Tunisia’s VISA can be obtained relatively easy. If ever you are wondering if you need a VISA for entering Tunisia for tourism, this will depend on the passport you hold and the length of your planned stay.
Free VISA-Exempt Stay for Tunisia
If you hold a passport issued by one of the eligible countries and your passport is valid for at least six months, you are eligible for a free visa-exempt stay in Tunisia.
Allowed lengths of stay may vary by country and the type of entry (by air or overland), so check the list of the VISA-free countries to see exactly what you are eligible for.
American Countries Eligible for Tunisia Free Visa-Exempt Stay
- United States
- Antigua and Barbuda
- Costa Rica
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Saint Lucia
Asian Countries Eligible for Tunisia Free Visa-Exempt Stay
- Hong Kong
- South Korea
- Saudi Arabia
- United Arab Emirates
European Countries Eligible for Tunisia Free Visa-Exempt Stay
- All European Union citizens + Russia and the UK (except Cyprus) are eligible for Tunisia free VISIA-exempt stay for up to 90 days.
African Country Eligible for Tunisia Free Visa-Exempt Stay
- Burkina Faso
- Cape Verde
- Ivory Coast
- Equatorial Guinea
- Guinea Bissau
- South Africa
Oceania Countries Eligible for Tunisia Free Visa-Exempt Stay
- New Zealand
Citizens of the following eight countries are eligible to enter Tunisia without a tourism VISA if travelling on an organized tour and having a hotel reservation:
VISA Required to Enter to Tunisia
If your country does not figure in the above list, this means you would need a tourism VISA to visit Tunisia.
There is no Tunisian eVisa program but the government is working on implementing one. Until this becomes available, visitors who need a Tourist Visa for Tunisia will have to apply via a Tunisian embassy or consulate and complete the VISA application process.
It is necessary to have a passport that will be valid for at least 6 months.
Required Documents at the Airport
All foreign citizens must fill and submit the Tunisian Immigration Card at the time of their arrival in Tunisia.
The Tunisian Arrival Card is distributed upon your arrival to the country, either before landing or at the airport.
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