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in Zimbabwe, what the currency of Lesotho is
or what the current U.S. Department of State
Travel Requirements are? Use this page as
your resource guide!
U.S. Department of State – Passport
Whether you are
an American citizen traveling abroad or a
foreign citizen traveling to the U.S., get
all the information you need before you head
overseas. This website contains tips for
traveling abroad, passport and visa
applications and document requirements.
Beginning January 23, 2007, ALL
persons, including U.S. citizens, traveling
by air between the United States and
Canada, Mexico, Central and South America,
the Caribbean, and Bermuda will be required
to present a valid passport, Air NEXUS card,
or U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner
Document, or an Alien Registration Card,
Form I-551, if applicable. If you do not
have a passport get it now by clicking
below. If you have a passport make sure it
is up to date.
Passport and Visa information.
Obtain worldwide travel announcements and
CDC Travel Information
This site gives the
Center for Disease Control's
precautions and warnings for travelers.
Universal Currency Converter™, the world's
most popular currency tool, allows you to
perform interactive foreign exchange rate
calculations on the Internet, using live,
up-to-the-minute currency rates.
the easiest of the international time
conversion sites around, ideal in case you
need to know what time it is in Zimbabwe, or
Down-to-earth travel information about our
little corner of the universe. Read
articles, check out the upcoming episode
topics, and navigate your way through one of
the more entertaining sites around.
The Weather Channel
need to know about current weather
conditions and three to five day forecasts
throughout the world.
door-to-door driving directions, detailed
maps, plus helpful travel links.
International Health & Vaccination
of countries and their health requirements
or warnings, plus news articles about
outbreaks and immunizations. Also included
are a geographic travel map and health
Federal Aviation Administration – “Bringing
Safety to America’s Skies”
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is
responsible for the safety of civil
aviation. The FAA issues and enforces
regulations and aircraft standards and
certifies airmen and airports that serve air
carriers. They develop air traffic rules,
assign the use of airspace and control air
FAA Tips on Flying with Children
your little ones safe while flying. Learn
about the importance of using a child
restraint system. It is safer than holding
your child in your lap. Most airlines will
offer discounts of up to 50% for children
less than two years of age.
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