Tunisia Travel Vaccines and Advice

While traveling to Tunisia, please keep in mind some routine vaccines such as Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, etc.
While traveling to Tunisia, please keep in mind some routine vaccines such as Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, etc.
Make sure you know about Tunisia’s medical care and safety and security tips.
Camels walking in the desert


Tunisia is a favourite holiday resort for tourists in need of relaxation and a change of scenery. It is distinguished by its high mountains and long sandy beaches. It is also a popular destination for its deserts, markets as well as its history. Whether you are a history lover or not, you must see the famous archaeological site of Carthage. You can’t undertake this quest without the renowned camel trek. You’ll find yourself living an adventure at every moment. Before leaving Tunisia, do not forget to visit the restaurants to try its famous couscous with lamb, chicken or fish. Among other typical dishes, you may also want to try tajines, a stew-like meal. For dessert, you may always try the samsas or makrouds.

Recommended travel vaccinations for Tunisia

VaccineDisease Transmission
Traveler’s diarrheaContaminated water/food
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis BContaminated body fluids
(blood, sex, razors, needles, etc.)
RabiesInfected Animals
InfluenzaAirborne Droplets

Recommended Medication for Travelling to Tunisia

MedicationAdditional Information
Azithromycin or SupraxAntibiotic in case of traveler’s diarrhea


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Medical Care in Tunisia

Whilst the Tunisian health care system proves adequate for routine problems, it does not offer treatment for more serious illnesses. In the event that you experience a serious health issue, you will need to be evacuated by air to another country.

The pharmaceutical network in Tunisia is satisfactory, consisting of plenty of well-stocked pharmacies, some of which are open 24/7. You will have no trouble in sourcing drugs. Private clinics used by foreigners visiting Tunisia include La Soukra Clinic, El Farabi Polyclinic and El Amen Mutuelleville Clinic.

You can call for an ambulance service at any time by dialling 190.

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Is Tunisia Safe for Travel?

Safety and SecurityDescriptive
CrimeRisk present
Terrorism and kidnappingRisk present
FraudMarriage fraud
Road safetyDangerous driving, especially after dark
Demonstrations and civil unrestOccur mostly in central and southern Tunisia;
Caution required
Public transportationScarce taxis;
Overcrowded buses;
Rail service is safe
Chaambi Mountain National Park areaAVOID ALL TRAVEL
borders with Algeria and LibyaAVOID ALL TRAVEL
Tunisia’s Greater SouthAvoid non-essential travel
Women’s safetyRisk present
Risk levelHigh degree of caution

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Do I Need a Visa to Visit Tunisia?

Prior to travel, make sure you check with your transportation company about any passport requirements. This is important as in some cases their regulations on passport validity may be more strict than those of the destination country.

Only a passport is required to enter Tunisia for trips under 90 days. Your passport must be valid for at least three months beyond the date of departure.

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Embassy of Canada to Tunisia information

When travelling to another country, it is important to know where the Canadian embassy is located in the event of:

  • A legal problem
  • A lost passport
  • The need to report a crime

It is advisable to make a copy of your original passport in case you lose it.

Canadian Embassy to Tunisia
Street Address:
Lot 24, rue de la Feuille d’Érable,
Cité des Pins, Tunis, Tunisia

Tel.: +216 70 010 200
Fax: +216 70 010 393

Email: [email protected]

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