Tunisia visa requirements for Comorans

Travel and visa requirements

Tunisian Visa is not required for Comorans

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Citizens of Comoros visiting Tunisia are not required to obtain a visa for a stay duration of 90 days.
  • The passports of Comoros citizens must have a 6 months validity after the date of arrival.
  • Passport of citizens must have at least one blank page available for entry stamps.
  • There are no certificate of vaccinations needed to visit Tunisia.
  • Visitors leaving the country are required to pay a departure tax of TND 45.
  • To import pet animals, it is necessary to acquire an official health certificate six weeks before transportation. 
  • Import of cats and dogs requires an additional certificate of vaccination against rabies issued not more than six months and not less than a month before arrival.
  • There are no restrictions on importing foreign currencies but the export of foreign currencies is allowed up to the equivalent of TND 4000 per year and the possession of local currency (Tunisian Dinar (TND) at entry and exit is prohibited.
  • Tunisia's climate is the Mediterranean in the north, with mild rainy winters and hot, dry summers. The south of the country is desert.
  • Tunisia is bordered by Algeria to the west and southwest, Libya to the southeast, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east.
  • Geographically, Tunisia contains the eastern end of the Atlas Mountains and the northern reaches of the Sahara desert the largest hot desert in the world.
  • Among Tunisia's tourist attractions are its cosmopolitan capital city of Tunis, the ancient ruins of Carthage, the Muslim and Jewish quarters of Jerba, and coastal resorts outside of Monast. Some of the Mediterranean’s most spectacular beaches are to be found in Tunisia.
  • Tunisia has 8 UNESCO world heritage sites one of which is the Ichkeul National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the north of Tunisia
  • The Bardo National Museum is a museum located in the capital, Tunis and it is one of the most important museums of the Mediterranean basin and the second-largest on the African continent after the Egyptian Museum.
  • Transportation within Tunisia is characterised by roadways, railways and air vehicles.
  • Arabic is the official language and Tunisian Arabic known as Tounsi is the national, vernacular variety of Arabic and is used by the public. French also plays a major role in Tunisian society, despite having no official status.
  • Shop signs, menus and road signs in Tunisia are generally written in both Arabic and French.
  • The majority of Tunisia's population (around 98%) are Muslims while about 2% follow Christianity and Judaism or other religions.
  • it is illegal to proselytize or engage in other activities that the Tunisian authorities could view as encouraging conversion to another faith.
  • The estimated flight time from Moroni, Comoros to Tunisia is 8 hours, 14 minutes.
  • Tunisia uses the Central European Standard Time zone in Tunisia (GMT+1) hence, Comoros is 2 hours ahead of Tunisia.
  • In Tunisia, the power plugs and sockets are of type C and E. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to travel to Tunisia?

Travel to parts of southern and western Tunisia, especially where the country borders Libya is not advisable. Exercise caution when using public transportation due to safety and security concerns.

What is Tunisia known for?

Tunisia is known for its golden beaches, sunny weather and affordable luxuries.

Is it safe to drink water in Tunisia?

Tunisia has achieved the highest access rates to water supply and sanitation services in the Middle East and North Africa. As of 2011, access to safe drinking water became close to universal approaching 100% in urban areas and 90% in rural areas. Tunisia provides good quality drinking water throughout the year.

What is the most popular sport in Tunisia?

Football is the most popular sport in Tunisia. The Tunisia national football team also known as "The Eagles of Carthage," won the 2004 African Cup of Nations (ACN) which was held in Tunisia.