Travel Information & Tips

Preparation is the key to a successful trip. To minimize the chance of something going wrong, we have a few suggestions for you.

  1. Make sure you and your family members have a valid passport, and that it is valid for 6 months after your return.

    Canadian Residents
    US Residents

  2. Make photocopies of your passport’s identification page and of your identification cards, and keep the copies separate from the originals when you travel. Leave a copy of your itinerary with someone at home so they can contact you in case of an emergency.
  3. There are restrictions on what you can take on-board the aircraft:

    Canadian Residents
    US Residents

  4. Foreign entry requirements:

    Canadian Residents
    US Residents

  5. You need a visa to enter certain countries. Check this site for which ones, and the rules:

    Calgary office
    US Residents

  6. You may need shots or inoculations or preventative medicine a month or two before your departure.

    Travel Vaccines
    Public Health Agency News

  7. Take time to learn about the political, environment of your destination:

    Travel Reports and Warnings

  8. Do not display large amounts of money or expensive jewellery in public; use a money belt or a case with concealed sections for valuables.
  9. A person of less than 18 years that travels alone or with one parent, or another adult, must be provided with documentation certifying that both parents have authorized the trip.

    Travelling with Children
    Consent Letter

  10. ENJOY YOUR TRIP!......If there are questions that have not been answered in the above, please contact your booking agent for more details.