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Vue dominante, du paysage berbère de Tataouine - Tunisie



 Vue panoramique de  Toujane - Tunisie - Excursion berbère 2 jours


This two-day adventure immerses you in the captivating universe of the ksour of the Berber region, starting with Matmata, famous for its troglodyte houses which served as the setting for the Star Wars saga.

Subsequently, heading to Tamezret, a charming perched Berber village where you will have the privilege of enjoying an authentic meal with the locals, while discovering traditional gastronomy and sharing time with the locals.

Our journey continues at Toujane, a village remarkable for its stone houses which blend in with the surrounding landscape.

You will also have the opportunity to immerse yourself in local craftsmanship, with the discovery of kilim carpets and woolen bakhnoug shawls, symbols of ancestral Berber art.

A stop at Ksar Hallouf is a must to admire the architecture of the Berber ksour that dot the region. These fortified granaries, with their cells multiple storage, illustrate the ingenuity and the way of life of the Berber populations.

The tour continues with the Ksar Jouamaa, perched on a rocky ridge, from where you can contemplate a breathtaking panorama.
It is a moment conducive to relaxation and wonder in front of these breathtaking landscapes.

At the end of the day, we will reach Ksar Hadada, where an authentic dinner and a night in a troglodyte lodge await us.

You will live an unforgettable experience, in the heart of the Berber culture, in a traditional accommodation dug into the rock.

After a restful night and a breakfast, our exploration continues with the discovery of the city of Tataouine and its lively and colorful market (open on certain days).

Our journey through the Berber ksour continues with the visit of Ksar Ouled Soltane, a magnificent four-storey Ksar that stands out for its Arabic architecture.

This enchanting place has served as the setting for several scenes in the Star Wars saga.

Thereafter, we head towards the village of Chenini, perched in height and offering an exceptional panorama of the surroundings.

A unique opportunity to immerse yourself in Berber architecture and deepen your knowledge of the local culture.

A lunch will be waiting for you in a restaurant in Guermassa where you can savor typical dishes of the region.

Before returning to Djerba, we will make a final stop at ksar of Medenine, once again a setting that inspired the Star Wars universe.


One more chance to admire the impressive architecture and understand its fascinating history.

Our trip will end at the end of the afternoon in Djerba, after an excursion rich in discoveries through the Berber ksour of the region.

This program will allow you to experience the Berber culture, to visit emblematic sites and to savor the local cuisine.


A global experience that will enrich your stay in Tunisia with unforgettable memories.

Djerba, excursion Berbère 2 jours, Le Ksar Ouled Soltane Tunisie
Djerba, excursion la région Berbère de Tataouine

Through this two-day tour, you will have the opportunity to discover the ksour of the Berber region, emblematic villages perched on ridges and steeped in history.

The ksour of Tunisia are granaries used by one or more tribes, and they are mainly located between Matmata and Tataouine, with nearly 150 ksour listed in this area.

These ksour are part of the cultural heritage of the region and bear witness to its historical and sociological evolution. Generally, a ksar has a single entrance protected by a door, except in the case of plain ksour.

These places were spaces for social life, used for meetings, welcoming visitors and trading. The ghorfas, which are storage cells, are arranged around the courtyard of the ksar.

Some ksour, such as Ksar Ouled Soltane, can count up to 440 ghorfas, while the average is between 150 and 200.


Ghorfas are small rooms closed to the exterior, designed to store foodstuffs for long periods of time.

The cereals were stored in the lower part, possibly separated by low walls, while the olives and the cheeses were suspended in the upper part, ventilated by openings in the exterior and interior walls.

During this excursion, you will visit the Ksar Hadada, with its 380 single-storey ghorfas, which served as the setting for the film "Star Wars" in 1999 (Mos Espa - Episode I).

You will also discover the magnificent village of Chenini, perched on a ridge and renowned for its troglodyte dwellings carved into the rock.

A mosque dating from the 13th century stands between the two ridges, adding a historical and architectural touch to this place.

This tour will give you an immersive experience in Berber culture and history, allowing you to discover unique sites and marvel at the magnificent landscapes of the region.



Day 1

  • Departure at 7:30 am for Matmata, from your place of stay in Djerba.

  • Stops photos along the way.

  • Visits to the troglodyte houses of Matmata.

  • Lunch at the inhabitant.

  • Visit of the village of Toujane.

  • Visit of Ksar Halouff.

  • Visit of the Ksar Jouamaa.

  • Visit of Ksar Hadada.

  • Dinner and night in a troglodyte hotel.


Day 2

  • Departure for the city of Tataouine and free time.

  • Visit of Ksar Ouled Soltane.

  • Guided tour of the village of Chenini.

  • Lunch in a typical restaurant in the village of Guermassa.

  • Visit of the Ksar of Medenine.

  • Return to your place of stay in Djerba at the end of the afternoon around 5:30 p.m.


Vue du village de Chenini Tunisie.
Excursion dans la région Berbère de Tataouine

Excursion dans la région Berbère de Tataouine

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For 5 people, price per person
For 4 people, price per person
For 3 people, price per person
For 2 people, price per person

The price includes: Transport by private 4WD car

The services of an ONTT* approved guide.

Full board lunchfrom the first day to lunch on the last day.

the entrance fees to the visits planned in the program


Excluded from the rate: National or international flights - The drinks 

Optional extra activities - Tips and personal purchases.

*Tunisian National Tourist Office

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