In Amenas Tourism

In Amenas (Arabic: إن أمناس‎‎, ‘In ’Amanās) is a town and commune in eastern Algeria, bordering with Libya. The town is located 30 kilometres (19 mi) west of the border. There is no border crossing in the area. The municipality had 7,385 inhabitants in 2008, up from 5.302 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 3.4% According to the Algerian novelist Mouloud Mammeri the name is a Tuareg word which means "lieu des méharis" or "place of camel drivers." The natural gas facility near the municipality was attacked by Islamist militants on 16 January 2013.


Home to pretty treasures, In Amenas is Algeria's best kept secret. Popular vacation packages of In Amenas are of 1-2 days.

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