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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."
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Gozo and Comino Full Day Cruise Tour
"In the morning you will board on your vessel and leave Sliema Creek. You will cruise northbound towards Malta's sister island Gozo also known as the island of Calypso where you will disembark. Once you arrive at Mġarr Harbor you will be greeted by your official representative who will drive you around this beautiful island. You will be driven through Xewkija Xlendi Rabat and the Citadel Għarb (Ta' Pinu Basilica) Dwejra (Azure Window) as well as many other picturesque Gozitan villages. Whilst you will only driven through these villages
From EUR40.00
 
Gozo and Comino Full Day Cruise Tour
"In the morning you will board on your vessel and leave Sliema Creek. You will cruise northbound towards Malta's sister island Gozo also known as the island of Calypso where you will disembark. Once you arrive at Mġarr Harbor you will be greeted by your official representative who will drive you around this beautiful island. You will be driven through Xewkija Xlendi Rabat and the Citadel Għarb (Ta' Pinu Basilica) Dwejra (Azure Window) as well as many other picturesque Gozitan villages. Whilst you will only driven through these villages
From EUR40.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Tunisia

Fadhloun Mosque - Djerba

Fadhloun Mosque is located in the northwest of the island, in the Khazroun quarter, not far from the historic site of Henchir Bourgou. It probably dates to the 8th century of Hegira, which correlate...
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Dec 27, 2014

City camel tour in Djerba

Dferba is specific because it offers the possibility of riding a camel within the populate areas. It is quite understandable that you do not have full freedom of moving around, but with the camel...
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Dec 24, 2014

Chott el-Djerid

Chott el-Djerid is a 1,930-square-mile (5,000-square-kilometer) salt flat located in southern Tunisia near the Algerian border. (chott is Arabic for "salt flat"). It was formed when an ancient...
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traveldave
Mar 14, 2013

DESERT TOURS

Day 1: Your driver will pick you up from your Tozeur hotel in the morning. From there you will drive to Nefta, a near-by oasis with a stunning palmeraie. After looking at the beautiful view of this...
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Jun 06, 2011

Chemtou: looking for golden . . . stones :-)))

Ici brille le rocher doré des Numides (Stace, IAD)Chemtou is a real off the beaten path. It is not easy to reach if you are travelling by public transport soo after visiting 467833458833...
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Elisabcn
Nov 05, 2009

Ask a trustworthy local

Tunisia is a very lovely country and people are really generous, but snares are all over. If you wanna have an unusual trip, try to ask a local that looks reliable. Mastering bookish English is a sign...
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Sep 27, 2009
 
 
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Beni Mtir:Alsacian village on Tunisia mountains

My guidebook describes Beni M’tir as an Alsacian village in the middle of Khroumirie Mountains. I have never been in Alsace but the feeling that I had when I jumped off the bus is that I was not in...
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Jul 30, 2009

Takrouna: overlooking the world

Takrouna is one of the few Berber villages that you will find on the Dorsale Mountains. Maybe this name sounds familiar to someone: at Takrouna took place one of the 2WW definitive battles where the...
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Jul 29, 2009

Port au Prince

This is the perfect place for a relaxing day trip from Tunis. An unknown place in Tunisia, even for most of the locals, it is on the Cap Bon area, at 20 Km from Soliman, and you can reach it only by...
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Elisabcn
Jul 29, 2009

Hammam Lif: this is the real Tunis

Hammam Lif is an interesting place that deserves more than my short visit. We are still in Tunis, in the “banlieue sud” and unlike their banlieue nord neigbours, good standing people but also posh and...
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Jul 29, 2009

Old Roman ruins

Instead of heading to Tunis, and the thousands of tourists wandering around there every day, why not head to El Jem, between Sousse and Sfax, and wander around the old Roman colosseum - the largest...
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Bushman23
Jun 25, 2009

Maktar: border roman city

Maktar village (200km from Tunis) is from another planet!. Situated on the top of a hill at 1000 m, time has stopped there. All men wear long tunics ended with a hood like jedi knights (are you sure...
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Elisabcn
Jun 13, 2009

Zaghouan: water temple

Twenty minutes walk from the main street and surrounded by beautiful scenery there is this roman monument called the water temple (Temple des Eaux). It’s the first monument of the big water system...
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Elisabcn
Apr 04, 2009

Zaghouan: public fountains

Zaghouan does not serve water to Carthage any more but their public fountains still work and they are very helpful for locals and for tourists like me during hot days. They are very colorful,...
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Elisabcn
Apr 04, 2009

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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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"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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