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Trek through the Sahara desert atop a camel like an early explorer on this 2-day guided trek. With a guide in the lead to show you the ropes of camel-wrangling and provide insightful information on the sights, this ambitious overnight trek will go off without a hitch. Learn about the Bedouin and Berber ways that have kept people alive in the desert for centuries, combined with the modern conveniences of included meals and lodging.
Experience the magic of the Tunisian desert at sunrise and sunset, and spend a night beneath the desert stars on this thrilling overnight Sahara safari. Zip through the dunes in a 4x4, take part in fun activities including Folklore Show, camel riding, and tuck into a delicious Bedouin dinner. After a night camping in the desert, enjoy breakfast before returning to Tozeur.
Kairouan the fourth holy city of Islam and spiritual capital of Tunisia, then El Djem the ancient city of Thysdrus, one of the most prosperous of Roman Africa for the visit of its amphitheater, and finish the excursion by ancient Monastir Punic then Roman city of Ruspina. A diversified tour between Tunisia during the Arab-Muslim (Kairouan), Roman (El Jem amphitheater) and contemporary (Monastir), will be a good idea to spend a pleasant day in Tunisia during your stay.
A few dozen kilometers from Tozeur and Nefta are Chebika, Tamerza, and Midès, oases in a landscape of mountains that is one of the most moving sites in southern Tunisia. In this breathtakingly beautiful landscape, every oasis is different. In Chebika, a wadi runs down the side of a steep mountain, forming waterfalls and rivulets where frogs have made their home. The old village of Tamerza abandoned like a ghost village, looks out at a spectacular mountainous landscape; its lush oasis is fed by a towering waterfall. Last but not least, Midès, tucked away into a dizzyingly high canyon, boasts spectacular views.
Departure to Carthage, founded by the Phoenicians in 814 BC. The earliest settlements of Punic Carthage can sill be seen on Byrsa Hill, just below the renowed Carthage National Museum. Although destroyed by the Romans in 146BC and later built over by them, recent excavation has revealed the foundations of five-story Punic houses, each with its own cistern and drainage system. The most remarkable early remains are the two basins of the Punic Ports, an evidence of the Carthaginian’ mastery of the sea, which fascinated and frustrated the Romans. Another important site of pre-roman Carthage is the Tophet.Sidi Bou said: Perched high atop of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, this picturesque village is a delightful place for a leisurely stroll through winding cobbled streets. Its trademark white walls, contrasting sky blue doors and ornate window grids, make for a wonderfully inspiring setting. Wander around the boutiques for souvenirs or relax at a cliff-side Moorish café.
Take a step back in time and experience the history of North Africa. The Carthaginian era, the Roman era, and the early Christian era are all visited. This in-depth tour will take you on a journey to relive key moments in each of those eras. Guided by a local expert, you will get to experience the culture and local cuisine. Don't miss out on this opportunity to experience Tunisia!
Departure from the hotel by the Roman road towards Tataouine.Arrival in Khalfallah. Stop by and visit an oil mill during the olive harvest or stop in the sand dunes of Chahbania. Arrival in Tataouine and visit of the market and the city centerDirection Chenini, the village surmounted by a rocky ridge at the foot of which is a very old mosque. lunch at the local restaurant.Guided tour of the Berber village Chenini. Departure for Ksar El Ferch or Ksar Hdadda.Arrival at Ksar and visit.Departure for Djerba by the Roman way.
Cover two standout historical sites in a single day during this enriching double-duty private tour to Dougga and Bulla Regia. You’ll escape the city and discover a serene, ruin-filled countryside setting, with front-door hotel pickup included. Enter millennia-old, subterranean villas and get informative guided commentary on the impressive ancient cities, dating back to Roman and Numidian times. Tours include a tasty lunch.
Hit the highlights of Tunisia on this three-for-one guided day trip, which covers the seaside village of Sidi Boy Said and two UNESCO World Heritage sites. Discover Roman ruins alongside Tunisia’s stunning coastline at the archaeological site of Carthage and get an insider’s perspective on traditional markets and mosques in the Old City of Tunis. Tours include a tasty local lunch along the coast.
Take the guesswork out of your visit to Tunisia with this four-day tour: all details will be arranged ahead of time so you can have a stress-free trip. Highlights include riding a horse-drawn carriage in Palm Groves, viewing the Ong Jemel Star Wars desert set, experiencing Sahara desert camping at Douz, and exploring the large and well-preserved Roman amphitheater at El Jem. All accommodations, meals, entrance fees, and activities included to maximize the fun.
Beat the Tunisian heat with air-conditioned private transfers direct from your door on this half-day tour of two signature Tunis attractions. First, explore the ruins of the ancient city of Carthage, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with your private guide. Next, inhale sea views and capture timeless pictures in the cliff-top village of Sidi Bou Said. Please note: Entrance fees are at your own expense.
Experience an unforgettable night in the Sahara Desert on this overnight safari from Hammamet. Travel in the comfort of a private 4WD, stop at the desert town of Douz, then climb through the sand dunes into the vast Sahara. Spend the night at a traditional desert camp, including a delicious dinner and live entertainment around the campfire. The next day, visit the troglodyte village of Matmata, before returning to Hammamet.
