What is “Revolutionary Tourism”? Simply put, it is spending your summer vacation money in Egypt and Tunis as a toke of support of their revolutions. I admit, traveling to a developing country for a vacation is hardly the stuff that makes revolutions, but this summer, if you can, consider traveling to Tunisia or Egypt, or both. Both countries’ economies, for good or ill, are at the present, highly dependent on foreign tourism. Foreign tourists, however, have largely shunned both countries out of irrational fears involved with their respective transitions. Having just returned from two weeks in Tunisia and Egypt, I can say there is nothing to worry about! If you are usually reluctant to go to places like Egypt and Tunisia precisely because of their place in the global tourism economy, this is the ideal time for you to go and avoid throngs of annoying tourists. And, the people there will really appreciate your visit. So go, and enjoy yourself in these two great revolutionary countries, basking in the warm Mediterranean sun and the afterglow of their revolutions.