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You’ll feel like you’ve stumbled into a Star Wars movie on this trip to Tataouine. George Lucas named Luke Skywalker’s home planet, Tatooine, after this desert town. First, you’ll stop at Sebhket el Melah, a huge salt lake where you can breathe in the salty air and marvel at the shimmering surface. Then, you’ll drive deeper into the desert, to Tataouine itself.

This bustling place is famous for its souks, and you’ll have time here to barter for pottery, fabrics and colourful Tunisian bowls. Next, it’s on to the Berber village of Chenini, an abandoned hilltop settlement of mudbrick houses, some of which date back to the 12th century. After a break for lunch, you’ll visit some more ‘ghorfas’ – multi-level granaries, whose vaulted cells doubled as grain stores and safe houses for the Berbers of old. They’re amazing feats of engineering and look like they’ve been plucked from a Star Wars set, so don’t forget your camera

desde 35 €

This whistle-stop tour is perfect if you want to tick off southern Tunisia’s main sights in one day. First up, you’ll make your way to the hilltop village of Tamazret, one of the first places in central Tunisia to feature overground rather than underground dwellings. Dotted with simple mudbrick houses, its streets wind upwards to a whitewashed mosque gazing over the desert plains. Afterwards, you’ll head for Douz, which is known as the gateway to the Sahara. The attractive town is home to Tunisia’s biggest oasis, where over half a million date palms merge into a stretch of golden dunes. Take the opportunity to don traditional Bedouin robes and enjoy a camel ride, swaying over the rolling sands. Then, stop for lunch at a hotel before visiting the troglodyte village at Matmata. As soon as you see its ancient cave dwellings, you’ll understand why it landed a role as Luke Skywalker’s home in Star Wars – they look like they’ve dropped from an alien planet. Tiptoe through the tiny, cool caves – some of which are still inhabited – before your journey back to Djerba.

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Visite el mercado de Tataouine, el pueblo Berber de Chenini. Después del almuerzo, viaje hacia el campamento desierto en Zaafrane para pasar la noche en la tienda de campaña. En el segundo día visite Douz, la puerta del Sahara y el pueblo troglodita de Matmata.

This half-day tour shines the spotlight on one of Djerba’s newest attractions, Djerba Explorer Park. Designed to be a replica desert village, it’s packed with attractions, shops and showpieces. Pick up traditional Tunisian pots and rugs along the pretty main street. Nose around the museum, admiring its impressive collections of Islamic art, which include glittering Berber robes and scraps of ancient calligraphy. And tour the ‘menzel’, an interesting recreation of rural Tunisian life, with whitewashed ‘houch’ houses, pottery workshops and an olive oil mill. The highlight, though, is the crocodile farm. This cluster of palmringed lagoons is home to 400 crocodiles, some of which are up to three metres long. Watch them dozing on the banks and peering from the water, and coo over the beady-eyed baby crocs in the nursery. If you’re here at feeding time, there’s another treat – watching the ferocious adult reptiles fight over hunks of uncooked meat.

desde 32,5 €

Sun, sea, swimming and slumber are the order of the day on this trip. Soak up the sun on deck, enjoy a refreshing swim, or pull on a snorkel mask and take a closer look at life beneath the waves. Leave Djerba behind for the day on this fun cruise through the Mediterranean.

First up, you’ll board a replica galleon at Houmt-Souk, Djerba’s capital. Settle on deck and watch a swashbuckling pirate show or try your hand at some traditional fishing as you sail to Pink Flamingo Island. The sight that awaits you here is really something special – think sugar-white sands, straw huts and blue-green shallows.

