We work with the UK's major parcel couriers and offer services to Algeria at heavily discounted prices. Get an instant quote using the box below and you'll see the available options. You can then book online and your parcel will be collected on the day you choose. When using courier services to Algeria there are a large number of items that are prohibited. The following items are included, but this is not a definitive list and it is subject to change: Alcohol, asbestos, cosmetics, firearms, furs, gambling devices, ivory, jewellery, passports and airline tickets, pornography, previous metals and stones, and antiques. Any item considered offensive in a Muslim country will also be stopped at customs.
Our sizes and weights are estimates only to try to help with your order, so you can compare the weight of your parcel with something from home.
If your item feels heavier than the average, please make sure you reflect this in your booking.
Algeria sits in North Africa in the Sahara region. It borders with Morocco, Tunisia, and Libya. An Arab country with a colonial past, Algeria is a coastal country with a fantastic Mediterranean climate - winters are mild and summers are hot. However, the Sahara desert areas are best visited between November and April to avoid the scorching heat. Visitors should be mindful that temperatures can drop significantly at night time.Algeria is the second largest country in Africa and indigenous tribal culture still exists in some parts, which adds to an intricate mix of regions in this middle-eastern country. French, Arabic, and Berber dialects are all spoken across these different regions. The country has suffered greatly from civil war and unrest.The Sahara desert covers around eighty percent of the country and, because of this, the majority of Algerian residents live on the Mediterranean coast. Immediately south of the UK, Algeria is only one hour ahead of us and public holidays in the country fall in January, March, May, July, September, November and December. Algeria exports petroleum and petroleum products as well as natural gas. It is host to some of the big cats, like panthers, leopards, and cheetahs, with some wildlife species in the country protected by Algerian law.