Tunisia travel

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#8 – Tunisia Tells UK Tourists That It’s Safe To Visit

“There are threats, as there are all round the world. But we are ready to cooperate continuously on any security issue to assure the British and to ameliorate the situation, and build their confidence in us.” Source: The Guardian

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#5 – Ever Thought Of A Wine Tour To Tunisia?

At the Neferis vineyard in Grombalia, perched on hills overlooking the Mediterranean some 40km southeast of Tunis, Ben Sheikh is trying to develop a wine route as an "alternative" form of tourism which he is hoping to be able to offer tour operators next year. Read More >> Source: IOL

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#6 – UK Travellers Trickle Into Tunisia

Many Britons have been advised not to visit following an attack on a famous beach last year, but other nationalities are travelling to Tunisia in much greater numbers – notably the French, the Italians and the Germans. Read More >> Source: Independent

#8 – Tunisia Is Safe

The country has taken a number of security measures since last summer, including hiring a security consultant to draw up a handbook for tourism-related operations such as hotels and museums. Read More >> Source: Voice Of America

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Africa’s Top 10 Spots To Pop The Question

Whether you’re single or coupled, or going to pop the question this Valentine’s Day, here is a list of the most romantic spots on the continent. Our list includes the iconic Victoria Falls, Lake Malawi (pictured below), and the dunes of Namibia. So whether you are looking to pamper yourself [...]

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