Tunisian National Board News

Tunisia welcomes record number of British travellers

Tunisia welcomes record number of British travellers

Tunisia enjoyed a bumper summer season, welcoming 287,541 Brits between January-August 2013, a boost of 29.4 per cent on the same period last year and up 22.5 per cent on 2010’s record breaking tourism figures. Last month, 55,329 Brits spent their summer holiday in Tunisia, an increase of 26.5 per cent on 2012’s figures and topping the record-breaking 2010 visitor figures by 22 per cent.

Tunisian tourism bounces back after Jasmine Revolution

Tunisian tourism bounces back after Jasmine Revolution

21st Dec 2012 Tourism News

Tunisia has seen a remarkable increase in UK visitor numbers as holidaymakers return following the Jasmine Revolution in 2011. According to the latest figures from the Tunisian National Tourist Office some 318,138 Brits have headed to Tunisia so far this year, a 45.7 per cent increase on 2011.

Tunisian tourism returning to pre-revolution levels

Tunisian tourism returning to pre-revolution levels

18th Jun 2012 Tourism News

Visitors are returning to Tunisia following the country’s well-documented Jasmine Revolution. Visitor figures released by the Tunisian National Tourist Office reveal a steady increase in visitors to the popular North African destination over the past 12 months.

Stuck in the Sand: Tunisian tourism seeks way forward

Stuck in the Sand: Tunisian tourism seeks way forward

2nd Aug 2011 Focus

When Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali fled Tunisia in January his departure was greeted with scenes of jubilation across the country. Power, it appeared, was flowing back into the hands of the people. Now, six months later, these first assumptions, while still valid, have been tempered with a hint of cold reality. Breaking Travel News here assesses the situation on the ground as Tunisia seeks out its future.