Antique Cities suppress Villages, Deserts, and Beaches – Tunisia Vacations serve sunbath hotspots with an incidental rule of history. Markets, Medinas, and Mosques Shopaholics will be in their element during the holiday to Tunisia.
Look for authentic bargains and rewards when practicing your haggling skills in markets and souks – many of which can be found in the Medina Quarters, like the maze of Tunisian towns and villages. Meanwhile, the ornate mosques offer historic visitation opportunities. Saharan sand The intimacy of the Sahara means that desert safaris are easy to come by. Hop in 4×4 and you can hull over the dunes, exploring the landscape that has not changed for centuries.
Alternatively, go for horseback riding, stopping at the authentic Bedouin Camp for mint tea on the way. Fodder for the brain Local cuisine largely attracts the rich history of its country and is a big help to North African spice, delicate French touches, and Mediterranean influences. Brick in traditional dishes – a tuna and egg pastry – and mechoya salad made with red peppers, tomatoes, and onions.