Available until 26 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - Bardo Carthage Sidi Bou Said
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: Step back through the millennia at the ancient ruins of Carthage. Founded by the Phoenicians in 814 BC, this once mighty city was home to Hannibal. But its real heyday came under the Romans, when it was the jewel in the crown of their Empire. And its crumbled monuments will leave you wide-eyed.
See the immense Antonine Roman Baths perched above the Med, the amphitheatre and haunting sacrificial site of Tophet, as well as numerous other relics. Then it’s on to Sidi Bou Said, a beautiful clifftop village. All radiant whites houses, blue shutters and cobbled streets, this picturebook place commands heart-stopping views over Tunis bay. After lunch, you’ll visit Tunis’ famous Bardo Museum. Here, your guide will take you around its worldleading collection of Roman mosaics- astonishing artworks dug up from Roman villas found in the region. Afterwards, there’s free time to admire the museum’s other displays before heading back to your resort
Meeting/ pick-up point: From hotels.
Duration: 10 hours.
Start/opening time: At 8am.
End/closing time: At 6pm.

Available until 30 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - Camel Caravan
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: You’ll get to play Lawrence of Arabia on this tour, as you soak up Tunisia’s scenery using the nation’s most traditional form of transport. It starts with a coach ride to a camel station in Kantaoui. When you arrive, you’ll meet the friendly creatures before climbing onto the back of one.
There’ll be a stop at a café next, where you can have a drink and watch traditional Tabouna bread being baked. Once you’ve had a rest, you’ll make the journey back to the camel station, ready to board the coach.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Hotel lobby.
Start/opening time: At 9.00am.
End/closing time: At 12.00pm.
Languages: English and German.

Available until 31 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - El Djem amphitheatre
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: El Djem, the world’s third biggest Roman amphitheatre. Head inside this stunning, 30,000-seater coliseum and you’re instantly transported to the days of the gladiators. Expect goosebumps as you enter its underground tunnel, where slaves and animals were kept before entering the arena. Each year between July and mid-August is becomes the setting for the International Festival of Music, celebrating both classical Arab music and European pieces.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel lobby.
Start/opening time: At 8.30am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.

Available until 31 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - Friguia Park
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: Start your day at Friguia Park, the largest animal park in North Africa. Stroll along the elevated wooden walkways, admire the panoramic views over the park and see right into the animal enclosures. The park is open to the public since November 11th, 2000; the purpose of the park is to preserve the species by looking after the development of the most threatened ones.
In cooperation with the General direction of Forests and the zoo of Paris our task is to reconstitute the decimated species and to reintroduce them in their natural environment. Nearly 412 animals and over 61 species live in semi freedom in large enclosures. The park has rest areas, restaurants / pizzerias, kiosks, retail outlets, and souvenir shops.
Meeting/ pick-up point: From hotels.
Duration: Four-and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: At 8.00am.
End/closing time: At 12.30pm.
Languages: English and German

Available until 31 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - Holy, historic and modern Tunisia tour
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: Discover the three places that best capture the holy, historic and modern sides of Tunisia. You’ll start at the holy city of Kairouan, the fourth most important site in Islam. Peep through the huge cedar doors of its 9th century Grand Mosque. Marvel at the intricate mosaics of the Sidi Sahbi mausoleum. And explore the bustling medina, perhaps buying some of Kairouan’s famous ‘makroudh’ - date-filled pastries.
After lunch, you’ll continue to El Djem, the world’s third biggest Roman amphitheatre. Head inside this stunning, 30,000-seater coliseum and you’re instantly transported to the days of the gladiators. Expect Goosebumps as you enter its underground tunnel, where slaves and animals were kept before entering the arena. Last visit, Monastir the birthplace of Habib Bourguiba, Tunisia’s revered first president. Tick through the sights on your own, admiring the gold domes of the Bourguiba Mausoleum and the medieval Ribat fortress. If it seems familiar, it’s probably because it starred in the film ‘The Life of Brian’.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up.
Duration: Nine hours.
Start/opening time: At 8am.
Languages: French.

