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• Sport tourism, with nearly twenty modern courses along the country, golf tourism is another potential niche which attracts a wealthy clientele from all over the world. The next few months will witness the opening of unique golf course located in the deepest desert. travellers can also enjoy several kinds of sport activities including sailing, windsurfing, water-skiing, horseback riding. • Cultural tourism, Tunisia has an exceptional and historical treasures, including over 20 000 archeological sites and hundreds of monuments, museums and historical centers and a total of eight world heritage sites. The most frequently visited are Carthage, Bardo Mesum (hosting the world largest mosaic collection), El Jem Coliseum and the Kairouan mosque (the first mosque built north of Africa). • Saharian tourism, Tunisia is practically among the few countries in the world which can offer its visitors the impressive Sahara desert within easy reach of beautiful beaches, thickly-forested mountains and bustling towns and cities. The Sahara covers third of the Tunisian territory. The northern part contains human settlements in traditional urban agglomerations, mountain villages and oases. The further one travels south, the more defined the Saharan character becomes. Apart from protected species of wild flora and fauna, the deep southern region has very few human traces - wells for the survival of nomads, old caravans and fortifications. • Eco-tourism, from north to south, many national parks and natural protectorates have become privileged observation sites to protect species reproduction and several plants, including some rare ones. A safe country and a tolerant people, Tunisia is only one or two hour flight from most European capitals with no visa required for Korean friends.
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