Tunisia Tours and Trips 2018/2019
While in Tunisia, travel back through history to the ancient Roman Empire, re-living the past as you walk through sacred sites, museums, mosques and amphitheatres. Camp in traditional Bedouin tents as you camel trek through sand dunes in the Sahara Desert.
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8 day discovery tour through Tunis, Carthago, Hammamet and 6 other destinations in Tunisia and 1 other destination in 1 other country
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- Explore the wonderful influence of ancient Rome on North African architecture. Marvel at magnificent Roman monuments such as Dougga’s Capitol, El Djem’s well preserved amphitheater and the remains at Carthage.
- See some of the world’s finest mosaics which convey ancient wordless stories in the museums of Bardo, El Djem and Sousse.
- Hike through the striking mountain oasis of Chebika, taking in the stunning scenery of rugged date palms, small streams and waterfalls against the backdrop of arid mountains.
- Watch the sun go down in the desolate Sahara desert outside Douz and set up camp amidst the romantic desert landscape of shifting sand dunes and swaying date palms.
- Wander through the streets of Kairouan and admire its inspiring Arabesque tombs, mosques and minarets.
- Get transported to Luke Skywalker’s planet in Matmata where the Star Wars movie was filmed. Explore the labyrinth of ancient ksours by day or spend an exciting night in a troglodyte hotel.
- Stroll through vibrant, narrow lanes and alleys of Tunis, Kairouan and Sousse and breathe in the atmosphere of these ancient market places.
- Spend some time olive oil tasting or simply bask under the sun at the white sandy beach resort town of Sousse.
- Respect local religious Muslim traditions with regard to consuming alcohol and public drunken behavior can attract police attention.
- Dress modestly when traveling outdoors and cover your knees and shoulders when visiting religious sites.
- The capital city of Tunis is more liberal but southern Tunisia is quite conservative.
- Souks are a good place to pick up souvenirs such as leather goods, wood work, pottery and handicrafts but be prepared to bargain and haggle for a reasonable price.
- Carpets and rugs are a good buy in the markets of Kairouan.
- Sample mint tea, kebabs, salads, fruit juice, fresh seafood, French bread and local varieties of wine – all of which are available at reasonable prices.
- Consider an exclusive photography tour which covers all the photogenic highlights of the country.
- The import/ export of local currency are prohibited but there’s no restriction on the import of foreign currency.