Irene, have a look at a previous answer to a similar question here:
And let me add that just a couple of days ago the head of the most popular post-revolution political party (and therefore likely to be a leader) says he wants to preserve tourism in Tunisia. You can read more of what he said here:
I assume you intend going to the tourism hub of Hammamet, which I understand continues its daily business as usual. Don't eben think about going near the Libyan border - far too many refugees and too much instability there.
Phil about 7 years ago