No Vaccination Or Testing Required For Entering Tunisia
Tunisia’s Health Ministry decided to remove all travel rules pertaining to the health crisis and reinstate the country’s entry guidelines.
Nearly three years after it first shut its borders due to the pandemic, Tunisia has dropped all travel requirements, allowing for normal tourism to resume. From this week, Americans, as well as any other foreigners on a short-term visit, will no longer be subject to health checks prior to or upon arrival.
In spite of its close proximity and historical ties to the European continent, Tunisia sits on the North Coast of Africa, bordered by Algeria to the west and Libya to the southeast. It is famous for its unspoiled nature, which includes idyllic beaches with the bluest of waters and rugged mountain peaks, as well as its ancient Roman heritage.
However, as the Ministry has been able to confirm, excessively strict measures are no longer necessary as Covid has ceased being a disruptive disease. In fact, part of the reason why Tunisia felt emboldened to join its regional partners of Egypt and Morocco in abandoning restrictions is due to the dwindling number of cases across the Republic.