A visit to the small folk museum provides some perspective and context on the desert lifestyle. It has a good collection of regional costumes, a mock nomad tent and an interesting section explaining the tattoos worn…
Camel racing, as well as music, parades and poetry.
This place, just past the Hotel Sahara Douz near Tej el-Khayem also offers the chance to eat in a Berber tent, though one done up for tourists, and puts on 'traditional dance' shows, though it's generally only used …
It's a little derelict looking and the backyard garden is cramped, still this traveller-friendly place about 100m north of the roundabout, is a pleasant place for a quiet evening.
On the ground floor of the cheapie hotel of the same name, the Bel Habib is comfortable and tourist friendly. The menu is no surprise: couscous, meat and chicken dishes.
Restaurant De l'Arc A fairly indistinguishable place that serves up couscous and meat dishes for around TD4.
A fairly indistinguishable place that serves up couscous and meat dishes for around TD4.
Slightly nicer than the next door Les Palmiers, this fairly indistinguishable place serves up couscous and meat dishes for around TD4.
Of course you can sip a tea, coffee or beer for that matter at most of the hotels out in the Zone Touristique, but it's also fun to hang out at the Café de Dunes, part of the Pegase outdoor activity centre, and watc…
A very popular cafe on ave Taieb Mehiri.