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Entry requirements

Valid passport is required unless where specified, often with hotel bookings.


Entry requirements to Tunisia

Starting from December 1st, 2021


1/ Passengers, over the age of 18, arriving in Tunisia and having completed the COVID-19 vaccination (28 days for the Janssen vaccine and 14 days for other types of vaccines) are required to present a mandatory vaccination passport or vaccination certificate issued by the health authorities of the country of residence.


2/ All passengers arriving in Tunisia are required to:

·       Present a negative result RT-PCR test with a “QR Code” taken 48 hours before traveling to Tunisia (Children under 06 years are exempt).


These passengers are subject to rapid test (TDR-Antigen) or an RT-PCR test on arrival. In the event of a positive result, the relevant person will be transferred to a medical isolation centre. Unvaccinated people will pay for their accommodation costs.


3/ All Tunisian passengers or foreigners residing in Tunisia, unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated, are required, in addition to the measures mentioned in point 2, to:

·   Self-isolate for a period of ten (10) days in one of the designated hotels for quarantine at their own expenses and must hold a proof of a confirmed reservation and payment (voucher). The list of the hotels can be found on the following link:


·     Carry out a second RT-PCR test at their expense during the last 24 hours of the confinement and the result of which would be expected on the 10thday. Those who test positive will be directed to quarantine centres at their expense.



The voucher shall include the hotel booking confirmation, the transfer from the Airport to the hotel, the cost related to the RT-PCR test that has to be carried out during the last 24 hours.



4/ Unaccompanied minors (under the age of 18) or accompanying vaccinated adults are exempt from compulsory confinement and are required, in addition to the measures mentioned in point 2, to comply with a 10-day self-confinement within the places of residence in Tunisia.

Children under the age of 18 who are unaccompanied or who are travelling with vaccinated adults are exempt from the mandatory quarantine. However, they must, in addition to the requirement mentioned in point 2, to observe a self-isolation for ten (10) days in a place of their choice.


Passengers arriving in Tunisia are required to apply the above measures.

Any offender will be subject to the law Article 312 of the Code of Criminal Procedures.