It doesn’t matter how long you wait for the summer in the UK, you’ll always be disappointed with the result. Though this tiny kingdom isn’t without its fair share of warm weather, to say that you could plan for the weather would at best be wishful thinking and at worst is an outright lie.
It’s ok to visit a country and visit the most obvious (some like to smugly label them "touristy" as if it makes them superior) places to fill some days on your trip. You wouldn’t go to Pisa without visiting the leaning tower that has made this location so very famous.
Before you make your way towards the sunny shores and landscapes of Tunisia, you want to make sure that you're fully prepared to do so.
One of the most important things to make sure you've got ready is your travel money. You can buy Tunisian Dinars from most bureau de changes, but one of the best and most reliable ways of getting good exchange rates, and avoiding carrying around huge quantities of cash, is to take out a dedicated travel card.
If you're having trouble getting a card with good rates, you might want to check your credit report. If yours is poor because of unpaid debts, try taking out a debt management plan to clear them. You most likely wont have time to complete one before you go away, but even if you wait until after your holiday, it'll help you out in the long term.