Is December a good time to visit Tunisia?

You should know by now that Tunisia is best explored in the fall (September to November) or in the early spring (March to June).

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How hot is Tunisia at Christmas?

Average daily temperaturesIt can be quite cool at this time of year, so visitors are recommended to take warmer clothes especially for venturing out after dark. The average daily maximum is 17 C and the average daily minimum is 8 C.

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What are the best months to go to Tunisia?

The best time to go to Tunisia is outside of summer in the spring (April/May) or autumn (Oct/early Nov). For sun worshippers, July and August are absolutely sweltering. September also sees the sun but beaches are less crowded.

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What is the coldest month in Tunisia?

August is the hottest month in Tunis with an average temperature of 27°C (81°F) and the coldest is January at 12°C (53°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 11.5 in July. The wettest month is December with an average of 66.8mm of rain.

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Can you swim in Tunisia in December?

The average rainfall during December in Tunisia's just 30mm. The Mediterranean may be too mild for swimming at 18°C, but the humidity's a comfortable 57%.

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Is Tunisia or Egypt hotter?

Egypt is about 8-10oC hotter than Tunisian in our experiance and as 'hiker' said its dry heat, hot winds.

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Is Tunisia worth visiting in winter?

Winter in Tunisia is also the perfect opportunity to browse the medinas (the ones in Tunis, Kairouan and Sousse are UNESCO world heritage sites), visit museums such as the Bardo in Tunis, which boasts the largest collection of mosaics in the world, or set off on an excursion to one of the country's fantastic …

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How warm is it in Tunisia in December?

Is Tunisia safe to visit?

The UK Foreign Office currently advises against travelling to several regions in Tunisia, all of which are around its borders. It advises against all travel to: the Chaambi Mountains National Park and the designated military operations zones of Mount Salloum, Mount Sammamma and Mount Mghila.

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Can you drink the water in Tunisia?

Tunisia provides a good drinking water quality throughout the year. The quality of the water supplied by SONEDE and GBRE/ACI in rural areas varies according to local conditions. Drinking water quality is monitored from production to distribution from bacteriological and physico-chemical quality.

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Is Tunisia humid or dry?

The northern mountainous region has a Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers. The south has a hot, dry, and semiarid climate as it enters the Sahara Desert, while the eastern coastal border has an arid steppe climate.

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Is it safe to go to Tunisia?

In addition to terrorism, the threat of kidnapping is real, particularly near the borders and in more remote parts of the country. There are also incidents of mugging, pickpocketing, bag-snatching and other petty theft.

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Where is hotter Morocco or Tunisia?

Tunisia

Morocco Tunisia
Distance to equator 2,800 – 4,000 km 3,600 – 4,100 km
Annual values Morocco Tunisia
Ø Daytime maximum temperature 24.10 °C 25.90 °C
Ø Daily low temperature 13.40 °C 14.60 °C
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Is Tunisia safe for Americans?

US State Dept Travel AdvisoryThe US Department of State currently recommends US citizens exercise increased caution in Tunisia due to terrorism.

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How safe is Tunisia for tourists?

The UK Foreign Office currently advises against travelling to several regions in Tunisia, all of which are around its borders. It advises against all travel to: the Chaambi Mountains National Park and the designated military operations zones of Mount Salloum, Mount Sammamma and Mount Mghila.

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Which country is safer Tunisia or Morocco?

One huge reason for choosing Morocco is that Tunisia has been declared unsafe by the FCO. If swimming in the sea is important to you, however, Morocco has quite rough ocean along its coast, especially Agadir.

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