Between the ancient alleys of the Casbah and French colonial architecture of Algiers and palm-studded Sahara Desert oases like El Oued, Algeria's many charms have long been hidden. Travel with GeoEx beyond the historic cities and Mediterranean coastline of the fertile north to discover UNESCO-listed Roman ruins, olive plantations and vineyards in the foothills of the Tell Atlas range, and traditional Berber culture.
- Walk through 3,000 years of history in cliffside town of Constantine, one of the oldest in the world.
- Sample locally made olive oil and bread in a Berber village in the mountains of Kabylia.
- Follow old caravan routes through the pink-hued dunes and mud-brick towns of the Sahara Desert.
- Roam the ruins of temples, baths, and mosaics at UNESCO-listed Timgad, a Roman military settlement.