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Climate and best seasons to visit Tunisia. Actual weather forecast

ribat Tunisia is dominated by a subtropical climate. The Mediterranean Sea is the main influence on the formation of weather conditions. Summer in the country is very hot and dry. Winter on the contrary, is relatively mild. In the northern part of the country, the subtropical climate is revealed as much as possible within a year. The southern part of the country is situated in a hot tropical zone. Due to the presence of mountains, the northern air masses carrying moisture fall in the form of precipitation in the northern regions of Tunisia. The coastal zone in the east of Tunisia is characterized by regular cool winds that help to occasionally offer a break from the exhausting heat. Winter in Tunisia is cool; the air temperature in January can drop to as low as 4°C. Throughout the winter, precipitation falls quite often and the strongest seasonal piercing winds blows at the end of February.
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With the onset of spring, the weather in the country gradually becomes warm. During the day, the air temperature reaches 15-17°C, and at the end of spring the temperature reaches 27°C. The weather becomes very clear and sunny, although at least 10 rainy days are recorded in April. At the end of May, there may be thunderstorms but immediately after the precipitation, the sun comes out again and the air is filled with heat. With the commencement of summer, the heat in Tunisia becomes stable. During the day, the temperature rarely drops below 30°C. At night, the air temperature can drop by about 12-14°C. There is practically no precipitation in June, and the water temperature is about 20°C. In July, the weather becomes even hotter. During the day, a temperature of 35°C is considered to be normal. The difference between the day and night temperature is not more than 6°C. Water in the sea warms up another 4-5°C and by the end of summer it can reach up to 27°C.
August is considered the hottest month in Tunisia. Sometimes the air can heat up to 50°C. Nevertheless, the air becomes cool and comfortable at night due to the movement of the Mediterranean air masses. Autumn offers a little coolness; the air temperature in September is about 25°C on the average. There are almost no rainy days, but in October there are at least 6 of them already. With the start of November, water in the sea drastically cools down to 17°C. Air temperature is practically almost the same throughout the country; and that is, within 18°C. Nonetheless, the temperature can rise to 26°C in the southern part of the country. Copyright www.orangesmile.com

Top periods for vacation in Tunisia

Tunisia is considered a very popular tourist country. First of all, visitors come here to have a wonderful beach holiday. A hot subtropical climate similar to that of the Mediterranean Sea will give everyone a golden tan, likewise presenting the opportunity to enjoy the warm sea. However, it is worth remembering that during the month of August in Tunisia, the temperature often reaches its peak. In recent years, the air within this period can warm up to 50 degrees. Therefore, it is best to go on beach vacation in June, July, and in September, when the country does not have such a debilitating heat. On the other hand, you can relax on the southern coast even at the end of October. The decline in flow of tourists after the beach season is observed from November to April. During this period, the air temperature drops significantly, although this does not prevent many tourists from partaking in sunbathing and enjoying the sea.
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In winter, many SPA hotels offer great discounts, so this fad is becoming popular, especially during New Year and Christmas. If the purpose of your vacation is to get acquainted with the cultural and historical heritage of the country, it is best to visit Tunisia in autumn. The weather during this time will no longer be too hot, and it will be possible to stroll through the desert or visit the ruins of Carthage in a comfortable environment. Often, tourists come for diving on the Mediterranean coast. The best time for this is from June, up to the end of September. In August, very spectacular marine festivals and carnivals are held throughout the country. The cruise season in Tunisia lasts from March to October. But then from April to November, fans of yachting come to the country.
Tunisia has a very rich underwater flora and fauna, which is why lovers of fishing often come here. In general, depending on the type of fish you aim to catch, you can go fishing or underwater hunting at any time of the year. However, in the winter time, this activity can be hampered by rain or strong winds. In order to catch sea sponges with the help of a harpoon, it is best to come to Tunisia from June to October. In Tunisia is where you will find the legendary centers of thalassotherapy. It is therefore not a coincidence that tourists quite often come here just for health care. The concept of “tourist season” in this direction of holiday is absent, that is to say, it is an all-year-round affair. So when panning for such a trip, it is worth noting that it is only the prices for particular resorts that is different from month to month. It is most profitable to come to Tunisia for health improvements during the off-season and in winter. If you want to get acquainted with the local population, it is worth visiting during their national holidays. For instance, the Carthage Festival which takes place in mid-June and the Bedouin Festival held at the end of winter.

Actual weather forecast for Hammamet, Tunisia

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Travel advices for top cities of Tunisia

Hammamet
3. Vacationers aren’t recommended to buy fruits on the beach, as well as take drinks with ice. Fruits bought in the market or in the store ought to be washed thoroughly. Use only purified bottled water, which is sold in all grocery stores, to drink. 4. You necessarily have to bargain at local markets and in private shops, as it will significantly reduce the price of the item. Bargaining is irrelevant in shopping malls and supermarkets. To make it easier to pay you need to stock up a … Read more
Sousse
3. Those, who expect to exchange remaining dinars to another currency after vacations, should definitely keep all receipts issued by banks and exchange offices. Reverse exchange is only possible when suitable currency is available. 4. Travelers who expect to make calls to other cities and countries are recommended to use special street phones. Typically, they are located close to all major hotels and public institutions, and take coins. 5. It is more convenient to travel around the city by … Read more
Monastir
3. Inside the city, it’s convenient to walk, as all major landmarks are situated close to one another. Those who don’t like walking can use taxi services which are affordable here. 4. Those who like spending time in an unusual way should definitely take a ride in a horse cart. They circulate around the city every day and can take you to the beaches located in the vicinity of the city. 5. The temperature in Monastir is comfortable in any season, so even in the dead of winter … Read more

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