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Overnight Camel Trek Tour to the Sahara Erg Chebbi dunes from Merzouga
"Day 1: Camel trekking to Erg Chebbi dunes and sunset in the middle of the dunes:Camel trek start in the afternoon from the Kasbah Hotel to the Bivouac Camp in the middel of the dunes to experience the desert magic.It takes 1 hour and half to possibility of sand boarding and in the evening enjoy a Moroccan campfire dinner and drum circle before falling asleep under the stars.You will leave your main luggage for free at the Kasbah Hotel and just take a backpack for the overnight journey.Day 2: Sunrise and camel trekking back to the and enjoy breakfast before heading back to the Kasbah Hotel in the village where a room will be provided for a shower... Collection of your main luggage end of tour."
From $85.00
 
Is Zuddas Caves Tour of Sardinia
"The tour begins with a pickup from the centrally located meeting point in Chia for a morning departure at 9am or afternoon departure at 3pm. Pass through the wonderful panoramic Chia-Teulada street which was historically traveled by the ancient Romans and Carthaginian population. Arrive to the beautiful Is Zuddas caves which are preserved in a way that appears as if time has stopped. Stalactites and stalagmites are the naturally formed and these main attractions are why people come to the Is Zuddas caves. This tour includes entry ticket and lasts for 4-5 hours. It concludes back at the meeting spot in Chia."""
From EUR60.00
 
Cagliari City Tour - Minivan Sightseeing and Walking
"The licensed professional driving guide will pick you with a van from the harbor or from your hotel/B&B. Cagliari city is rich in history nature and archaeology.Sightseeing around the city where you can see:Sanctuary of the Holy Lady of the Good Air (with stop)Lighthouse and CliffsPoetto BeachMolentargius Pond and Pink flamingosMonte Urpino PanoramaPhoenician Ne00 € per person closed Monday)Bastion of Santa Croce and SaintDiscover with us the most important secrestKing's Palace (entrance on request 150 € closed Monday)Cathedral of Santa MariaSanta Chiara Market (including small wine & cheese tasting)""""Sightseeing and walking tour in Cagliari City capital of Sardinia; a beautiful white jewel in Mediterranean Sea. Discover the secrets
From EUR144.00

More Things to Do in Dougga

Licinian Baths

Where? Pretty much in the centre of Dougga, maybe 100 yards from the Forum What? At the Licinian Baths one can still see the original walls, as well asthe tunnel used by the slaves who kept the baths...
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Maria81
Jan 08, 2010

Incredible - a must-see!

Dougga is located in the West of Tunisia, about 3 or 4 hours away from Sousse. You shouldn't have a problem to book a tour of the ruins from Sousse or Hammamet - and probably most touristic cities -...
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Quartzy
Jun 04, 2009

Libyo-Punic Mausoleum

The Mausoleum of Ateban in Dougga, in the valley, is the only surviving Numidian/Punic structure in Tunisia. (Another was recently discovered at Sabratha in Libya.) The monument was almost completely...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Arch of Sepitmus Severus

The Arch of Septimius Severus (5m/16ft wide) was erected in A.D. 205 to mark the town's promotion to the status of municipium, which carried with it the right to its own constitution, administration...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Cyclops Baths

Adjoining the House of the Trifolium in Dougga is the complex of buildings known as the Baths of the Cyclopes, with vaulted rooms in the basement. On the south side of the complex are the baths...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Thermes de Caracalla (Licinian Baths)

The Baths of Licinius, or Winter Baths in Dougga, were built around A.D. 260 and rebuilt in the 4th century. So far as the sloping site permitted they were laid out on the usual symmetrical plan. On...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008
 
 
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Temple of Juno-Caelestis

To the west of the Arch of Alexander Severus lies the Temple of Juno-Caelestis - the Roman equivalent of the Punic goddess Tanit. Its semicircular layout recalls the crescent moon which was the...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Arch of Alexander Severus

No Roman town would be complete without a token arch and Dougga has two. This one is the better preserved of the two, located to the west of the Forum over the city's main western entrance. It was...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Cisterns of Aid el-Hammam

To the west of the Capitole and Forum, near the Arch of Alexander Severus, lie the cisterns of Aid el-Hammam. There are 5 in total each 33m/108ft long by 5m/16ft high, with a total capacity of 6,000...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Cisterns of Ain Mizeb

To the north of the Capitole, along the remains of a Numidian wall, lie the huge cisterns of Ain Mizeb. There are seven basins here with a total capacity of 9,000 cubic meters/2million gallons. From...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Surrounding countryside

Dougga (or Thugga as it's sometimes known), is the best preserved Roman city in Africa. It's set in a beautiful picturesque setting, surrounded by pastureland and olive-groves over rolling hills in...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Temple of Saturn

THE building with the best views over the surrounding countryside is the Temple of Saturn which is located to the north of the large Theatre. It was built in A.D. 195 on the site of a pre-Roman temple...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Church of Victoria

Just down the hill from the Temple of Saturn to the north of the large Theatre, is this small church which was built in the early 5th century using stone taken from the surrounding temples. The church...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008

Crypt

If you follow the path out the back of the theatre and walk over the hill, you'll come to the remains of the Temple of Saturn. Before this, just down the slope of the hill, lies this small Christian...
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Willettsworld
Aug 29, 2008
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"Dougga, another World Heritage location"
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Willettsworld

"Dougga - A Roman town with a view"
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aemilys

"Photo Opportunity!"
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"Dougga: a Roman city"
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"Far from big cities, but worth a stop, because..."
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