Timgad is an impressive Roman site where one can walk through well-preserved ruins of an old Roman town. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982. Its Roman name was Thamugadi, and it was believed to have reached a population of up to 15,000 people, many of who were army veterans. This city was built in about 100 AD under the reign of Emperor Trajan and it was an important center for both Catholic and Donatist Christians.
As you enter the site, you will pass by the museum, which is home to grand mosaics along with other important artifacts found at this site. As you continue walking down the decumanus maximus, or the east-west road, you will pass by one of North Africa’s last remaining ruins of a library. The site also contains a large theatre, the arch of Trajan, temples, and baths. Make sure you do not rush through this expansive site, which awaits your discovery. If you are looking for a great panorama view of Timgad make sure to climb to the top of the theatre.
Asskrem has the most beautiful sunrise and sunset in the world. We provide the best experience for our travelers to have a memorable and unforgettable moment of their journey and this trip will change your life entirely. You will go to the off beaten paths of Algeria, camp in the desert and get a unique experience that you have never had before.
Djémila Known under its antique name Cuicul, is an establishment of an ancient Roman colony founded during the reign of Nerva (96 - 98 A.D.). The Roman town occupied a singular defensive position. Cuicul is one of the flowers of Roman architecture in North Africa. Remarkably adapted to the constraints of the mountainous site, on a rocky spur which spreads at an altitude of 900 m, between the wadi Guergour and the wadi Betame, two mountain torrents, the town has its own Senate and Forum. Around the beginning of the 3rd century, it expanded beyond its ramparts with the creation of the Septimius Severus Temple, the Arch of Caracalla, the market and the civil basilica. The site has also been marked by Christianity in the form of several cult buildings: a cathedral, a church and its baptistry are considered among the biggest of the Paleochristian period. The site of Djémila comprises an impressive collection of mosaic pavings, illustrating mythological tales and scenes of daily life.
you'll be walking around and through the major scenic spots in constantine with a local guide who is fluent in English , passionate and very knowledgeable and very flexible as well
so if you have different things in mind that you want to do , then just let us know !
you'll be discovering some hidden gems that the city has to offer .
Embark on a day trip to the famous landmark of Algeria. You’ll be walking around and through the major scenic spots in constantine with a local guide fluent in English . Spend you next 8 hours discovering some hidden gems that the city has to offer.
"Endless red dunes"
This is the southernmost town in Algeria.
Unravel the Neolithic history, including frescoes of the world heritage "Tassili n'Ajjer"
An unforgettable adventure is waiting for you.
This trip is a six-days journey to Djanet.
You can see magnificent scenery by canyons, dunes and paintings of caves that are also Wold Heritage Sites.
Set out to visit Tiddis ,one of the underrated Roman ruins located in the northwest of Algeria, in the province of Constantine.
The city was founded as a military outpost in the 3rd century and built on a hillside overlooking Constantine from a certain vantage point to defend the city against invaders. Upon your arrival, you can see a beautiful scenery of landscapes and a striking red earth with a magnificent hillock in which the site is located.
Now, let's explore the mysteries of the Roman ruins built on this vast land.
Bejaia is also known as Bgayet in the local Amazigh language. It has a large port in the Mediterranean sea. It is one of the favorite cities where ou can spend your holidays. It has preserved its Berber heritage either the language or the customs.
This tour will include a visit to Kasbah to learn about the town's history and the Monkey Peak, home to the endangered macaque monkeys.
Djémila the Beautiful one, Latin: Cuicul or Curculum, formerly Cuicul, is a small mountain village in Algeria, near the northern coast east of Algiers, where some of the best preserved Berbero-Roman ruins in North Africa are found. It is situated in the region bordering the Constantinois and Petite Kabylie (Basse Kabylie). In 1982, Djémila became a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its unique adaptation of Roman architecture to a mountain environment. Significant buildings in ancient Cuicul include a theatre, two fora, temples, basilicas, arches, streets, and houses. The exceptionally well preserved ruins surround the forum of the Harsh, a large paved square with an entry marked by a majestic arch.
Annaba is a port city in northeast Algeria. Local attractions include the main street with a broad central promenade, architecture that reflects the city’s French colonial past. The church of St. Augustine Basilica, completed in 1900, towers on a hill to the south. Below it sprawls the ruined city of Hippo Regius, with the remains of Roman villas and baths. The city boasts of the largest steel complex in Africa. Annaba is at the center of one of the most beautiful coastal regions in the western Mediterranean. If you love beaches, dramatic mountains, and vibrant cafes, you'll love Annaba
Ghardaia is a province in the desert region of central Algeria, in which the five villages Ghardaia, Melika, Beni Isguen, Bou Noura and El Atteuf are called "M'zab Valley".
It is a very unique and unusual traditional area from an architectural, urban and environmental point of view, and is also registered as a World Heritage Site. Suddenly appearing in the Sahara Desert, these villages have the wisdom of architecture and living that excel in functionality and convenience, conceived from severe environmental conditions.
In addition, the inhabitants here have been preserving traditions for more than 1000 years. This mysterious area will upset your "natural".
Tamanrasset is home to the most beautiful sunrise and sunset in the world and has several splendid sights to be visited.
