Eco-tourism in Bizerta, Bizerte, Benzart

Bizerta, in arabic Banzart, is a town in northern Tunisia. it is known for its wonderful coastline extending over 200 km.

Bizerte is also known by its forests. A combination of green trees and blue beaches, Bizerta is a great direction for ecological tourism.

Rafraf, Bizerta

 Ein Damous Beach

 Another eco-tourism direction in Bizerta, Ichkel National Parc:

Lake Ichkeul Park is one of the famous Tunisia National Parks covering almost 12,600hac on the shores of Lake Ichkeul in the northern district of Tunis Bizerte. This park is a world heritage site conserved as an important bird sanctuary in North Africa. However there are many other interesting plant species and wildlife.
Since 1980, the Ichkeul Lake is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Tunisia. This large national park consists of around 600 plant species and more than 3 lakhs wintering water birds of 180 different species. Situated in the plain of Mateur and just a stroll away from the capital city Tunis, Lake Ichkeul is an important wetland for the avifauna (birds’ varieties found in a particular geographic area).

Another wanderful direction in Bizerta, Oued Zitoun between Matter and Sejnene:

Oued Zitoun fall

Far of 88 Km from Bizetran coasts,  Galite islands are the paradice for eco-tourists:

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