Passports are required for international travel and for all air departures to or from the United States. Passports must be valid for six months after the completion of travel and contain enough blank pages for entry and exit endorsements and any required visas. Names on passports and the booking must match. The Department of State (DOS) has information on foreign visas and well as travel advisories issued for certain countries, which may be included in your itinerary. Please visit the DOS’s website here.
It's important to enroll your international visit withe the US Embassy. You’ll receive the latest safety and security information for your destination country, so you can make informed decisions about your travel. The information you provide enables the U.S. embassy to know where US citizens are or consulate to contact you in case of an emergency. It takes just a few moments and can be done here.
Learn more about the ETIAS waiver program for European travel by clicking here.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a travel alert regarding Covid-19, Yellow Fever, Zika Virus and additional Travel Health Notices for certain countries, which may be included in your itinerary. Please visit the CDC’s website here.
As travel advisors we receive safety updates when events take place across the globe. If you have questions about this, please feel free to contact us. Stay on top of your travel destination by checking for alerts & travel advisories here.
Headed overseas & want to know where you can find American Embassy there? Search world wide here.
Have questions on the Real ID Act? This program will start soon Learn more here.
Life changing events happen while abroad all the time. Sometimes they are happy surprises, and many are very unfortunate happenstances that are beyond our control. Get peace of mind here.
Learn what customs will & won't allow you to bring back from vacation. Learn more here.
Accessibility is key for all travelers. If you have specific concerns including transportation, service animals find out here.
Traveling with a pet? There are many government regulations. Find out more here.
Some enjoy the freedom of the open road. In some cities however, it's best to leave the driving to the professionals. Learn more about international driving here.
It's best to do some research or consult with your travel advisor about your destination. Laws, customs & ethics in some countries may affect safety & ease of travel. Learn more about LGBTI Travel considerations here.
The Cruise industry is changing much of it's health & safety protocol. Are you a first time cruiser & have questions? Citizenship documents, safety in ports overseas? Your travel advisor can help. Learn more about cruise guidelines & restrictions here.
Many look upon tourists as easy prey. Especially older travelers. Learn more about possible distractions, common scams and how to be less vulnerable. Prepare yourself by reading up on popular scams here.
What's available at your airport? Find out your parking options here!
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