Learn More: Health Declaration
Last Updated - November 2022
The Tunisia Health Declaration is a mandatory document created by the local authorities as part of the entry rules to enter the country since it was reopened after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The form is part of a traveling screening, required for all international travelers and it was designed as an action to prevent the spread of coronavirus among residents and non-resident travelers.
This page explains why this document is necessary and how you can apply for the Tunisia Health Declaration Form online with iVisa.com. You’ll find more information such as Tunisia’s requirements for vaccines, tests, restrictions, and quarantine.
However, it’s important to know that the document doesn’t replace a visa. In this case, you must check using our Visa Checker on the homepage, to see if you need one to enter Tunisia.
Tunisia Health Declaration Form: What is it and how can I get one?
The Health Declaration Form is a required document in Tunisia to inform the Tunisian authorities of the traveler's health conditions. You’ll need to fill in the form with information about your flight and your health status. This data will help the authorities to prevent and track possible COVID-19 cases.
Who needs this document to enter Tunisia?
Everyone. Any traveler that wants to enter the country needs to complete the Tunisia Health Declaration before departure. It’s a mandatory document and all nationalities can apply.
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.
How to apply for the Tunisia Health Declaration Form.
You can easily get the Tunisia Health Declaration Form online! Visit the iVisa application page to fill in the form. It’s just a few easy steps to give all the information necessary about your flight and your health status, it’ll take less than 10 minutes.
What are the requirements to get the Health Declaration online?
The process is very easy. You must have the following information ready:
- A valid passport with 6-month validity.
- An email address to expect our electronic communications.
- A payment method, select between a credit card or a debit card.
- Evidence of a hotel reservation is required to enter the country, however, this policy is not applied uniformly. In the majority of cases, if asked, an explanation of alternative accommodation arrangements will be accepted. Keep in mind that a small number of visitors have been refused entry to Tunisia, or delayed, for not being able to provide sufficient evidence of a paid hotel reservation.
Follow these steps to apply:
- Go to the application page.
- Answer the questions accurately.
- Our experts will review your details and request more information if necessary.
- Receive an email with the Health Declaration.
- Print and show the health document and follow all the rules related to COVID-19.
Fees and processing times:
iVisa.com offers 3 options, depending on how fast you need your document.
- Standard Processing: USD $25.49 - 24 hours.
- Rush Processing: USD $45.99 - 8 hours.
- Super Rush Processing: USD $77.99 - 4 hours.
How do I display the form?
After you send your application, we’ll forward the Health Declaration Form to your email before your journey. Then, you can print it and display it to the immigration officers once you arrive at the airport.
We advise you to save the form in an easy-to-access place on your phone so you can show it at the airline check-in desk or in case immigration authorities ask you for it.
Don't forget that you may be asked to show evidence of hotel payment confirmation when you enter Tunisia as part of the entry requirements and travel documents needed for visiting Tunisia.
What’s the validity of the Health Declaration Form?
The Health Declaration has a validity of 30 days after arrival. Visitors can have a maximum stay of 90 days Per Entry in Tunisia, and they are allowed a Single Entry. The HDF is a single entry document and can only be used on entry to the country.
COVID 19 - Requirements and restrictions in Tunisia
Tunisia reopened for tourism in June 2020. Currently, all COVID restrictions have been lifted.
Do I need a COVID 19 vaccine to travel to Tunisia?
No, you don’t. COVID vaccination certificates aren’t mandatory for travelers to enter Tunisia.
Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Tunisia travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
Is a COVID test needed to enter Tunisia?
There are no testing requirements to enter Tunisia.
Do I have to quarantine when I arrive in Tunisia?
No, Tunisia doesn’t have any quarantine requirements.
Where can I learn more?
If you have any questions about traveling to Tunisia, the iVisa.com team is available to help you out. You can contact our customer support team at any time or via email at [email protected].
Required Documents to Apply
All 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.
Passengers must download the Track and Trace contact tracing application and use it during their stay in the country.
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