Tunisia says it is ready to resume tourism safely once the country’s borders reopen later this month.
The country on 4 June embarked on the third phase of its efforts to lift its coronavirus lockdown.
Inter-city and regional travel has resumed, while air, sea and land borders will reopen on 27 June.
New tourism sector-specific protocols have been developed to allow hotels to reopen, with hotel and travel agency staff in Tunisia are being trained to adopt the new rules.
Now, the country’s national tourist office (TNTO) has issued a new video detailing its plans to restore its tourism economy.