Tunisia Desert Challenge : Tunisia hosts the second-largest rally in the world after the Paris-Dakar Rally 

Tunisia Desert Challenge : Tunisia hosts the second-largest rally in the world after the Paris-Dakar Rally 

Tunisia Desert Challenge : Tunisia hosts the second-largest rally in the world after the Paris-Dakar Rally 

This international event, Tunisia desert Challenge, will be held during the final week of the holy month, from 21st to 29th of April, on the island of Djerba. As such, thousands of participants will contribute to this race, and around 750 will be part of the competition. Including 30 nationalities from Madagascar, South of Africa, Poland, England, etc.

The different stages of the rally

  • The 1st stage will take the rally caravan from Djerba to Kambout (343 kms)
  • The 2nd stage will be a loop around Kambout (331 kms)
  • The 3rd stage will take the participants from Kambout to Ksar Ghilane (285 kms)
  • The 4th stage is a loop around Ksar Ghilane (305 kms)
  • The 5th stage will be Ksar Ghilane/ Douz (210 kms)
  • The 6th stage will take them from Douz to Nefta (the site of Star Wars) (340 kms)
  • The 7th and last stage before the end of the Rally and the prize giving will be a loop around the Star Wars site in the Nefta region (280 kms)

A big challenge with bigger opportunities for Tunisia

“Tunisia cannot ignore such an important event” said Henda Chaouech, the representative of the ‘relais’.

As Chaouech said, this rally is considered as a real one, where there will be in ground the needed,  professional, logistics such as: cars, motors and tracks. That is to say, safety measures are taken into consideration and that’s what makes it an important event. As it represents the second-largest race in the world following the Parisian one. She highlighted that it’s such an honor for Tunisia to host and cover a global rally. As the participants are definitely going to promote a good image of our country. Not only that, but this serves also as a network line. Such gatherings have benefits.

Accordingly, tourism is going to record its highest reach, and by extension this boosts both economic interests and activity.

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