If you are looking for some adventures while in Tamanrasset, you should definitely book a trip to explore the Sahara desert, and enjoy the sunset over a nice cup of typical Algerian tea.
You can go on an adventure in a fully equipped vehicle accompanied with a cook, guide and a driver in a Tuareg custom. You will get housed in a traditional lodge.
This trip will make you experience the journey of your dreams.
Tlemcen is a city in Northern Algeria. What is Tlemcen known for? It’s known for Moorish buildings, such as the 11th-century Grand Mosque, with a tall minaret and elaborate mihrab (prayer niche). Who is Sidi Boumediene and what is he famous for? Your Professional guide will explain all that as he takes you to his grave, which is a place of pilgrimage. See an example of Almoravid architecture, with carved stucco at the city center, where the 12th-century palace of El Mechouar which is protected by a high wall.
Annaba "ex-Bone" is the fourth largest city of Algeria located on the coastline of the Mediterranean sea. It has an excellent natural port that drew the Phoenicians here some 3000 years ago. The town is most famous for the theologian and philosopher Saint Augustine who was formed in Hippo Regius, one of the most beautiful Roman Ruins of Annaba.
Let's explore this town full of story !
Mouflon tourism is a certified agency that can give you an unforgettable experience and make you more comfortable during your travelling and help you our to explore every city of Algeria without any trouble. We are unique in our service and we love to give our clients the best quality of our service.
We make you discover the Algerian desert and Tassili n'Ajjer (Djanet) in particular, in the heart of one of the most beautiful regions of the Sahara. We will make you discover the magic of the desert,! Our Tuareg guides have a perfect knowledge of their country and with them, you will travel safely, the logistics of your hikes to discover the Sahara in a small group accompanied by a guide, cook and their 4x4 vehicles or their dromedaries.
Set out to a fascinating journey to Timgad or Thamugadi known by its original name, founded in 100 AD by Trajan to the veterans of Rome, back in time to see and explore one of the enormous Roman ruins known as the Pompeii of Africa and were once buried under the sand.
One hour and a half from Constantine, roughly 130 Km by car you will get to the vast ruins of Timgad is known for its huge size, about 50 hectares, symmetrical grid plan and two main oriented streets, large forum, baths, library and imposing Capitol with an incredible state of preservation.
In this Timgad tour ,you’ll walk through the eerily abandoned streets of the ancient city and see one of the most spectacular structures in Roman Africa and with the help of our guides they will be able to bring the ruins dramatically to life and you’ll gain a unique insight into domestic life in antiquity.
Dar Slimani is the best address to discover Algerian products such as date extract, peanut butter, olive oil, fig and many other products.
Dar Slimani is the best place to discover Algerian products such as date extract, olive oil, peanut butter, fig and much more.
دار سليماني هو أفضل حانوت لإكتشاف المنتجات الجزائرية مثل مستخلص التمر, زبدة الفول السوداني, زيت الزيتون التين و مواد أخرى
Ghoufi Canyon is an old historical and archaeological site located 90 km south of Batna. Composed of sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. On the banks of the river called Abiod also known as Ighzir Amellal, is an oasis with palm groves, orchards and vegetable gardens.
The troglodyte homes or domesticated cave dwellings of the Ghoufi's balconies offer a history as rich as the region itself, they are scraped into a cliff and stacked like irregular sugar cubes. Their construction dates back nearly four centuries and presents an urban plan modeled on villages on each balcony in the form of buildings. You can also see hotel’s guest rooms that are in a honeycomb of cliff caves built by the French.
This tour will tell you the full potential of the Guffy Canyon.
Constantine is also recognized as Qasentina and it’s the capital of Constantine Province in the northern part of Algeria. Known as the City of Bridges, Constantine is a picturesque and dramatic city located on a plateau 640 meters above sea level, and almost totally surrounded by dizzying ravines with the Rhumel River flowing through. A city enmeshed in history; Constantine was founded by the Phoenicians who named it Sewa (royal city). It was taken over by Numidia who renamed it Cirta, before it fell to the Romans and later named after Emperor Constantine the Great.
Annaba is a port city in northeast Algeria. Local attractions include the main street with a broad central promenade, architecture that reflects the city’s French colonial past. Why is there a church in a predominantly Muslim City? Your Expert guide will explain that and many more. The church of St. Augustine Basilica, completed in 1900, towers on a hill to the south. Below it sprawls the ruined city of Hippo Regius, with the remains of Roman villas and baths. Why is Annaba an important city in Africa? The city boasts of the largest steel complex in Africa. What is unique about the city? Annaba is at the center of one of the most beautiful coastal regions in the western Mediterranean.
Taghit is an Oasis town in Western Algeria. Why is it called one of the most beautiful Oasis in the Sahara region? What are Taghit famous for?. Ksar of Taghit is a walled old city constructed using traditional mud-bricks which is still partly inhabited even today walk through the old town with the mud-brick houses and narrow alley-ways. Was Algeria colonized? By whom was Algeria colonized? You will find out when your professional guide takes you to Djebel Baron, the ruins of a French colonial outpost, the Fort de l'Éperon, overlooking the old city of Taghit.