U.S. Citizens must adhere to the following:
Proper travel documentation is required at departure and throughout the trip, and is the
individual responsibility of the traveler to have the proper documentation to travel. Any
guest traveling without proper documentation will be denied travel by the carrier.
ALL United States citizens traveling outside of the United States must produce proof of
citizenship in the form of a valid passport.
NOTE: At this time the government is also processing passport ID cards which are
different than actual passport books and do not work for all types and destinations of
travel. So please read carefully the difference between the card and passport book.
Children: All guests 16 years of age and older must provide an official photo I.D.
(government issued) and a passport.
NOTE: If a child (under 18) is traveling with only one parent or no parent outside of the
U.S. borders, then a certified permission letter from the birth parent or legal guardian
must accompany the child.
Refer to the U.S. State Department
Travel Information website for more information.
Canadian citizens, in general, must have a valid passport.
U.S. Resident Aliens need an Alien resident Card and an applicable passport.
Resident Aliens and Aliens must contact the appropriate consulate, U.S. Embassy and U.S.
Immigration office to inquire about necessary travel documentation.
Non-U.S. citizens should check with the visiting country/s requirements.
The vendors assume no responsibility for advising the guest of immigration requirements.
As previously advised, failure to comply with this important security
measure will result in the traveler being denied boarding at departure if
he or she lacks proper documentation. No refund would be provided.
No exceptions will be made.