Learn More: Health Declaration
TUNISIA IS OPEN- Tunisia re-opened for tourism in June 2020.
The Tunisia Health Declaration Form is a travel screening required for all international travelers who want to enter Tunisia. This form was designed as an action to prevent the spread of coronavirus among residents and non-resident travelers. This form doesn’t replace a visa.
WHO CAN ENTER TUNISIA WITH THIS DOCUMENT?
Any traveler who wishes to enter Tunisia is required to complete a health declaration form before departure. This form must be printed and signed. It will be requested and checked by the airline company and by the immigration authorities upon arrival in Tunisia.
All nationalities can apply.
GET THE TUNISIA HEALTH DECLARATION FORM
To obtain your Tunisia Health Declaration Form, you’ll have to give information about your flight and your health status.
All travelers aged 18 and older need a negative COVID-19 test result before departure to Tunisia. Fully vaccinated travelers are exempt from testing requirements.
Visit our application page to fill in the Tunisia Health Declaration Form.
DISPLAY THE FORM
After you send your application, we’ll forward the Tunisia Health Declaration Form to your email before your journey, so that you can print it and display it to the immigration officers once you arrive at the airport.
Review the FAQs below to view quarantine rules for Tunisia.
ABOUT COVID-19 SELF-TESTING
Don't waste vacation time searching for a COVID-19 test center. Even if you don't need to take a test to enter Tunisia, you will need a negative COVID-19 test result to enter the US. Simplify testing by ordering the eMed self-testing COVID-19 kit online. Pack the test in your suitcase and self-test no more than 3 days prior to your flight back to the US. Check the FAQs to learn more about our trusted testing partner.
Required Documents to Apply
US RESIDENTS ONLY: To return to the US you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test the day before your entry date. Don’t waste time looking for a test lab in Tunisia. Simplify travel with the purchase of an eMed test kit. Order yours now and pack it in your luggage. Then follow the Certified Guide’s online instructions to take the mandatory test 24 hours before your journey back to the US.
The passengers must print and sign the generated document, this will be requested and examined by the airline/marine company and will be collected by health monitoring upon arrival in Tunisia.
Unvaccinated travelers aged 18 and older must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed no more than 48 hours or a rapid antigen test performed no more than 24 hours prior to departure for Tunisia.
Passengers must download the Track and Trace contact tracing application and use it during their stay in the country.
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Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Tunisia?
No, you don´t. COVID vaccination certificates are not mandatory for travelers to enter Tunisia. However, if you are fully vaccinated, you are exempted from testing requirements.
You are considered vaccinated if all doses of a vaccine against SARS-Cov-2 have been administered for at least two weeks before traveling and at least 28 days before traveling for the Janssen vaccine.
Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Tunisia travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
Do I need to take a PCR COVID-19 Test before traveling to Tunisia?
- COVID test prior to arrival: PCR with QR code within 48 hours or a rapid antigen test less than 24 hours of departure to Tunisia.
- COVID test exemptions: Children under 18 and fully vaccinated travelers.
Get your Tunisia Health Declaration Form.
Why buy a COVID-19 self-testing kit? (US residents only)
The eMed self-test COVID-19 kit includes 6 rapid antigen tests that meet major US airline's entry requirements- perfect for travelers on round-trip journeys from the United States!
Order your test kit before your trip and it will be delivered to your home address for easy testing, anywhere, anytime. The Certified Guide will help you get results in 15 minutes on the NAVICA app. Get the eMed self-test COVID-19 kit for $150- that’s only $25 per test.
Do I have to quarantine when I arrive in Tunisia?
- Quarantine requirements: There are no quarantine requirements.
Is it mandatory to apply for the Tunisia Health Declaration Form if I’m traveling to Tunisia?
Yes, this health declaration form is mandatory for all travelers. It’ll be examined by the airline company and the immigration officers upon arrival.
Do children also have to complete the Tunisia Health Declaration Form?
How much does the Tunisia Health Declaration Form cost?
- Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD 20.00
- Rush Processing Time: 8 hours - USD 35.00
- Super Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD 60.00
When should I apply for the Tunisia Health Declaration Form?
You can apply for this form at any time. We’ll always start processing your form at the right time so that it is valid for your entire trip. However, we suggest you apply for the Tunisia Health Declaration Form no later than 72 hours before your trip.
Apply now and forget about having to see when you’re eligible to apply.
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What’s the Tunisia Health Declaration Form?
It is a travel document that everyone must have before entering Tunisia. This form helps immigration authorities to have better control of the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Please be conscious that the Health Declaration Form DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration authorities will ask for it once you arrive in the country. Some nationalities need a paper visa, so in that case, we recommend you visit your nearest Tunisian embassy.
