Make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months (from the date you arrive back into the country) and that your travel consultant has a copy of your passport.
Have you checked if you need a visa/s for the country/s you are travelling to?
CLICK HERE to check.
Ensure The Adventure Traveller has your overseas contact details so they can be advised to the airline/s.
CLICK HERE to register your details with the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT).
Ensure you have all necessary immunisations and evidence of such if required.
CLICK HERE to contact the Travel Doctor.
Be aware of items possibly restricted in the country/s you are travelling to and also when you return to Australia.
CLICK HERE to check guidelines for carry-on baggage
CLICK HERE for items you can’t take on a plane
CLICK HERE for duty free guidelines
CLICK HERE for information about travelling with powders, liquids, aerosols and gels
*Vouchers are valid for use as per dates specified. They are not valid for use on domestic, Trans Tasman or Pacific Island Flights and must be used on a package booking – inclusive of air and land (ie hotels and/or tours). Vouchers are non-transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash.
Is a must! Do you have yours yet? Your consultant can help you or if you prefer, you can CLICK HERE to organise your policy.
Make a copy of all your travel documents to take with you. Leave a copy with family or friends as well.
It is essential you research the guidelines on how to travel with medications overseas.
CLICK HERE to learn more.
Ensure you are aware of weight limits for your flight and that you adhere to restrictions for packing liquids, aerosols and gels.
Ensure you have organised foreign currency and/or access to funds whilst travelling.
Your consultant can help you organise your currency, so please ask if you require assistance.
CLICK HERE for a handy site to help you plan.