Algeria will allow foreign tourists heading to its vast desert south to obtain visas on arrival. Africa’s biggest country by surface area – comprises a major chunk of the Sahara, including nature reserves and prehistoric sites. It also boasts 1 200 kilometres of Mediterranean coastline and several historical cities. The Tassili reserve, in the south-eastern governorate of Djanet, is one focal point, with sand dunes, mountains and a wealth of birds and fauna, spreading over 138 000 square kilometres.
Algeria Eases Visa Rules to Promote Tourism in the Sahara
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