Your Questions, Answered
Do I need Travel Insurance?
Overall, travel insurance is meant to protect you against unforeseen travel misfortunes. If you need to cancel your trip, missed connections, cancelled flights, getting sick or injured during your travel, lost or stolen luggage, and medical emergencies are just some of the reasons to consider our travel protection plans.
How do I know what trip is right for me?
Having a private free consultation with a expert is a proven way to unlock the perfect travel experience for you.
Your vacation is our business, and we pride ourselves on matching your needs and travel goals with a travel experience that will exceed your expectations. Let us help create a customized journey, just for you.
How do I find out about Visa requirements?
U.S. citizens do not need a U.S. visa for travel, however, when planning travel abroad may need a visa issued by the embassy of the country they wish to visit. When planning travel abroad, learn about country visa requirements by visiting this link,
Country Specific Travel Information to get more information.
How do I find out about Passport requirements?
As of late 2017, you'll need to bring your passport for every foreign country you intend to visit, including Canada and Mexico.
U.S. territories—Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and North Mariana Islands—are not foreign countries and therefore do not require you to have a passport. You also need a U.S. passport to enter back into the United States from any foreign country, so make sure you keep it with you (or locked up) at all times while you're traveling. From January 22, 2018, depending on which state you are departing from, you may be required to show a passport to fly domestically, due to the REAL ID Act implemented by the department of Homeland Security. Please click this link to find out more... REAL ID Act
What is the REAL ID Act for 2018?
From January 22, 2018, depending on which state you are departing from, you may be required to show a passport to fly domestically, due to the REAL ID Act implemented by the department of Homeland Security. Please click this link to find out more... REAL ID Act NOTE: DHS is currently reviewing extension requests from states with extensions that expired on October 10, 2017. DHS will update this page as these reviews are completed and new extensions are granted.