Once your boat has dropped anchor, you’ll have time to do whatever you like. Swim or snorkel in the crystal-clear waters, sprawl out on the sands, or sip drinks in the shade as you’re entertained by the island’s folklore troupesof drummers and musicians. Later, a tasty lunch, washed down with free-flowing non-alcoholic drinks, will be served at one of the huts. After that, there’s more time to sunbathe or swim before sailing back to Djerba in time for evening.

desde 43,75 €

There's more to Djerba than sands and sunshine. This trip lets you delve deeper into this beautiful island, dubbed the ‘island of the lotus eaters' by Homer for being where Ulysses and his crew were bewitched by a diet of lotus flowers. Your tour begins with a drive over the ancient causeway. Have your camera ready as you cross this low rock bridge, built by the Romans during the time of Hadrian. Then it's on to Guellala. This whitewashed village is a pottery centre, home to houses and caverns stuffed with earthenware pots, bowls and amphorae. Snap up some souvenirs and visit the Guellala Museum to find out more about traditional Berber life. Next, you'll return to Djerba to see La Ghriba synagogue. All bright blue tiles and pillars, this 4th-century BC enigma is said to contain stone from Solomon's temple. Finally, it's on to Houmt-Souk, Djerba's pretty capital, where you can mooch around the maze-like streets and haggle for bargains in the souks.

If you fancy swapping the hotel bar for a traditional Tunisian night out, you'll love this one. To start with, we'll drive you to the Djerba Explorer Park, an impressive desert park complete with palm-fringed pools, museums and even a replica Berber village. Here, you'll be invited into a typical Berber tent for an evening of North African feasting, dancing and entertainment. Sink into the floor cushions and tuck into tasty Tunisian favourites like fluffy couscous, juicy grilled lamb, salads and fried pastries. While you're eating and drinking, you'll be treated to a glittering floorshow, with sequin-speckled belly dancers shimmying to the incessant beats of Berber drums. You'll see an exciting display of jar juggling, too, with Tunisian dancers balancing pots on their heads and spinning and throwing them through the air with unbelievable dexterity and skill.

This half-day tour shines the spotlight on one of Djerba's newest attractions, Djerba Explorer Park. Designed to be a replica desert village, it's packed with attractions, shops and showpieces. Pick up traditional Tunisian pots and rugs along the pretty main street. Nose around the museum, admiring its impressive collections of Islamic art, which include glittering Berber robes and scraps of ancient calligraphy. And tour the ‘menzel', an interesting recreation of rural Tunisian life, with whitewashed ‘houch' houses, pottery workshops and an olive oil mill. The highlight, though, is the crocodile farm. This cluster of palm-ringed lagoons is home to 400 crocodiles, some of which are up to three metres long. Watch them dozing on the banks and peering from the water, and coo over the beady-eyed baby crocs in the nursery. If you're here at feeding time, there's another treat :watching the ferocious adult reptiles fight over hunks of uncooked meat.

Leave Djerba behind for the day on this fun cruise through the Mediterranean. First up, you'll board a replica galleon at Houmt-Souk, Djerba's capital. Settle on deck and watch a swashbuckling pirate show or try your hand at some traditional fishing as you sail to Pink Flamingo Island. The sight that awaits you here is really something special :think sugar-white sands, straw huts and blue-green shallows. Once your boat has dropped anchor, you'll have time to do whatever you like. Swim or snorkel in the crystal-clear waters, sprawl out on the sands, or sip drinks in the shade as you're entertained by the island's folklore troupes of drummers and musicians. Later, a tasty lunch, washed down with free-flowing non-alcoholic drinks, will be served at one of the huts. After that, there's more time to sunbathe or swim before sailing back to Djerba in time for evening.

If you're looking for a bit of an adrenaline rush, this quad bike safari is ideal. Firstly, you'll be picked up and taken to the quad base, where expert instructors will show you everything you need to know about driving your machine. Then it's time to don your safety gear and climb aboard your own big-wheeled buggy. Rev your engine and you're away, kicking up clouds of dust as you follow your guide in a fun convoy. Feel the cool breeze on your face as you zoom along desert tracks, snake through palm groves, and race along beaches. The best bit, though, comes when you hit harder sand and can pick up speed even more. Make sure you bring your camera and some cash along for the ride :there'll be regular stops for you to catch your breath, buy drinks and snap photos, before whizzing back to base. Just so you know, this excursion is only available to over 16s.

This two-day tour is our most popular excursion, and for good reason – it combines all Tunisia’s must-sees with an unforgettable ride on the Red Lizard train through the Atlas Mountains. To start with, you’ll visit some ‘ghorfas’, the multi-level granaries of ancient Berber villages. Learn how these curious structures were used – it’s a fascinating insight into bygone Tunisia. Your next stop is Matmata’s troglodyte caves.

