Tunisia Holiday Package

from $950
Duration:
6 Days/ 5 Nights
Type:
Private Tour
Run:
Everyday

Memphis offers one of the most fantastic Tunisia Holiday Package to amazing Tunisia to discover the best attractions and places you should to visit. Also you can customize and tailor made your private tour with your consultant, just inquire now.

Included:
  • Meet and greet service by an English speaking driver at Airport
  • Transfers Tunis airport/hotel Hammamet/Tunis airport
  • All transfers in an air-conditioned coach
  • Accommodation 5 nights in Hammamet based on half board (Dinner & Breakfast)
  • All sightseeing tours as described in itinerary
  • Day Tour Douz / Kebili / Tozeur including lunch
  • Day Tour Chebika / Tamerza / Mides/ Gafsa / Kairouan including lunch
  • Day Tour Carthage / Sidi Bou Said / Tunis / Bardo museum including lunch
  • English speaking guide during the tours
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All service charges and taxes
Excluded:
  • International airfare
  • Entry visa to Tunisia
  • Personal spending
  • Tipping
Itinerary:
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Day 1: Arrival Tunisia

Arrival at Tunis Carthage airport, assistance and transfer to hotel in Hammamet. Dinner and overnight in Hammamet.
Meals: Dinner

Day 2: Hammamet - El Jem - Sfax - Matmata - Douz

After breakfast, departure to visit El Jem, one of the most extraordinary sites in Tunisia thanks to the marvelous ancient amphitheater located in the heart of the town. The theater was built in A.D. 230 and accommodated 30,000 spectators. Nearby is the museum of El Jem, which houses some lovely mosaics and the remains of some recently excavated luxury villas.Continuation to visit the berber village Matmata is the name of a Berber tribe which was later given to the town. Matmata was the setting for the film "Star Wars). This village, named after the Berber tribe that inhabits the region is the largest of the troglodyte communities.
Visit a family living in troglodyte house where you will eat Tunisia traditional bread, olive and olive oil with mint tea. Lunch in a troglodyte restaurant. Then departure to Douz, a small town that appears to be plopped down amidst the dunes is known as the "gateway to the Sahara". In ancient times it was an important stop on the trans-Saharan caravan routes(camel riding or quad biking optional and paid by yourself). Back to your hotel to have your dinner and overnight stay in Hammamet
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

Day 3: Douz - Kebili - Tozeur

Early rise, to admire the sunrise and the sand dunes. After breakfast, departure to Tozeur via Chott El Jerid is a seasonal lake that is completely dry for most of the year. Its sunbaked surface, composed of a hard crust of sodium chloride, conceals sources of underground water and the area has a vivid red colour due to the high iron content, stop for photo. Arrival in Tozeur one of the famous oases in the world which is surrounded by 200 springs. It is sheltered by a palm grove of more than 1000 ha - about 400.000 palm trees., After lunch, visit of EDEN PALM Museum, it offers 150 different kinds of dates which are exported around the world. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel in Hammamet
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Chebika - Tamerza - Mides - Gafsa - Kairouan - Hammamet

After breakfast, departure in 4X4 to visit Chebika it was known as the castle of the sun, visit of the old village and the palm grove, continuation to Tamerza the largest mountain oases of Tunisia , visit of the palm grove, the water-fall, stop in the old village, continuation to Midès the most attractive of the Tunisian’s Mountain oases with a string of gorges stretching over 3km, visit of the canyons.

Departure to Gafsa and lunch in a restaurant.Then, departure to Kairouan, visit the Capital of the Muslim Maghreb, stands as one of the most important features of Islam mainly: visit The Great Mosque (from outside), the Medina and other impressive monuments such as the Aghlabiden pools, The Sidi Sahbi Mausoleum & its magnificent ceramics. Kairouan is the main carpet-making center in Tunisia. The nowadays Medina corresponding to a small part of the ancient town partly destroyed in the 11th century, occupies a special place in Tunisia heritage. The mosque of UQBA named as his founder name is one of the masterpieces of both architecture and Islamic art.
Free time for shopping and continuation to Hammamet, later back to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay in Hammamet.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Carthage - Sidi Bou Said - Tunis - Bardo museum

After breakfast, check-out and departure to visit Carthage, living evidence of ancient civilizations. Declared a national monument, the ancient city of Carthage and nearby Salammbo, abound in vestiges of the Punic and Roman empires with baths, dwellings, temples, shrines and the fabulous naval port of the Carthaginians. See the Antoinine Thermal Baths one of the largest built under the Roman empire with the 'cool room' an amazing 47 metres long and 15 metres high, the Roman theatre which is still used today for the summer festival Carthage. And, admire the stunning panoramic view from hill of Byrsa overlooking the ancient site.

Visit of the beautiful village of Sidi Bou Said, a lovely blue and white village perched on the cliffs overlooking the Bay of Tunis. Follow the cobblestone streets winding upwards with small shops selling antiques, Tunisian handicrafts and silver. Catch glimpses of the emerald sea with the mountain of Bou Kornine and the southern beaches of Tunis across the bay. Time for a local speciality, Green tea with mint at the famous 'Cafe Des Nattes' or in Cafe Sidi Chaabane. Lunch in local restaurant and we proceed to the suburbs of the capital, visiting the Bardo Museum. This museum was originally a Hafside Palace, built in the 13th century and over the years it has been restored and now displays some of the finest Roman mosaics and other priceless treasures from various parts territories throughout Tunisia. This superb example of Arab-Moslem architecture and decoration features vaulted ceilings, galleries and cupolas. Departure to the heart of Tunis and the old Medina. Our guide will escort you through the narrow alleys which wind their way through the heart of this cultural haven. Free time for shopping. Later back to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay in Hammamet.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

Day 6: Final Departure

Breakfast in the hotel followed by check-out and transfer to the airport for the final departure. End of our service.
Meals: Breakfast.

Accommodation :
Golden Accommodation:
  • Mehari 5* or Le Royal 5* Hammamet or similar
  • Sahara 4* Douz or similar
  • Ksar Rouge 4* Tozeur or similar
  • Mehari 5* or Le Royal 5* Hammamet or similar
  • Africa 5* or El Mouradi Gammarth 5* or similar
Price
$ 950 Per Person in Triple Room
$ 999 Per Person in Double Room
$ 1950 One Person Travelling Alone
Diamond Accommodation:
  • Radisson Blu Resort 5* Hammamet or similar
  • Sahara 4* Douz or similar
  • Ksar Rouge 4* Tozeur or similar
  • Radisson Blu Resort 5* Hammamet or similar
  • Golden Tulip 5* Gammarth-Tunis or similar
Price
$ 1050 Per Person in Triple Room
$ 1090 Price per person in Double
$ 2100 One Person Traveling Alone

Prices:
Price quotes are in US dollars per person per trip, and are valid until March 31st, 2019. Please inquire for pricing over Christmas, New Year’s, and Easter holidays.

 

Children Policy:

- Up to 2 years: FREE
- Age 2 up to 10 years: 50% of adult price
- Ages 10 and up: adult price

Notes
Child pricing applies to children who share rooms with their parents. 
If your tour includes airfare, additional charges for your children may apply.

 

Payment Policy:
Reservations should be made as early as possible to guarantee your tour availability. Your booking will be secured upon receiving a deposit of 50% of your trip price. This deposit forms part of your final payment. Deposits can only be made by credit card, wire transfer, or Western Union, and the balance of payment to be paid one week before tour start date.



Tipping:

Tipping for a job well done is customary in Morocco, though not required. Please feel welcomed but not obliged to offer a tip to your guide.

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