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Djerba: 1-Night Desert Tent Safari

1. Djerba: 1-Night Desert Tent Safari

Day 1: Your tour will begin as you depart from your hotel to Tataouine. You will then begin by crossing Roman Road, the structure that connects the island to continental Africa. You will then take a break at the salt lake of Chahbania to enjoy the view and to take photos. Following this, you will enjoy a 40-minute stroll in the streets of Tataouine's market to discover the Berber products and spices for sale. You will then head to the village of Chenini, where you will enjoy a walk to discover it with a local guide. At midday, you will taste the flavors of a local meal in a Berber restaurant. Following lunch, you will cross the Erg (or the desert of rocks) and head to Ksar Ghilane. Upon your arrival you can enjoy a swim in its natural water spray, in an area located between the greenery of the oasis and the yellow color of the sand dunes. Whilst at this location there will also be the possibility of taking a camel ride tour or a quad-bike tour of the dunes (not included). By the end of the day, you will go to your camp to enjoy one of the best sunsets of Southern Tunisia. At the camp, you will have a tent, be able to take a shower, and can also experience the preparation of "sand bread" just before dinner. Following dinner, you will enjoy free time to admire the starry sky in the silence of the desert. Day 2: Following breakfast, you will head to Matmata, the troglodyte village. Your first stop will be to the Berber village of Tamazret, where you can taste an "amandes" tea. Following the break, you will visit a Berber family at their underground house, where you will enjoy an authentic local lunch. Following lunch you will head to Sidi Idriss, a troglodyte hotel where some scenes of the Star Wars film had been shot, and where we can still find some film decor. The final visit of the day will be to the Berber village of Toujane, which is hidden between two mountains and famous for handmade carpets and honey. At the end of the day, you will be returned safely to your hotel with a head full of great memories.

From Tunis: Half-Day Tour to Carthage and Sidi Bou Said

2. From Tunis: Half-Day Tour to Carthage and Sidi Bou Said

Explore the history of Tunisia on this half-day tour to Carthage and Sidi Bou Said from Tunis. First you’ll visit Carthage, founded in 814 B.C. The earliest settlements can still be seen on Byrsa Hill, just below the renowned Carthage National Museum. See the remains of two port basins, evidence of Carthaginian mastery of the sea. Discover the Tophet, a burial ground and a sanctuary of ancient deities.   Continue to Sidi Bou Said, a 5-kilometer drive from Carthage. This picturesque town is perched high on a cliff top overlooking the Mediterranean. Stroll through winding cobbled streets, and admire the whitewashed buildings with contrasting blue doors and ornate window grids. Wander around the boutiques and shop for souvenirs, or relax in a Moorish cafe. Afterwards you’ll be dropped off back in Tunis.

Tunis: Medina Guided Walking Tour

3. Tunis: Medina Guided Walking Tour

Meet your tour guide at the Hôtel Royal Victoria near the Bab Bhar area of Tunis. From there, you’ll explore the city and experience all the sides of Tunis: the old and the new, the modern and the traditional. Visit Tunis University and learn about Tunisia’s pride in its modern educational system. 30% of the country’s national budget is dedicated to education. Explore the souks, a set of shops and boutiques where trading has taken place since the 13th century. Navigate the labyrinthine streets of the Medina of Tunis and see its many shops, monuments, and mosques. As you explore the city, your guide will elaborate on Tunis’ rich architectural heritage, pointing out examples of Islamic and Roman architecture. Stop by the Tourbet el Bey and see the Tunisian royal mausoleum. Stroll through the fresh fish, fruits, and vegetables at the vibrant Central Market of Tunis. 

Djerba: Camel Ride Island Tour

4. Djerba: Camel Ride Island Tour

Take a guided island tour on the back of a camel in Djerba, Tunisia. Experience Djerba’s wild coast, sandy paths, palm trees, lagoons, and other natural features alongside a professional guide. This experience can be customized for both beginner and experienced riders. On the day of the tour, get picked up from your accommodation before starting your adventure. Then, head out from the ranch with your guide on the back of your new animal friend. Ride along the sandy tracks and discover the wild coast of the island. Admire fields of olive trees and palm trees. Meet the locals and see herds of goats. Then, see examples of Djerbian architecture before arriving at Djerba’s Blue Lagoon. Take a moment to take photos to remember your experience. Afterwards, return to the ranch knowing your fond memories were captured. At the end of the tour, enjoy a drop-off service back to your hotel.

