water-holes that sustain the Sahara's nomads.
In the Footsteps of
Our Albert Camus tour, originally conceived to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the great philosopher's birth in Algeria, includes visits to the sites and scenes described in l'Etranger
, The Plague
and The First Man