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  • Tunis: Private Transfer to/from Tunis-Carthage Airport (TUN)

    1. Tunis: Private Transfer to/from Tunis-Carthage Airport (TUN)

    Ensure your trip is hassle-free with a convenient 1-way private transfer to or from Tunis-Carthage International Airport (TUN) in Tunis. Choose from 3 vehicle options to best fit your needs for a comfortable travel experience. For groups of 3 passengers or fewer, choose from a sedan vehicle or a business sedan vehicle that can fit 3 standard-sized pieces of luggage. For groups of up to 7 passengers, choose the minivan option that can fit 7 standard-sized pieces of luggage. On the day of travel, enjoy a meet and greet service at the airport's arrivals hall. Get help with your luggage, board your vehicle, then sit back and enjoy the ride to your destination.

  • From Tunis: Half-Day Mornag Wine-Tasting Tour

    2. From Tunis: Half-Day Mornag Wine-Tasting Tour

    Tunisia is known worldwide for making crowd-pleasing and award-winning wines. Head straight into the heart of this beautiful wine region on a half-day tour. Learn about how the Tunisian wine industry came to be from your guide. Hear about how the foundation for production was established.  Begin the day with pickup from your hotel in Tunis before heading off toward Mornag. There, enjoy a wine tasting, as well as a wine and cheese pairing. Afterwards, you will be taken on a guided tour of the charming vineyards of Mornag. Your next wine experience will be a guided cellar tour, where you can take in the ambience created by a huge collection of soon-to-be wines aging in barrels and tanks. When you've had your fill of touring and tasting, take the chance to purchase your favorite wine or other goodies. For any and all wine enthusiasts, this outstanding tour and tasting experience should no...

  • Cape Bon Peninsula: Full-day Tour from Tunis or Hammamet

    3. Cape Bon Peninsula: Full-day Tour from Tunis or Hammamet

    After pickup from your hotel, start your tour with a visit to the Archeological Museum of Nabeul. Also know as Neapolis in ancient times, the city of Nabeul was founded in the 5th century BC. The Archeological Museum was renovated in 2003, and although it is only the size of a house, it boasts an amazing collection of mosaics and other rare specimens from various archaeological sites in the region of Cape Bon. Next, head to Kelibiya to explore the fortress of Kelibia, one of the most important monuments of Cape Bon. This historic fortress is built on a massive rock 150 meters high. It is the largest and best-preserved Muslim fortress in Tunisia. You’ll also stop at the nearby port of Kelibia, the fourth largest fishing port in Tunisia and enjoy spectacular views of the fortress from there. Then discover the ruins of Kerkouane, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, before continuing on to Ghar ...

  • Tunis Port: Medina and City Tour for Cruise Ship Passengers

    4. Tunis Port: Medina and City Tour for Cruise Ship Passengers

    Start your morning early and leave your cruise ship to meet your guide at the port. Then, head to the old medina of Tunis, the beating heart of the city. Take the time to stroll through the medina's narrow and magical alleys. Admire its unique architecture and visit its most important monuments, learning about their history from your professional guide. Before returning to the port, spend some free time and exploring and shopping.  At the end of the tour, you'll be taken back to the starting point at the port.

  • Douz 2-Day Sahara Desert Camel Trek

    5. Douz 2-Day Sahara Desert Camel Trek

    On day 1, following an early pick-up from your hotel or accommodation in Douz, meet your Bedouin cameleers and begin your camel trek. Enjoy riding the camel through the fascinating views of the golden dunes and the amazing landscape which will change as the day progresses. At midday, break for lunch. While the chef prepares a delicious meal, take the opportunity to take photos of the impressive desert. After lunch, continue your journey and ride the camel til sunset. Watch the amazing sight of the sun setting behind the golden dunes. Arrive at the desert camp, and sit down for a traditional Berber dinner with famous flatbread prepared on an open fire. Spend the night under the starry Saharan sky, drumming around the fire. In the early morning, enjoy the charming sunrise as you eat a Berber breakfast. Continue to ride the camel through the remarkable dunes and fantastic landscape, from ...

  • Tunis: Carthage, Sidi Bou Said & Bardo Museum Private Tour

    6. Tunis: Carthage, Sidi Bou Said & Bardo Museum Private Tour

    Start the day with pickup at your Tunis hotel. Make the 25-minute trip to Carthage in a comfortable, air-conditioned car, and spot some of Tunisia’s most exclusive villas along the way. Explore the city with your guide, taking in ancient landmarks with sweeping views of the surrounding coastline. Learn about how Carthage was famously destroyed by the Romans in 146 BC, but excavations have revealed homes, sewage systems, and the remains of the city walls. After visiting the UNESCO-listed archeological site, continue to Sidi Bou Said, a blue-and-white, picturesque village that looks over the Mediterranean. Pause for lunch at a local restaurant, then return to Tunis to visit the Bardo National Museum, whose exhibits display Roman mosaics, early Islamic ceramics, and rare Phoenician artifacts. Make the final stop of the day in the Tunis medina, the city’s UNESCO-listed old city. Follow you...

