Latest entry requirements to Tunisia
A picture taken on March 25, 2017 shows the facade of the entrance of Tunis-Carthage International Airport, outside the Tunisian capital. The United States this week announced a ban on all electronics larger than a standard smartphone on board direct flights out of eight countries across the Middle East, in effect from March 25, 2017. US officials would not specify how long the ban will last, but Emirates told AFP that it had been instructed to enforce the measures until at least October 14. Britain has also announced a parallel electronics ban targeting all flights out of Egypt, Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Lebanon. / AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID (Photo credit should read FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images)

This post describes the latest and up-to-date information regarding the entry requirements to Tunisia.

Photo credit: FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images

All travelers

From 1 December 2022, you can enter Tunisia without providing proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test.

On arrival in Tunisia, you may be asked to share your contact details and travel information with the authorities.

Children and young people

There are no specific requirements for children and young people.

If you’re transiting through Tunisia

Transiting is when you pass through one country on the way to your final destination.

If you are transiting through Tunisia on your way to another country and staying in the airport (airside) you should follow the full entry requirements (listed above).

If you are transiting through Tunisia on your way to another country and will be passing through immigration (sometimes known as a layover), for example, to stay in a hotel for a flight the next day, you should follow the full entry requirements (listed above).

Passport validity

If you are visiting Tunisia, your passport should be valid for the full duration of your stay. You don’t need any additional period of validity beyond this.


If you stay in Tunisia for longer than the authorized period, you will have to pay a fine. This rule may not apply if you are vulnerable or if circumstances oblige you to remain in the country.