You might get a feeling of déjà vu at these tiny, underground dwellings – they were cast as Luke Skywalker’s home in the Star Wars trilogy. After having a look around and stopping for lunch, you’ll continue on to Douz, a palm-filled oasis city where you’ll stay overnight. Either relax at your hotel or take an optional camel or quad bike trek over the amber-colored dunes. With the desert stretching before you, it’s easy to see why this place is known as the gateway to the Sahara.

The next morning, see the lunar-like expanses of a giant saltpan on your way to the mining town of Metaloui, where you’ll board the Red Lizard. Travelling on the tracks that were once used to ferry phosphate down from the Atlas ridges, this vintage train makes for an exhilarating journey. Sit back as you trundle through the dramatic Thelja Gorge, passing surreal rock formations, sheer canyons and lush oases that’ll have you clicking your camera non-stop. After that, it’s back to Djerba, with some fantastic memories to take with you.

If you’re looking for a bit of an adrenaline rush, this quad bike safari is ideal. Firstly, you’ll be picked up and taken to the quad base, where expert instructors will show you everything you need to know about driving your machine. Then it’s time to don your safety gear and climb aboard your own big-wheeled quad. Rev your engine and you’re away, kicking up clouds of dust as you follow your guide in a fun convoy. Feel the cool breeze on your face as you zoom along desert tracks, snake through palm groves, and race along beaches. The best bit, though, comes when you hit harder sand and can pick up speed even more. Make sure you bring your camera and some cash along for the ride – there’ll be regular stops for you to catch your breath, buy drinks and snap photos, before whizzing back to base.

desde 50 €

Two days in a 4x4, with 1 overnight on Full board under tents in the desert. This expedition is the most authentic way to experience the beauty of the Sahara... Experience a fantastic night in the great Tunisian South: Escape area, country of mirages, kingdom of dreams and legends.

The first day: You will explore Tataouine , where the famous Bat Af ' were sent in punishment to break stones , you will then visit the picturesque Berber villages of Duiret and Chenini as well as the authentic Ksar Hadada to reach finally Zaafrane for an overnight in the desert camp. You will have free time to enjoy the beautiful colors of a sunset in the Sahara.

The second day: Possibility to enjoy a sunrise over the dunes. Breakfast at the camp and departure for the visit of Douz , the gateway to the desert. 2nd step is Matmata where you will visit the undergrounded troglodyte houses. In the afternoon, departure to Toujane. Photo stop, then continue to the last visit of the tour: the magnificent site of Umm Tameur. Away from the crowds, explore its Ghorfas perfectly preserved, and then return back to Djerba.

Two days by bus and 4x4 with an escapade aboard the Red Lizard Beylical train included. We will offer you a timeless journey that will immerse you in the heart of the big Tunisian south. Between desert steppes and salt depressions, the Deep South will offer a mix of authentic and original Berber villages, green oasis, Chotts and dunes. The first day: You will discover Médenine, real crossroads of the desert roads, visit the Ksar OUM Tameur and continuation to Matmata, the star of the Tunisian south, famous for its lunar landscape and " troglodyte " houses to arrive finally at Douz, the gateway to the Sahara.

The second day: You will continue to Tozeur, mythical city and "country of Palms", famous for its great Oasis. Then take the 4x4 for an excursion to explore the beautiful Oasis Mountain, a real suspended paradise, become for years hangout of the greatest film-makers. Next visit will be on board of the beylical train «Red Lizard ". This tour will allows you to discover the beautiful “Gorges of Selja” and it’s beautiful canyons, inaccessible otherwise.

This Excursion tour will offer you the discovery of the beauty of the landscapes of the two Tunisian deserts... Departure for the discovery of Douz, the gateway to the Sahara, and ones of the places of settlement of nomads 'Mrazigs’ ... Douz was an important stop for caravans on their journeys between the Sahara and northern Tunisia. She is currently a destination of many tourists visiting the dunes of the Grand Erg Oriental. In the afternoon explore Matmata and its cave dwellings known as ‘’troglodyte’’ houses, as well as one of the sites of shooting of the famous Movie ‘’Star Wars’’.....

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