Algeria is Africa’s North Korea. It is the largest country in the continent, yet it remains one of its biggest mysteries. We’ll explore this off the beaten path destination where visitors rarely venture and experience some of the best local hospitality, stunning mediterranean landscapes, tasty food and an ancient history. It’s an Expedition for the insatiably curious, those that want to travel deeper. And as always, the most fun family you could hope to share these memories with!


Day 0: To make the most of our time in the Expedition, we suggest you fly in the evening before, on May 22nd. You’ll have a slow day in Algiers before the Expedition starts the following day.

Day 1: Algiers.

  • The Expedition starts early in the morning of May 23rd. We will start by walking down the narrow streets of the casbah of Algier, a UNESCO WHS, filled with history and culture. Our tour of the city will continue to Ketchaoua Mosque, Martyr’s Monument and our Lady of Africa.
  • In the afternoon, we’ll drive West to Oran, where we will have dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Oran.

  • Oran is a vibrant city with Spanish influences for which you will fall immediately. We’ll start exploring the Plaza de Armas, along with the Sacré Coeur church, before driving along the Corniche to go uphill visit the spectacular Santa Cruz Fortress. From here, we’ll get panoramic views of the whole city.
  • After lunch, we’ll visit Tlemcen, once a religious and cultural centre of Islam as well as a focal point of trading routes along coastal northern Africa and famous for its moorish and almoravid architecture.
  • Dinner and overnight in Tlemcen.

Day 3: Tlemcen & Tipaza.

  • In the morning, we’ll continue exploring Tlemcen.
  • For the afternoon, we have one of the Expedition highlights: Tipaza. These Roman ruins by the coast are a UNESCO WHS and one of the most gorgeous settlements left from this ancient civilization.
  •  Dinner and overnight in Algiers.

Day 4: Djemila & Constantine.

  • Early start to visit Djemila, a UNESCO WHS. Djemila means the beautiful in Arabic, and is one of the World’s most stunning Roman ruins. The archaeological vestiges, the well integrated Roman urban planning and the surrounding environment represent the values attributed to this site.
  • We’ll journey on to Constantine, the city of bridges, an incredibly unique city with spectacular landscapes and monuments like the jaw-dropping Emir Abdelkader Mosque.
  • Dinner and overnight in Constantine.

Day 5: Timgad & Constantine.

  • We’ll day-trip to the amazing Roman ruins of Timgad in Batna. Timgad, with its urban planning military camp, is a unique Roman settlement in the high plains of Algeria.
  • After lunch, we’ll drive back to Constantine to continue our exploration of the city.
  • Dinner and overnight in Constantine.

Day 6: Annaba

  • Today we drive towards the Tunisian border, to visit the city of Annaba aka Hippone Regius. The Cours de la Révolution is today one of the busiest and most lively places in town, we’ll try some local delicacies for lunch, visit the mosque of Salah Bey and drive by the coast to have some nice views of the Corniche for sunset.
  • Dinner and overnight in Annaba. 

Day 7: Road to Algiers.

  • The drive back to the capital is around 6h and we’ll have lunch on the way.
  • In the afternoon, we’ll arrange PCR if needed and have free time to walk around the city and buy some souvenirs.
  • Farewell dinner and overnight in Algiers.

Day 8: Fly out.

  • The saddest moment of the Expedition is here! Time to say goodbye after breakfast to our travel family and new lifelong friends.
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4* hotels (when available).


Expert local guide and fixer.


Mini bus with driver.


Three meals a day with a drink (water or soft drink).

Entrance Fees

All entrance fees to sites on your itinerary.

Visa Assistance

You will likely have to apply for a visa in the Algerian Embassy of your home country, but we'll assist you all the way in this process, and even provide you with a letter of invitation. Even Americans applying in DC!
May 23rd – 30th 2022

Our Selection Process takes only 10 minutes and it helps us create the best travel family!


You will likely have to apply for a visa in the Algerian Embassy of your home country, but we’ll assist you all the way in this process, and even provide you with a letter of invitation. Even Americans applying in DC!
Wander Expedition doesn’t book flights for you and is ultimately not responsible for your flight connection, but we can offer guidance and support when you research the best options for you. Currently direct return flights from MAD to ALG on May 22nd – 30th are only 140 euros.
Algeria is quite safe and we will be accompanied by a local crew at all times, which will help us interact with locals and have the best possible experience.
This Expedition is perfect for those seeking to explore this secluded country, one of the most off the beaten path you can find! Ancient history, rich culture, warm hospitality and tasty mediterranean food!
Wander Expeditions is not a traditional travel agency where the first to pay is the first to go. We take you to stunning destinations, but we know the people you share it with is even more important when you travel. That’s why we have a refined selection process where we filter and vet candidates to ensure that groups are fun, balanced, diverse and interesting! We make sure candidates are on the same page and share our values of being fun, flexible and fearless, so we can guarantee everyone will have an amazing experience. We create travel families, so #trusttheprocess. Halfway through our process, we share the price with all pre-selected applicants. It only takes 15 min to apply, so you literally have nothing to lose! What are you waiting for to join the Wander Fam?


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