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Tunisia is a North African country, it covers an area of 163.000 km². Despite of its limited area, Tunisia is a country of contrast: 1350 km of coast and beaches, 25.000 km² of sandy desert separated with its famous lake of Chott el Djerid, a salt lake surrounded by palms and sand dunes.
The archaeological remains that we find today in Tunisia confirm its rich and varied history and that it was an attractive area of interest to many cultures and civilizations that have left their mark until nowadays: Berbers, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Muslims, Italians, Spanish, Turkish and French.
Tunisia has a population of almost 11.000.000 living from 3 primordial activities:
Temperate in the north, with mild rainy winters and hot, dry summers. The south of the country is desert. The terrain in the north is mountainous, which, moving south, gives way to a hot, dry central plain. The south is semiarid, and merges into the Sahara.
Arabic is the official language, and Tunisian Arabic, known as Derja, is the local, vernacular variety of Arabic and is used by the public. There is also a small minority of speakers of Shelha, a Berber language. Due to the former French occupation all Tunisians speak French.
The constitution declares Islam as the official state religion and requires the President to be Muslim. Aside from the president, Tunisians enjoy a significant degree of religious freedom, a right enshrined and protected in its constitution, which guarantees the freedom to practice one's religion.
Tunisian dinar (TND). It’s illegal to import or export dinars and they are not accepted in the duty-free shops at Tunis Airport. Major credit cards such as Visa, American Express and MasterCard are widely accepted at big shops, tourist hotels, car-rental agencies and banks.
Nationals of most Western European countries can stay in Tunisia for up to three months without a visa. Americans, Canadians, Germans and Japanese can stay up to four months. Other nationalities have to apply for a visa before travel.
No vaccination required.
Our services are varied:
We offer transfers from and to all Tunisian airports and hotels, our transfers can be private or collective.
Festivals and Events in Tunisia are marked by celebrations, cheer, and revelry. Tunisia is a land of rich Islamic heritage and the legacy of the ancient times have made the country a tourist destination for all. On your tours you can see the various aspects of the culture of Tunisia. Experience the vibrant traditions during your stay. Ensure that you stay in the country during the festivals and events in Tunisia to see the exuberance and charm.
Tunisia has many events all throughout the year which introduces you to the culture and traditions of different regions of the country. From historical to contemporary, from musical to arts and from international to national, Tunisia has many festivals which are celebrated with great pomp and show. In the Tunisian festival, you get to know the true life-style of the country-people. Get yourself involved into the colours of Tunisia by participating in these various festivals by shaking your legs or having a sip of tea.
The festivals in Tunisia which are inspired from harvesting, fishing or arrival of any season show the true colour of the country. The social and cultural Tunisian life can be best experienced by participating in these festivals along with the natives.
Tunisians celebrate every festival merrily. Even a small village in Tunisia rejoices in any kind of local festival related to harvesting, fishing or arrival of any season. The cultural heritage of Tunisia is best reflected in these various festivals. The visitors are also warmly invited to participate in these festivals and are given the opportunity to enjoy some dance movements or share a cup a tea with the natives.
Attending the festivals of Tunisia can help you in exploring the social and cultural life of the country. Some of the festivals that you can be a part of are:
Every place of Tunisia adds more hue to your stay with its colourful festivals to enjoy. Ramadan is the most famous and waited religious event in Tunisia, we have also Aid El Seghir and Aid El Kebir.
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