Senior Travel in Tunisia

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Christina Tilicki

In Tunis, senior travel is easy and offers travelers a wide variety of things to do ranging from seeing natural wonders, traveling to historic locations and enjoying the Mediterranean. With a number of activities available designed particularly for elderly travelers, Tunis is an ideal place to visit.

Oasis to Roman Ruins Across the Sahara

A safari catering specifically to travelers over fifty years of age, Eldertreks is an adventure travel company designed exclusively for elderly travelers. This travel company offers exciting adventures that take travelers off the beaten path in small groups, ensuring that each traveler gets the attention they need while being able to fully enjoy the trip. This particular safari takes travelers to the Bardo Museum, the Punic ruins in Carthage, ancient medinasand mosques, underground Berber homes, a visit to the Island of Jerba, a ride through the Seldja Gorge and a chance to explore the Roman amphitheater. A great way to experience the culture and history of Tunisia, this safari is safe and inclusive, catering to all your needs making it worry-free.

Senior Transportation

When in Tunis (and all of Tunisia for that matter) seniors get to enjoy the benefits of the discount. When traveling throughout the area by train or bus, seniors get a discount. Traveling by taxi is very expensive and traveling by rental car is not recommended due to the poor road conditions. Not only will you get a great deal on your tickets, but traveling by train or bus is easy as it ensures you get from point a to point b without and effort on your part.

La Maison Doree Bed and Breakfast

Accommodations for senior travelers should include amenities that cater to your needs. La Maison Doree Bed and Breakfast is known throughout Tunis as an establishment that does just that. Rather than receiving the generic, unfamiliar service that you would expect from a large-chain hotel, bed and breakfasts are great when traveling as you are sure to get extra attention and protection. La Maison is centrally located and very close to the train station so getting to tourist attractions is a breeze. Rooms are spacious and most come with a private bathroom. Complimentary continental breakfast is served every morning and can be brought to your room.

January 22, 2010 new by christina tilicki
January 29, 2010 change by schitti

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