22 Jun 2019
Tamanrasset, Algeria
Sustainable Tourism

Way down in southern Algeria, tourists have long sought out the dramatic, craggy outcrops of the Hoggar Mountains. At Refuge de l’Assekrem, you can stay in the heart of this dreamscape in Ahaggar National Park, where your bed will be 2,680 meters above sea level.

The Bahamou family runs the guest house alongside its other business operation, sustainable travel agency Tim Missaw Tours. Their qualified guides will help you unlock the secrets of this uniquely beautiful corner of Algeria, and the local Bedouin people who have long called the Hoggar Mountains home. Refuge de l’Assekrem sources its electricity from an autonomous solar power generator, a project undertaken and maintained by local and foreign organizations. 

Learn more about Refuge de l’Assekrem and Tim Missaw Tours through the website.

Refuge de l'Assekrem Sustainable Tourism