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Algeria Enduro Motorcycle Tour

Desert Soul Adventures is proud to announce this guided enduro motorbike desert off-road tour in Algeria! The country has been, for the last decades, unfortunately, infamous for its security issues in certain parts of its territory. The logical consequence was that certain areas suffered travel restrictions for foreigners and it has become almost impossible to even enter this vast and charming country and ride on a motorbike around. But the security has improved over the last years and the authorities have turned on a green light for tourism again, guaranteeing your safety. And so, organized guided and supported enduro dirt bike motorcycle tours are possible again in Algeria!

Key information

  • Terrain: off-road
  • Bike: personal or rental bike (SWM RS300R/SWM RS500R)
  • Mileage: 700 kilometers / 435 miles
  • Daily rides: 75 kilometers / 47 miles
  • Riding gear: not included: enduro equipment for maximum daytime temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius: MX helmet with goggles, body armor, enduro jacket, backpack with a minimum three-liter hydration bag, two pairs of MX gloves, knee protectors, MX or enduro pants, MX boots
  • Meals: all breakfasts, all dinners, 8 mid-day riding day snacks

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  • Starts and ends in Djanet
  • Riding in the desert, 100% off-road
  • Enjoy some superb desert sand riding
  • Ride through the amazing Tadrart Rouge and Tassili n'Ajjer National park
  • Be amazed by the incredible beauty of the rock formations
  • 9 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Intermediate


8 riding days
Group size: Maximum of 10 participants
Airport transfer included: Tiska Djanet Airport
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Tents and sleeping-mats for all nights which are not spent in the hotel will be provided by Desert Soul Adventures. Kindly bring your own sleeping bag that will provide you with a comfortable sleep at temperatures down to -5 degrees Celsius. Nights 1 and 9 will be spent in twin rooms at hotels.


Desert Soul Adventure's Enduro motorbike tour will start and end in the town of Djanet in south-eastern Algeria and cover the area of the amazing Tadrart Rouge, which is the Algerian extension of the famous Libyan Akakus Mountains, and the Tassili n'Ajjer National Park.

Along the approximately 700 kilometers, ridden across eight days on the motorcycle, enjoy some superb desert sand riding and be amazed by the incredible beauty of the rock formations that meet sky-high dunes of mostly yellow and red color!

Day 1: Arrival to Djanet

You will be met by Desert Soul Adventures at the airport in Djanet and brought to the hotel. After accommodating in the hotel and relaxing with a drink or two, a motorbike tour briefing with your guide and the local guide will take place. The bikes rental documentation will be sorted out on that occasion as well and rental bikes will be handed over. Time permitting, ride downtown and get a feel of this part of the world. Dinner and overnight will be in the hotel.

Day 2: Djanet - El Berdj

In the morning, you will really start the enduro motorcycle desert tour and leave “civilization” by driving to the desert. You will already see the first rock engravings on this day. Stop your motorbikes for lunch at a beautiful spot in the desert and later continue on towards the gorge of El Berdj which will be reached in the afternoon.

The camp will be set up at this magical place, surrounded by rock paintings and engravings. The local cook will prepare you your first desert dinner here and he'll keep doing it until you finish your supported desert enduro tour in the Tassili n'Ajjer area of Algeria.

Day 3: El Berdj - Wan Taberkat - Moulanaga

This day will be your grand entry into the world of impressively high and soft dunes. After a good day on the motorbikes, in the late afternoon, set your bivouac at the foot of the famous Moulanaga dune.

Day 4: Moulanaga - Tamzdiga - Bouhdian - Tin Merzouga

After seeing some more rock engravings and rock paintings, the color of the sand surrounding you will turn from yellow to red and you’ll ride between pink dunes and rock carvings. In the afternoon, you’ll reach the beautiful red dunes of Tin Merzouga some of which climb up to 600 meters high. The Algerian enduro tour will settle for the night right here.

Day 5: Tin Merzouga - In Tihaq

After breakfast, prepared by your local cook, head into another part of Tin Merzouga sand dunes and try to reach its highest peaks. Afterward, crossing the Wadi Indjaren with its rock paintings and engravings will impress you again. Set up camp surrounded by the beautiful landscape of In Tihaq sand dunes. The motorbikes will probably have to be serviced after this tour day, if not before.

Day 6: In Tihaq - Adjlati - Tigharghrt

The guided enduro tour in Algeria will turn the loop back towards Djanet on this day, to visit the black sand dunes of Adjlati and see a rock, shaped like an elephant. Stop for lunch at Tigharghart and visit the beautiful engraving of a "Crying Cow", dating back to 8000 BC.

Day 7: Tigharghrt - Djanet - Adaik

You will reach Djanet in the morning, take a shower, and prepare for the next part of your trip. The next desert bivouac on your Tassili n'Ajjer enduro tour in Algeria will be set in the middle of the incredible Adaik stone forest, famous for its beautiful sunsets.

Day 8: Adaik - Tikobawin - Essendilene - Erg Admer

Start your ride in Adaik and end in Erg Admer where you'll spend the night.

