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My husband and I spent a night in this gîte. It is made of caverns carved in the mountains by Berber/amazigh called Ksar.
The owner/manager family are trying their best.
Showers carved in the same mountain were clean. Water was heated with solar energy.
I am Tunisian and i did surprise myself with this berber and authentic place in the middle of Tataouine mountains.
It's a unique experience as you will live and sleep like our berber ancestors use to do. I went there with my mother and felt...More
We loved Gite de Douiret! Our room -- more of a very clean, whitewashed cave -- was narrow but deep, with four good beds and plenty of light. The bathrooms are across the courtyard, and they were clean and had hot running water. We pulled...More
This hotel provides you unique accomodation in a wonderful location of abandoned Berber village and fortress Douiret in the heart of the Tunisian desert. The hotel is located in the lower part of the village. Rooms - traditional Berber cave dwellings - are modest, but...More
I am an American solo traveler. I spent three weeks in Tunisia. For one of those weeks, I hired a private guide with a car for a southern tour. The guide knew about this place from a previous visit some four years earlier, when the...More