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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

Most Viewed Shopping in Tunisia

Atelier de Nattes

In Houmt Souk, on the island of Derba, there is a unique studio in which for more then fifty years Mr. Mohamed Khacha is selling his creations made of palm leaf, cane and halfa. I could not figure out...
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Dec 25, 2014

Kilim shops

Blanket or mat for the floor in the corridors should be distinguished from the carpet which is intended for the room. Both are hand-weaving but the difference is huge. Expensive rug weaving is made...
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Dec 25, 2014

at market places

Traditional Tunisian cuisine is a mixture of various influences, Greek, Arabic, Italian and Spanish, and the common characteristics is that the dishes are hot spicy. In the entire Mediterranean basin...
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Dec 25, 2014

jewelry and "jewelry"

There are some things that are unexplained to men, not to say mysterious. How is it possible that women unmistakably "smell" where there is a shop with jewelry, in the city in which they have never...
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croisbeauty
Dec 25, 2014

The Markets in Tozeur

I did most of my "souveneir " shopping in Tozeur. It was one of the last cities we visited so it made sense to buy it there rather than lug extra stuff all over the country with us! There is an area...
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kazander
Apr 04, 2011

Tunisian music CD's

Some contemporary names to watch out for are: Badra Jerjisi, Lotfi Bouchnek, Anouar Braham, Mohammed Zine El Abidine, Latifa Arfaoui, Amina Fakhet, Sofia Sadek, Dhikra Mohammed, Chokri Bouzaine,...
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Apr 04, 2011
 
 
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Ehemmm . . .

Welcome to the “Boulevard de la Contrabande” ! We are talking about the main road which follows the coast from Libya to Tunis (picture 4). This road is full of stalls selling different things like ...
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Jun 13, 2009

Kairouan Carpets

Kairouan carpets are the most renowned carpets in Tunisia. You can recognise them by its kind of point and by their typical hexagonal designs in the centre. In Kairouan you will find a lot of shops...
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Elisabcn
Feb 23, 2009

Shopping in Tunisia

Of course ill update this tip as soon as i do more mini trips around the country :-D-I like the bracelets of the old medina in Tunis-I don't like the stuff sold in Sidi Bou Said shops. And they are...
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Feb 23, 2009

Sand roses, minerals and other smiling stones

West of Tunisia is a paradise. It is amazing what nature has created in this area: canyons, desert, green mountains and valleys, turquoise lakes, oases. . . Talking about “shopping” here you will...
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Feb 23, 2009

Local Store

Tunisian commerce has evolved and has adapted to modern ways such as selfservice, where the prices are fixed.The Tunisian dinar is not like the dollar or pound seperated in 100's but in 1000's. 1...
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csordila
Feb 05, 2009

Carpets!

Kairouan is the carpet capital of Tunisia and the main area of Ave 7 Novembre in the Medina is the place you should head to if you want to see/buy them. There are also loads on display in the Maison...
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Willettsworld
Aug 31, 2008

Medina's

If you're after souvenirs then you should head for the Medina, especially the narrow alleyways that run from the Bab el Bhar in Tunis at the Medina's eastern entrance. You can buy all sorts of stuff...
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Willettsworld
Aug 30, 2008

sousse centre

these shops can be found in the main tourist areas of tunisia and sell a wide and varied range of gifts, jewelry, clothes, etc.they are air conditioned buildings.clean and airy. you do not get hassled...
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smithy65
Aug 02, 2008

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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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