Tunisia Travel BlogTravel tips and resources for travellers: Travel guides, itineraries, abandoned places, street art and off-the-beaten-path places in Tunisia
Hello and welcome to our Tunisia travel blog. You will find all our blog posts from the North African Republic of Tunisia in this section of our website.
Maybe you found our Tunisia travel blog because you are considering a visiting Tunisia, or perhaps you are partway through planning a trip to the Mahgreb region of North Africa. Whatever the reason, we hope we can provide some useful resources and travel tips for Tunisia.
We visited Tunisia in 2019, on a bit of a whim, uncertain of what to expect and came away enthralled by what we had seen and experienced. Tunisia’s historical sights, Arab culture, friendly people and hassle-free travel combined with very few other tourists, makes it the ideal destination for backpackers wanting to avoid the crowds.
Our Tunisia blog posts are generally aimed at independent travellers and backpackers like us and have a strong focus on travelling around using public transport, staying in budget accommodation and exploring off-the-beaten-path and lesser-visited places.
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Our suggested three week Tunisia itinerary is a guide for backpackers and independent travellers using public transport and staying in budget hotels.
Djerba street art. In 2014, project Djerbahood transformed Erriadh village on Djerba island in Tunisia into an open-air gallery of murals and urban art.
Visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tunisia independently. How to get there by public transport, where to stay and what see at each Tunisia UNESCO site.
What to expect backpacking in Tunisia. A guide to visiting Tunisia as an independent traveller – budget travel tips on transport, accommodation and food.
The best places to visit in Tunisia. Photos highlighting what to see in Tunisia, the North Africa hidden gem where it’s easy to travel off the beaten track.
Travel off-the-beaten-track in Tunisia and explore the abandoned resorts on Djerba Island. Now deserted, Tunisia’s coastline has several abandoned hotels.
We went to see Luke Skywalker’s house, but a bonus was finding the abandoned Hotel Kousseila, in the Berber town of Matmata in southern Tunisia.
Of all the derelict places we find, abandoned swimming pools are some of the most alluring. Urban exploration at some of the world’s forsaken swimming pools