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Tunisia Family Holiday

8 days Africa, Tunisia
Adventure level: 
3. Moderate
Family Holidays | Min age 5yrs
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Trip Highlights: 
Spice it up in Sousse's vibrant markets
Be Luke Skywalker staying in the cave dwellings of Tatooine
Play gladiators in the imposing El Djem amphitheatre
Camel ride & desert camp


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Thank you for the holiday of a lifetime! It is the first holiday I've been on where our children were in tears leaving. They're still talking about their time in the cave hotel and desert camp a month later. 

Georgina Collicut, Mum

Customer Reviews
30th May 2012
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Camel ride and camping in the Sahara. El Djem, in particular the museum with its fantistic mozaics. Having a Tunisian guide who told us so much about her country.

Pity we didn't sleep in a genuine bedouin tent - conditions too windy. Log-jam at Enfidha airport on arrival, but this is more to do with airline scheduling of arrivals at the airport.

In many places recycling was not an option as facilities were not available. However, the staff tried wherever possible to minimise their impact as we went round, for example in the desert not leaving rubbish in our wake.

Sonia was excellent, paying particular attention to the needs of my daughther which is how it should be, and to the health and safety of the camel ride. Her knowledge of Tunisia, it's people and history was remarkable.


Mr S travelled in April 2012

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19th Apr 2012
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Tunisian Voyager 8th April 2012 - a nice trip

The Camel trek into the Sahara and camping out under the stars was a great experience, well all loved it.

The tour leader, a Tunisian lady, Sonia, was great, making sure we were safe and looked after all the time.  She's a walking encyclopaedia of Tunisian history, and made a real difference to the holiday.

As we were one family, we had a personal tour which was great. We can't understand why so few English people are travelling in Tunisia as the French are everywhere in numbers. The Tunisian people we met were all friendly and helpful, and left us with a great feeling of respect for them as a Nation. They have managed to change things positively without the problems currently evident in other arab countries, and we experienced far less hassle here than in Morocco or Egypt.
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