Tuesday, April 24, 2012

All Inclusive Holidays to Tunisia with the Kids

Tunisia is one of the up and coming holiday hot spots. Lined with beautiful beaches and perfected with its charming whitewash-walled towns, all inclusive holidays to Tunisia are the perfect place to kick back and relax with the brood.

Searching online can bring up some of the best deals for cheap holidays in Tunisia. While travelling with children can be expensive, all inclusive holidays to Tunisia can really take the punch out of the package deal. With food, drink and ice-cream covered, simply concentrate on hitting the beach and exploring your destination.

Tunisia

Summers in Tunisia can hit highs of up to 38 degrees C. If travelling with small children, try to avoid July and August when the heat may be unbearable. Instead opt for May or June, when the sun is still beaming but temperatures average between 25 to 28 degrees C.

Hammamet is an ideal location for all inclusive holidays to Tunisia for the family. For soft sands and crystal clear waters, look no further than Hammamet’s very own beach. While the children play in the tranquil waters, unwind and enjoy a cocktail and a chapter of your holiday paperback.

Friguia Park, a superb wildlife attraction, is conveniently located in Hammamet. The whole family will enjoy getting up close to Friguia’s 62 species of animal including baboons, lemurs and black swans.

In addition, the park puts on a fantastic evening show suitable for all the family in an African themed hut. Dolphin shows run daily, with the opportunity to swim with the magnificent mammals at 11:45hrs local time, each day.

Adrenaline fuelled kicks can be found at Hammamet’s theme park, Carthage Land. Whether your children are just starting school or are school leavers, Carthage Land has rides to keep the whole family happy.

Look online for the best deals for your all inclusive holidays to Tunisia. Don’t stress about the small stuff and keep your cash for fun family days out in Hammamet.

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