International Shipping from / to Tunisia
Tracking your shipping to Tunisia
It is best to track your shipment when sending something to Tunisia. You can do this by simply purchasing a tracking number for your shipment through your shipping company before it goes on its way. The tracking systems for the different shipping companies do vary a bit but basically they are bar codes attached to your parcel that will be scanned at each step of the delivery process. This reports back to you, or a database that you can check, so you know where your items are in their journey and when they finally make it to their destination.
Required documents when shipping to Tunisia
For most shipment you are going to need a Bill of Lading, a Certificate of Origin and the original Commercial Invoice to be included in your shipment when sending anything to Tunisia. Failure to have the appropriate documentation with your parcel will cause it to bo held up in the Customs department and possibly returned to the sender if it isn't straightened out in a timely manner. Some items that you ship to Tunisia, such as hunting and commercial arms, will required special permits and paperwork to accompany them otherwise it will not be admitted into the country. Your shipping company will be able to help you understand the paperwork process before you ship there and can help steer you in the right direction as to what you need to fill out and affix to your package.
Shipping limitations to Tunisia
There are about four dozen things that you currently prohibited from sending to Tunisia. This list includes items like aspirin, sulfa drugs, chalk, pencils, obsolete silver coins, playing cards and saccharine. Because this list changes sometimes, it is best to check with your shipping company or the Customs department in Tunisia before you send anything over there.
Tunisia has International Shipping to: Bizerte, Gabes, Ksar Said, La Skhirra, Menzel Bourguiba, Monastir, Sfax, Sousse, Tunis, Zarzis, El Borma, Gafsa, Kairouan, Remada, Siliana, Tabarka