Red Lizard Train Start (Metlaoui)

Commonly voted as one of the must-do things before you die is  the 'Red Lizard train', a passenger train from the 19th century that runs along old mining tracks from Metlaoui to Redeyef (which is about a 45 min journey) throug...

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Commonly voted as one of the must-do things before you die is  the 'Red Lizard train', a passenger train from the 19th century that runs along old mining tracks from Metlaoui to Redeyef (which is about a 45 min journey) through the red and pink rocks, split by canyons of the Saharan Atlas mountains in central Tunisia.

The train and track were built in 1910 by the Tunisian Govenor. The 'Lizard' also used to serve the phosphate mines from Metaloui, but now it is only a tourist attraction. Today, this is the only way to visit the gorges of Selja. Each day the Red Lizard Train leaves around 10am from the station of Meltaoui, about 40km (25 miles) from Tozeur.

Passing through wonderful scenary this old fashioned train will take you on a journey through stony desert landscapes, mountains tunnels, steel bridges, water springs, deep gorges, finally coming to a stop in a green oasis. A fantastic adventure.

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Red Lizard Train Start (Metlaoui)

Red Lizard Train Start (Metlaoui)

Commonly voted as one of the must-do things before you die is  the 'Red Lizard train', a passenger train from the 19th century that runs along old mining tracks from Metlaoui to Redeyef (which is about a 45 min journey) through...

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Commonly voted as one of the must-do things before you die is  the 'Red Lizard train', a passenger train from the 19th century that runs along old mining tracks from Metlaoui to Redeyef (which is about a 45 min journey) through the red and pink rocks, split by canyons of the Saharan Atlas mountains in central Tunisia.

The train and track were built in 1910 by the Tunisian Govenor. The 'Lizard' also used to serve the phosphate mines from Metaloui, but now it is only a tourist attraction. Today, this is the only way to visit the gorges of Selja. Each day the Red Lizard Train leaves around 10am from the station of Meltaoui, about 40km (25 miles) from Tozeur.

Passing through wonderful scenary this old fashioned train will take you on a journey through stony desert landscapes, mountains tunnels, steel bridges, water springs, deep gorges, finally coming to a stop in a green oasis. A fantastic adventure.

To see more images on flckr, click here

Red Lizard Train Start (Metlaoui)

Red Lizard Train End (Redeyef)

Commonly voted as one of the must-do things before you die is the 'Red Lizard Train', a passenger train from the 19th century that runs along old mining tracks from Metlaoui to Redeyef (which is about a 45 min journey) through ...

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Commonly voted as one of the must-do things before you die is the 'Red Lizard Train', a passenger train from the 19th century that runs along old mining tracks from Metlaoui to Redeyef (which is about a 45 min journey) through the red and pink rocks, split by canyons of the Saharan Atlas mountains in central Tunisia.

The train and track were built in 1910 by the Tunisian Govenor. The 'Lizard' also used to serve the phosphate mines from Metaloui, but now it is only a tourist attraction. Today, this is the only way to visit the gorges of Selja. Each day the Red Lizard Train leaves around 10am from the station of Meltaoui, about 40km (25 miles) from Tozeur.

Passing through wonderful scenary this old fashioned train will take you on a journey through stony desert landscapes, mountains tunnels, steel bridges, water springs, deep gorges, finally coming to a stop in a green oasis. A fantastic adventure.

To see more images on flckr, click here

Red Lizard Train Start (Metlaoui)

Red Lizard Train End (Redeyef)

Commonly voted as one of the must-do things before you die is the 'Red Lizard Train', a passenger train from the 19th century that runs along old mining tracks from Metlaoui to Redeyef (which is about a 45 min journey) through ...

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Commonly voted as one of the must-do things before you die is the 'Red Lizard Train', a passenger train from the 19th century that runs along old mining tracks from Metlaoui to Redeyef (which is about a 45 min journey) through the red and pink rocks, split by canyons of the Saharan Atlas mountains in central Tunisia.

The train and track were built in 1910 by the Tunisian Govenor. The 'Lizard' also used to serve the phosphate mines from Metaloui, but now it is only a tourist attraction. Today, this is the only way to visit the gorges of Selja. Each day the Red Lizard Train leaves around 10am from the station of Meltaoui, about 40km (25 miles) from Tozeur.

Passing through wonderful scenary this old fashioned train will take you on a journey through stony desert landscapes, mountains tunnels, steel bridges, water springs, deep gorges, finally coming to a stop in a green oasis. A fantastic adventure.

To see more images on flckr, click here

Red Lizard Train Start (Metlaoui)

Sabria Randonnées

In order to share our love of the desert and of Sabria, a little village in the dunes situated 40km (25 miles) west of Douz (which is two hours by car from Tozeur Airport), we have created an association: Sabria Randonnées.

We ...

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In order to share our love of the desert and of Sabria, a little village in the dunes situated 40km (25 miles) west of Douz (which is two hours by car from Tozeur Airport), we have created an association: Sabria Randonnées.

We organise and accompany your trek and stay in the desert. You can choose your own

Visit Tunisia

Visit Tunisia offers a wide range of tours, catered to meet almost any needs and criteria. This includes mountain biking, 4x4 adventures, archaeological tours and hiking or walking tours.

To find out more, you can visit their w...

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Visit Tunisia offers a wide range of tours, catered to meet almost any needs and criteria. This includes mountain biking, 4x4 adventures, archaeological tours and hiking or walking tours.

To find out more, you can visit their website here

www.visit-tunisia.com

Visit Tunisia

Visit Tunisia offers a wide range of tours, catered to meet almost any needs and criteria. This includes mountain biking, 4x4 adventures, archaeological tours and hiking or walking tours.

To find out more, you can visit their w...

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Visit Tunisia offers a wide range of tours, catered to meet almost any needs and criteria. This includes mountain biking, 4x4 adventures, archaeological tours and hiking or walking tours.

To find out more, you can visit their website here

www.visit-tunisia.com

Visit Tunisia

Visit Tunisia offers a wide range of tours, catered to meet almost any needs and criteria. This includes mountain biking, 4x4 adventures, archaeological tours and hiking or walking tours.

To find out more, you can visit their w...

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Visit Tunisia offers a wide range of tours, catered to meet almost any needs and criteria. This includes mountain biking, 4x4 adventures, archaeological tours and hiking or walking tours.

To find out more, you can visit their website here

www.visit-tunisia.com

Visit Tunisia

Visit Tunisia offers a wide range of tours, catered to meet almost any needs and criteria. This includes mountain biking, 4x4 adventures, archaeological tours and hiking or walking tours.

To find out more, you can visit their w...

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Visit Tunisia offers a wide range of tours, catered to meet almost any needs and criteria. This includes mountain biking, 4x4 adventures, archaeological tours and hiking or walking tours.

To find out more, you can visit their website here

www.visit-tunisia.com

Aeroasis

A hot-air balloon flight over the Sahara just as the sun is rising is one spectacle no one should miss. Aeroasis flies from both Douz and Tozeur. One-hour flights: Tozeur £60; Douz £70.

To contact, please call  (00216) 64 52 577.

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A hot-air balloon flight over the Sahara just as the sun is rising is one spectacle no one should miss. Aeroasis flies from both Douz and Tozeur. One-hour flights: Tozeur £60; Douz £70.

To contact, please call  (00216) 64 52 577.

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