Where can I read more about the Tunisia Health Declaration Form?
Learn more about Tunisia tourism
Tunisia is a country located in North Africa that borders the Mediterranean Sea and the Sahara desert. It’s very popular for its beaches, its ruins in Carthage, and its emblematic capital, Tunis. Additionally, in Tunisia, you can find a large number of historical whereabouts that can educate you a lot about the thousand-year-old African culture. Not to mention that Tunisia has an extensive coastline and a wide variety of museums to explore its history in greater depth. In short, Tunisia is the ideal country for travelers who love history and places with ancient ruins.
If you visit Tunis, the capital city, you’ll be able to enjoy the Bardo Museum, which has archaeological exhibits where you can appreciate Roman mosaics and many samples of Islamic art. In Tunis, you can also enjoy the medina neighborhood that encompasses the huge Al-Zaytuna Mosque and a lively souk. If you go to the eastside, in Carthage, you’ll be able to visit the Antonino Thermal Baths and other ruins, along with important utensils in the National Museum. Keep in mind that The National Bardo Museum is the most famous in the city, and as you can guess by its name, it’s located in the Bardo neighborhood, a place where the Hafsid sultans have lived since the 13th century.
We can say that the most striking thing about Tunisia will always be its ancient ruins. That’s why the National Bardo Museum is so important, as it has provided one of the best collections of Roman mosaics. You can also find Greek works and a ceramic collection from North Africa and Asia Minor in the Museum, as well as important collections of Christian art.
A place you cannot forget in Tunisia is El Djem Amphitheater. This place is an example of the Roman influence in the country and it has a great contrast with the modern town. It’s one of the best examples of antique amphitheater architecture in the world. With proper guidance, you can explore the corridors and walk under the arena, just like the gladiators did. Following historical places you cannot miss in Tunisia, it’s Dougga. This place was an ancient city in the Béja governorate in north-western Tunisia. Due to its historical interest, this place belongs to the World Heritage List. You’ll be able to find this place in the countryside, away from the urban bustle, unlike Carthage which, being closer to the city, has had to be rebuilt many times. Dougga has remarkable conservation of its areas, especially its buildings, which represent the great diversity it had with civilizations such as the Numidian, Roman, and Byzantine.
If you're looking for a relaxing beach getaway, then you cannot miss the island of Djerba. This island is the main touristic place for beach lovers because it has an old town district mixed with beautiful whitewashed houses. In Djerba, you can go shopping downtown, or just relax at any of its exotic restaurants.
Another place that cannot be forgotten when visiting Tunisia is Sidi Bou Said, a clifftop village of small dimensions that symbolizes quite well the beauty of Mediterranean architecture. The charming alleys, wrought-iron window frames, and picturesque doors make this a photogenic landscape. Sidi Bou Said is a town to while away a lazy afternoon, drink wine in a fine restaurant, or just enjoy the fresh breeze.
Another striking thing about Tunisia is that it has a considerable part of the famous Sahara desert. Moreover, from the center to the south of the country, its entire extension is desert, because it is part of the famous Sahara strip. That’s why you should explore this big part of the country, especially in the dunes of Grand Erg Oriental. These dunes are an amazing landscape of enormous waves, shaped by the ever-shifting desert sands. If you enjoy buggies and camel treks, then this will be a great place for you.
What you cannot forget about this place is that due to its desert terrain, the heat is usually suffocating. For that reason, we recommend you to travel in fresh clothes, but without forgetting a pair of sweaters or something that can warm you a bit because from time to time you can feel some drafts at night.
In case you walk a large part of the desert, do not forget to have enough water and be alert to the tour guides to avoid accidents on the way, as it is easy to get disoriented in the desert without the proper guide. Take into account that in Tunisia it is often necessary to have cash rather than credit or debit cards to make payments, especially if you go shopping in street bazaars. Always have cash on hand, as this will make any purchase easier.
As for the documents you may need to enter Tunisia, it will depend a lot on your nationality or the passport you have when traveling. The document that for now is mandatory for most travelers is the Tunisia Health Declaration Form, as this document allows a better record of passengers entering the country, especially in emergencies such as coronavirus.
The Tunisia Health Declaration Form can be obtained online by simply completing a form that is available on iVisa.com. This form only takes a few minutes of your day, and you can fill it out at home.
Keep in mind that it’s mandatory to have a negative COVID-19 PCR test while filling out the Tunisia Health Declaration Form. Also, this test must be taken at least 72 hours before your trip.
Another detail that you must take into account is that when you arrive in Tunisia you have to comply with a 14-day quarantine, which you must pay at your own expense as this is not covered by the government.
This is a necessary process for now, but we recommend you always visit our website if you have any questions about the Tunisia Health Declaration Form and any other document required to enter the country.
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