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Tunisia is a good choice for those seeking a first trip to North Africa. It has enough of all the essential ingredients - ancient cities, long sandy beaches, camel rides, miles of desert, etc - but at a more reasonable cost than Egypt, and generally better standard accommodation and facilities than Morocco.

It’s a land that mixes both familiar and exotic, with top quality restaurants overlooking the Mediterranean, and centuries old rock-hewn accommodation from where you can watch the sun rise over the Sahara.

Modern golf courses and water sports centres abound for the energetic. Windsurfing and diving are widely available, as are the more traditional camel treks into the desert.

For those with a sense of history ancient cities such as Sousse, and the capital Tunis, have plenty to explore, with relics dating back to pre-Roman times.

The hustle and bustle of the medina is a daunting experience to begin with, and the art of bartering is an acquired talent, but both are to be savoured as a true feeling of North African life.

Above all, its the warmth and friendliness of the Tunisian people that helps maintain this small country’s popularity above that of it’s neighbours, and keeps visitors coming back.






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