Popular resort: Hammamet and Djerba. Djerba is isolated from the mainland, giving it a quiet and calm atmosphere. Hammamet is also calm and quiet with also wonderful beaches and great nightlife.
We love Tunisia for:
The city of Hammamet
Providing the best of the country’s nightlife with a range of spectacular things to do and see
Weather: The north of the country has hot dry summers with mild rainy winters. The south of the country is mainly dry.
Culture : Tunisia is known as a well of country with 70% of the population owning a car and 55% owning their own homes Food: Couscous is one of Tunisia’s main dishes. This would usually be served with meat and vegetables. In comparison to most of the North African countries Tunisian food is quite spicy. Harrisa is a popular condiment ingredients including red chilli peppers garlic, coriander and tomatoes.
Tunisia’s most popular sport is football. They held the African Cup of nations in 2004 and won is the country’s leading team “The Eagles of Carthage”
Education in Tunisia is compulsory from the age of 6-16 with French taught at age of 8 and English introduced at the age of 12.
Languages: Most Tunisians natively speak Arabic locally Tunisian Arabic
Religion Tunisia is an Islamic country. Tunisia has a culture that supports acceptance of other religious belief. 98% Muslims 1%Christians 1%Jewish
El Djem amphitheater
This is a world heritage site. This Colosseum was once able to seat around 35,000 spectators. Located in a small village.
Go trekking in the Sahara desert
The south of Tunisia covers the Sahara dessert so why not take the chance to explore the dessert by dune skiing, desert go-carting or take a light aircraft of the dunes. Scenes similar to what you have seen in the movie ‘the mummy’. Get a real experience and travel around by camel or take the alternative method 4×4
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