I was listed orginally as living in Tunisia but I am a tourist and I will be going to Tunisia in a week. As far as I know,it is OK now. You need to go online with your country's travel advisory board. In the US, it is the State Department which gives up to date information regarding countries with travel warnings or travel advisories. It seems as though,every day, there are changes in regard to the drama in Northern Africa. over 9 years ago
Kelly, travel in May... you still have a little time to assess the situation, but I'd be preparing yourself to make a last minute decision to cancel if it suddenly takes a turn for the worse.
The protest movement in Tunisia is NOT over, many Tunisians are still demanding that ministers (inlcuding the prime minister) and government members who were in the same political party as ousted President Ben Ali, should step down. Reforms have been promised, but not yet delivered. It remains tense.
WorldNomads has a wrap-up of the regional situation here:
The TV network Al Jazeera has a similar piece:
JoAnne.... very interested to hear your report when you've been. over 9 years ago