Day 9: Erg Admer - Djanet

Crossing a beautiful desert landscape, this day will slowly lead back to the town of Djanet where the motorcycle tour in Algeria will be wrapped. Reach the hotel full of fond memories both of desert enduro riding and incredibly impressive nature. Say goodbye to your Touareg guide and the cook and then wash, lube, and load the bikes on the support truck and reorder your luggage for the departure. Dinner and overnight in the hotel in Djanet.

Day 10: Departure from Djanet

Depending on the flight schedule, the night may be pretty short (on certain days, flights leave Djanet at night). The Algerian motorcycle tour will come to an end. End of Desert Soul Adventures' services.

What do you need as a participant?

Enduro bike

A hard enduro bike with a 21-inch front wheel and hard enduro or cross tires, capable of developing 100 km/h of top and 80 km/h of continuous speed (the lighter, the better, Desert Soul Adventures strongly advise it to be under 140 kilograms); Desert Soul Adventures' rental bikes certainly comply with these criteria.

Sleeping bag

A sleeping bag that will provide you with a comfortable sleep at temperatures down to -5 degrees Celsius; a tent and a sleeping mat is provided by Desert Soul Adventures.

Enduro equipment

Enduro equipment for maximum daytime temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius (MX helmet with goggles, body armor, enduro jacket, backpack with a minimum three-liter hydration bag, two pairs of MX gloves, knee protectors, MX or enduro pants, and MX boots).

Off-road motorbike riding experience

If you are a complete newbie to enduro (but not motorcycle) riding, a couple of trials bike lessons will be much better for you than motocross training.


A valid driver's license is required to take part in this adventure on the motorbike as you'll also be riding on public roads. Desert Soul Adventures does not check your license but prior to the first driving stage, you will have to sign a declaration that you possess one and that you will ride according to your experience and capabilities and entirely on your responsibility. In case of an emergency, the insurance company might require you to present your valid driver's license.


Light clothes for during the day and warm ones for the evenings; head-lamp for the camp; and a good mood and reasonable physical shape for the planned stages, each participant will receive ahead of time all the necessary information about the trip: how to prepare the bikes if not rented from Desert Soul Adventures, when to arrive to the starting point of the tour, as well as what to take with you and what to leave at home.


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Tassili n'Ajjer National Park is also famous for its prehistoric rock engravings and paintings, dating back as much as 12,000 years ago; among several stops during your daily stages on the motorbike tour in Algeria to get aware of the moment and feel the beauty and tranquility of the desert, you will also discover some of the engravings and paintings of ancient fauna that existed here before 5000 BC, when the present-day desert was still a savanna: crocodiles, elephants, gazelles, rhinos, giraffes, etc.


All breakfasts from Day 2 through 9, all dinners from Day 1 through 9, and mid-day snacks on riding days will all be served during this tour.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Snacks

What's included

  • Transport of 1 motorbike, your enduro equipment (in case delivered by you), possible spare-parts (in case delivered by you) and personal luggage (in case delivered by you) from Slovenia to Algeria and back; Desert Soul Adventures normally pick up Swiss bikes in Milan, Italy
  • All breakfasts from Day 2 through 9
  • All dinners from Day 1 through 9
  • 8 mid-day snacks on riding days
  • Tents and sleeping-mats rental for all nights which are not spent in the hotel
  • Algerian visa invitation (But not the visa itself which is usually around 50 EUR)
  • Desert permit
  • 9 nights accommodation
  • Possibility to take a shower each night (even in the desert)
  • Guide on a motorbike
  • Local guide in his 4x4
  • Assistance truck on daily stages (Food, water, petrol, transportation of your clothes, tools, spare tires, and inner tubes: possibility of purchase in case of need, first-aid case, etc.)
  • Rally assistance truck with a kitchen, power generator, air-compressor (for bikes and filters cleaning and tire inflation), washing line, water, food, petrol, your equipment, and for recovery interventions in case of a breakdown
  • Petrol for your bike
  • Travel medical insurance and assistance

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Algerian visa (The invitation for it is included)
  • Energy drinks or sports nutrition supplements
  • Spare parts (i.e. inner tubes, tires, oils, filters, etc.)
  • Damage on rental motorcycles
  • Other individual expenses.
  • Bike deposit - 1000 EUR (Only if you rented a bike from Desert Soul Adventures)
  • Possible motorcycle rental (Includes an SWM RS300R or SWM RS500R with a set of tires suitable for the tour, engine oil, and filters as per the servicing interval, and motorbike maintenance during the tour: oil change and air filter cleaning. All of Desert Soul Adventures' bikes are equipped with TUbliss, so any possible puncture is sorted out quickly by your tour guide.)

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

If arriving from abroad, you will most definitely choose a flight to Algeria's capital Algiers (Alger in French), Houari Boumediene Airport (ALG). From there, take the Air Algerie flight to Djanet, Tiska Djanet Airport (DJG) where Desert Soul Adventures will meet you and all the other tour members at the airport and take you to the Djanet hotel. When the flights for the concerned period are published, all the booked participants will receive the information about which flight to Djanet to take.

Airport: Tiska Djanet Airport Airport transfer included: Tiska Djanet Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 40% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
10 days / 9 nights
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Start: Thursday January 13, 2022
End: Saturday January 22, 2022

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