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The Green Tunisia 
- 3 Days

Starts at € 480 per person
Explore the stunning Northwest Tunisia with our eco-tourism tour and indulge in the picturesque green landscapes
  • Explore the Thugga/Dougga - a UNESCO World Heritage Site

  • Discover the ruins and well-preserved mosaics at Bulla Regia

  • Enjoy beautiful sea views in Tabarka

  • Ain Draham

  • Discover Beni M'Tir

From: Tunis
Offered in: EN - ES - FR - DE - IT - JA
Itinerary can be customised upon request
All tours are private
Tour Details

Day 1

Tunis - Thugga - Bulla Regia - Tabarka

The day will begin with a pick-up from Tunis and a drive to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Thugga/Dougga, the best preserved African-Roman town in North Africa. Get a glimpse of daily life in Antiquity as we take a stroll through this exceptional site. Along the way, we'll stop for a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. We'll continue to Bulla Regia, a fascinating archaeological site that showcases the unique blend of Roman, Punic, and Berber cultures. The ruins of this site are truly remarkable, featuring a forum, a basilica, and a cathedral. The underground domestic quarters are especially noteworthy, constructed to avoid the intense heat  during the summer months. The decorative mosaic floors are a true highlight, with many still well-preserved and on display at the Bardo Museum in Tunis. Check-in and overnight stay in Tabarka by the sea. 

Day 2

Ain Draham - Beni M'Tir

Day 3

Tabarka - Tunis

On your last day, we'll leave after breakfast and drive back to Tunis. 


  • Pickup and drop-off

  •  Nightly accommodations 

  • Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle

  • Licensed guide and driver

  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner (depending on hotel class)

  • All admission fees to historical sights

  • All taxes

   Not Included

  • Additional beverages

  • Tips

  • Sunscreen

Itinerary from a competitor:

Stop At: Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul, Avenue Bourguiba, Tunis Tunisia
Cathedral inaugurated in 1897 with yellow and white ornamental facade with mosaics and 2 bell towers.


Stop At: Marche central de Tunis, Fondouk El Ghala, Marche central, Tunis Tunisia
Stalls of meat, vegetables, spices and household items in a bright hall with a wooden ceiling.


Stop At: Dar Ben Gaid Hassine Tunis 1, Rue d'Espagne, Tunis, Tunisia
A family-run company founded in 1900. Specialized in the manufacture of traditional Tunisian confectionery. He is interested in providing all requirements for weddings and parties.

Stop At: Kasr Ezzahra, 32 Rue Kotteb Louzir, Tunis, Tunisia
Coffee Restaurant: ksar ezzahraa tunis lemdina, located in tunis, the city. is a totally restored place that preserves the historical architectural design of Tunisia. The place is prepared for all creative and cultural events.

Stop At: Dar Tabouna Laarbi chez Anis, Q5WF+PXR, Rue Kotteb Louzir, Tunis, Tunisia
A specialty restaurant for light eaters: it only serves sandwiches, either chicken cutlets, chicken liver or turkey, and only serves them grilled.

Stop At: Ez-Zitouna Mosque, 30 Rue Jamaa Ezzitouna, Tunis, Tunisia
Historic mosque and Islamic university, the oldest in Tunisia, with a 43 meter high minaret.

Built by Youssef Dey in 16121, it was intended for the sale of slaves2 from sub-Saharan Africa. Slaves of European origin, considered rarer and more valuable, were not sold in the souk but in more secluded places because the sale concerned only potential wealthy buyers. This souk was transformed into a jewelers' souk1 after the abolition of slavery in Tunisia decreed by Ahmed I Bey in 1846.

Stop At: Beignets de la Médina, Dar El Bey, Rue de la Kasbah, Tunis, Tunisia
Restaurant specializing in light street food, it only offers two dishes, the first is the Tunisian Brik and the second is the Tunisian Frikasi, made with dough, eggs, tuna and harissa on demand.

Stop At: Chapatti mahdia chez Aymen, Q5XC+C8C, Rue de la Kasbah, Tunis, Tunisia
The Tunisian chapati is a type of sandwich originating from Tunisia. It consists of a flat round tabouna-like bread, and usually a filling of turmeric omelet, flaked tuna, potatoes, harissa, olive oil as well as onions and minced parsley and sometimes cheese. Once filled, it is closed and then heated so that the ingredients release their flavors inside the bread. There are two types of chapati: the classic chapati found mainly in the capital Tunis and in the north and the so-called Mahdia chapati, present throughout the Sahel region. The latter is not round but has a shape similar to a calzone. In addition to its shape, the ingredients that make up the dough are also different from its northern Tunisian version. You can recognize the dough by its sticky texture.

Stop At: Jwajem Candu, 13, 15 نهج جمال عبد الناصر، Tunis, Tunisia
Ingredients of Tunisian JWAJEM (almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts) coarsely crushed. melted chocolate Fruit cut into cubes (banana, strawberry, apple). Cherry jam. Coarsely crushed cookies. Chocolate cookie fingers. Crunchy melted chocolate. whipped cream. Melted white chocolate. sugar.

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