Best time to go to Hammamet
It may be part of North Africa, but Tunisia has a Med-like climate. Summers are hot and dry – in July and August, you’re looking at temperatures of 32°C and climbing. So if you want to see the Saharan dunes, come in the autumn when it dips to a more manageable 25°C. Spring is a great time to visit, too. Not only is it a nice warm 21°C, but the wildflowers are out in force. Winters are pretty mild, with temperatures reaching around 17°C. There’s a bit more rain around this time, but things get drier the further south you go.