Voyage, trek et randonnée dans le Sahara algérien

Le Sahara est le plus grand désert du monde - et en Algérie il représente plus de 80 pour cent du territoire.

Nuit à la belle étoile, marche dans les dunes, paysages grandioses... voici quelques circuits que propose Expert Algeria dans le Sahara algérien:

Tamanrasset et le Hoggar
Des Crocodiles et des Méduses du Sahara
De la Méditerranée au Sahara
De Tamanrasset à Djanet
Sur les Traces de Charles de Foucauld
Algérie: Le Grand Tour
L'Algérie Romaine et le Grand Sud
Essendilene en Dromadaire
Tamanrasset & The Hoggar
Camels in Algeria Tamanrasset is the remote Tuareg capital of the Hoggar (or Ahaggar) region of the Algerian Sahara, close to the massive volcanic field of Atakor, the jagged peaks of Taguerguiste and Tizouyag and the guelta of Afilal. To climb to the peak of nearby Assekrem as night falls is to witness one of the Sahara's most beautiful sunsets. Plus >
Djanet & The Tassili
L'Algérie romaine Algeria's mountainous Tassili region, bordering Niger to the south, is distinguished by its towering dunes of sand, its sheer-sided canyons and its beguiling "forests of rock". The Tassili - "plateau of the rivers" in Arabic - is also an open-air treasure-trove of more than 15,000 rock carvings and cave paintings. Plus >
Ghardaia According to the Lonely Planet to Algeria, "If you can stop at only one of the oases around the Grand Erg Occidental, make it Timimoun. It's an enchanting place, full of distinctive red mud buildings studded with wooden spikes, and surrounded by ancient villages". Plus >
El Oued
Grnade PosteEl Oued - "city of a thousand domes" - is one of the most bustling and colourful towns to be found anywhere in the Algerian Sahara. The Friday camel market - not for the faint-hearted - is one of North Africa's most extra-ordinary sights, an exotic, visceral mix of beast and man. Plus >
Ghardaia & The M'Zab
Camels in Algeria Ghardaia is one of the pentapolis towns of the Saharan M'Zab Valley. Our Ghardaia itineraries visit the sites of the UNESCO World Heritage M'Zab, including the walled town of Beni Isguen - normally closed to foreigners - where the women, clad entirely in white, reveal only one eye to the outside world. Plus >
Palace in The Sahara
L'Algérie romaine The Palace at El Oued presents four-star luxury in the middle of the Sahara, an oasis of tranquility and colour, with grounds so rich and fertile that there is even an English-style garden! The dunes surrounding El Oued are home to verdant date oases, enormous sand roses and - believe-it-or-not - plantations of potatoes. Plus >