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5 Adventurous things to do in Tunisia - Unusual but fun

Tunisia is an up and coming tourist destination in this part of the world and here are some adventurous things you can get up to while you are there.

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Hot air balloon rides

This is an experience that you definitely must try regardless of where you are vacationing. If there is an opportunity to go on a hot air balloon ride you must never say no to that. From your viewpoint up in the air, you will be able to look at most of Tunisia attractions with a unique perspective. If you are staying at a property the likes of Anantara Tozeur Resort you could always go to the help desk and find out how you can book yourself a hot air balloon ride during your vacation in Tunisia.

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Go on a camel ride

This is not something you can do in most of the holiday destinations in the world and trekking across the desert while you are seated on a camel is a unique experience in itself. You could opt to go on camel riding excursion that lasts anywhere from one hour to even one week. If you are in an adventurous mood and are travelling with a group of friends who would love to try this out you can opt for a week-long excursion in the desert. Do not freak out because movies usually show you that this excursion does not end well, but unlike in the cinema, you will be well-stocked with supplies that help you be hydrated and filled to the brim during your week-long excursion in the desert.

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Deep-sea diving

Regardless of where you are holidaying on Earth, deep-sea diving is an opportunity you definitely must not miss. If hot sand and desert is not your vibe, then take out your diving gear and dive deep into the blue seas of Tunisia. There are many things for you to explore in the underwater world here, from deep-sea caves to mysterious old shipwrecks and coral reefs, there is plenty to keep you occupied for quite a while under the water.

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Take a ride on the red lizard train

Though the name might sound quite suspicious; the train was originally built back in the early 1800s by colonialists who belonged to France. During your train ride, you can look out the window and take in all the natural but unique rock formations. Some of these rock formations have the oddest shapes which might have you wondering if they are actually all that natural.

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Go on a motorbike trip

This is something that has taken up the current generation by a storm, and if the thought of biking in the desert makes you excited, you really must go for this. Getting to drive in the Sahara will give you a sense of freedom and open space that you will not get anywhere else in the world. Again, these trips can last a few days or weeks, depending on what you want and how much of the desert you want to explore.