Over the past number of weeks and months, Tunisia has been in the news due to political changes initiated by President Kais Saied, which have often led to demonstrations on the streets. In addition to these political changes, the global Covid pandemic has also caused many travellers to consider whether it is safe to travel in Tunisia.
In reality, the political situation in Tunisia has not been directed against foreigners nor the tourism industry. Tunisia has responded well to the Covid-19 situation and the country has been acknowledged with the Safe Travels Stamp by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC). Many health protocols and safety measures are put in place to ensure the country is ready and safe for holiday seekers to enjoy all that Tunisia has to offer.
Is It Safe to Travel in Tunisia With Mosaic North Africa?
All our Tunisia tours are operating as usual and all sites on our tour itineraries are open for tourism. Mosaic North Africa have two Canadian families representing the business and living peacefully in Tunisia. They live on the ground in Tunisia to assure all our clients are getting the very best service possible with their tour. With every Tunisia tour, our Tunisian travel partner submits all necessary travel documents to local authorities.
You will be accompanied by the driver and an English-speaking tour guide throughout the tour. During the tour itself, our tour guide will be notified should any incident occur, that would require a change to the tour itinerary. However, we always advise our clients to check the travel advisory of their passport country before traveling.
Chat With a Tunisia Travel Expert
We understand the political and Covid situation may change over time, so we always suggest our clients to check the Travel Advisory of their passport country before traveling. We also have a team of Tunisian Travel Experts working on the ground in Tunisia who can provide you with updated information related to your Tunisia tour. If you are interested in contacting a Tunisia Travel Expert, just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit an online form to us.