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Detailed Itinerary

- Arrival at Tunis Carthage airport, assistance and transfer to your hotel in Tunis.
- Check in, dinner and accommodation.

- After breakfast, visit Sidi Bou Said: stroll through the narrow streets of Sidi Bou Said, a picturesque small town bordered by white-washed houses with blue shutters and doors. Check out the various art galleries and try some mint tea in one of the traditional street cafes while enjoying the superb view of the gulf of Tunisia. Then, spend some leisure time to indulge in shopping.
- Departure to Explore Carthage (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the capital of ancient Carthaginian Empire. Visit Byrsa Hill to see the ruins of Roman buildings and Carthage Museum. See the Tophet, where urns containing the ashes and milk teeth of 8th century BC children have been unearthed. Visit Antonine Baths, a huge Roman bath complex on the edge of the Mediterranean.
- Visit the theatre and Punic Port.
- Lunch in a restaurant.
- Visit of Bardo Museum (closed on Mondays), one of the best archaeological museums in the Mediterranean, which is especially well known for its beautiful collection of mosaics. The museum is located in an old palace that belongs to the Beys, rulers of Tunisia.
- Visit the Medina of Tunis where we will see the “old Tunisia” which includes the Medina, the ‘European’ quarter built at the beginning of the 20th century and the new modern suburbs. For more than 500 years, the Medina has been the historic heart of Tunis and UNESCO has classified it as a World Heritage Site due its fascinating and exotic maze of streets. We will stop by the Zaitouna Mosque (from outside), mosque of Sidi Mehrez and the mausoleum of the Husainides princes.
- Return to the hotel, dinner and accommodation.

• After breakfast, checkout then departure to visit of Kerkouane: on this archaeological site on the seafront are the best-preserved remains of the Carthaginian civilization: the ruins of a small city, with houses, a temple and ramparts.
• Continuation to El Haouaria situated at the tip of the Cap Bon peninsula, a pretty blue and white village adjacent to imposing mines dating from Antiquity, the GROTTES.
• Lunch in a restaurant (Fish menu).
• Departure to Kelibia: visit of a charming fishing port close to a historic vestige and beautiful beaches, this lively fishing port is noteworthy for its 12th century fort overlooking a magnificent panorama of the sea from the top of a hill.
• Departure to Nabeul: important handicrafts center most famous for pottery, distilled water from orange flowers, its roses and jasmine plants. It is a great town of trade with many specialties: pottery, matting of rush, embroidery, wrought iron.
• Visit of the market where the delectable produce overflows from the colorful stalls charged with citrus fruit, strawberries or fragrant flowers to be distilled.
• Visit of the Medina of Hammamet, installation in the hotel, dinner and overnight.

- After breakfast, checkout and departure to Explore Kairouan, the city which rises like a dream of ochre and tawny beige, bearing in its serenity 13 centuries of Islamic culture. Behold the wondrous beauty of its mosques, the symphony of its columns and arches and the exquisite delicacy of the stonework. Visit of the Great Mosque of Uqba Bin Nafi, an important Islamic landmark and architecture which was built in the 9th century. Next, visit Sidi Sahbi Mausoleum, which houses the tomb of one of Prophet Mohammed's companions known as the Barbe and the Aghlabiden pools.
- We will proceed to Sbeitla, lunch in a restaurant and then visit the Roman ruins of Sbeitla. One of the few ancient Roman cities that is famous not only for its strategic role but also its politics and economy have played a major role during antiquity.
- Departure for Tozeur, one of the famous oasis 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 and world-renowned dates, also known as deglet Nour which means “fingers of light”.
- Installation in the hotel, dinner and overnight.

- After breakfast, departure in 4X4 to visit the Mountain oasis of Chebika/Tamerza/Midès.
- Return to Tozeur, visit of Eden Palm Park and lunch.
- After lunch, continuation to Ong Jmel and visit of STAR WARS place. Enjoying the sunset in the dunes.
- Return to the hotel, dinner and overnight.

- After breakfast, checkout and proceed to Douz, which is a small town that appears to be, plopped down amidst the dunes that is known as the "gateway to the Sahara". In ancient times, it was an important stop on the trans-Saharan caravan routes. Stop for photo in Chott El Jerid (its sun-baked 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.) 1 Hour Camel riding in the dunes.
- Continuation to Matmata, visit of the Berber Museum in Tamezret and discover the Amazigh history. You will Travel through the amazigh life and stories.
- Lunch in troglodyte restaurant and visit of the troglodyte village.
- Departure to Sfax, installation in the hotel, dinner and overnight.

- After breakfast, departure to El Jem. Be enthralled by one of the world’s largest and most spectacular Roman Amphitheatre. Built in 238 AD, the Amphitheatre can hold up to 35,000 spectators. This monument illustrates the grandeur and extent of the Roman Empire. Nearby is the museum of El Jem, which houses some lovely mosaics and the remains of some recently excavated luxury villas.
- Lunch in a restaurant.
- Continuation to Monastir and visit of the Bourguiba Mausoleum.
- Continuation to Sousse, installation in the hotel, dinner and overnight.

