YOU’VE BOOKED! WHAT’S NEXT?
Dates on the visa will be listed as Day/Month/Year. Please visit the Embassy’s website for full information and step-by-step instructions prior to your travel.
Please make sure you have a valid passport through at least 6 months after your return to the U.S.
Visit the U.S. Passports & International Travel for more information on your passport.
If you are in the New York City or Washington, D.C. areas, you may go in person to the embassies, missions, or consulates.
No one PLANS for the unexpected to happen, yet when it does there is peace of mind of knowing you’re covered. We strongly recommend all participants acquire comprehensive traveler’s insurance for all tours with Off Season Adventures, LLC. We have proudly partnered with Trawick International for our traveler’s insurance coverage.
If you have questions before you purchase (or after) Trawick’s friendly and knowledgeable customer service representatives are available to assist you. All Trawick plans come with a 24/7 worldwide travel assistance service, that will be there for you whenever you may need it once travel begins. For questions, please call (888) 301-9289, or click here for more ways to get in touch.
3-IN-1 Travel Protection:
- For US residents traveling within the US
- DOES NOT INCLUDE Emergency Medical & Accident Expense
- DOES INCLUDE Emergency Medical Evacuation coverage
- Purchase within 14 days of initial trip deposit to receive Pre-Existing Medical Condition Waiver
- Affordable—5% of total trip cost
Single Trip Travel Protection:
- For US residents, up to 80 years old, traveling within the US and abroad
- Purchase within 10 days of initial trip deposit to receive Pre-Existing Medical Condition Waiver
- Up to $75,000 in emergency medical coverage available
Multinational Travel Protection:
- For non-US citizens, up to 79 years old, traveling outside their home country but not to the United States
- Purchase within 30 days of final trip payment to receive Pre-Existing Medical Condition Waiver
- $50,000 —$1,000,000 in PRIMARY emergency medical coverage
- Political Evacuation coverage included
What to Pack?
- Try to pack as light as you can- carry on luggage only, if possible
- Camera/film/storage cards/batteries/zoom lenses
- Cell phone/battery charger/power adapter
- Walking/Hiking shoes
- Video camera/batteries, tapes, power adapter
- Cosmetic supplies/comb/brush
- Dental supplies/deoderant
- First aid supplies
- Glasses/contact lenses and cleaning supplies
- Insect repellent
- Anti-itch cream
- Medicines/vitamins, prescriptions/allergy pills
- Razor/shaving cream
- Shampoo/conditioner and styling supplies
- Sunglasses, suntan lotion, sunscreen
- Addresses and stamps for postcards
- Credit/ATM cards/Money belt/Wallet
- Foreign Currency (USD can be used in most places)
- Health Card/Insurance
- Visa information
- Pen and paper
- Phone card/Phone Numbers
- Picture ID/Driver’s license
- Reading material/Tour books
- Vaccination certificate
- Talk to your doctor about any vaccinations or medications during your trip
- Read recommendations on the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Before You Leave…
- Advise family of itinerary
- Arrange lodging for pets
- Clean/set refrigerator
- Have post office hold mail
- Leave key
- Put extra jewelry in safe deposit box
- Set heat or air conditioning
- Set timers and lights
- Turn off ice maker
- Unplug major appliances
- Water plants
- Obtain all travel documents
Have any other questions? Contact us here!
- U.S. Department of State (Provides country information)
- Tanzania Embassy (Provides country information on Tanzania)
- Nepal Embassy (Provides country information on Nepal)
- Tunisia Embassy (Provides country information on Tunisia)
- U.S. Passports & International Travel- Traveler’s Checklist(Items to read through before traveling internationally)
- Travel Alerts (Safety & Security notifications)
- Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (Enroll your trip with the U.S. Embassy)