Welcome to Tunisia!

Beaches. History. Bazaars.

Located in North Africa on the Mediterranean coast, Tunisia is bordered by Algeria to the west and Libya to the southeast. This is a country rich in history, diverse natural beauty, and blessed with a sand-fringed Mediterranean coast. Tunisia is popular with Europeans as a destination for sand and sun packaged holidays, a place to enjoy fresh seafood, aromatic spiced tea, and cool sea breezes too.

If you’re keen to explore beyond the beaches, you’ll encounter distinct cultures and some epic landscapes in this underrated destination. The cuisine in Tunisia is something to look forward to. A wonderful blend of fresh seafood, vegetables, and spices – Tunisians like their food spicy! They’re a welcoming nation with a fantastic train network to get you between cities, coastal towns, and places of interest. Don’t forget your camera!

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pan au chocolate and coffee in Tunisia
Food Adventures

20 Popular Breakfast Foods in Africa

If you plan to travel to Africa, you may wonder what food you can expect to eat.

This post focuses solely on breakfast foods in Africa, the day’s most important meal! Is breakfast here sweet, savoury, light or heavy?

Read on to find out!

many hands eating fish foods from Africa
Food Adventures

15 Most Popular Foods From Africa

From the savoury stews of East Africa to the delectable pastries of North Africa, the continent’s culinary landscape is as diverse as it is delicious, offering many gastronomic delights just waiting to be discovered. 

Food Adventures

African Food Guide – 10 Best Food Countries in AFRICA

Africa has diverse cultures and cuisines, and it’s challenging to determine which countries have the “best” food.

However, after tasting all 54 African cuisines on our food journey to visit every country, we can tell you the standout cuisine when it comes to the best African food.

Travel Guides

How to Get to El Jem in Tunisia

Are you planning a visit to El Jem in Tunisia? This ancient Roman amphitheatre is magnificent!

El Jem is one of the best-preserved Roman stone ruins in the world, and for its age (built around 238 AD), it’s very impressive!