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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
 
Best Of Gozo Private Tour
"Enjoy a complimentary pick up at your hotel before taking a short 30 minute drive to Malta's most northern point. After a short ferry ride to Gozo you will start off your tour with a view from one of the islands highest points and get to view both the Blue Lagoon and mainland of Malta. Your next stop will take us to the worlds oldest free standing temple of Ggantija. After legends of female fertili you will get to see the infamous cave of the alluring Calypso. The Salt pans of Gozo are Europe's best kept secret you will have an opportunity to walk here. You will stop for lunch at the movie location of Angelina and Brad's 'By The Sea' before visiting Gozo's highlight of the Azure Window. The Citadel in Victoria is quite an impressive and you'll have a chance to """As you cruise across the Gozo Channel enjoy the turquoise waters of the Blue Lagoon. Once on the it island of Gozo
From EUR450.00
 
Malta Segway: Dingli Adventure Tour
"Dingli reflects a typical Maltese village and is surrounded by protected Natural Sites and is known for its picturesque landscape with its unspoiled environment and cliffs. The main attractions for this particular tour include:

 Boschetto Gardens Palazzo Verdala Clapham junction cart ruts Palazzo Girgenti Laferla Cross Clapham Junction Curt Ruts Magdalena Chapel
From EUR79.00

More Local Customs in Tunisia

Modern types of mashrabiya

In Tunisia, which is a secular state, women have a lot more rights and freedoms than in other Arab countries. Modern young women and girls in Tunisia does not differ much from European counterparts....
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Dec 27, 2014

Mashrabiya or Shanasheel

Altgough Islamic country Tunisia is not that rigid in application of traditional values in accordance with the Kuuran. In fact, when strolling around you hardly can noticed it is Islamic country....
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Dec 27, 2014

Tunisians

I read a lot of comments about the unpleasant events that tourists had in Tunisia, mainly these were lament of deceived victims whom outwitted agile and cunning Tunisians. The victim is always...
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croisbeauty
Dec 26, 2014

WOMENS CARPET CO-OP'S

Tunisia have local carpet making co-op's where local women make carpets. The carpets can take a year to hand make and the patterns are all done from thier minds, they do not have a patern to go by....
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alyf1961
Jan 13, 2012

meet the lions

It's like a wall. A wall of intense heat. A wall which prevents me from moving. For a moment I thought it was the old locomotive generating heat. Then the train slowly moves on, the heat is as fierce...
iwent
Apr 04, 2011

Camels.

Camels are still a big part of every day life in Tunisia.They are still being used for many purposes and the camel markets are always a good place to check out the local scene for some exotic flavour....
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cachaseiro
Jan 19, 2010
 
 
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Cafe culture

There are many cafes all over the villages and cities of Tunisia, where you can smoke shisha pipes and enjoy a local-style coffee, though they are mostly for men only. We were warned that women could...
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Bushman23
Jun 26, 2009

Buy your drugs early... or late...

Pharmacies in Tunisia have strange operating hours. Most are open for a few hours in the morning, close for most of the afternoon, and then reopen from about four-ish, until the evening. The staff in...
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Bushman23
Jun 26, 2009

Women in Tunisia

It was a hot day in Yasmine Hammamet. The beach was quite crowded with white skins and tiny bikinis of foreigners from places where the sun doesn’t shine all that much. To the beach arrived two women...
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J_Antunes
Mar 06, 2009

Uuughhh!!!!

I hate this rabit! Or is it a mouse, an alien from another planet? Every time i see it gives me the creeps! And it is everywhere in Tunis and at the entrance of every city, sometimes alone, sometimes...
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Elisabcn
Dec 23, 2008

Foire de l'Artisanat Tunis: freaky experience!

Last Sunday (02nov) strangely I decided to stay in Tunis. By that time there was la Foire de l’Artisanat (Crafts Fairy) in Le Kram and a friend of mine proposed me to go there to take a look and,...
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Elisabcn
Nov 14, 2008

Smoking chicha!!!!

AAAhhhh! Smoking chicha is one of the pleasures of Tunisia! Chicha, Narguileh, Hookah. . . all these words (depending on the region or country where we are) refer to the waterpipe used to smoke a...
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Elisabcn
Oct 24, 2008

Ramadan nights in the Medina

Ramadan nights are great in Tunisia! During the day muslims cannot eat, drink, … so nights are their moment. This is what happens:-At sunset the muezzin calls to prayer and people start eating and...
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Elisabcn
Sep 24, 2008

Ramadan sweets

During the last 10 days of Ramadan women spend the day making cakes and biscuits for this special occasion. They make a lot of biscuits (usually traditional families in Tunisia are big) and at night...
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Elisabcn
Sep 24, 2008

Popular Cities in Tunisia

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Sousse

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Sidi Bou Said

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Ile de Jerba

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Top Hotels in Tunisia

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La Marsa - BP 36, Gammarth, 2078, Tunisia
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Route Touristique, Sousse, 4039, Tunisia
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Zone Touristique Sidi Bakour, BP 240, 4116, Tunisia
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Route Touristique Boite Postale 11, Hammamet, 8050, Tunisia
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Rue Mendes France, Carthage, 2016, Tunisia
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Avenue Ibn El Jazzar-Cite la mosquee, Kairouan, 3100, Tunisia
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Top Things to Do in Tunisia

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Bardo Museum

The Bardo museum has the world's greatest collection of Roman Mosaics. It was recently the victim of a terrorist attack that killed 20+ tourist, however do not let this deter you, it is one of the...
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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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Sidi Bou Said - Centre

We only had an afternoon so the most we could do is just wander the city trying to explore each narrow cobblestone street and where it would end up. The village is so beautiful and at each corner we...
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Zaouia of Sidi Sahab - Mausoleum - Mosque of the Barber

This is a mausoleum as well as a mosque. Abou Zamma el Belaoui was a companion of Prophet Mohammad and always kept 3 of the latter's beard hairs on his person. It's still an important pilgrimage...
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Antonine Baths

One of the highlights of Carthage are the massive remains of the Baths of Antoninus Pius, which were the largest in the Roman world outside Rome. They occupy an area of 1.8 hectares/4.5 acres. Built...
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Roman Amphitheatre

El Jem has the third largest colleseum in the world and the best preserved as it was made later and with more expertise than the previous amphitheatres. It was built in 230-238 and could hold 30,000...
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"From the other side of the Mediterranean . . ."
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"Aslaama Tunisia"
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"Tunisia - From the Mediterranean to the Sahara"
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"Tunisia"
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"Nice Tunisia !"
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