Office - DAR EL AIN
Our head office is a welcoming space for our visitors, customers and members.
The local is a colonial house with a very beautiful architecture in downtown Tabarka, very in harmony with the general architecture of the city and mysteriously embellished by the green space of the public garden just in front of our door.
Our visitors come to our space to learn about our programs, to book activities or rent our equipment. Our room has four bedrooms, including a reception, a multipurpose room, an equipment room and an exhibition room for local products, the space also has a kitchen, a bathroom and a bathroom. inner courtyard.
We organize in our space our meetings with our local partners such as artisans, local associations, tables d'hôte and local producers.
The space is also open on request to associations, organizations and clubs for activities in line with the values we defend (sustainability, eco-responsibility, respect for nature, environmental and social commitment, sustainable development, etc.).
Our mission is to have fun while enhancing the natural capital
Our goal is a holy citizen, satisfied and in solidarity with the locals
Our vision is to put nature as the main capital to defend
Our team - Dedicated adventurers and professionals
Rania MecherguiTouristic guide
She is the co-founder as well as the main guide of Dar El Ain. She has more than 10 years of rich experience to support her. She has advanced educational skills in botany and local knowledge of the North West region in general.
He is the main guide for Dar El Ain. He was born in Ain Draham, and he acquired a rich experience with the guides and circuits of Dar El Ain. He has advanced skills in the mountains and forests of the North West region in general.
Iskander RekikMountain guide
He is the co-founder as well as the main mountain guide of Dar El Ain. He has more than 5 years of rich experience in guiding clients and more than 15 years of experience in mountain sports, mountain biking and even in sub-aquatic snorkeling.
Dar El Ain offers activities co-created with the local population of the Kroumirie including crafts(wo)men, local producers and tables d'hôte at the inhabitant.