Iberostar Mehari Djerba

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Route Touristique, BP 242, 04116, Tunisia
Iberostar Mehari Djerba
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
15%
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 108% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families87
  • Couples75
  • Solo74
  • Business66

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Djerba-Tozeur

by joziane

Someone have any idea how to travel from Tozeur to Djerba? I am planning to be there in March 2008 for 2 weeks.

Re: Djerba-Tozeur

by Kevin-UK

Having driven that last year I can tell you that it is a good long day of driving. I thought that both had a airport, could you not get an internal flight.
Your post is a little vague. Do you live in Tozeur and want to travel to Djerba for 2 weeks, or are you in Tunisia for 2 weeks, wishing to travel. Your profile doesn't give much away, so it is hard to work out what you want to know.
If travelling by Louage I think a break on the way, maybe Douz or Kebili, for an overnight stop.
K

Re: Djerba-Tozeur

by cgf

March is not season for the beach in Djerba, I hope you know. :-)

Re: Djerba-Tozeur

by maykal

If you're taking public transport, then louages are best. From Tozeur, there probably won't be a direct louage to Djerba...and if there is, you may have to wait ages for it to fill up. However, from Tozeur, there are plenty louages heading to Gabes (if not, take one to Kebili and change), where you can connect to a louage for Houmt Souk, the main town in Djerba. It would be a full day travelling though, and you may end up needing to break your journey somewhere on the way.

Hope this helps
Maykal

Re: Djerba-Tozeur

by Jesperp

Hi!
Various sorts of public transport in Tunisia: http://www.tunisia.com/Tunisia/Travel/Traveling-In-Tunisia

Louages:
Then there are Louages, they are like the taxi, but between the larger areas, a louage is a large car of 8 seats including the driver, available all the times, they are not expensive (3dinars and half between Tunis and Bizerte for example).

Regards Jesper

Travel Tips for Ile de Jerba

Money

by Wafro

The dinar was introduced in 1960 and it is subdivided into 1000 millimes. There are 4 banknotes and 8 coins in circulation, although the small ones aren’t that common.
1 EURO = 1.7796434 Dinar
1 Dollar = 1.25823204186 Dinar

Tunisia from A to Z - Some funny explanation

by csordila

Ali baba: His companions were the forty robbers, whose descendants - according to some tourists - are the merchants of Tunisia.
Allah: He is the God of the Muslims. The lazy muslims abuse his name often, saying: Insallah - the will of Allah.
Baksheesh: That's what you do not have to give, but obligatory. Exceeds often the performance of your wallet.
Bedouins: Nomad desert inhabitants - coming from nowhere, going to nowhere
Camel: Not the winner of the animal beauty contest.
Carthage: The capital of the Punic realm, Scipio a Roman strategist razed it, but a lot of thing to see remained yet.
Coffee prepared from roasted coffee beans: This is, which is not known, neither even by mere report here. The Arab coffee substitute made from ground date seed and I suspect that even many of the Espresso machines can use this. Very sweet!!
Dates: It is a fantastic feeling, when riding a camel in the green oasis, ripe dates fall into your lap. Indeed, the conditions of the paradise, as long as it does not need to be paid the price of camel ride.
Hotel: Most of them have been built in the past few years. The category is determined by a shot in the dark merely, otherwise are twins.
Medina: Arab downtown, which is a pleasant market in daytime, after dusk , however, is the meeting place of the tourists being tired of life, with the Arab knives.
Oasis: Where you see a place with more than twenty palm tree in the desert or on its edge, that is it.
People: meek and wild, hostile and friendly, hospitable and withdrawn - and all at once. Their skin colour covers every nuance from the black to the white, due to the fact, that the many conquerors left back not only the residues of the buildings in the country.
Road Traffic Regulation: It exists, but nobody knows, why. For people with a weaker nerve is rather advisable to close their eyes in the traffic.
Water: The most valuable substance in the country, more expensive than petrol.

Renting Pedalos at Sidi Mahares

by barryg23

Not being brave enough to try the parasailing we settled on renting pedalos instead. It cost us 10 D for an hour at the water sports place on the beach at Sidi Mahares. There were plenty of waves in this section of the sea so we ended up getting soaked. Great fun though I'm sorry we didn't try the parasailing instead.

Running water ? No, walking water !

by JLBG

This woman carries on her back a terracotta ware jar to fetch water from a village tap or a village well. This picture was taken a few years ago. Now, there are more taps and plastic jars are used instead of terracotta ware jars as they are much lighter to carry !

Jerba's Beaches

by barryg23

Jerba has some lovely beaches, most of which are found on the East coast. Unfortunately the whole coastline is full of touristy hotels, full of visitors on package tours. Many of the hotels have sectioned off parts of the beach for the use of their guest. However, there are some sections open to the public.

The beaches are quite nice and it wasn't too crowded as we visited out of high season, in March. The water didn't look too clean near the shore and there weren't too many people swimming. We rented pedalos and spent about an hour out on the water.

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Address: Route Touristique, BP 242, 04116, Tunisia