Tunisia is a Muslim country and it pays to respect the local tradition, customs and religion. During the holy month of Ramadan or when near religious areas, you should take a little extra care not to offend. The southe
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Tunisia Travel warnings
Tunisia isn’t one of the worst in the region for harassment of foreign women, but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have serious problems with it. Partly due to the fact that Tunisian men don’t associate all tha
Violent crime in Tunisia is somewhat of a rarity and foreigners are not targeted.Petty theft, pick pocketing, and bag snatching are more common than violent assault or muggings. But watch out for the drive-by bag snatc
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Middle East protests: Major rally in Tunisia capitalover 5 years ago
Egypt effect (actually Tunisia effect) spreads to Algeria and Yemen. http://bit.ly/eDLkn7 #worldnomadsover 5 years ago
The trouble with Tunisia – Surviving civil unrest http://nblo.gs/d8aWYover 5 years ago
Why you should go to Tunisia (but not now) http://huff.to/fBAGS3 Huffpost -over 5 years ago
Flooding in central Tunisia - http://ow.ly/r9s1over 6 years ago
Recommended vaccinations for Tunisia
Diphtheria is a serious throat infection, which infects from person-to-person through the air. The vaccination should be less than 10 years old otherwise a booster is needed.
Hepatitis A (infectious hepatitis)
Infectious hepatitis infects through contaminated food and water. Vaccination consists of two injections about 12 months apart, which protects for up to 25 years. The first vaccination protects for 12 months. The hepatitis A vaccine can be combined with the vaccine against hepatitis B .
Tetanus is a complication to wounds contaminated by soil. If there has been a vaccination within the past 10 years it is not necessary to give a booster in case of wounds and accidents. Tetanus vaccinations are usually given in combination with diphtheria vaccine. If you are previously vaccinated, the vaccine can be given right up to departure.
Yellow fever - transit
Certain countries without yellow fever require a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate if you arrives (even in transit) from a country where yellow fever is present. If you arrive from a country without yellow fever , there is no requirement for a yellow fever vaccination.
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