Thinking of booking a five star hotel? Well, why not try a five-billion star hotel and instead of the repetitive hotel experiences, go camping and connect with mother nature. Beautiful sunsets, gorgeous views, and campfire cooking – there is really nothing like spending the night outdoors.
Tunisia’s constant warm weather and unique geography make it the ideal place for a camping retreat. Whether it is by the beach, river, dam or lake, there are a variety of places that accommodate camping trips and the country’s natural gems can satisfy any wanderlust.
Camping in Tunisia: Discover the Country’s Must-Visit Campsites
Going camping is definitely a wholesome experience that brings you closer to appreciating nature’s sanctity all while learning about yourself. Carthage Magazine makes it easy for you to live this unique experience, by providing you with our pick of the best camping places around Tunisia.
Ghabet El Bondek
This spot is located in Beni Khiar, Nabel. If you want to camp in just one place in this country, this forest might be one of your best options.
Looking to spend a weekend close to the nature and discovering a new beautiful spot? Camping by the Mejerda river would be such a unique experience. Mejerda river is flowing from northeast Algeria through Tunisia and is the largest supplier of water in Tunisia.
If you respect the environment around you, seek peace of mind, look for a spiritual purge, and have an eye for photography, then you should absolutely visit this gorgeous place!Deadrocker Ben Aîcha, sharing her experience camping by Mejerda river.
There are a lot of charming sites where to camp bordering Mejerda river, but for several reasons, we would advise if you can check with specialized camping/organization group. The below photos are taken in Testour, Beja, Tunisia.
Cape Angela is a rocky headland in Bizerte. It is the northernmost point of the African continent. The place is very popular among camping lovers, do yourself a favor and camp there — you won’t regret it.
It is located in Beja, El Mgasseb is one of the most gorgeous virgin spots to camp in Tunisia. You will experience serenity and peacefulness unlike of which you may find nowhere else.
A popular camping attraction, Bnir Mtir is a small town located in Ain Drahem, Jendouba. It is quite known for camping lovers. You get to stay in an area completely surrounded by the dam. Try topping that.
This sport is located in Bizerte. Everything’s just beautiful about Kef Abed – the night sky, and the relaxing ambience. Camping there is a once in a lifetime experience.
La Crique de Robinson
La Crique de Robinson is located in Nabel, and is a popular attractions in Tunisia, especially during summer time. Do yourself a favor and camp there.
Cape Serrat is truly one of Tunisia’s hidden gems; not many know that you can easily pick up a tent and go camp there. It’s probably the most gorgeous part of the Bizerte coastline.
Port aux Princes
Port aux princes is a bit closer to Tunis. It is an area over the coast of Nabel, and it’s just lined with camps directly on the beach.
Another beautiful camping sport, El Rtiba located in Nabel, is a cool place to camp and you’ll get to see some very impressive sceneries.
*The above list of camping spots in Tunisia provided by Carthage Magazine has no affiliation with any camping organizations/groups.
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