Belezma National Park

The Belezma National Park is one of the most important national parks of Algeria. It is located in Batna Province on the slopes of the Belezma Range, a subrange of the Aures Mountains.


Created in 1984, it stretches over an area of 262.5 km², the climate ranges from a cool sub-humid climate to a dry semi-arid climate it contains 447 species of flora (14% of the national total) and 309 species of fauna, of which 59 are protected species.

The main summits of the range in the park area are 2,136 m high Djebel Tichaou and the 2,178 m high Djebel Refaa, the highest peak of the Belezma Range.