Departure from the Hotel at the time indicated by our representative, by coach with air conditioning and English-speaking guide, to El Jem. Visit of the Roman amphitheater, seventh in importance during the Roman Empire, and preserved in very good condition. Continue to Matmata. Lunch and visit of a troglodyte dwelling, excavated in the ground in the form of craters. Departure to Douz, called the door of the desert, where you can optionally take a dromedary ride through the dunes of the Sahara. Dinner and overnight at the Hotel Sahara Douz 4 **** or similar. In the morning, depart early, crossing the salt lake of Chott El Jerid, where if weather conditions allow, we can observe the phenomenon of mirage. Arrival in Tozeur and panoramic visit of the Capital of Jerid, the Country of Palms, with more than 400,000, irrigated by 200 sources of natural water. Optional buggy ride through the palm grove and optional 4×4 to Tamerza and Chebika. Continue to Gafsa for lunch and then go to Kairouan. Shortstop to visit the Medina and return to the hotels.
Departure from the Hotel at the time indicated by our representative, by air-conditioned coach and English-speaking guide, to Kairouan, fourth Holy City of Islam, founded by Muslims in 671, and where we will visit the Great Mosque of Okba Ibn Nafa, the Mausoleum of Abou Zama (the barber of Prophet Muhammad), the water ponds of the Aghlabites, the Medina and their souks. We will make a Visit to a carpet workshop. I return to the hotels.
Departure from the Hotel at the time indicated by our representative, by air-conditioned coach and English-speaking guide to Tunisia. Visit the Bardo Museum, one of the most important mosaic collections, divided into 4 historical stages: Carthaginian, Roman, Paleo-Christian, and Muslim. Free time in the Medina of Tunis to explore its souks. Departure to the coast of Carthage where lunch will be held. In the afternoon we will visit the ruins of Carthage: The Baths of Antoninus, The Hill of Byrsa, The Punched Ports, etc. Continuation to Sidi Bou Said, charming little village of typical construction, with all the white houses and their doors and windows in blue. Free time to walk its streets or sit on a terrace to taste a tea with pine nuts (optional). I return to the hotels.
Departure from the Hotel at the time indicated by our representative, by air-conditioned coach and Spanish-speaking guide to Hammamet. Panoramic tour of the city where the Spanish Fort stands out. Free time in their souks to walk and shop. Continue to Nabeul; the city of ceramics and that on Fridays it celebrates its weekly market. Visit a pottery workshop. Free time in the market. Return to the hotels.
Departure from the hotel according to the schedule set by our representative, in an air-conditioned bus, and with an English speaking guide, in the direction of the Folkloric Center of each zone. Traditional dinner with entertainment (wine and water are included) Back to the hotel.
Departure From The Hotel At The Time Indicated By Our Representative, By Air-Conditioned Coach And English Speaking Guide, To Kairouan, Fourth Holy City Of Islam, Founded By Muslims In 671, And Where We Will Visit The Great Mosque Of Okba Ibn Nafa, The Mausoleum Of Abou Zama (The Barber Of Prophet Muhammad), The Water Ponds Of The Aghlabites, The Medina And Their Souks. Visit A Carpet Workshop. Lunch And Continuation To El Jem. Visit Of The Roman Amphitheater, Seventh In Importance During The Roman Empire, And Preserved In Very Good Condition. Return To The Hotels.
We start our departure from the hotel at the time indicated by our representative, by air-conditioned coach and an English speaking guide all the way to Hammamet. panoramic visit to the city where the Spanish fort stands out. you’ll have free time in the souks for admiring and shopping. continue to Nabeul, the city of ceramics, which happens to celebrates its weekly market on Fridays. After that, we will move to Kelibia to admire its marvelous port. After lunch, we continue to Haouaria and visit the Grottes which the Carthaginians dug in search of the stones needed for the construction of most of the monuments of Carthage. Finally, we return to the hotel.