KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
This pamphlet was prepared to answer many of the most frequently asked questions regarding international travel on our tours. Information provided in the pamphlet includes everything from photography and foreign currency exchange to motion sickness and baggage sizes and limitations. It is a “must –read” for the seasoned and unseasoned travelers.
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Travel insurance is designed to provide our pilgrims with pertinent insurance information to assure they have travel, life, and medical coverage while journeying abroad. As many insurance plans do not cover international travel, a reasonably priced fee is charged.
Travelers who pay the insurance premium should take the pamphlet (mailed to you) on their journey. Valid for legal U.S. and Canadian citizens/residents.
Processing applications for passports can take up to 8 weeks. Once an individual decides to register for a pilgrimage, it is recommended that the application be submitted as soon as possible.. Applications and requirements are available at your local U.S. Post Office or County Courthouse. In most countries it is necessary for your passport to be valid for six months after departing the country you visit.
Non-U.S. citizens need their non-U.S. passports to be valid with multiple re-entry visas and a valid photo. In addition, non-U.S. citizens need a valid alien registration card with photo. It is necessary for visas to be obtained directly from the consulate(s) of the country(s) you will be visiting. Visas must be obtained in advance from each country’s consulate prior to departure. More specific information is available after registration.