Available until 30 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - Kairouan El Jem
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: Discover the three places that best capture the holy, historic and modern sides of Tunisia. You’ll start at the holy city of Kairouan, the fourth most important site in Islam. Peep through the huge cedar doors of its 9th century Grand Mosque. Marvel at the intricate mosaics of the Sidi Sahbi mausoleum. And explore the bustling medina, perhaps buying some of Kairouan’s famous ‘makroudh’ - date-filled pastries.
After lunch, you’ll continue to El Djem, the world’s third biggest Roman amphitheatre. Head inside this stunning, 30,000-seater colosseum and you’re instantly transported to the days of the gladiators. Expect goosebumps as you enter its underground tunnel, where slaves and animals were kept before entering the arena.
Meeting point: Pick-up from the hotels.
Duration: 10 hours approximately.
Start/opening time: At 8am.

Available until 31 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - Light and laser shows
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: If you fancy an evening that's a little less ordinary, don't miss this. Give the beach bars a miss and join us at the Lights and Laser show. Not only do the special effects amaze the show also unravels 3000 years of Tunisia's history. A night of real folklore and culture, with a four course dinner and traditional entertainment to boot.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel lobby.
Start/opening time: At 4.35pm.
End/closing time: At midnight.
Languages: English, French and German.

Available until 27 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - Market Fever
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: Nabeul Market is North Africa’s largest street market where you can buy everything from chocolate to couscous and silk to saucepans. Although mainly geared towards tourists these days, you can still see locals buying vegetables, meat and household wares.
Next stop is the Kamy spice museum and shop that tells the history of spice in Tunisia, followed by a light lunch in one of the restaurants in Yasmine Hammamet. After lunch, you’ll make for the Chateux Baccheus, a well-known vineyard where you’ll get to sample the fine wines produced here. You can also purchase a few bottles to take with you if you find your favorite. Careful though, Tunisian wine tasting is a bit different. . . you don’t spit it out.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Hotel lobby.
Duration: 5 hours and 30 minutes.
Start/opening time: At 8.30am.

Available until 31 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - Quad & Bikes
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: Want to leave the beaten tourist track behind. Then this quad bike lets you do just that. After driving to your quad bike camp, you’ll be given a helmet and gloves and shown to your very own rugged four-wheeler. After a quick briefing, it’s then time to rev up and roar off in a guided convoy deep into the landscapes around Tunisia. Believe us, when you come back, you’ll feel exhausted but exhilarated. A whirlwind experience.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Hotel Lobby.
Duration: One-and-a-half hour.
Start/opening time: At 10.00am.
Languages: English and French.

Available until 25 October 2017
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse - The berber village of Takrouna
Excursions in Port El Kantaoui-Sousse: Discover an authentic Berber village with a visit to Takrouna. Combine incredible views over the Gulf of Hammamet with an immersive and informative experience.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Enjoy far reaching views over the Gulf of Hammamet, Sousse Hergla and the South plain of Kairouan
* Visit an authentic Berber Village
* Experience the weekly Market, or even a trip to the hammam
Marvel at the views from Takrouna, a Berber village built 200 meters above sea level on a high rock that commands spectacular views over the surrounding landscape. It is an original village whose name was probably related to the original tribe that migrated there from Andalusia with the expulsion of the Moors in 1609. The tradition would be for an immigrant family to settle and give the village its name. Learn this and more at your first stop.
Move on from Takrouna to Sidi Jedidi, located high up on a beautiful ridge. This village is famous for its weekly market so spend some time browsing the local handicrafts or, if a little relaxation is needed, take a trip to the thermal hammam.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up.
Duration: Five hours.
Start/opening time: At 8am.
End/closing time: At 1pm.
Languages: French.

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