Help Hazel Anna Rigazio
dress code for women visiting tunisia can anyone advise thankyou
There isnt a dress code for Tunisia just if you plan to visit a mosque. You might get stared at if you walk along a street in a bikini but thats like most countries. Just watch if any local says their friend has a great bar, restaurant, shop they want to take you to, say no, you will be over charged like a bull with rabies
I would say in most majority muslim countries it's respectful for women to wear at least knee length pants and cover the front chest area, long sleeves are not always needed. Generally it's also polite to wear a headscarf while visiting a mosque, sometimes it's mandatory. Beaches and resorts are usually exceptions and shorts/bikinis are generally accepted.
Linen pants and linen tops with a scarf over the top to dial down anything the local boys aren't used to seeing is the standard tourist uniform in Oman but as a general rule in Muslim countries the best idea (if you don't want to attract attention, that is) is to not wear anything too tight or too revealing. If you want to go for the local aesthetic, try an abeyya - a long, usually black gown worn over everything.
Hi there I visit Tunisia and find that most people including Woman dress covering their arms.
If you visit the Mosques then cover your head with a scarf other than that the people are fine if you go to Sousse or one the Cities they are used tot the Tourists and unless you are walking around baring all they ignore you anyway have a great time we always do!