Passport, visa and customs information
Travel to most other countries requires that you have a valid passport. Find out here how to obtain one.
Entrance into some countries requires a visa from that country’s embassy. Check here to determine if you’ll need visas for your travel.
Many of us love to shop when we are traveling abroad. The U.S. Bureau of Customs website will help you understand what you can and cannot bring back to the states.
Trip cancellation and medical insurance coverage
All confirmed passengers receive travel insurance information as a benefit of traveling with us. The insurance is optional but may be worth the investment, especially if you find you have to cancel the trip unexpectedly. Also, we suggest that you check with your medical insurance company to determine whether you are covered outside the U.S. Preexisting conditions can be covered through the insurance we offer, as long as you apply to the insurance company within 15 days of initial trip deposit or payment.
Our insurance partner is USI’s Travel Insurance Services of Walnut Creek, California specializing in travel insurance products. It is one of today’s leading travel insurance companies, renowned for its service and its tradition for fairness and stability. Its staff is dedicated to providing you with the very best service as well as to exceeding your expectations.
Is travel insurance worth the added expense and what should one look for in a policy? Read more.
More questions? Call Travel Insurance Services at 800-937-1387 or visit them online.