Tunisia is situated on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa, midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Nile Delta. Tunisia contains the eastern end of the Atlas Mountains and the northern reaches of the Sahara desert.MEDINA town’s walled old quarter with shady and narrow streets that are full of interesting sights.KASBAH An ancient citadel with high walls and small windows normally found on a hilltop or close to harbours. Some of the most beautiful Kasbahs can be seen in Le Kef, Sousse and Tunis.SOUKAs well as being markets and bazaars, souks offer a tempting variety of places to go for a g.... more details


Hammamet, a developed town with dozens of upscale hotels strung along a ritzy beach-trimmed shore.Once a humble fishing settlement set amongst lemon groves, Hammamet has undergone a metamorphic transformation in the last century. Yet away from the parasol scattered sands a stroll around the historic centre provides a glimpse into Hammamet’s bygone era with its charming medina, thick stone Kasbah and riddle of narrow alleyways..... more details


Desert nomads of the Marzougui tribe will give you a high-quality desert experience. We use 4x4 vehicles to travel as far as possible before meeting our camels - we will be completely isolated from western civilization in this remote part of the great Sahara Desert..... more details

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