National parks in Tunis – Enjoying natural joys

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Tunisia has 8 national parks in it which have admirable eco-systems. They feature all modern facilities offering their visitors convenience and pleasure. The compositions and even the climates in each of these parks can vary, but they all can guarantee a memorable experience.

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El Feidja National park

El Feidja is popular among its visitors for having a large variety of reptiles and mammals. If you spend your holiday at hotels such as The Residence Tunis by Cenizaro Hotels & Resorts, mind that this park is just a one hour ride away and a definite must-see!

Ichkeul National park

Each winter, Ichkeul National park offers shelter for more than 300,000 ducks, geese, and coots in addition to its general habitat facilitation for over 200 animal species and 500 plant species. Lake Ichkeul which is just adjacent to the park is also one of the most popular Tunisian attractions, because of its natural beauty.

Bou-Hedma National Park

The Bou-Hedma National park is popular for its composition of rare creatures such as barbary sheep. This park was first created in 1980 and currently on the UNESCO tentative list of world heritage sites especially due to its architectural landscape present.

The national park of Chaambi

The national park of Chaambi protects the flora and fauna surrounding mount Chaambi- the highest mountain peak in Tunisia. There are no lakes or rivers to be found in this park throughout your journey but exploring the views and the wildlife will still be worth it.

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+

 

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