It is the responsibility of the traveler to gather information about and obtain required travel documents, visas and travel authorizations (as applicable) needed for entry into the destination country. This includes, but is not limited to, ESTA for travel to the USA, eTA for travel to Canada and eTV for travel to India.
Traveling in Europe
Citizens of the United States with a valid U.S. Tourist passport (blue passport) can travel within the Schengen Area for a maximum of 90 days without having to apply or obtain a Schengen visa for short-term tourism or a business trip.
Traveling to the USA? It is a requirement of the US Department of Homeland Security for all passengers eligible to travel under the Visa Waiver Program to apply for an Electronic System Travel Authorisation (ESTA).
Passengers traveling to Canada must apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). This includes those with a study/work permit. Exceptions include: Canadian citizens or dual Canadian citizens, Canadian permanent residents, or U.S. citizen. (However, lawful permanent residents of the U.S. need an eTA if traveling by air.) We always recommend getting an eTA before booking your flight to Canada.
Visitors traveling to India need to apply for a visa in advance, with two options available: Regular visa and e-visa. The type of visa depends on the passenger‘s nationality. Please remember to print a paper copy of your e-visa. We advise our passengers to seek information from Indian authorities about travel documents and requirements before entering India.
Traveling to Israel?
You don’t need a visa to enter Israel as a tourist. Visitors are entitled to remain in Israel up to three months from the date of their arrival, in accordance with the conditions of the visa issued to them. Visitors intending to work in Israel must submit a request to the Ministry of the Interior for a special visa.