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Travel with Children

Ksar Ouled Soltane

Exploring the Ksour of Southern Tunisia

While traveling through southern Tunisia, you do not want to miss the opportunity to explore a Ksar or Ksour (plural). Ksour are ancient fortified buildings once used by the Berbers from the 15th century to...
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The Unforgettable Moroccan Sahara Desert

We’ve lived in Morocco for three years now and I think without doubt, our family’s favourite thing to do here is to take a trip down to the Moroccan Sahara desert. What a joy it...
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Family Quad Trip in the Tunisian Sahara

One of our favorite family excursions in the Tunisian Sahara is to take a quad ride in Ksar Ghilane. Led by an expert guide, your family will travel over both large and small dunes until...
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Tunisia Travel and Tours

Check out Tunisia Tours new website with tours, vacations, and adventure tours in southern Tunisia. Tunisia Tours is owned and operated by Mosaic North Africa. Come alone or with your family on a quad through...
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Tunisia Sahara Nomad Guides

A Night with the Nomads in the Tunisian Sahara Desert

7 years old and off on a Sahara adventure Camping in the Sahara desert is easily one of our family’s favourite things to do.  Our daughter still has vivid memories of the times that daddy...
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Morocco Souk

A Souq of Surprises

North African souq or souk (markets) are fabulous places to experience the authentic culture of this region… Excitement and energy are par for the course and it’s easy to get swept up in the drama...
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Mystery in the Sahara Dunes

Oh… the allover awe-inspiring mystery of the Sahara dunes… No trip to Southern Tunisia is complete without a visit to Ksar Ghilane.  I admit I was skeptical.  We turned our little blue box-on-wheels car south...
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Quad ride in the desert

Family Travel in Morocco… Why Bother??

“Five times the work, 10 times the blessing…”  This has consistently been my response to people inquiring about family travel in Morocco or living abroad with children!  I will not lie to you, if you...
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To Make a House a Home

“Can you imagine actually LIVING here?”  I mean REALLY, truly- this stone room camouflaged into the side of this hill… calling it your HOME??  We’re withing a couple of months of being able to call...
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First Impressions

“It’s gonna be a ‘mergency!!” declared five year old M as our airplane seemed to drop hundreds of feet at a time on our final descent into the Tunis airport.  She wasn’t the only one...
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