At least 26 people were killed when their bus careened into a ravine in the northwest of Tunisia, officials said in a new toll.
The health ministry said late Sunday that 17 people were also injured in the accident in a mountainous region popular with Tunisian tourists.
The disaster was one of the most deadly accidents in a country whose poor road safety record has sparked criticism of officials.
All those aboard the bus were Tunisian, the ministry said.
The bus had set off from Tunis towards the picturesque northern mountain town of Ain Draham, a popular autumn destination for domestic visitors. Read more