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Plan a Post-Lockdown Escape to Tunisia

While many countries in Africa and around the world are struggling to control the spread of the coronavirus, Tunisia has shown incredible success in managing the spread of the virus. Tunisia has been ranked among the top countries that best managed the COVID-19 pandemic on a global scale.

Since Tunisia reopened their borders on June 27, 2020, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) acknowledged Tunisia with the Safe Travels Stamp marking the country as a safe destination for travels. Many health protocols and safety measures are put in place to ensure the country is ready and safe to welcome guests from around the world to enjoy a pleasant and safe experience in Tunisia. Tunisia is not only considered as a safe destination for travel, but it is also very affordable to visit this Mediterranean country known for its natural beauty, sandy white beaches, and its incredible history and culture.

Plan a Visit to Tunisia

Before you book your flight, you will need to know that the Tunisian government is classifying countries into Green Zone, Orange Zone, and Red Zone based on their epidemiological risks, which will affect their entry into the country. These classifications will be reviewed every 3 or 4 days using scientific indicators approved by many countries in the world.

  • Green Zone countries have successfully controlled the Covid pandemic and have a low prevalence of the virus. Tunisians and foreign travelers coming from the Green Zone can enter into Tunisia without restrictions. They will need to fill out an electronic form and undergo prevention procedures such as a body temperature check and completing a health questionnaire.
  • Orange Zone countries have partially controlled the Covid pandemic and have a moderate prevalence of the virus. Tunisians and foreign travelers coming from the Orange Zone must present a negative PCR test result and will be subject to self-quarantine for a 14-day period.
  • Red Zone countries have a high prevalence of the virus. Individuals resident in these countries are not permitted to enter Tunisia for tourist purposes. The only exceptions are Tunisian nationals and those with residency in Tunisia.

We recommend you check the travel advisory of your passport country. You can also check the Covid-19 Tunisia Facebook page for the latest updates.

We're Here to Help!

Contact Our Team of Travel Experts Based in Tunisia

We understand that world travel is no longer as simple as it used to be, but we’re here to help! Our Travel Experts live and work in Tunisia, so they are able to provide you with the latest on-the-ground updates from Tunisia. Feel free to contact us with any questions and/or concerns. We’ll be happy to help you plan a safe and enjoyable private tour to Tunisia.

Joshua Mok works as the Sales and Marketing Manager. He loves to travel and has visited 25 countries so far. Joshua currently lives on the island of Djerba in Southern Tunisia, where he is committed to helping others to explore and experience this beautiful country through our private Tunisia tours.


  • R Sullivan

    Does your company have day trips from and in Tunis every month beginning fall of 2021? Do you know if the Bardo Museum is open and can it be visited without prior reservation? Thank you

    June 1, 2021 at 7:07 pm

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