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Oudhna and Zaghouan Aqueduct Excursion from Tunis

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  • Group of 4 TravelersStart Time: 08:30Available: 4 seats
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7 hours
Tunis Port
Tunis Port
Max People : 50
Tour Details

Depart from Tunis and visit Oudhna and Zaghouan, where Hamilcar (father of Hannibal) defeated the mercenaries rebelling against Carthage after the first Punic war. The narrow streets and the architecture testify to the Andalucian influence on the. It might have been constructed when Emperor Hadrian ordered the building of the aqueducts in Carthage


Oudhna and Zaghouan Aqueduct Excursion from Tunis


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Departure & Return Location

Tunisia port (Google Map)

Departure Time

Departs as per the cruise schedule.

Price Includes

  • Pick up at your address in Tunis
  • Private A/C vehicle during the whole tour
  • Services of an English speaking travel guide during the tour
  • Entrance fees to all museums and archeological sites mentioned in the program
  • Mid-day lunches during the tour (excluding drinks)
  • Highway, fuel and parking fees during the tour
  • Our services and assistance 24h/7

Price Excludes

  • Flight
  • Cancellation and répartition insurances
  • Drinks and personal expenses
  • Tips

Stop At:La Goulette port

We will pick you at the port from La Goulette port upon arrival. You will meet the guide at the gangway holding a sign with our logo and name of the tour.

Stop AtThe Archeological Site of Oudhna “Uthina”

We , will pick you at the port at 8:30am from La Goulette port. Drive to Oudna is situated in the heart of a fertile plain in a gently undulating landscape. Its Capitol is outstanding for its spectacular two-flour vaulted basement, still existing. It was amongst the largest temples in Roman Africa. The vast and well preserved 16,000-seater amphitheater is partly carved out of the hillside.

Stop AtL'aqueduc de Zaghouan

It’s a Roman aqueduct, which supplied the city of Carthage with water, measured 132 km! The Zaghouan-Carthage hydraulic complex is the largest of its kind ever built. Built at the beginning of the 2nd century AD, the Zaghouan aqueduct testifies to the Romans’ mastery of water supply techniques. It crosses a rugged landscape. Sometimes flush with the ground, sometimes underground, the pipeline is, on two portions, raised by arcades sometimes reaching more than 20 meters in height. Its flow has been estimated at around thirty million liters per day. Most of the water was stored in the gigantic vaulted reservoirs visible at Maalga, at the entrance to Carthage, before supplying the Baths of Antonine.

Stop At:Zaghouan

Zaghouan is a city in the northeast, the capital of the governorate of the same name, located 50 km from Tunis. Established on the slope of Djebel Zaghouan, it overlooks a vast agricultural plain. At the site of ancient Ziqua, of which only a triumphal door remains, Zaghouan is a town with steep streets cut off by small squares offering views of the plain. The city, which has about 16,000 inhabitants, is known for its roses, especially the rose hips cultivated by Andalusian Muslims driven from Spain in the 17th century during the Reconquista. A region renowned for its sources (elders), Zaghouan attracts both Tunisians and tourists from the Arab world for its hammams.

Stop At: Dar Zaghouan Restaurant

You will stop at the resutrant for lunch , later you will drive back to the port of Tunis for the drop off at around 4pm



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