As it is deadly hot in the summer and extremely chilly in the winter, the best time to visit Tunisia is between March and May or September to November. The country is less busy during these months and the weather is oh so sweet.
Get busy with camping in the Sahara desert or exploring Chott el Jerid lake. These places offer a spectacular experience during spring and autumn months. Torrid Tunisian summer should be spent on the beach, chilling and swimming. Sunscreen and a hat are must-haves to protect your skin and head from the aggressive sun.
The weather from December through February can be a bit unpredictable with possible strong, cold winds and freezing rain. The Atlas Mountains tend to get covered in snow. This period is pure heaven for birdwatchers as the chances of discovering rare bird species in the stillness of winter become a lot higher.
Set amidst the largest salt pan in Sahara Desert, the lake dries up in summer, but repenished with new rain waters it amazes with its whites, greens and purples
Instead of a hotel, Tunisia offers you to sleep in the desert
Tunisian underwater world promises amazing tunnels, colourful fauna, and unforgettable archaeological sites
Visit Tunisia if you want to see a real oasis
Sit down comfortably and just ride into history
Some unique locations of Tunisia are a refuge for many amazing birds
Enjoy spectacular sand beaches with crystal-clear water
Relax and feel the spirit of the old times at one of the historic baths
A remarkable and picturesque place where birds stop before resuming their long journey
Indulge in the atmosphere of caravans and desert crossing
A fast and easy way to explore the landscape of the desert
Feel the traditional culture of Tunisia during this major music and theatre event in the city of Hammamet
Tunisian women celebrate their rights and rally for gender equality
Learn how the olive oil is made in the country that is on the list of world's top oil exporters
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Immerse yourself into a classical cultural heritage at the famous archaeological site
The cuisine of this country has something to surprise you with
Find out all about winemaking in Tunisia