This remote village is pushed hard against the crinkly border with Algeria and sits amid thickly forested hills. The drive here is enchanting enough, but people really come for the hot springs, which are renowned throughout the country for their health benefits. Habib Bourguiba, Tunisia's independence leader and first president, was a big fan.
Hammam Bourguiba makes a fine day trip from Ain Draham, and there are pleasant walks in the surrounding forest and valleys, particularly to the nearby reservoir. That said, make sure you stay away from Algerian frontier to avoid the interest of security forces. The Royal Rihana Hôtel in Ain Draham or Hôtel Les Mimosas in Tabarka can help arrange knowledgeable guides.