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Siroko Travel

Trekking is the ideal way to discover its enchanting heritage which harmoniously confines fragments of history with the treasures of a changing natural environment.


Trekking enthusiasts can only appreciate this very special de...

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Trekking is the ideal way to discover its enchanting heritage which harmoniously confines fragments of history with the treasures of a changing natural environment.


Trekking enthusiasts can only appreciate this very special destination. A microcosm of Africa, Tunisia first reveals the charm and allure of the Mediterranean sea, ascending to the Atlas mountains beyond which lie the vast Sahel prairies, the gateway to the desert, and spread all over the country the amazing Roman ruins lay scattered in the Tunisian soil.

Trekking tours in the north offer an opportunity to explore the unique and the most fascinating sites of the Mediterranean basin: Dougga, Bulla Regia, Makthar, Sbeitla, Haidra and Thuburbo Majus, so many more unexpected fabulous landscapes hanging on to ancient memories.

A perfect marriage between the sea and desert, and rich in contrasts and history, Tunisia offers a huge potential for ecotourism. The wild beaches of the northern coast coupled with the mountain forests, as well as the huge Sahara desert in the south, give the nature lovers and ramblers immense satisfaction.

Siroko travel, a leader and specialist in trekking, will give you the opportunity to witness for yourself the other side of Tunisia.

 

To find out more, you can visit their website here.

www.sirokotravel.com

Responsibletravel.com

Tunisia is a gentle introduction to North Africa, with its friendly Berber people and temperate climate. We traverse this diverse country from the Mediterranean to the Sahara, visiting spectacular Roman sites, mountainous forti...

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Tunisia is a gentle introduction to North Africa, with its friendly Berber people and temperate climate. We traverse this diverse country from the Mediterranean to the Sahara, visiting spectacular Roman sites, mountainous fortified kasbahs and the shady forests of the north. We visit Kairouan, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the area around Matmata, a dramatic landscape often used by Hollywood, also home to a number of troglodyte dwellings. Heading south, the Chott el Jerid salt lake appears mirage-like against the sand, and we enjoy the unforgettable experience of a camel trek into the Sahara to sleep amongst the silent dunes.

To find out more, you can visit their website here

www.responsibletravel.com

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