Eco & Responsable Tourism

Crafts

Stone-carving, weaving, wrought ironwork, ceramics, mergoums (woven rugs), baskets and embroidery are all part of Tunisia’s rich cultural heritage and today artisans, from the stone-carvers of Dar Chabaane in Cap Bon to the mergoum weavers of Ouedrhef in the south, continue these crafts. Whatever your interest, whether general or specialised, we can organise a programme of visits to co-operatives, craft centres and individual artisans.

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Nature

There is a wealth of sites and National Parks in Tunisia, rich in flora and fauna.

Ichkeul National Park by Bizerte is a stopping place for hundreds of thousands of migrating birds, such as ducks, geese, storks and flamingos.

Bou Hedma National Park south of Sidi Bouzid, with its unique woodland ecosystem, supports such animals as Oryx, genet and Dorcas gazelles, and birds such as golden eagles, falcons, nightjars, shrikes and wheatears.

Bou Hedma National Park south of Sidi Bouzid, with its unique woodland ecosystem, supports such animals as Oryx, genet and Dorcas gazelles, and birds such as golden eagles, falcons, nightjars, shrikes and wheatears.

The Thyna Salt Pans south of Sfax are home to a multitude of water birds, including spoonbills, flamingos, cranes and terns.

The pine and oak forests of the Khroumirie Mountains in the north are home to birds such as partridges, woodpeckers and cuckoos, and animals such as stags, wild boar, porcupine, wild cats, jackal, fox and mongoose.stags, wild boars, porcupines, wild cats, Jackal, foxes and mongooses…s, wild boars, porcupines, wild cats, Jackal, foxes and mongooses…

We can put together tailor made eco-friendly tours for you with knowledgeable, local guides and itineraries which will satisfy the most ardent nature lovers.