Combine a visit to Kairouan, a holy Islamic city, with a trip to El Jem in a full-day tour from Tunis. Discover the Aghlabides Basins, the Great Okba Mosque, and Sidi Sahbi, with time for independent exploration and shopping. Take a lunch break at a local restaurant before heading to El Jem to view the Roman amphitheater and museum. A small group and air-conditioned transportation make this tour extra convenient.
Making an independent day trip to El Djem and Kairouan from Tunis probably means haggling with cabs and guides. This private full-day tour eliminates the hassle: with private air-conditioned transport and a guide to ensure you cover and hear about the highlights. Marvel at El Djem, the world’s third-largest Roman amphitheater; and explore Kairouan’s Great Mosque, basins, medina, and other sights. Hotel pickup and drop-off make for a well-rounded day.
Discover two history-packed Roman towns on this double-duty, ancient-themed tour of Dougga and Bulla Regia. Cover a host of standout historical sights, from open-air theaters and millennia-old baths to impressively preserved multi-story villas. Small-group tours include in-depth commentary from your own personal guide, private round-trip transportation, and a tasty local lunch.
Travel all over Tunisia with ease on this 5-day private tour with a guide. Visit El Jem, Kairouan, Tozeur, Douz, Tataouine, Tunis, and more. Accompanied by your guide, see the original Star Wars set, go camping in the Sahara, and admire ancient Roman amphitheaters. Enjoy local meals and dinners at your hotels.
The Sahara is one of the world’s most legendary natural attractions, but venturing into the vast, dune-filled desert takes insider know-how. During this thrill-packed, multi-day excursion, you’ll head deep into the wilderness—by camelback. Discover hidden corners and venture to areas inaccessible to vehicles as you learn about the Berber communities that have kept traditions alive for centuries.
First step of this excursion Kairouan, the 4th holy city of Islam and spiritual capital of Tunisia. You will visit the Great Mosque which is the oldest religious building of the Muslim West. Afterwards, you will discover the "mausoleum of the barber" and you will have free time in the medina. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Aghlabid basins, built in the 9th century, to supply the city of Kairouan with drinking water.Continuation towards the city of El Jem the ancient city of Thysdrus, one of the most prosperous of Roman Africa, for the visit of its Amphitheater.
Tunisia is known worldwide for making crowd-pleasing and award-winning wines. This half-day tour will take you to the cradle of this beautiful wine region.On the tour, your guide will share with you the story of how the Tunisian wine industry came to be. You will begin your morning or afternoon tour with complimentary pick-up from your hotel in Tunis before being taken to Mornag. There you will do a wine tasting, as well as a wine and cheese tasting.After, you will be taken on a guided tour of the charming vineyards of Mornag.Your next wine experience will be a guided cellar tour where you will take in the ambiance created by enumerable amounts of soon-to-be-wine aging in barrels and tanks. When you have had your fill of touring and tasting you will have the chance to purchase the wine you have tasted and more.For wine enthusiasts of all levels, this outstanding tour and tasting experience cannot be missed.
Discover little-known corners of the Tunisian desert on this adventurous overnight safari. Traveling in a sturdy Land Cruiser, you’ll get access to off-road locations inaccessible to other vehicles. Spot local wildlife in a nature reserve, dine on a scrumptious four-course dinner, and sleep under the stairs in a Bedouin-style campsite. Tours also include door-to-door hotel transfers from Douz.
The Dougga tour is perfect for lovers of Roman and Carthaginian ruins, a total change of scenery, the magnificent water temple, the starting point of the aqueducts that carried water to Carthage, you also visit the ancient Roman city Thuburbo Majus and finish with the famous Dougga site listed on the World Heritage List by UNESCO.
The Bardo museum is housed in the bey of Tunis’ former palace. Famous for its Roman mosaics taken from archaeological sites all over the country, it is widely considered one of the best collections in the world. Just when you think that you’ve seen the best, the next room reveals something even more wondrous! Though the Bardo is primarily about mosaics, it also houses the most important finds from Tunisia’s archaeological sites. Continue to the Medina (~ 5km, 15mn drive, the heart of historic Tunis) one of the best preserved Islamic cities in the world. Walk through the meandering streets, viewing the architecture of some residential quarter, as well as the activity and excitement of the souks. Also see the great Mosque of Djamaa-ez-Zituna, walking through Souk Eshawasheen (Traditional Cap Makers Market) and Souk El Attarine (Traditional Perfume Market).Opening days : Everyday, except Mondays
A very rich program: Visit the ancient city of Carthage, the authentic city of Sidi Bou Said overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the city of Tunis through the medina during a day trip from Monastir. This tour takes you to one of seven Tunisian World Heritage sites as well as three cities in one day.
This Phoenician city, once an important commercial port, was conquered by the Romans at the end of the Punic Wars. These destroyed and rebuilt Carthage, so we find today a lot of Roman remains in Carthage