- Breakfast, visit of the Medina of Sousse, which is one of the finest, charmed & relaxed places in Tunisia.
- Visit the Ribath of Sousse.
- Return to the hotel in Sousse, lunch, free afternoon, dinner and overnight

- After breakfast, departure to visit Zaghouan lies seductively on a few hills below the dramatic Zaghouan Mountain, which rises1, 295 out of almost nothing but flat plains .It was an important town in Roman times, then known as Ziqua, administering one of the most important water resources for Carthage. A few interesting traces of this past is found in town, like a triumphal arch and a fountain as big as a temple but most of it is from the resettlement in the 17th century by immigrants from Andalucia.
- Departure to visit Thuburbo Majus: Thuburbo Majus has roman remains dating back to the end of the 2nd century, capitole, forum, temples, thermes, and private home with mosaics.
- Lunch in hotel THUGGA Teboursouk.
- After lunch, visit the archaeological site of Dougga: one of the biggest and best-preserved of all the Roman sites in Africa. Enthusiasts will find enough to keep them occupied for a full day. Dougga was a thriving town for several hundred years before the arrival of the Romans in the 2nd century AD, but it was under them that it grew and prospered. There is an impressively complete Theatre, with seats for 3.500 people. The road beyond leads to the splendid portico of the Capitoline Temple, which overlooks the Square of the Winds. Downhill from the Capitol is the sprawling ruin of the Baths of Licinius, which have a well-preserved central hall, bathing pools, service tunnels and a hypocaust (under-floor heating) system.
- Continuation to Tunis, installation in the hotel.
- At 19H30: Farewell dinner in a luxury restaurant in Tunis.

- Breakfast
- Departure to the International Airport of Carthage.
- End of our services.

Inclusions

• Transport by air conditioned coach
• Accommodation in the hotels on Half board (breakfast+ dinner) following our program
• All entrances to the museums and archaeological sites following our program
• Lunches in local restaurants or hotels including ½ bottle of mineral water
• Excursion in 4X4 to the mountain oasis of Chebika/Tamerza/Midès/Ong Jmel
• Escort with professional guide speaking English languages: English, German, Italian etc…
• 1 Bottle of mineral water per day in the car
• Assistance by our representative
• Hotel Tax

The hotels quoted:
- Africa 5* city center or El Mouradi 5* Gammarth or similar
-Laico 5* or Le Royal 5* Hammamet or similar
- Ksar Rouge 4* Tozeur or similar
-Les Oliviers Palace 5* Sfax or similar
- El Mouradi Palace 5* Port El Kantaoui or similar
- Africa 5* city center or El Mouradi 5* Gammarth or similar

Exclusions

• Other Beverages,
• Tips, any personal expenses
• International flight
• Anything not mentioned in Inclusions

Notes

Price per person based on 02 pax based on 1st Option Hotels as mentioned in Inclusions
Price for higher no of pax, Groups, Groups with Foc on request

• Baby (0-2 yrs old): Free
• Child with bed (2-12 yrs old) sharing same room with 02 adult: cost on request
• 3rd bed adult in a triple room = cost on request

Price for 2nd OPTION Hotels on request
- Le Palace 5* Gammarth or Ramada Plaza 5* or similar
-Steigenberger Marhaba 5* Hammamet or similar
-Palm Beach Palace 5* Tozeur or similar
-Les Oliviers Palace 5* Sfax or similar
- Concorde Green Park 5* Sousse or similar
- Le Palace 5* Gammarth or Ramada Plaza 5* or similar

Price for 3rd OPTION Hotels on request
Golden Tulip 5* Gammarth or Laico 5* Tunis
-Hasdrubal Thalassa & Spa 5* Hammamet or similar
- Palm Beach Palace 5* Tozeur or similar
-Les Oliviers Palace 5* Sfax or similar
- Concorde Green Park 5* Sousse or similar
- Golden Tulip 5* Gammarth or Laico 5* Tunis

Price for 4th OPTION Hotels on request
(Luxury hotels + charming hotels):
- Dar El Jeld Medina Tunis or similar
-Hasdrubal Thalassa & Spa 5* Hammamet or similar
- Diar Habibi Tozeur or similar
-Les Oliviers Palace 5* Sfax or similar
- Moevenpick 5* Sousse or similar
- Dar Said 4* Sidi Bou Said

GGTS reserves the right to revise the rate upon confirmation for services booked.

Trip Highlights

TUNIS / CAP BON / HAMMAMET / KAIROUAN /SBEITLA / TOZEUR / SFAX / SOUSSE / TUNIS

Departure Period

15 Sep, 2020 to 31 Oct, 2020
AUD 2,716 P P twin share
AUD 2,962 P P single

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