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Although usually seen as simply a beach destination, Tunisia has a lot to offer its visitors, from history and diverse natural beauty to amazing undiscovered culture. Imagine a holiday where you have the opportunity to visit ancient ruins, luxury coastal resorts, stunning Mediterranean beaches and the same time share your skills with the communities you visit – you will definitely have a trip of a lifetime by traveling with a purpose!
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.
A very rich program: Visit the city of Monastir while passing by the coast [Sousse-Monastir] and admire one of the most cultured cities of Tunisia. You can enjoy your day to see the Ribat de Monastir, The mausoleum of Bourguiba, one of the largest fish market in Tunisia ... On your return you will have a stop at the medina of Sousse the ideal place to make your shopping as well to admire the local life of Tunisia.
- Visit of Ksar Hadada: location of some scenes from Star Wars
- Visit of the Berber village "Ghost" of Guermessa: a Berber village with all its components but which is no longer inhabited
- Hiking the first day with a local guide: around 5 hours with a picnic lunch in the middle of nature
- One night in a gite at the top of the Berber village of Douiret and Berber atmosphere par excellence
- A hike on the 2nd day of around 4 hours with a local guide
- Possibility of crossing herds of sheep, goats and dromedaries but also hamsters and rabbits.
- Visit the Berber village of Chenini and visit
- Lunch at a local restaurant on the 2nd day
- Visit the famous mosque of the 7 dormants mentioned in the Koran
- Visit the colorful market of Tataouine
- Visit a salt lake and break in the sand dunes
Explore Tunisia's Sahara Desert on the back of a quad bike during this tour. Pilot your own quad bike, which allows you to motor up and down the enormous sand dunes, reaching places that traditional tours can't access. With all equipment provided—helmet, hood, and goggles to protect from flying sand—and a tea break at a desert camp, this adventure tour has elements to keep you comfortable as well.
Explore the palm groves, desert, and villages of Douz by mountain bike on an 8-hour cycling tour. Complimentary transportation takes you from your accommodation to the bike shop, where you’re fitted with a top notch set of wheels. When ready, follow your guide to locals-only spots, millennial mud walls, and through Tunisia’s outstanding landscapes. Along the way, stop for lunch in a quaint village.
We will start by visiting Downtown Tunis, and we will walk by some Art Nouveau and Neo-Moorish buildings. Once on Bourguiba Avenue, we will discover its history and symbolism. Then, we will go to Bab Bhar (The Sea Gate) and discover all the marvels of the old Medina, its variety of Arabic, Andalusian and Ottoman architecture.
Have you ever heard “Panem and Cercences” or “Bread and Circus”? North Africa is reminding us about Roman Empire! If you want to go back in time and live the Roman joy, you need to visit Eljem- the old Roman Thysdrus! You need to walk on the Arena with the Gladiators and visit the 3rd biggest amphitheatre in the Roman world! One of the biggest collections of Roman Mosaics will leave you speechless! Enjoy beauty mosaics in the museum that is build on the ruins of the old Thysdrus, walk between the Roman quarters and even visit a house of a very rich olive oil trader, telling the story of about life back to 2nd century!
Monastir is known as the old Roman Ruspina. Monastir souk is offering a big choice of handmade leather, ceramics, and silver! Is it true, that a wedding is the most important event in the daily life of Tunisians? In Monastir, you can visit a small Costume Museum with exhibits of wedding costumes from all over Tunisia. Why the National Movement Museum is so important for locals? When does arabesque become the most important art style in the Islamic world? Habib Bourguiba mosque and Habib Bourguiba mausoleum are representing Islamic art with amazingly decorated domes and walls. In the Ribat you can visit The Islamic Museum which now occupies the former prayer hall on the upper floor. With a charismatic local guide, discover secrets of the Medina of Monastir, walk into the Marina- the harbor where pleasure yachts bob jauntily on the Mediterranean. Enjoy the harbor area with its modern beachfront where most of Monastir's luxury hotels, restaurants, coffee shops lie.
Monastir is known as the old Roman Ruspina and the birthplace of Habib Bourguiba founder of the Tunisian republic. If you want to catch some fresh sea, the air just walk into the Marina of Monastir where pleasure yachts bob jauntily on the Mediterranean. Do you know that the Ribat, it is one of the oldest Arab fortresses in North Africa built in the 8th century? What kind of art is relieving Islamic Museum located in the former prayer hall? What kind of marble was used to build Habib Bourguiba’s mausoleum? Why is National Movement Museum so important for Tunisians? With a charismatic Tunisian guide, discover secrets of the Medina of Monastir, take rest in a local coffee shop with a cup of coffee or mint tea, try chicha and hear more stories about local life!
