Last Update: 6 April 2021
Feeling like taking a road trip to discover the places which sparked a global film franchise, the sights, and attractions all the way from Tamezret to Medenine? Tunisia, a country of dreamed holidays, is awaiting travelers to be explored upon! Borders have opened and international flights with some countries have resumed.
In The Boutique Vibe, we understand how confusing traveling in the “Covid era” can be and that many of us are craving some vacation. That’s why after months of confusion and staying at home, we are sharing with you our “Can I travel to Tunisia” advice.
Up to date travel regulations in Tunisia
- From 8 March, the government announced that travellers from all countries, no longer have to self-isolate at a government-approved hotel for 14 days on arrival.
- All travellers must take a PCR test less than 72 hours before travel and be able to share the negative results.
- Upon arrival in Tunisia, the travelers need to have evidence of a booking for a second COVID-19 PCR test.
- The travellers are required to self-quarantine for 48 hours.
- All travellers must fill in an online form in advance and must download the government’s trace and track app.
- Flights from the UK, South Africa, Australia, and Denmark are suspended.
Is it safe to travel to Tunisia? What to expect there?
Tunisia has lessened some of the safety restrictions but is still following basic safety measures to ensure the well-being of its citizens and potential incoming guests.
When it comes to specific safety measures:
- It is required to wear a face mask in public places.
- There is a night curfew between 22:00 and 05:00 am.
- Bars, restaurants, shops are open until 20:00.
- Public transportation is operating, under health requirements.
- Most attractions and non-essential businesses are open, with health measurements in place.
- Cultural activities are allowed outdoors.