Tunisia is a North African country on the Mediterranean Sea. In the capital, Tunis, the palatial Bardo Museum presents archaeological exhibits from Roman mosaics to Islamic art.
I stayed on an all inclusive weeks holiday in Port el Kantaoui which is a tourist complex 10 kilometres north of Sousse city in central Tunisia. It was built in 1979 specifically as a tourist centre around a large artificial harbour that provides mooring with luxury yachts.

 Visitors to port el kantaoui can experience a variety of activities such as diving, jet skiing, windsurfing, quad biking, camel riding, boating, aqua parks and much more.

Port el kantaoui is the place for an evening stroll full of lively bars/restaurants, shops  and luxury yachts.

Hammamet is a great spot in Tunisia for Scuba diving and as always I highly recommend you go with a certified pada dive centre.

There are a few different dives sites around this area from small caves, coral tunnels to world war 2 shipwrecks

With warm calm waters. a dive here is perfect for beginners or for just a small price a great place to learn to dive.

My two days diving were a great experience, The first day, I dived a landing craft wreck and then a reef with lots of fish and good marine life.

 The second day I dived two wrecks. The first was a smashed up WW2 ship and a small freighter where you could enter the engine room.
A few excursions I got involved in were…..

My diving as explained above.

A camel trek up in the hills where you would also visit a remote village. See how local bread is made, a cheeky camel kiss and also a camel drinking a bottle of coke.

Quad biking in the hills and sandy roads, a very fast and fun filled trip. Just be prepared to get  dusty from all the back  spray from the quads in front. Take sunglasses, old clothes and plenty of sun cream.

A day out at an aqua park (Aqua Palace Water Park) which had plenty of slides, If you’re a water baby and love water parks this really is a must do whilst you’re in Port el Kantaoui.

An evening spent wandering the twisty winding walls of Sousse which is great for finding those cheap bargains, just remember to haggle and watch out for hose scams.