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Algeria/Tunisia

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Hello, i'm from Canada and will be travelling for a month (last week of july and 3 first of august) on approx $4000.

My main goal is photography, i have a thing for color and people, for that reason my dream was India but i got discouraged reading about the monsoon. Is the wet season still at it's max during august? I know some places in India are quite nice during the wet season like Kerala, but i don't think i want to visit India and not being able to enjoy Agra, Varanasi and large cities in the north.

I then thought about Algeria/Tunisia, again for the colors, but keep reading that it's risky at the moment, and i sadly realize that lodging is much more than my approx $25-30 a day price i was aiming for. I would so much love doing a photo essay and spend some time alongside tuaregs.

Am i wrong thinking that?

Any suggestions...

Thanks.

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