Lake Ishkel (la Ichkeul), 107 km, is a natural reserve, where they found the last refuge of the Tunisian water buffalo. Marshy shores of Lake conservation area are home to countless species of birds. Fall and spring rest here flocks of migratory birds on their long journey from Europe to Africa, and some prefer to spend the winter here. Among the animals that can be found in these virgin thickets are also vultures, eagles, storks, and various species of frogs. Marsh vegetation is especially good in the spring, the area is difficult to pass, so it is best for the tour guide from the office to invite ONTT in Bizerte.
To Cape Serrat (Cap Serrat), 169 km, can be reached from Highway P51 on a gravel path, which is through the thicket of eucalyptus and oleander leads to the lighthouse. Bay surrounded by mountains and attracts a picnic with a refreshing swim in the clear as glass sea. All along the way can be found except by chance to be here a couple of fishermen.
Ends with a return trip to Tunisia **, 317 miles, through the village Mater (Mateur), 242 km.