Tunisian Visa is not required for Ivorians
Stay Duration: 90 days
- Citizens of Ivory Coast can travel to Tunisia for a maximum period of 90 days, provided they possess a valid passport.
- The validity of the passport should be at least 6 months and it must carry blank pages for entry stamps.
- Intending visitors are to hold proof of funds, sufficient to cover their expenses while in Tunisia.
- Onward/return tickets and other documents necessary for visitor’s next destination must be readily available.
- There are no entry fees required on arrival.
- Solidarity tax is levied on passengers leaving the country via international flights.
- There are no restrictions on the import of foreign currencies. However, amounts exceeding TND 5000 or its equivalent in other currencies must be declared on arrival.
- The import of the local currency is prohibited.
- Pets are to accompanied by rabies vaccination certificate issued not more than 6 months prior to arrival in the country.
- There are currently no direct flights from Abidjan to Tunis, Tunisia, so visitors would have to confirm their transit visas.
- The estimated flight time from Ivory Coast to Tunisia is 4 hours 30 minutes.
- The constitution of Tunisia declares the country as an Islamic State with about 99% of its population being Muslims.
- Islam governs their personal, political, economic and legal lives in the country.
- Like most Muslim countries, homosexuality is illegal in Tunisia.
- Tunisia uses the Central European Standard Time (GMT+1). This places the country 1 hour ahead of Ivory Coast.
- In Tunisia, the adapters are of types C and E, while the country operates on a standard voltage supply and frequency of 230 V and 50 Hz respectively.
- There are three primary languages in Tunisia. However, Arabic is the official language.
- The Tunisian Dinar (TND) is the legal tender in the country.
- Tunisia is characterized by two climatic belts. The Mediterranean climate which influences the North and the Saharan which influences the South.
- Visitors are advised to respect the local customs and traditions of the country.
- Tunisia has a ton of exciting tourist sites. The country was Rome’s “belly” and it still has remnants of the cultural riches left behind by the Romans.
- Some top tourist sites include: El Djem Amphitheater, Djerba and Carthage.