Day trip Timeless Berber villages Tekrouna and Zriba Alia - 1 Day


The trip begins with a visit to Takrouna. This Berber village is a historical site that played a determining role in the outcome of the Second World War in Tunisia. It forms with Jradou and Zriba a site with typical and traditional architecture: stone houses, vaulted rooms and inner courtyards. Its beauty is matched only by its simplicity. The intimate aspect of this visit is the charm of the old Berber villages.

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Timeless Berber villages Tekrouna and Zriba Alia

  • Tekrouna, Zriba Alia


Day 1

Stop at : Utique, northwest of Carthage, Bizerte 7000 Tunisia

Utique is one of the very first Phoenician trading posts established on African soil, probably around 1100 BC.
Older than Carthage, Utica played the role of capital for a long time before being overshadowed by its neighbor, founded at the end of the 9th century BC, but which quickly gained in importance. Associated with the destiny of its neighbor, the city knew good times and bad times. But, at the decisive turning point of the confrontation between Carthage and Rome, it knew how to take the right side, which, in 146 BC, earned it the privilege of becoming the capital of Africa for 130 years.
The archaeological site of Utique, of a very modest surface, is today located at 12 km from the sea because of the deltaic embankment of the mouth of the Medjerda river. It presents some buildings on the surface, in particular this superb “waterfall house”, but also other houses, temples, a forum, thermal baths, traces of theaters, circuses, amphitheatres.

Duration : 40 minutes

Stop at : Ghar El Melh, Ghar El Melh, Governorate of Bizerte

Founded at the beginning of the installation of Phoenicians in Tunisia (1101 B.C.), as Utica, the ancient Rusucmona quickly becomes a renowned counter to be the port of Utica. It later became an important base for the barbarian privateers.
Since ancient times, the population of Ghar El Melh works, almost exclusively, in agriculture and fishing.

Duration : 1 hour

Stop at : Qsiba, Bizerte Tunisia

The Qsiba is in the heart of BIZERTE, it joins the old port and the historical fort of the old Medina.
The medina of BIZERTE ! A great resemblance with the city of Venice but with a typical Arab-Muslim style!
To visit by day and by night without regret!

Duration : 1 hour

Stop at : National Park of Ichkeul, Bizerte 7000 Tunisia

The lake and the marshes of Ichkeul are recognized since a long time (with Donana in Spain, the Camargue in France and El Kala in Algeria) as one of the four principal wetlands of the Western Mediterranean basin. It is one of the few sites in the world listed on three international conventions. It is listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1980.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes



  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • All fees and taxes
  • Private transportation
  • Wi-Fi on board
  • Entrance fee - Medina of Hammamet


  • Lunch
What attractions will I visit with Timeless Berber Villages Tekrouna and Zriba Alia?

During this experience, you will visit the following places:
Zriba Alia

How much does it cost to stay at the timeless Berber Villages Tekrouna and Zriba Alia?

The rates for Timeless Berber Villages Tekrouna and Zriba Alia start at 103,82€.

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Day trip Timeless Berber villages Tekrouna and Zriba Alia
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Trip Info

  • You’ll get picked up from any hotels or Airbnb around Tunis or Hammamet
  • Back to the start point
  • Allemand, anglais, français
  • 10 maximum par groupe
  • Access for people with reduced mobility Accessible with a stroller Helping animals accepted Public transportation nearby Accessible transport for people with reduced mobility Accessible to people with reduced mobility If you have any questions about accessibility, we're happy to help. Just give us a call
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About This Site

  • Travel agency representative
  • I got a Tourist agency representative Certificate in Poland then I had learned German in Berlin and studied tourist guide in Hammamet, and for 5 years I’m a professional tour organizer in Tunisia
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