Tunisia hits the spotlight as it makes the list of the seven countries to visit in July.
The list was published by American business magazine Forbes, saying the seven countries that have the potential to become top travel destinations post-coronavirus pandemic.
Ethiopia was also named in the list of destinations with the potential to become top tourist destinations post-Covid-19, wrote Forbes magazine.
The five other countries that complete the list include Iran, Myanmar, Georgia, the Philippines and Slovenia.
Tunisia is opening its borders by the end of June joining many nations in the world who cannot wait to recoup losses suffered when they lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Tunisia’s pristine beaches, alluring ancient ruins and Maghrebi cuisine put Tunisia among the top destinations for tourists as the world breathes air of relief post-coved-19.
Many nations have been able to contain the pandemic or live with it curbing its spread at the same time.
Tourism is the second largest sector in Tunisia and the Tunisian Ministry of Tourism issued directives last week for the pertinent health protocols to be followed by hotels and tourist sites as the country hosts the world with hospitality.
Tourism in Tunisia increased by 17.4 percent in 2019 compared with the same period in 2018.
Intercity travel has begun and expect while land, sea and air borders will open from June 27.
There have only been 49 deaths and 1,100 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Tunisia.