This post describes the latest and up-to-date information regarding the entry requirements to Tunisia.
You must complete this Tunisian government short online questionnaire before travelling.
From 1 December, all travelers over the age of six must take a PCR test less than 48 hours before travel and carry dated evidence of a negative result. This test must include a QR code.
If you are vaccinated, you also need to present official evidence of your vaccinations. You must have been vaccinated:
- At least 28 days before travelling (Janssen vaccine)
- At least 14 days before travelling (all other vaccines)
If you are not fully vaccinated you are required to enter mandatory quarantine in a government-approved hotel for seven days on arrival in Tunisia, at your own expense. From 1 December, mandatory quarantine will be extended to ten days.
To be admitted into the country you must provide evidence of a booking reservation for the quarantine hotel and a transport voucher for travel to the quarantine hotel.
You will be required to do a PCR test during the last 24 hours of your stay and if it is positive you will be transferred to a health isolation centre.
You are exempt from the requirement to enter mandatory quarantine if:
- you can present official evidence to prove you have been fully vaccinated
- you are under the age of 18 and unaccompanied or travelling with vaccinated adults. You will need to self-isolate at your accommodation
- you are travelling for medical reasons and have official evidence from the health authority
Proof of vaccination must be issued from the national health authority of your country of residence.