Tunisia in a Week!

Group 6 Tunisia
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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About the location

Tunisia is one of the most underrated countries I’ve ever visited as a solo traveler. Contrary to some misperceptions, this region in North Africa is absolutely safe to visit. The people are really some of the friendliest I’ve ever met- I was offered tea, sweets, and smiles pretty much everywhere met. The mix between Mediterranean and north African food and culture is intoxicating.

It was my dream for a long time to visit this part of the world. When I finally did, I got to enjoy everything from the stunning Mediterranean coast to ancient ruins on the edge of the Sahara desert. The food- from pasta (Italy is only 40 miles away!) and street delicacies to fresh fish on the coast- was all so delicious.

Guide Highlights

Experience the vibrant cultural history and flavours of North Africa

Explore the medina to your heart's content and visit some of the holiest sites on the continent.

Bathe in a hot spring that runs into the ocean

The beauty and calm of the uncrowded Tunisian coast is ethereal. Also... a hot spring that flows into the ocean....

Guide Summary

In this guide, I'll show you how you to enjoy a truly unique country on your own terms and with a backpacker's budget! I've consolidated my best tips about creating your own food tour, extensive etiquette suggestions so you can enjoy Tunisia unburdened and in style, and a full week's itinerary for you to take in the best that the country has to offer. From hidden gems to medina shopping tips, this guide has you fully covered. 

Featured in this guide

Local food
Healthy food
Photo spots
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Group 31 Museums
Foodie favorites
Group 39 Art
Group 14 Hidden Gems
Group 32 Historical
Group 36 Shopping
Group 33 Walkable
Group 13 Public transportation

Great for these trips

Cultural / Historical
Girls / Guys Trip
Family without kids
Romantic / Honeymoon
Active / Adventure


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  • Guide Architect

    KC Cheng

    KC Cheng

    I'm an ecologist and photojournalist who loves exploring and hope to show that there will always be more that connects than divides us.

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