MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA/TUNISIA
With the north end of the country washing in the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean and the south end being lost in the Sahara Desert, the alternations of the Tunisian landscape enchant even the most demanding of its visitors.
The vastness of the largest desert in the world combined with the green oases, dense with palm trees, will literally take your breath away while the northeast part of the country, resembles south Italy and Greece, and is full of plains and hills that compose a Mediterranean landscape rich in olive groves. Tunis is a modern Arab capital that will enchant you with its prevalent Ottoman and colonial history, while the famous resorts of Monastir, Sousse, and Hammamet attract millions of visitors from all over the world.
Tunisia has been a crossroads of civilizations and today it has a rich history of more than 3000 years. Romans, Arabs, Turks, Phoenicians and the French each gave an element of culture that composes what is Tunisia today, a country with a unique atmosphere that you will surely adore.