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Marrakech Segway Tour
"Some say it’s the most fun you can have on two wheels so what better way to see the sights of magical Marrakech than by Segway? Meet your guide and listen to a training and safety briefing in order to master your Segway. Zoom off with your guide to discover the city starting with the beautiful Hivernage district. Cruise past luxury hotels and tall palm trees and see some of the most lovely villas around.The exact route may vary but perhaps head to the renowned La Mamounia hotel to marvel at the splendor of its marble walkways and manicured gardens. Then listen out for Koutoubia Mosque’s daily call to prayer and follow to its source — this impressive 12th-century mosque is the l Djemaa El Fna. Built in the 12th century and now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site this vibrant market plaza pulses with captivating history. Nearby
From EUR40.00
 
Marrakech Desert and Palm Grove Quad Bike Tour
"Hop in a minibus at your Marrakech hotel and travel out of the city to the surrounding desert. Arriving at the base camp meet your expert guide and learn how to master the controls of your personal quad bike (also known as an ATV). Then set off into the wide-open wilderness!The desert landscape outside Marrakech is crisscrossed with tracks and dusty roads and your guide knows the best routes. Ride across rocky terrain through wild palm groves and over dry rivers and pass through a desert of jbilets — volcanic rock landscapes formed naturally over millions of years. Your guide will monitor your group’s speed to make it as safe and enjoyable as possible. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the scenery! discover traditional Berber villages see houses typical of the region
From EUR65.00
 
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

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Bora Bora

Bora Bora is a quite extraordinary place. An outdoor nightclub, tucked in among trees, this club hires some of the most famous DJs in the world, which was a bit of a surprise to me... not something I...
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Tej Marhaba Hotel

The Tej Marhaba Hotel offers a varied programme, and on at least one night each week, they offer entertainment, traditional style, geared to the western tourists. Muisc, dancing, making a fool of the...
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Tourist Nightlife

Being in a muslim nation, of course, Sousse isn't exactly the nightlife capital of the med. However, the saavy tourist developers have gone and established what is more or less a nightlife district in...
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HOTEL EL HANA BEACH

The night life in Sousse is really quite good considering that most of it revolves around the hotels. This wa a traditional tunisian night out at our hotel which was well worth seeing and also was a...
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Metallica

I recommend this disco as it is central and very close to Hourria Palace Hotel, Sousse. Its very popular with the local youths. Dancing all night long guaranteed!Cost: around : 5 Tunisian Dinars ot 10...
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Bellydancers

Bellydancers perform in some of the restaurants in Sousse. It's a way of attracting more guest. The bellydancers are in mostly from other arabic countries.
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HOTEL EL HANA BEACH

A belly dancer laying on her back at the size of his big horn, god that brings back happy memories hahahahaha.
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Nichttime....dancetime.....

Sousse has some nightlife, where the best clubs and bars are found in tourist complexes and hotels. These are not terribly much cheaper than in Europe.
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Route Touristique, Sousse, 4039, Tunisia
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BP 40, Port El Kantaoui, 4089, Tunisia
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Boulevard 7 Novembre, Zone Touristique, Sousse, 4039, Tunisia
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Avenue du 7 November, Sousse, 4039, Tunisia
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Zone touristique El Kantaoui, (formerly Sol El Kantaoui), Sousse, Port El Kantaoui, 4089, Tunisia
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Boulevard 7 Novembre, Route Touristique, Sousse, 4039, Tunisia
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Top Things to Do in Sousse

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Medina

Sousse has a very long history. It was a Phoenician outpost (Hadrumetum), a free Roman city (Byzacium), a vandal town (Hunericopolis) and finally the Byzantine city of Justiniana or Justinianopolis....
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Ribat

The Sousse Ribat is one of a few similar buidings built along the coast to protect Moslem lands from Christian invasion. It was built at the end of the 7th century, work started in AD 787 and was...
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Dar Essid Museum

The walk through alleyways (often the wrong ones), can be almost as amazing as this house itself. You are breaking away from the soukkes and the tourist trail, surrounded by narrow alleys of homes and...
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Port El Kantaoui

At certain times during the day and early evening the fountain in the main square comes on to the sound of music. The times of the show are posted on a lampost nearby. The fountain light show is very...
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Kasbah - Sousse Museum

The Kasbah was built in 859 AD on the site of an earlier Byzantine fortress. Its 30m/100ft high Khalef el Fata tower, named after its builder, is one of the oldest towers in the whole of North Africa....
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Grand Mosque

The Mosque is built using large stone blocks, some of these blocks were taken from the Roman baths at Carthage which is one of the reasons the baths are not better preserved. It has towers on the...
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