Travel Documents & Essentials
Most international travel requires a valid passport for U.S. Citizens. Please verify the expiration date and physical condition of your passport.
Next, check the specific passport requirements with the consulate of the countries you plan to visit during your trip (if you need help finding these requirements, don’t hesitate to contact us).
It’s important to note that some countries require blank passport pages with no prior stamps or documentation. Some countries also require passports to be valid for a specified amount of time beyond your departure date (up to six months).
If you find you will require a new passport, please note that passport processing can take up to three months from the date you apply, so it’s important to look into this as soon as possible.
Depending on the location of your expedition, travel visas may be required for U.S. citizens and are not included in the land cost of your expedition. Upon booking, please check the specific visa requirements with the consulate of the countries you will visit during your stay, as visas can take up to 30-days or more to arrive. Some visas may be purchased upon arrival at the destination airport.
Travel Warnings & Alerts
Our destinations are located around the world in a variety of political and environmental climates. Once you book, we will keep you up to date on the latest events and travel warnings. Advising and adopting changes of itinerary is considered, according to your decision.
Airlines and tickets
Finding the flights that suit you most is a pursuit. We can advise or recommend you, but the booking should be done by yourself or by your local travel agent.
Please advise with your insurance company about the trip you’re about to go on. Make sure the cover all of the places and activities stated in your program. We do not provide third party travel insurance or group insurance.