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Djerba: Half-Day Djerba Island Tour

1. Djerba: Half-Day Djerba Island Tour

After pickup from your hotel, stop to admire the Roman road that connects the island to the mainland. Continue to the Berber village of Guellala, before visiting an old pottery workshop and a museum of arts and local culture. Next up, you'll cross Berber villages to reach El Ghriba synagogue, the oldest synagogue in Africa. Visit a village made famous for its graffiti after the Djerbahood street art project, before heading in the direction of Houmt Souk, the capital of Djerba. Wander through a colorful market filled with fresh fish, spices, vegetables, and fruits. Visit a covered souk to appreciate the work of local craftsmen, then continue to a weaving workshop, where you'll enjoy a demonstration along with a cup of green tea. At the end of the tour, you'll be dropped off back at your hotel.

Djerba: Explore Park and Crocodile Farm with Pickup

2. Djerba: Explore Park and Crocodile Farm with Pickup

Treat yourself to an afternoon at the Djerba Explore Park during your visit to Djerba. The park is divided into five parts: a village composed of charming streets and squares, a leisure area filled with restaurants and shops, and three attraction modules. Of the latter three modules, the first is the Lalla Hadria Museum, a museum of international stature thanks to its high-quality design and first-rate collection of around 1,000 pieces of Tunisian and Arab-Muslim art. The second attraction is the Conservatory of Djerbian Heritage, which consists of reconstructed traditional workshops for weaving, pottery, and oil production, as well as real craftsmen displaying their work.  The crocodile farm is the highlight of the park. Filled with nearly 400 Nile crocodiles from Madagascar, watch as they bask in the sun or wade through the water to cool off in the tropical greenhouse. A guided tour is included with entry, but the main attraction is the crocodile feeding, which takes place several times a week.

Djerba: Pottery Village and Heritage Museum Tour

3. Djerba: Pottery Village and Heritage Museum Tour

Get picked up from your hotel at 9 AM, and meet your driver/guide who will accompany you on a full-day tour to discover local Djerbian life. First, visit a local workshop and a museum which summarizes the traditions of this island. Spend time at a local pottery workshop and watch demonstrations on how different products are made through various steps. Continue on to the Djerba Heritage and Traditions Museum to learn more about the island and its customs. Discover exhibitions relating to weddings, costumes, and the local way of life. At the end of the tour, your driver/guide will transfer you back to your hotel where the experience concludes.

Djerba Island: Half-Day Tour with Driver

4. Djerba Island: Half-Day Tour with Driver

Explore two of the most-visited attractions of Djerba with the aid of a local driver. If you’re interested in art and architecture, this tour is a perfect combination of them both. Start your half-day tour with a trip to discover the open-sky graffiti museum of Djerbahood. 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. Continue your tour to the nearby Synagogue of El Ghriba, the most important synagogue in Djerba and the oldest in Tunisia. This 19th- century building is in a white compound 1km south of the medina. Enter the synagogue to see its lovely interior, featuring columns painted in blue, multicolor tiles, stained glass and wooden furniture. The inner sanctuary, with its elevated pulpit, is said to contain one of the oldest Torahs in the world. The tour ends with a convenient drop-off at your hotel.

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What people are saying about Djerba

Avec mon amie, nous avons passé une superbe journée au côté de Hatem et notre conducteur. La note n'est pas du tout celle pour évaluer notre guide car il était instructif, fort sympathique ayant un très bon niveau de français lui permettant d'échanger avec beaucoup d'humour, mais plutôt celle où il n'y a pas grands choses à visiter sur Djerba. Cette expérience est plus pour les curieux car nous avons tout de même trouvé l'expérience intéressante pour nous amener à cette conclusion. Mais entre vous et moi, quelle raison vous amène à Djerba ? Je ne pense pas que cela soit pour ses champs d'oliviers hyper vastes et pour ses vestiges gréco-romaines qui représentent aujourd'hui des ruines. Néanmoins, je vous recommande de sortir de votre hôtel car découvrir l'île vous permettra de comprendre ce que le tourisme représente dans la vie des tunisiens et comprendre l'histoire de leur pays. Je n'ai pas eu suffisamment de temps, mais j'aurais sûr saisi l'opportunité de visiter le désert tunisien.

picked up outside the hotel, just a guide and the driver and the two of us behind. a gentle and reassuring driver, a guide who accompanies you and explains to you all that has to know .a demonstration of pottery and to finish a free tour in the souk of hamout souk. thanks to Hatem (the guide) and Jamel (the driver) for their kindness. I highly recommend

It was a very nice time. The guide has a lot of knowledge and performs his job professionally. Moreover, Hatem is a nice person, cheerful and helpful. The driver drives very carefully, the car is comfortable and safe. Everything at a high level. We highly recommend it to anyone who wants to get to know the island of Djerba. Thank you!!!