Trip Planner - Plan a Holiday Today
Though without doubt an exciting task, planning a trip overseas can be also be overwhelming and somewhat stressful. Our planning tools and advice are intended to help you get the full enjoyment of your holiday, with no nasty surprises or unexpected hiccups along the way.
The first thing you need to have in order is your passport. Your passport must have no less than six months validity remaining on the date that you enter a country, and must not be damaged in any way, as it is possible to be refused entry based on a damaged passport.
You will also need to investigate whether the country or countries you are intending to visit require entry visas. And it is imperative that when planning your trip, you research the various insurance policies and then choose the most adequate travel insurance for yourself. You will need to find suitable insurance that will cover you for the duration of your trip and for the country or countries you are visiting.
Luggage allowances are another important piece of information required in the planning of a trip. You need to consider how much luggage you can take both as carry-on and checked-in luggage. Contact your airline for their guidelines as allowances vary from airline to airline and country to country. It's also important to be aware of customs regulations for the country you are visiting, so you know what you can and can't carry.