Tunisia Travel Guide

Continent: Africa
Region: Mediterranean Region, Northern Africa

Tunisia Travel Essentials

Ideal Duration:
7-10 days for exploring Tunis, Carthage, and Sousse; longer for exploring the Sahara Desert and historical sites

Best Time:
April to June, September to November (Milder temperatures) Read More

Accommodation Cost (per night in USD):
Dorm bed: $10-20
Budget: $30-60
Mid-range: $70-100
Luxury: $120 and above

Budget for Food & Drinks (per day in USD):
Budget: $10-20
Mid-range: $30-50

Visa Policy for Indians:
Visa required

Visa Policy for Other Nationals:
Visa on Arrival or eVisa available for some countries

Getting In Tunisia:
Tunis–Carthage International Airport (TUN) Read More

Getting Around Tunisia:
Trains, buses, taxis, rental cars Read More

"North African Elegance, Historical Splendor"

Tunisia Tourism

Tunisia, a gem in North Africa, invites you to explore its blend of elegance and historical riches. Tunis, the capital, showcases a mix of modern life and ancient sites like the Medina.

The ancient city of Carthage stands as a testament to bygone civilizations, while the ruins of Dougga offer a glimpse into Roman history. The island of Djerba is a tranquil escape with its Mediterranean charm. Tunisia's festivals, like the Carthage International Festival, bring culture and arts to the forefront. From its ancient ruins to its warm hospitality, Tunisia is a journey through time and tradition.

Holidify's opinion on Travel to Tunisia

What's Great about Travelling to Tunisia?

Roman ruins, Saharan landscapes, and Mediterranean beaches.

What's Not So Great about Travelling to Tunisia?

Political Instability, Limited English, Limited Tourism Infrastructure

Who should Travel to Tunisia?

History and Archaeology Enthusiasts. Cultural Travelers. Beach Lovers. Desert Adventurers.

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