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Discover the highlights of southern Tunisia on a small-group tour from Djerba to Tatouine, Chenenni, Ksar Ghuilaine, and Matmata. An included overnight at a camp in the Sahara Desert means sunrise and sunset among beautiful dunes, and you’ll have time to wander colorful markets, visit a fortified ksar, explore an oasis, see a troglodyte house, and more.
Dive into Tunisia’s ancient history on a full-day, private tour of Dougga, an archeological highlight and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since the hilltop ruins cover a sprawling 185 acres (75 hectares), it can be hard to know where to start exploring. With a private guide to lead the way, you’ll go straight to the highlights, and get fascinating historical context on each thing you see.
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.
Discover the desert communities of Tataouine and Cheneni on a full-day, small-group tour from Djerba following the ancient Roman road. Door-to-door transport in a climate-controlled vehicle ensures a comfortable day of exploring the arid landscape, with stops to browse a market, eat an included restaurant lunch, visit a Berber village, and more.
The trip begins with a visit to Takrouna, This Berber village is a historic site that played a decisive role in the outcome of the Second World War in Tunisia. It forms, with Jradou and Zriba, a site with typical and traditional architecture: stone houses, vaulted rooms and inner courtyards. Its beauty is matched only by its simplicity. The intimate aspect of this tour is the charm of the old Berber villages.
Cap Bon stretches from Nabeul for 140 km north of the country in the middle of the Mediterranean, towards Sicily. The landscape is an alternation of plains and plateaus, villages, beaches and coves. The fertile region is covered with vines that produce the famous Kelibia Muscat, fruit trees and cereals
You can discover a Tunisia a little more authentic than elsewhere, quieter and less geared towards tourism. Cap Bon is easily visited in a day by car.
Djerba Located in southern Tunisia, the island of East is famous since antiquity.
Sublimated by his charm, Homère dedicated one of his poems to him. Ulysses made a stop there, and almost broke his journey, so he was amazed by its shores
On the way down from the plane, the island of Djerba appears as a real garden covered with thousands of palm trees, olive trees with ancient trunks of fig, pomegranate, carob, apple and apricot trees, beaches with fine white sand, crystal clear sea warm water in which fish and crustaceans abound, wild nature, mild climate, summer and winter
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 via the medina during a day trip from Hammamet which includes the transport to and from Hammamet. This tour takes you to one of seven Tunisian World Heritage sites as well as three cities in one day.
Founded in 670, the city of Kairouan flourished under the Ahlabid dynasty in the 9th century. Despite the transfer of the political capital to Tunis in the 12th century, Kairouan remained the first holy city in the Maghreb. Its rich architectural heritage includes, in particular, the Great Mosque, with its columns of marble and porphyry, and the mosque of the Three Doors which dates from the 9th century., then El Djem the ancient city of Thysdrus, one of the most prosperous of Roman Africa for the visit of its amphitheater, and end the excursion by a visit to the archeological Museum El Jem.
Exploring ancient Carthage and other sights around Tunis without a guide may mean missing out on important detail and history. Make the most of UNESCO-listed Carthage’s relics with a guide to navigate and share their history on this private full-day tour from Tunisia's capital. Then, visit Sidi Bou Said, the Bardo National Museum, and Tunis' old medina. Lunch, entry fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off make your day complete.
Discover highlights of Djerba Island on a full-day, small-group tour that goes from street art to open-air markets and museums. Stay cool and comfortable while exploring the island in a climate-controlled vehicle, making the most of your time by visiting a list of top sites in a single day. This small-group trip is a personal alternative to larger tours, ensuring even more individual service from the guide.
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.
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 center
Direction 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.
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Cape Bon is rich by its Landscapes, history and culture. This circuit is encompassing all the richness of the region.
Walk to the medieval Medina, discover the art of pottery, admire the flamingos, visit the fort of Kelibia, lunch at the seaside, relive the civilization of Carthage and Rome and a foot bath at the thermal spring of Korbous.
Calling all Star Wars fans. On this exclusive half-day guided tour, you’ll get to explore the real-life filming locations of your favorite intergalactic epic. Travel between sights in a private, air-conditioned 4WD vehicle, getting a close-up peek at Luke Skywalker’s house, the streets of Mos Espa, and the Yardangs, plus many more.
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!
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.
Dougga is situated in the mountains inland of Tunisia (1h30 from Tunis)in an area that was densely populated by the Numidians. The city served as one of the capitals of Massinissa, a Roman ally, and one of the contenders to Carthage.
It is a visit to a huge archaeological site of about 3 km², the most intact Roman city in North Africa.
The beautiful theatre at Dougga dates back to 168 CE and was donated to the city by one of its wealthiest families. Its condition is so good that it used for the concerts at the Dougga Festival in summer.
The Capitol of Dougga must be one of the most impressive remains from the Roman era.
It is fascinating to see a brothel built so pragmatically and bluntly to service its function: An open court for courting, and rooms immediately in for the services.
The Licinian Baths are quite interesting for having much of its original walls intact, as well as a long tunnel used by the slaves working at the baths.
NB: Transport can be arranged upon demand
Discover two of Tunisia’s magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Sites on a full-day, private tour from Tunis to Kairaouan and the Archeological Museum of El Djem. Exploring with a private guide is the chance to uncover the stories behind the two fascinating sites, with the additional security and comfort of included, door-to-door transport.
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.
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.