Tunisia Tour Guide: Business & Pleasure Last updated on
Monday 26th April 2010
There are no problems travelling to Tunisia for either recreational or business purposes. Tourists are actively encouraged, and the tourism industry is structured to meet all the needs of visiting foreigners.
Package holidays are probably the cheapest way to see the country's points of interest, but independent travellers will find Tunisia an easy country to move around in.
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The country has three distinct physical regions: Northern Tunisia, Central Tunisia, and Southern Tunisia.
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Tunisia is a Muslim country, so dress should be modest.
Swimsuits and beachwear are acceptable at the coastal resorts; visitors entering any mosque should be decently dressed.
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No vaccinations are necessary to enter Tunisia.
Tap water is safe to drink, but bottled water is cheap and readily available.
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