Sidi Bou Saïd

Sidi Bou Saïd

This village, laden with history and spirituality, crossing point of artists and writers, was recently ranked as one of the most charming villages in the world. More »

Chenini

Chenini

Chenini (Arabic: شنيني‎) is a ruined Berber village in the Tataouine district in southern Tunisia. Located on a hilltop near a modern village of the same name, Chenini was a fortified granary, or ksar (plural ksour.) More »

Sbeitla

Sbeitla

The ancient site of Sufetula is partly incorporated into the town of Sbeitla which, almost a thousand and a half years later, succeeded to it as one of the main towns of the Higher Steppe. More »

DJERBA

DJERBA

A large island, approximately 20 by 20 kilometers, Djerba lies just off the northeastern coast of Africa, in southeastern Tunisia, near the Libyan border. Set on the Gulf of Gabes, More »

DESERT TUNISIA

DESERT TUNISIA

tthe Sahara offers large amounts of photogenic scenery. The erg, or sand desert, takes the shape of hills, valleys, peaks and fine wrinkles shaped by the movement of the wind. More »

 

Category Archives: GUESTHOUSE

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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