Marhaba fi Tunis…a destination that has appeal for everyone. From oodles of history and culture to the shimmering sands and refreshing Mediterranean Sea, Tunisia holidays are growing in popularity with British holidaymakers. Additionally, all inclusive holidays to Tunisia are some of the most reasonably priced on the market, bringing you one step closer to the incredible atmosphere of this magnificent North African paradise without over-stretching the budget.
Whether you’re a history buff or a family looking for a destination with a difference, Tunisia has something for you. Flawlessly fusing traditional cultures with modern facilities, the popular tourist resorts of Hammamet, Djerba and Port El Kantaoui provide golden sands and azure waters for visitors to sample, while the shopping and culinary opportunities will ensure that away from the beach and poolside, there’s plenty to do to keep boredom at bay.
The country’s rich heritage can be appreciated with the museums and archaeological sites that are available as day excursions, while the authentic wares and crafts can be perused and bought at the souks and bazaars that should be visited regardless of your plans to part with your money.
As far as outdoor pursuits are concerned, enthusiasts will be in their element. From windsurfing to golf, if the thought of doing nothing for a week fills you with dread, Tunisia has the answer.
Make sure that you do take advantage of some of the excursions available, because there’s so much to see away from the comfort of your chosen resort. From boat trips to secluded coves to camel rides in the Sahara Desert, the huge diversity of Tunisia is begging to be explored.
It’s quite amazing that within a short drive, you could be at the ocean while a few minutes the other way, you’re in the middle of an arid desert – it has to be seen to be believed and with all inclusive holidays to Tunisia, you can do just that.
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