Eritrea visa requirements for Tunisians
Travel and visa requirements
Basic Travel Requirements for Tunisians visiting Eritrea
Travelers are required to fulfill the following requirements in order to apply for a Eritrean Visa.
Eritrea Visa for Tunisians
Facts about Eritrea
Types of Eritrea Visa
|Types of Visa||Processing Time||Duration of Stay|
|Tourist visa||10 business days||30 days|
|Business visa||10 business days||30 days|
General Requirements for Eritrea Visa
Eritrea Tourist Visa Eligibility & Requirements
Eritrea Business Visa Eligibility & Requirements
Eritrea Visa Fees
Eritrea Visa Application Centres & Embassies in Tunisia
Eritrea does not have an Embassy in Tunisia but applicants are advised to apply at the Embassy in Tunisia neighboring countries.
Frequently Asked Questions
How safe is Eritrea to travel to?
Eritrea is a safe country for travelers, certainly one of the safest in Africa, but you should take the usual precautions, and keep up with government travel advisories. When travelling throughout the country be aware of conditions on winding rural roads, and try to avoid driving at night.
What is the main religion in Eritrea?
There are two major religions in Eritrea, Christianity and Islam. However, the United States Department of State (USDoS) estimated that 50% of Eritrea population is Christian and around 48% is Muslim.
What is the official language of Eritrea?
The official languages of Eritrea are Arabic, English, and Tigrinya. Modern Standard Arabic is considered the main educational language of Eritrea and is taught in schools throughout the country. English was only introduced to the country during the 1940s but has since become the main business and work language. Tigrinya is an Afro-Asiatic language that is spoken mainly in Eritrea as well as Northern Ethiopia. This dialect originated in the area known as the Horn of Africa.