Traveling To ALGERIA From Morocco

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Mark le Blanc asked 8 months ago

I will be this March In Morocco and i am thinking to go to Algeria too , any feedback about visiting Algeria From Morocco

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Moroccan Staff answered 8 months ago

We do not comment on any other countries internal affairs but this ..1 first you can travel to Algeria from Morocco only by Air .all border are closed .how Canadian governments advise their citizens : 
Travel.gc.ca
Risk level(s)

Algeria – Exercise a high degree of caution
There is no nationwide advisory in effect for Algeria. However, you should exercise a high degree of caution due to the risk of civil unrest and the threat of terrorism..

Areas bordering Libya, Tunisia, Mali, Niger, and Mauritania – Avoid all travel
Global Affairs Canada advises against all travel to the areas bordering Libya, Tunisia, Mali, Niger, and Mauritania in the wilayas of Adrar, El Oued, Illizi, Ouargla, Tamanrasset, Tébessa, and Tindouf, due to armed group operations, and the threat of terrorism, banditry and kidnapping.
See Safety and security for more information.

Kabylia region and Wilayas of Annaba, Béchar, Biskra, El Bayadh, El Taref, Jijel, Khenchela, Laghouat, Skikda, Souk Ahras – Avoid non-essential travel
Global Affairs Canada advises against non-essential travel to Global Affairs Canada advises against non-essential travel to the mountainous region of Kabylia (wilayas of Bejaia, Bouira, Boumerdes, and Tizi Ouzou), and to the wilayas of Annaba, Béchar, Biskra, El Bayadh, El Taref, Jijel, Khenchela, Laghouat, Skikda, Souk Ahras, due to the threat of terrorism, banditry and kidnapping.
See Safety and security for more information.
Algeria Travel Warning State Department’s travel website
There is a high threat of terrorism and kidnappings in Algeria, as noted in the Department of State’s most recent Worldwide Caution.  Although the major cities are heavily policed, attacks are still possible.  The majority of terrorist attacks, including bombings, false roadblocks, kidnappings, and ambushes have historically occurred in the mountainous areas to the east of Algiers (Kabylie region and eastern wilayas) and in the expansive Saharan desert regions of the south and southeast.  Social media accounts affiliated with ISIL, however, have claimed responsibility for small, non-lethal attacks on government security forces to the south and west of Algiers.