Tunisia Tour Guide: Departure Tax Last updated on
Monday 26th April 2010
Tunisian nationals and alien residents must pay TD45 exit tax.
There is no departure tax for visitors.
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There is a US$15 departure tax for visitors leaving the country by boat, or economy class air ticket. First class airline passengers must pay US$30.
A tax of BD3 is payable at the airport upon departure.
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