There has been a huge increase in holidays to North Africa as Brits make the most of the area's exceptionally affordable winter sun, according to the tourism industry.
With its mix of vibrant culture, reliable weather, affordability and flight times of under five hours experts are predicting that the region will remain popular this year.
Travel experts are predicting that holidays to Tunisia will increase in 2013 and some are even saying that North African destinations might prove more popular than traditional Mediterranean packages.
With its dry climate and temperatures in the 20s in December, January and February it is easy to see why North Africa is becoming such a popular place to escape the dreary British winter.
The coastline stays warm even in the winter evenings, yet summer temperatures can become a little too warm for some people. Nevertheless, North Africa can promise warmth and respite from the chill and some much needed sunshine right through the winter.
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