Sousse is a major modern city and one of Tunisia’s most lively coastal resorts. Its history is recalling Phoenicians and Romans; it has magnificent medina and exceptional monuments from the Middle Ages. When does Romans was building their villas in this area? Do you know that the Great Mosque of Sousse is an example of the prototype spread across the whole Islamic West? What secrets are hidden in the narrow streets of the Medina? Sousse Medina is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Port El Kantaoui- a touristic suburb with Andalusian charm has been built especially for holiday: goers, marina yachts will leave you speechless. Don’t forget to take a minute of rest and enjoy coffee of mint tea, try chichi with locals in one of the coffee shops in the Marina of Sousse. With the local professional guide, explore the city, the Medina, visit a historic house or Dar Essid Museum, archaeological museum, hear the secrets of this Berber country!
Sousse is one of the oldest cities in Tunisia. It is dating Phoenician times, Roman Empire, Arab Conquest and has exceptional historical sites gathered in its former military port from the early Middle Ages. Have you ever walked along the ramparts? How does look Arab Ribat from inside? Discover an extraordinary panorama across the roofs of the medina, the sea, the courtyard of the great mosque! Do you know that the Great Mosque of Sousse is an example of the prototype, which would spread and be constructed across the whole Islamic West? Sousse Medina is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. With the local professional guide explore the narrow streets of the Medina, visit a historic house or Dar Essid Museum, an archaeological museum that houses a number of the most beautiful mosaics.
Are you ready for a Mediterranean dream? It starts with the hill of Sidi Bou Said- the white and blue village with the Arab- Andalusian style houses. The city with artistic spirit related to the holy man SIDI BOU SAID AL BEJI. Start your day with real energy bomb- the “zrir”- sweet mixture of nuts and sesame with honey, or Bomboloni. Then you walk up the hill to visit “Dar el Annabi” house built at the end of the 18th century, it is now a local museum, featuring the atmosphere of a Tunisian family. It offers the possibility to visitors to truly dive into the Tunisian daily life, arts, and traditions.
Afterward, you carry to “Kawa al alia” on the highest point of this dream place. As you take a stroll through this village, you can admire the bougainvilleas flowers until you reach the Sidi Chabaan coffee shop with a panoramic view of the bay of Tunis. Here you can enjoy the beautiful scenery with a cup of coffee or mint tea, sitting on straw mats with the locals and smoke a chicha.
Sousse is one of the largest surviving Roman towns once called Hadrumetum. Its Medina was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Why this exceptional historical site gathered in this former military port from the early Middle Ages is one of the most important religious and historical monuments? Did you know that the Great Mosque of Sousse is an example of the prototype which is spread and constructed across the whole Islamic West? You will see the most magnificent buildings in the city. You will be amazed by its Islamic architecture. Did you know that Sousse changed the name four times? A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about Ribat, Archaeological Museum, Dar Essid Museum, Great Mosque.
Medina and its imposing walls surrounding the old town of Monastir is known as the old Roman Ruspina. It is the birthplace of Habib Bourguiba founder of the Tunisian republic. Why The Hanafi mosque of Bourguiba is one of the most important religious and historical monuments? Did You know that Ribat of Monastir it is one of the oldest Arab fortresses in North Africa? You will see the most magnificent building in the city. You will be amazed by its Islamic architecture. Did Monastir really was an old Berber village? A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about The Hanafi mosque of Bourguiba, Ribat, National Movement Museum.
Are you ready for a Mediterranean dream? It starts with the hill of Sidi Bou Said- the white and blue village with the Arab- Andalusian style houses. The city with artistic spirit related to the holy man SIDI BOU SAID AL BEJI. Start your day with real energy bomb- the “zrir”- sweet mixture of nuts and sesame with honey, served on the newborn ceremonies, or Bomboloni, a fried doughnut snack topped with sugar. You can try it at the finest pastry shops in Tunisia. Then you walk up the hill to visit “Dar el Annabi” house built at the end of the 18th century, it is now a local museum, featuring the atmosphere of a Tunisian family. What is so special about this place? Would you like to truly dive into the Tunisian daily life, arts, and traditions? A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about “Kawa al alia”, Sidi Bou Said mausoleum and other romantic places.
The first part of our route through Tunis will show us one of the most important places in the city: its university, one of the most remarkable on the African continent. After visiting the university campus, we will stroll through El Manar, the adjacent neighborhood that best represents the economic and demographic expansion of the country over the past two decades.
Then, we will approach the doors of the Medina to continue our guided tour of Tunis. We will descend from the vehicle to venture into its labyrinthine streets which will take us back in time. With our guide, we will visit the Medina of Tunis and discover some of its most beautiful and important monuments and temples, while soaking up the atmosphere of local life and enjoying the bustle of its souks and markets.
The electric scooter Chopper (Harley style) is a convenient and ecologically-friendly way to effortlessly explore the Djerba island with your partner, family or friends during your holidays—no driver’s license required! Discover the open sky graffiti museum of Djerbahood and the town of Erriadh on this tour from Djerba.
The town of Erriadh in Djerba has hosted the works of around 100 artists of 30 different nationalities. Erriadh, an authentic and traditional town, has become a major place of expression for artists from diverse cultures. Don’t miss this worldwide panorama of street art and an essential cultural attraction in Tunisia.