Introduction to diving in Hammamet
Discover scuba diving under the supervision of a professional team, be captivated by the sea floors, learn more about this Mediterranean fauna and flora then let yourself be enticed by Hammamet and the beauty of Cap Bon.
- 8days/7nights – flights not included
- Private transfer to/from airport by Land Rover.
- Half-board accommodation at the hotel “Le Sultan” in Hammamet.
- Introductory dive and CMAS level 1 training at the “Odysea Diving School
- The professionalism of the “Odysea Diving School” situated in your hotel
- Exploring the Mediterranean underwater fauna and flora
- The diversity of the exploration sites where you will be diving (rocks, shallow wreck, excavations, etc)
Tunisian cookery lesson
Tunisian cuisine contains the blend of peoples that constitute its history: from Berber semolina to Jewish tagines, Andalusian pastries delicately flavoured with flower water and subtly spiced Spanish stews. We invite you to explore this cuisine and create an entire menu before tasting it in a charming residence in the heart of the Medina of Nabeul.
A day exploring Tunis, Carthage & Sidi Bou Saïd
From the maze of streets in the Medina of Tunis, a UNESCO world heritage site, to modern Tunis with its gems of Art Nouveau architecture, the superb collection of antique mosaics at the Bardo National Museum, the iconic archaeological site of Carthage celebrated by Gustave Flaubert in Salammbô or a stroll in the hill-top village of Sidi Bou Saïd, this day-trip is the ideal way to gain a comprehensive insight into Tunis and the surrounding area.
And then, how can you not fall in love with Sidi Bou Saïd, its contemporary art galleries and its streets filled with the sweet scent of bougainvillea and jasmine? In between two excursions accompanied by our enthusiastic academic, you can enjoy honey-filled pastries as you relax on the terrace of the famous Café des Nattes.
Indulgent nature hike at El Haouaria
A hike in the mountain overlooking the sea, the jbel El Haouaria. Your day begins with a breakfast where you can try out some regional products before trekking along the paths of the El Haouaria mountain. Your nature guide will tell you about the ecological importance of the region. The scent of thyme, rosemary and heather fill the air and, depending on the season, you can observe the migrations of numerous species of birds.
Lunch takes place in a hut that is mostly open to the surrounding countryside. And the day ends delightfully with an exploration of a forest of centuries-old olive trees.