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Our Covid-19 Response

Last Update: February 15, 2022

In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation across the globe, we are closely monitoring the safety precautions and travel restrictions in Tunisia. We hope to provide you with useful information and updated advisories as you consider visiting North Africa.


Your Health and Safety is Our Priority

It is unpredictable at this moment how the virus will spread and any other impact it may have on our customers’ travel plans. Mosaic North Africa, along with other travel agencies have been impacted by the Coronavirus situation. Our highest priority is to help ensure the health and safety of our customers, staff, tour guides, and drivers. Here’s what you can expect from us:

  • Constant on-the-ground monitoring of the Coronavirus situation in North Africa, as well as other countries where our customers originate.
  • Continual assessment of all our North Africa tours and the regions they operate in. We will maintain communication with our travel partners and service providers for up-to-date information.
  • Compliance with applicable government regulations and guidelines from the World Health Organization (WHO) related to the containment of Coronavirus.



February 15, 2022:

Vaccinated travellers over the age of 18 arriving in Tunisia after February 15 will be required to show proof of a complete vaccination schedule, but will be exempt from presenting a negative PCR test at the airport.

Unvаccinаted trаvellers arriving in Tunisiа must present either а negаtive PCR test completed no lаter thаn 48 hours before аrrivаl or present a negative rapid test completed within within 24 hours before arrival.


February 10, 2022:

The curfew from 10pm to 5am has been lifted.

December 1, 2021:

In response to the new variant of Covid-19, the Tunisian Ministry of Health declared the following measures effective as of

  • Obligation to submit a certificate proving full vaccination or a vaccination pass for all foreigners over the age of 18 and who are non-residents in Tunisia
  • Obligation to present a certificate proving a negative PCR test for all individuals coming from abroad over the age of 2, provided that the test period does not surpass 48 hours.
  • All individuals coming from abroad or foreigners living in Tunisia who has not been vaccinated must comply with an obligatory 10-day quarantine at their own expense in one of the centers listed on the following site They must show proof of their reservations and payment of all the expenses upon arrival. A PCR test is required during the last 24 hours in the place of quarantine. In the event that the test result is positive, the person concerned will be transported to an isolation center and cover the costs of his accommodation.

A two-week curfew from 10pm to 5am will be effective from January 13, 2022.

The Tunisian government has implemented many strict health protocols as outlined in the Tunisian Tourism Health Protocol to welcome vacationers this summer and to keep them safe during their visit. All hotels, museums, and archaeological sites that are open for tourism will follow strict health protocols and social distancing. Tunisia is ranked among the top countries that best managed the COVID-19 pandemic on a global scale.

If you are planning a visit to Tunisia, we recommend for you to check the Travel Advisory from your passport country.