Explore southern of Tunisia

Explore southern of Tunisia

The sahara Desert covers nearly the whole of southen Tunisia and the popular image of shifting sands sweeping across a relentlessly barren landscape is an accurate description of the landscape found in the Grand Erg Oriental. Only suitable for four-wheel-drive vehicles and then only when accompanied by skilled drivers and guides, most holidaymakers are content to experience a less harsh version of the desert. More »

Colosseum ELJEM

Colosseum ELJEM

El Djem is famous for its amphitheater, often incorrectly called a Colosseum (roughly translated from Latin as that thing by the Colossusm, which is capable of seating 35,000 spectators. Only the Flavian Amphitheater in Rome (about 50,000 spectators) and the ruined theatre of Capua are larger. More »

Sidi bou said

Sidi bou said

Located just north of Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, is the town of Sidi Bou Said. The entire town is located on top of a steep cliff, which overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. The view from Sidi Bou Said is absolutely phenomenal, and will continue to amaze you throughout your entire trip. More »

Sbeitla

Sbeitla

Archaeological site of Sbeitla is an archaeological site in Sbeitla, in north-central Tunisia. It represents the Roman ruins of Sufetula,[2] and contains the best preserved Forum temples in Tunisia. And it was excavated and restored between 1906 and 1921. More »

Chenini

Chenini

Tunisia. Located on a hilltop near a modern village of the same name, Chenini was a fortified granary, or ksar (plural ksour.) Like other ksour created by North African Berber communities, Chenini was built on a hilltop - in this instance, between two hilltop ridges - to help protect it from raiding parties. More »

Djerba

Djerba

Djerba also transliterated as Jerba or Jarbah, is, at 514 square kilometres (198 sq mi), the largest island of North Africa, located in the Gulf of Gabes, off the coast of Tunisia. It had a population of 139,544 at the 2004 Census, while the latest official estimate (as at 1 July 2014) is 163,726. More »

 

Sahara desert treks

Each of our Sahara desert treks is an action-packed adventure with a good blend sightseeing and desert peace. visited 7-day introductory desert treks for all the family, to 15-day long distance journeys for experienced desert travellers. The desert, and the act of moving through it, is a wonderful place for cleaning the mind of all our daily thoughts and worries. The desert and it’s dunes stretch for miles and miles. Life settles into a timeless routine of local tea and fresh bread, walking, a lunch stop for fresh salad and a siesta. Then a few more miles before the evening meal, a roaring fire, music, singing and a night under the stars as you have never before seen them. You will return from the desert feeling mentally clean and rested.

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Golden Liguid, Percious liquid

The history of  the olive tree is tight linked with the history of agriculture and more particularly that of the Mediterranean basin. In fact, it has been more than five thousand years since Man cultivating the olive tree and extracted its oil by pressure. The expansion of olive groves took place simultaneously with the establishment of civilization around the Mediterranean .For Numidia, Julius Caesar required in a decree discharging an annual quantity of three million liters of oil as levied tax. According to the in order to help the settlement of nomads , which permitted guarantee the bulk of olive oil supply to the roman empire the longevity of this tree, the care it require, and the quantity of its production confer on the status of golden liquid

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Discover the southern Tunisia

Tozeur is an oasis and a city in south west Tunisia. The city is located North West of Chott el-Djerid, in between this Chott and the smaller Chott el-Gharsa.
With hundreds of thousands of palm trees, Tozeur is a large oasis. The dates that are exported from Tozeur are very well known. In ancient times, before the advent of motorized vehicles, the oasis was important for the transportation through the Sahara, which took place in caravans. The name of the city in antiquity was Tusuros, it was an important Roman outpost.In the medina (old city) of Tozeur, one can find traditional architecture, fashion and workmanship. Like elsewhere in Tunisia, the local population is generally very hospitable towards tourists, and there are also many tourist facilities

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The souks in Tunis medina

The souks are a real network of covered streets lined with merchants shops and artisans grouped by specialty.”Clean” Trades are located near the Zitouna mosque because they attract no nuisance by smell, noise or water use. The cloth merchants, perfumers, dried fruit merchants, booksellers and wool merchants are concerned the contrary tanners, fishmongers, blacksmiths and potters who are relegated to the périphérie27. There is thus a coded hierarchy of business: trade in fez, the perfumes, the silk weaving, upholstery, clothing manufacture, manufacture slippers, weaving, pottery and finally blacksmiths and dyers.

