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US Department Of State
Quick Facts, Alerts, and Warnings
Centers for Disease Control
CDC Travelers’ Health Branch provides health advice to international travelers, including advice about medications and vaccines. On this page, you’ll find some of our most frequently asked questions and responses.
US Customs and Border Protection
Mobile Passport Control (MPC) allows eligible travelers to submit their passport and customs declaration information through a free, secure app on their smartphone or other mobile device.
Us Department of Transportation
Aviation Consumer Protection
The U.S. Department of Transportation created this dashboard to ensure the traveling public has easy access to information.
Should I get foreign currency?
Whether you’re a seasoned international traveler or a total newbie, one question tends to arise while preparing for holiday: Is it best to pay in local currency or US dollars?
Travel insurance is a type of policy that reimburses you for money you lose from non-refundable deposits and payments when something goes wrong on your trip.
Check with your local mobile phone carrier about rates/plans and your specific phone being compatible with your destinations. Take appropriate steps to protect your devices when using public wifi. Smartphone devices better suited for todays travel communications including text and email capabilities and apps for your airlines, hotels, cruise lines.
Travel and Leisure
The Points Guy
Information about sights, accommodation, restaurants, transportation, and activities.
Advance Online Cruise Registration
Check-in online for your cruise now, following the link for your cruise line below. Some cruise lines ask you to create an online account to access your reservation. We recommend that you gather the following information before you start, to make the process easier:
1. The reservation/confirmation number issued by your cruise line, ship name and sail date.
2. Passports for all travelers (check once more that the names on your reservations exactly match those in your passports, and that your passports are valid for at least six months after your return from this trip).
3. Dates of birth and contact information for all travelers.
4. Arrival and departure (flight) information.
5. Contact information for an emergency contact (someone who is not traveling with you)
6. Credit card to use for onboard expenses