Tunisia Travel Tours & Trips

A night in the Ksar Ghilane oasis
Camel ride in the Golden Triangle near the oasis village of Douz
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Roman amphitheatre of El Jem
The fourth holiest site in Islam - UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kairouan
Sidi Bou Said Andalous village and UNESCO World Heritage-listed Carthage - the oldest Phoenician settlement on the North African coast
Mahdia’s medina and 16th Century Borg el-Kebir fortress
The troglodyte Berber villages of Matmata - the set for 'Star Wars' mythical planet of Tatooine
Tozeur's 250,000 palms
Bardo Museum's mosaics and Roman statues
  • Its resourceful people, and Tunisia’s role as historical entry point to northern Africa, has embellished the country’s epic natural scenery with a collection of riches that makes a journey here a fantastic, fascinating affair. Secreted among the great gold of the Sahara and rubbing up against the inviting Mediterranean waters are spectacular oases, some of Africa’s finest Roman remains in the El Jem amphitheatre; and the beautiful waterside medina of Mahdia. And in Tunis, the country has a capital of great variation and appeal: the Bardo Museum can lay claim to be Africa’s finest; Sidi Bou Said is as beautiful a hillside village as anything Europe can offer; and the grand ruins of Carthage are simply unmissable.

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  • Why we love Tunisia

    • Its resourceful people, and Tunisia’s role as historical entry point to northern Africa, has embellished the country’s epic natural scenery with a collection of riches that makes a journey here a fantastic, fascinating affair
    • Secreted among the great gold of the Sahara and rubbing up against the inviting Mediterranean waters are spectacular oases, some of Africa’s finest Roman remains in the El Jem amphitheatre; and the beautiful waterside medina of Mahdia
    • In Tunis, the country has a capital of great variation and appeal: the Bardo Museum can lay claim to be Africa’s finest; Sidi Bou Said is as beautiful a hillside village as anything Europe can offer; and the grand ruins of Carthage are simply unmissable

    Safety information

    Everyone has the right to feel safe and secure on their trip. We don’t tolerate any form of sexual harassment at Peregrine and Geckos, either between passengers or involving our leaders or local operators. Sexual relationships (consensual or otherwise) between a leader and a passenger are unacceptable. If you ever feel another person is behaving inappropriately please inform us immediately by contacting the emergency contact number detailed in these trip notes.

  • From our Blog

    Why it's time for travellers to take Tunisia seriously


    Image courtesy of Conor Luddy, Flickr

    Tunisia offers a great deal of variety for a traveller interested in history and culture. It has been at the crossroads of history for thousands of years and has a lot to show for it. We picked the brains of our resident Middle East expert, Pete Miers,...

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    "The people have spoken, and Egypt will never be the same"

    One of our local operators, Hassan Hamed, sent us the below from Egypt – a powerful account of his experiences during the tumultuous events that have taken place in his homeland.

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    ‘Tahrir’ means freedom

    We’ve got our fair share of great images on our blog and Facebook, but few are as inspirational as these – photographs taken at Tahrir Square on Victory Day. Stirring stuff – as are the thoughts and tales of our local leaders in Egypt, which we’ll be posting here over the next...

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    The top five pleasures of Cairo

    Cairo. It’s one of the world great cities, with a street-life that swiftly sweeps you up in its merry hubbub and monumental sights that quicken the pulse of even the most world-weary traveller. We asked our Destination Manager Ryan Turner for his top to-dos when he’s in town.

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    Recipe of the week: Harira

    The quintessentially Moroccan soup, head to Marrakech’s Djema-el-Fna and breathe deep: that smell is harira (alright, you’re probably smelling henna as well, and maybe leather, and probably a questionable herbalist’s wares, but you get the idea). The ubiquitous broth is tasty, filling...

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