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THINKS DO IN TUNISIA

Discover the town of Sidi Bou Saïd

Gorgeously quaint and stunningly picturesque, Sidi Bou Saïd is a vision of white-and-blue buildings perched above the Mediterranean. Wander the cobblestone alleyways through the village, stop for syrupy Arabic coffee at a cliff-side cafe, and then unwind on the charmingly old-fashioned beach. It’s an easy day-trip from Tunis.

 

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THALASSOTHERAPY IN TUNISIA

A spa break in Tunisia allows to recharge, take forces. This is an opportunity to take a break Scent of a Woman, or a longer stay. During your trip to Tunisia, take care of your body but also the opportunity to discover a land of a thousand splendours.Discover our accommodation offers thalasso cheap on many other destinations.With a forty thalassotherapy centers, Tunisia stands out as the second destination after France to offer an iodinated cure. Enjoying art facilities and provided with qualified personnel, it allows to enjoy the sea water properties at good prices.

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Stay in guest houses

To live a truly human experience in Tunisia , what better than to think outside the box ? Thus, for travelers seeking a family atmosphere associated with the human touch, the homestay is a great way to meet and exchange . But how to find your hosts ? ” I’ll sleep with you ” follow the guide!Sharing and conviviality with family Much cheaper and more friendly than other types of rental holiday classic like the hotel club, homestay proves to be a clever and friendly solution for a successful holiday in Tunisia. Sleep in a Tunisian local family is indeed share his daily while enjoying a welcome and an exceptional feel safe . At this very rewarding experience that allows travelers to combine discovery of another way of life to the scenery , do not forget to bring a small gift to thank your hosts for their hospitality. This can be a box of chocolates, popular in Tunisia as expensive, or other French specialties. And most importantly, unless we ask you, do not give money to risk upsetting your hosts. Rather prefer to offer your services for housework or your contribution to the cost of meals.

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Beauty : the ancient rituals

For centuries , Tunisian women to transmit their beauty secrets from generation to generation . And thanks to this ancestral know-how, they know all the recipes to take advantage of the benefits of natural resources available to them. Rasul argan oil and Baruk : embark on a journey to discover the best of oriental beauty rituals .This is because they are exposed to dry winds and extreme temperatures of the desert that Berber women pay particular attention to the hydration of their skin. Their secret to keeping a perfectly smooth complexion despite the unfavorable climate? Using ghassoul , a clay dough that they use as a soap .

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Amazing Star Wars

At the heart of the Tunisian Sahara , nestled between beautiful landscapes and Berber troglodyte dwellings , Tataouine is also famous for its ” ksours ” its geological sites. But for lovers of Science Fiction , this place is also and above all in the region which grew Anakin Skywalker before embracing his destiny. To go on a pilgrimage in the footsteps of the Jedi : follow the guide!If the name of the character is inspired choubaka Region Chebika , located about 50 kilometers north of Tozeur , the planet Tatooine , home to more vile brigands of the galaxy in the universe of Star Wars , has , for its directly named the Tunisian city Tataouine ! Naturally , it is in the desert of Southern Tunisia that George Lucas has planted many sets of his film epic world famous .

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The Red Lizard Train of Tunisia

Deep in the gorges of the rock canyons of southern Tunisia runs the Red Lizard Train. This old fashioned train takes passengers on an adventurous journey that follows the natural path carved out by the Seldja Gorge at the foot of the Atlas Mountains. The train route gives passengers spectacular views of central Tunisia’s beautiful rocky desert canyons and landscapes, as well as passing through mountain tunnels, over steel bridges, near natural water springs, and then finally into a green oasis. You may enjoy adding this train excursion on your.

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