Algeria is the largest country in Africa. The Sahara Desert occupies 80% of its territory, and its sand dunes are the main attraction of the state. In the eponymous capital of Algeria, Algiers, you can see a medieval citadel, "kasbah" in Arabic, and an architectural monument of colonial times - the cathedral of the African Mother of God. The country also has a UNESCO landmark - the city of Tipaza, where the ancient Roman ruins were preserved. Tourism on the Mediterranean coast of Algeria is not very popular, so there is a lot of vacant places on the beaches.
There are four ways of traveling around Algeria, no matter whether you are going to the airport or anywhere else: buses, shuttle buses, taxis, and transfers. There will be no problems with finding a taxi: there is a lot of taxis here. On the other hand, it causes high competitiveness, which can be even dangerous for the client. There have been cases when other taxi drivers blocked the road from the airport to a rival driver, and as a result of local fights, the innocent tourist suffered.
Official taxicabs in the country have to be equipped with taximeters, but this rule is not always followed. Therefore, if there is no taxi meter in the car, try to negotiate the price of the trip in advance. The average cost of a trip around the city should not exceed 4 dollars.
The Kiwitaxi transfer service can help you avoid problems with taxi drivers in Algeria. The company has rules of conduct for drivers that they are obliged to obey. The fare is fixed and it is known in advance. As soon as you book it, the cost of the service cannot be changed until the end of the trip. You can make a prepayment or pay the full price of the order online.
But if you do not want to worry about the ways of traveling in Algeria, consider ordering a Kiwitaxi transfer. If the route you need is not available on the site, leave a request and we will respond within 48 hours.