Photo by: Katherine Feng
Location: Beijing China
We’ve compiled helpful links to assist you in preparing for your trip.
Travel insurance is a great way to protect your travel investment. By choosing to offer travel insurance, your travel agent is providing you a financial safety net for most unforeseen inconveniences.
We recommend Allianz (Access America), use referral code: F029337. Learn more
Medical Air Evacuation
Unlike other evacuation services, MedjetAssist lets you decide which hospital will be your final destination. Plus, there’s no medical necessity clause. If you are hospitalized, we’ll be there for you — regardless of the nature of your illness or injury. Compare the difference between MedjetAssist and other plans.
Domestic air medical evacuation averages $10,000 to $20,000, and internationally, it can exceed $75,000. But not with the medical evacuation service of MedjetAssist. As a member, if you are ever hospitalized 150 miles or more away from home, MedjetAssist will arrange for a medically equipped and staffed aircraft to pick you up and fly you to the hospital of your choice — at no additional charge. No transportation cost limitations. No pre-existing condition exclusions. Just peace of mind each and every time you travel. Use referral code: SL046. Learn more
Passport, Travel Visa, Customs, ACS, CDC
Need a passport? Contact the U.S. Dept. of State. Learn more
Need a travel visa? You can search online for various countries that offer travel visas, Travisa is one example. Learn more
What can you bring back with you? Check out the U.S. Customs and Border Protection information center. Learn more
The State Department’s Office of American Citizens Services and Crisis Management (ACS) administers the Consular Information Program, which informs the public of conditions abroad that may affect their safety and security. Country Specific Information, Travel Alerts, and Travel Warnings are vital parts of this program. Learn more
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is your online source for health information. Learn more
What is your US dollar worth at your next destination? Check out XE currency conversion. Learn more
ElectricalOutlet.org provides a guide to some important issues when deciding to use your electrical appliances in another country. It includes a table describing electrical systems worldwide, illustrations of electrical plugs you may run across, advice on using your computer and other general advice that you may find helpful. Finally, there is a list of sources for electrical travel accessories. Learn more
Check out Thriftbooks.com for maps, travel books, historical, cultural readings. Learn more
Check out your next destination for the latest weather at Weather.com. Learn more
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