    We had a wonderful adventure. Be aware that your guide may encourage you to buy items from her preferred vendors, who *may* be charging higher prices for a kickback. Nonetheless, we enjoyed ourselves immensely.

  • From Tunis: Kairouan & El Jem Day Trip with Lunch

    7. From Tunis: Kairouan & El Jem Day Trip with Lunch

    After being picked up from your Tunis accommodation, set off for Kairouan. Start your tour with a visit to the last 2 9th-century Aghlabite Basins which were among the greatest waterworks of the Middle Ages. Witness the monuments from the top of the Tourist Information Building as you gain an introduction to the foundation of Kairouan and its glorious age. After this, continue the tour with a visit to the 7th-century Great Okba Mosque, the oldest mosque in North Africa. Appreciate the powerful and beautiful expression of faith inherent in the 9th-century architecture. Proceed to the nearby Sidi Sahbi, to visit the 17th-19th century building known for its minaret and beautiful courtyards lined with green-blue tile work and white plaster stucco. Then, arrive at the entrance to the Medina for a guided walk through the main street and up to the mystical "Bir Barrouta". Spend some free time ...

    The mosque in Kairouan and the colosseum in El Jem are well worth seeing. Just know that most of the tour is driving to the sites from Tunis. If you want to spend more time experiencing either city consider an overnight trip. But I was happy with the tour overall.

  • From Tunis: Sousse and Monastir Sightseeing Tour

    8. From Tunis: Sousse and Monastir Sightseeing Tour

    Depart in the morning with a pickup from your hotel. The first stop on this sightseeing tour is the city of Monastir. See the Ribat, which is the oldest fortification built by Arab conquerors in the 8th-century. After the Ribat this tour takes you to the Bourguiba mausoleum, the final resting place of the first president of the Tunisian republic. Conclude your time in Monastir with a stroll in the marina filled with quaint shops and nice cafes. Head to Sousse to enjoy lunch at a recommended restaurant with a stunning view and culinary specialties of the Mediterranean. After your tasty lunch browse through the medina. During your time in the medina gaze at the majestic minaret of the Grand Mosque of Sousse. Visit the Dar Essid Museum. The museum is located in a palace that once belonged to a family of aristocrats. Trace the everyday lives of people living in Sousse during the 18th and 1...

  • Tunis: Medina Guided Walking Tour

    9. 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. 

    Hassan was an amazing guide. On another tour, we did a small part of the medina but Hassan showed us much much more. He was very eager to please us and to attend to our interests and needs. We highly recommend. Very happy with our experience. Thank you Hassan.

  • Tunis Governorate: Full-Day Tour

    10. Tunis Governorate: Full-Day Tour

    Set off to explore Tunis and its surroundings. The getaway will start with the Old Medina, the economic heart of the city, and a monument classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Stroll through the narrow alleys and discover the monuments, the history, and the unique architecture of this site. Visit the famous Zitouna mosque, the Medresas, and the Kasbah. Then, head to the Bardo Museum, the richest in the world in terms of the Roman mosaics collection. Meet Virgil, Neptune, and learn more about the civilizations that occupied Tunisia. In the afternoon, discover the ruins of Carthage, the Punic city invaded by the Romans. Admire these monuments and discover the hill of Byrsa, the Punic port, the Antonine Baths, and other UNESCO World Heritage sites. At the end of the day, take advantage of free time to stroll in the alleys of Sidi Bou Said, with its white walls and blue doors whic...

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 64 reviews

This tour was amazing. We enjoyed not only visiting historic sites but exposures to local food and people. The guide and driver were very friendly and showed great hospitality. They gave us flexibility under limited time of visit. We felt totally happy with the whole tour.

We had a wonderful adventure. Be aware that your guide may encourage you to buy items from her preferred vendors, who *may* be charging higher prices for a kickback. Nonetheless, we enjoyed ourselves immensely.

The amphitheatre of El Djem is so well preserved, both inside and outside. The tour was amazing, lunch and the guide helped us a lot. highly recommend

Our guide Fahmi was fantastic. He was helpful, informative and knowledgeable.

Femi and our driver were amazing! lovely day trip!