Tunisia had a higher literacy rate at about 82% compared to Morocco's 68.5%. However, Morocco has a lower unemployment rate at 10% compared to Tunisia's 15.9%. In terms of economic comparison, the GDP per capita of Tunisia is $11,800 while Morocco has a lower GDP per capita of $8,600.
Winner – Morocco. Although Tunisia offers a lot of different cities compared to Morocco, Morocco wins this round by a tiny bit. It just offers a little more in the way of exhilarating adventures, beaches, and overall is a little less populated with tourists.
1. Re: Is Tunisia as cheap as Morocco? tunisia is relatively more expensive than morocco but not a lot, you can find accomodation for arround 25 dinars a night = 20 dollars, and with 10 dinars per day you can eat and drink .
Comparison In 2020, Algeria ranked 112 in the Economic Complexity Index (ECI -1.19), and 71 in total exports ($18.8B). That same year, Morocco ranked 81 in the Economic Complexity Index (ECI -0.5), and 60 in total exports ($32.2B).
Indeed, they belong to the same Maghreb region, share the same religion (Sunni Islam and Maleki rite) and identity, and speak a similar dialect. They also share a 1,550km common border. In fact, Algerian and Moroccan people are so close that it is difficult to distinguish them.
If you are visiting religious sites or more remote areas of Tunisia, you should dress more modestly. Possession, use and trafficking of controlled drugs are all serious criminal offences. The possession of even a small amount of 'soft' drugs could result in a prison term.
While Morocco's historical sights and architecture are truly unique and stunning, Turkey is arguably home to the world's most awe-inspiring historical sights and architecture, meaning it takes this round.
On closer observation, Morocco and Tunisia are fundamentally different. On the surface level, the government structure is vastly different. Morocco operates under a parliamentary constitutional monarchy, while Tunisia has shed its dictatorship and recently transitioned to a democratic government model.
Libya has a GDP per capita of $9,600 as of 2017, while in Morocco, the GDP per capita is $8,600 as of 2017. Libya has a top tax rate of 10.0% as of 2016. In Morocco, the top tax rate is 38.0% as of 2016.
With a GDP just over $510 billion, Nigeria holds the position of the richest country in Africa. The sizeable GDP is mainly driven by finance, transport, infrastructure, tourism, and an abundance of crude oil.
If you are travelling alone to Tunisia, 55 USD a day should be enough. If you choose a hotel for your stay in Tunisia, the price will rise to 47 USD. A couple will have to pay around 85 USD for one day in Tunisia. A family with two children should have 140 USD for one day stay in Tunisia.
"In Tunisia, kissing your girlfriend can cost you four and a half months in prison… and the beating will cost you absolutely nothing,” wrote one Tunisian on Facebook. "An umpteenth couple thrown into prison for exchanging a kiss in public! Young couples are constantly hunted for love offences ...
Renowned for its multiculturalism, Tunisia is a country open to the world. Living and working in Tunisia offers a friendly and hospitable environment and living conditions of the most enjoyable. Thus numerous amenities are available in the main cities of the country.
We are not Married either but have been twice to Tunisia and have had NO problem. Thanks that's good to know. That is for Tunisian nationals - as a tourist (assuming neither of you are Tunisian) it wont be an issue.
Morocco has maintained a historically strategic alliance with the US and the Gulf monarchies, dominantly Saudi Arabia, especially after the Arab Spring. Saudi Arabia has strong relations with Morocco in the field of economy and military.
Summary. Tensions between Morocco and Algeria have risen lately, and there is now a heightened risk of armed conflict arising. The escalation is rooted in the dispute over the status of Western Sahara, where Morocco appears to feel that its claim to sovereignty is gaining international support.