Whenever you travel to a foreign country, it's wise to look up what you need to do to stay fit and healthy. It's important to have all the right vaccinations and you will need to update yourself on all the key information and emergency.

Simple preparations can ensure your trip to Tunisia is a great one. Checking up on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office's latest advice is always recommended. They will have a full rundown on where you should and shouldn't go to when visiting Tunisia to stay safe. Furthermore, you may want to take out comprehensive travel insurance to cover everything from medical emergencies to trip cancellations.

What injections do you need for Tunisia?

There are a few vaccine recommendations for travellers to Tunisia, on top of the assumption that all of your current vaccinations are up to date. You will want to contact your GP to see if you need a booster shot.

Assuming your vaccinations are all up to date, injections you will want to receive are:

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Typhoid
  • Cholera
  • Rabies

Can you drink tap water in Tunisia?

Its not advised to drink the tap water in Tunisia. Instead, rely on bottled water which you can purchase from shops. It's very cheap and available readily throughout the country, and it will help further reduce your risk of contracting a serious disease.

The best sports to do in Tunisia

Tunisia borders the Mediterranean sea, unlocking some incredible water sports adventures waiting for you to enjoy. Be sure to check your travel insurance to make sure you're fully covered before engaging in water sports.

Tunisia Travel Guide

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