How Tunisia went from Pandemic Success to Regional Curfews…

Article Highlights: Tunisia chooses regional curfews instead of a country wide shutdown. Tunisia’s Prime Minister on Monday ordered a curfew starting from Tuesday in all regions of the country. Coronavirus cases are surging in Tunisia, which had managed to contain the virus earlier in the year. Tunisia Pandemic Success Wednesday, October 21, 2020 On Monday,Continue reading “How Tunisia went from Pandemic Success to Regional Curfews…”

Tunisian town included in “10 most dangerous tourist attractions” in Africa!??

Small town in friendly Tunisia made the “10 Most Dangerous Tourist Attractions” in Africa list?? Let’s talk SECURITY!  @DavidSecurity here once again keeping you up to date on the latest Travel Security Updates on everything from travel warnings to personal security awareness.  I recently came across an article with the catchy headline Top 10 mostContinue reading “Tunisian town included in “10 most dangerous tourist attractions” in Africa!??”

List of Countries Americans can STILL travel to this summer…

Key Points: Only a handful of countries are still welcoming US Citizens. All of the countries OPEN to US Citizens have certain restrictions. One country that CNN mistakenly put on it’s “Open to US Citizens” list. Travel prediction: When this 1 thing happens countries will welcome US Citizens with open arms. It’s hard to believeContinue reading “List of Countries Americans can STILL travel to this summer…”

Traveling to Tunisia from the UK in 2020

Posted on July 8, 2020 Edited & Updated on July 9, 2020 Important UPDATE: During the evening of July 8, 2020 the Tunisian authorities changed the UK status from Orange to Green. Since Tunisia officially reopened its borders on June 27, 2020 I’ve received so many questions from my followers at the Tunisia Security Update.Continue reading “Traveling to Tunisia from the UK in 2020”

VIDEO UPDATE: Tunisia travel…Pre-Flight COVID-19 tests

Tunisia Security Update Your #1 Source for Travel & Security News IMPACTING Tunisia. VIDEO UPDATE Travel UPDATE: Ahead of boarding their Emirates flight from Dubai to Tunisia on April 15th, masked passengers were given blood tests for Covid-19, with results delivered within 10 minutes. Emirates, which claims to be the first airline to perform these tests. KeyContinue reading “VIDEO UPDATE: Tunisia travel…Pre-Flight COVID-19 tests”

Tunisia Crime & Safety 2014

Greetings Expats,  The Overseas Security Advisory Council (O.S.A.C.) was “created in 1985 under the Federal Advisory Committee Act to promote security cooperation between American private sector interests worldwide and the U.S. Department of State.” Each year OSAC publishes a Crime & Safety Report covering a variety of security & safety topics.  I find the reportContinue reading “Tunisia Crime & Safety 2014”

TS Update-(Sejnane Advisory)

Before I share some analysis concerning the alarming incidents that took place in Sejnane (Bizerte, Tunisia), I would like to thank all the motivating Tunisia Security Updaters out there who keep sending me solid & relevant information. It’s one thing to read a story online, but to actually receive eye-witness accounts is so much moreContinue reading “TS Update-(Sejnane Advisory)”

TS Update-(Djerba Advisory)

It’s interesting to see that Israel’s National Security Council (NSC) has “increased its travel warning to Tunisia following reports of possible attacks on Israeli or Jewish targets in the country.”  According to their Anti-terrorism Bureau their major concern is on the island of Djerba and the upcoming pilgrimage that will be taking place there thisContinue reading “TS Update-(Djerba Advisory)”

Eid Al-Adha Travel-Security

Wishing everyone a pleasant and relaxing Eid weekend.  Here are a few points you may wish to consider before you hit the road:   General The Tunisian Interior Ministry has called on road users to show extra vigilance while driving.  The ministry also warns people against the “traffic congestion over the next week or so,Continue reading “Eid Al-Adha Travel-Security”