By

Joshua Mok
Half-way down the coast of Tunisia is the second largest city, Sfax, which is an industrial town and is not known for its tourism.  However, this historic city holds  one of the most authentic medinas (market) in Tunisia and is found in this unsuspecting city. The medina would be similar to other Tunisian medinas, however...
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One week ago I traveled with my family to Ksar Ghilane in Southern Tunisia to stay in one of the newest guesthouses, Dar Ghilane, in this oasis. Dar Ghilane is situated at the end of the Oasis at Ksar Ghilane and is the perfect place to spend a night or two while discovering the Sahara. It is literally at...
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The Tunisians are famous for their respect towards traditions and the preservation of their culture. Brik or “breek” is an appetizer consisting of a thin, hand-made pastry called “malsouqa” and is filled with different ingredients like tuna, meat, and eggs. The pastry is folded in a triangular and deep fried. It is recommended that the dish...
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Djerba Island is a wonderful destination for a family vacation. There are endless beaches, family friendly hotels, and attractions to explore. It’s strategic location and the connection with the mainland opens even more possibilities for small adventures. When travelling with family, there are several must-visit places in Djerba. A visit to the Royal Carriage Club Riding...
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Any traveler to Tunisia can be overwhelmed by the number of sites and museums to visit during your tour. One of the great things about traveling through Tunisia is that it is a small country and travelers can visit more sites and spend less time on the road traveling between destinations. Obviously we encourage travelers to spend at...
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Over the years a common question we receive from those interested in traveling to Tunisia is… Is Tunisia safe? Many people are considering visiting other travel destinations. Tunisia should not be missed and below are a few reasons to consider visiting Tunisia: There are still many travelers from all over the world who are coming...
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With 1,000 kilometers of beautiful Tunisian coastline, the beaches and resorts of Tunisia are a great place to spend a relaxing vacation. Besides hosting some of the most beautiful beach resorts, Tunisia has managed to transform its tourism industry as a main source of revenue for its economy. The best beaches in the country are:...
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Tunisia offers beautiful scenery, breathtaking canyons, and gorges. It is the perfect place to spend a day or two hiking. Even if you are experienced hiker or you simply enjoy a good off-road walk, Tunisia will amaze you with fascinating tracks and gorgeous views. There are three mountain oasis that we recommend you come and...
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While traveling in the unforgettable south of Tunisia is a stop of a traditional lunch at the Restaurant El Bey located in the heart of the Douz Oasis. You will be welcomed with warm Tunisian hospitality and shown your table. The surroundings are incredible with Date palms overhead and beautifully manicured flower gardens. Your meal...
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Following the picturesque coastal line covered with glistening white sands of the east part of Tunisia you will reach Monastir and Mahdia. These two lovely seaside cities offer unbeatable resorts and historic sites. Monastir Monastir was once under the protection of the Ribat that was used to scan the sea for hostile ships and served...
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