Africa’s northernmost country, Tunisia, is a land of contrasts—with scenery from shimmering blue seas to endless yellow desert sands.
But even more impressive are the Tunisians themselves. All—local fishermen at the coast, taxi drivers in the cities, Berber women in ancient villages—are keen to chat and be photographed.
Every major town has its own zone touristique, filled with package-tour visitors. These tinsel-town tourists never experience the real Tunisia. To get an authentic experience, find a hotel in the centre where you can meet and interact with the warm and welcoming locals.
Words and Photography by Jeremy Jowell
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