Jebil is a national park is also part of the national parks in Tunisia occupying the Sahara Desert. The park covers an area of 150,000 hectares and its named and known as the largest national park in the country, it occupies almost the southern part of the country. The park was fully gazetted as a national park in 1994 and it’s the only national park with a true Sahara Desert.
The park is home to a variety of wildlife including the fennec fox, horned viper, cobra, jackal, and the Barbary sheep which is endemic to the region. The snakes and other reptiles live under rocks and in sandy depressions and these can be seen any time under the guidance of a tour guide within the park. The birds that rock up the park includes the Lark, Raven and the bustard.