A journey through Tunisia will show you not only the beauty of local life but also the outskirts of one of the most majestic and largest deserts in the world. This is not only about endless sand lands; but an accumulation of small hidden treasures, like small hamlets lost in the dunes, or Chenini, the city perched on the top of the mountains. Tunisia is not limited to its tourist destinations by the waterside – the most interesting is probably to get lost amidst the Southern landscapes, to meet and discover its inhabitants. Some of them, the Berbers, still live in these dwellings carved into the rock, called “Troglodytes”, far from the modernization we are accustomed to. Simplicity, kindness and riches are the key assets of the locals who live on the edge of Sahara.