Get a check-up from your dentist and from your doctor if you have any regular medication or chronic illness. I know it’s tempting to leave it all to the last minute – don’t! Many vaccines don’t take effect until two weeks after you’ve been immunised, so visit a doctor four to eight weeks before departure. Ask your doctor for an International Certificate of Vaccination (otherwise known as the yellow booklet), which will list all the vaccinations you’ve received. Find more details under Healthcare.
Passport & Visa
You must have a passport for travelling abroad. Visa requirements vary from country to country. To quickly check if the country you are visiting requires visa's and or specific passport requirement click here.
There are so many types of coverage and policies to be aware of when you are looking for the right travel insurance, and prices vary so drastically that it is difficult but really important to make the right choice. Please check here for more details.