Djerba: Pirate Ship Trip to Flamingo Island

5. Djerba: Pirate Ship Trip to Flamingo Island

After pickup from your hotel, set sail from the marina at 9 AM and head out toward Flamingo Island aboard your pirate ship. Sit back and relax with music and entertainment shows that the crew will propose. Spot some dolphins, if you're lucky, and attend a traditional fishing session. Upon arrival on Flamingo Island, enjoy some time to swim and tan before lunch. At noon, savor a delightful lunch in a lovely setting. The menu includes grilled fish, Tunisian salad, brick Tunisian couscous, cola, mint tea, and fruits of the season. After lunch, spend some more time enjoying the entertainment or return to the shore. Head back to the tourist port of Houmet Souk where your pirate ship will dock at 2 PM. The tour concludes with drop-off back at your hotel.

From Tunis: Day Trip to Kairouan, El Jem and Sousse

6. From Tunis: Day Trip to Kairouan, El Jem and Sousse

Be picked up at your accommodation in Tunis and head to Kairouan. Kairouan was established in 670 AD and flourished under the Aghlabid Dynasty. Visit the Great Mosque of Kairouan, the Aglabits Bassins, and Sidi Sahbi Mausoleum. Spend some time exploring the Kairouan Medina and enjoy a typical Kairouan lunch. After lunch, head to the small village of El Jem. Here you’ll have the opportunity to see the El Jem Amphitheater ruins. The Amphitheater is the largest colosseum in North Africa and could hold up to 35,000 people. Your next stop is Sousse. Here you’ll visit the Sousse Old Medina and the Port of El Kantaoui. Head back to Tunis and be dropped off at your accommodation in the city

Djerba Island: 3-Hour Quad Biking Excursion

7. Djerba Island: 3-Hour Quad Biking Excursion

Enjoy a 3-hour quad bike excursion in Djerba Island adapted to your experience level. Drive through the villages before arriving at the beach and Laguna. Travel along small passages winding through a village of eucalyptus and prickly-pears in the heart of wonderful landscapes. All drives are performed with high-quality equipment for optimal security. You will also have a guide with you throughout the tour. Quad biking in Djerba Island guarantees only positive emotions and unforgettable impressions. Make sure to prepare for the most memorable experience of your life.

Djerba: 3 Hour Guided Quad Bike Ride with Blue Lagoon Sunset

8. Djerba: 3 Hour Guided Quad Bike Ride with Blue Lagoon Sunset

Discover a more authentic side to Djerba, away from the crowds, on this three hour quad biking tour. The experience begins with pickup from your hotel and heads to the quad center. Upon arrival, learn how to drive your quad and listen to your guide’s safety instructions. Once you’re all kitted out, hop on your quad and follow your guide onto the track. As you ride, feel the wind in your hair and soak up the scenic views that surround you including palm trees and traditional houses. Ride through fields of olive trees and along the coastline, then head to the famous Blue Lagoon. Take a break and chill out as you watch an unforgettable sunset over the water. Afterwards, enjoy one final ride back to the quad center then relax on the return journey to your hotel.

Djerba: Parasailing Experience

9. Djerba: Parasailing Experience

Climb aboard the boat and take a tour around the big blue sea as you wait for your turn. This boat tour offers you, in addition to the parachuting experience, a free sea trip. As your turn arrives, your team will take care of providing you with your life jacket and fastening your belts from the existing platform in the boat. This platform offers fantastic security throughout both takeoff and flight. Enjoy the view of the coastline and Djerba from the sky. With a little luck you will come across dolphins, which pass quite often as they hear the noise of the engine.

Djerba: Private Airport Transfers

10. Djerba: Private Airport Transfers

Save yourself the time lost in line waiting for a taxi or a coach and book a private transfer from Djerba–Zarzis International Airport to your accommodation in Djerba, or the other way around. Enjoy a comfortable and safe transfer in an air-conditioned and insured vehicle. For arrival transfers, your driver will meet you in the arrivals hall holding a sign with your name. From there, get driven to your hotel by a driver approved by the Tunisian Tourism Office, which means, not only will you be in good hands, but you can ask him for some tips and information, if you wish. For departure transfers, meet your driver at your accommodation, then sit back and relax on your transfer to the airport in time for your departing flight. Your driver will wait for up to 60 minutes at the airport for arrival transfers, and up to 30 minutes at your accommodation for departure transfers.

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