Departure to Carthage, founded by the Phoenicians in 814 BC. The earliest settlements of Punic Carthage can sill be seen on Byrsa Hill, just below the renowed Carthage National Museum. Although destroyed by the Romans in 146BC and later built over by them, recent excavation has revealed the foundations of five-story Punic houses, each with its own...Read more
Dougga is a UNISCO Site and considered as one of the Best Archeolgical Roman Site in North Africa . If you are a fan of History and Archeology then this Site should in your Top 10 Bucket list....Read more
The Dougga tour is perfect for lovers of Roman and Carthaginian ruins, a total change of scenery, the magnificent water temple, the starting point of the aqueducts that carried water to Carthage, you also visit the ancient Roman city Thuburbo Majus and finish with the famous Dougga site listed on the World Heritage List by...Read more
A very rich program: Visit the ancient city of Carthage, the authentic city of Sidi Bou Said overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the city of Tunis through the medina, the city of Hammamet on a day trip to departure from Sousse which includes round-trip transportation to Sousse. This tour takes you to one of the seven Tunisian UNESCO World Heritage...Read more
A very rich program: Visit the ancient city of Carthage, the authentic city of Sidi Bou Said overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the city of Tunis via the medina during a day trip from Hammamet which includes the transport to and from Hammamet. This tour takes you to one of seven Tunisian World Heritage sites as well as three cities in one...Read more
- Homestay visit to Matmata - Visit of 3 types of desert: Chott (salt desert / Erg (sand desert) and Reg (rock desert). - Visit of mountain oases: Chebika - Tamerza and Mides - Visit of the biggest sets of Star Wars in Tunisia: the village Mos Espa - Visit the basket of Nefta - Visit of an old medina - Visit the largest salt lake...Read more
Tunisia '' The Magic of the Desert '' is an experience for the most curious and adventurous who want to trace time back centuries ago and see live and live various aspects of nomadic Berber life touring landscapes and amazing places. Together '' We Follow the Stars in the Sahara....Read more
Embark on a half-day guided tour in Tunis and visit many of it's famous highlights such as : Bardo museum, Tunis Medina; one of the best preserved Islamic cities in the world, the great Mosque Ez-Zitouna, and a traditional cap and perfume...Read more
Dougga is the pinnacle of the Roman presence in Tunisia and looks out majestically over the hills. What perhaps makes it so aesthetically pleasing is its geography – perched on high, it is a picture of verdancy and her stone columns stand proudly against the green countryside. It occupies an unusual position for a Roman town because its origins...Read more
Visit the ancient city of Carthage, a seaside village, and the Tunis medina on a full-day tour from Tunis that includes lunch and round-trip transport from your Tunis centrally located hotel. This 8-hours tour takes you to two of Tunisia’s 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in a single day.
Highlights • Full-day Tunis tour • Visit...Read more
If you want to visit the Top sites and highlights around Tunis then look no Further. !!!!
My passion in life is history; or understanding why things happened when and where they did and what happened as a result. Whether it's an impressive building I've never seen before or a battlefield I've never previously visited or an event in history...Read more
Departure for Kairouan, the 4th holiest city in the Islamic world. The visit starts from the 9Th century Aghlabides basins seen from the top of the tourist information building with an introduction to the foundation of Kairouan and its glorious ages.
Move to the grand mosque, the oldest in north Africa, continue to the nearby Sidi Sahbi (a...Read more
Kairouan the fourth holy city of Islam and spiritual capital of Tunisia, then El Djem the ancient city of Thysdrus, one of the most prosperous of Roman Africa for the visit of its amphitheater, and finish the excursion by ancient Monastir Punic then Roman city of Ruspina. A diversified tour between Tunisia during the Arab-Muslim (Kairouan), Roman...Read more
Founded in 670, the city of Kairouan flourished under the Aghlabid dynasty in the 9th century. Despite the transfer of the political capital to Tunis in the 12th century, Kairouan remained the first holy city in the Maghreb. Its rich architectural heritage includes, in particular, the Great Mosque, with its columns of marble and porphyry, and the...Read more
• First Day : EL JEM – MATMATA - DOUZ Departure to El Jem, Visit of El Jem Amphitheatre. This monument is the largest Roman monument left in Africa. Departure to Matmata. Lunch at hotel Sidi Driss, visit of troglodyte houses, This is where the troglodyte dwellings are located. Continuation to Douz. (Optional camel rides in the desert....Read more
Departure to Sidi Bou said: Perched high atop of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, this picturesque village is a delightful place for a leisurely stroll through winding cobbled streets. Its trademark white walls, contrasting sky blue doors and ornate window grids, make for a wonderfully inspiring setting. Wander around the boutiques for...Read more