Tag Archive: visas

Jun 15

Everything you need to know about San Jose International Airport, Costa Rica

      Juan Santamaria Airport (SJO) is the main airport of Costa Rica and the port of entry through which most tourists and locals begin their passage. The airport is on the small scale but it is inspiringly clean, well run and greatly organised. It does have many connections to and from the United States …

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Jun 04

Do I need a tourist visa for my destination? What about for transit? Here is everything you need to know about it.

  Visas are certainly one of the more complicated and least enjoyable parts of the travel process. As travel bloggers we’ve dealt with more than our fair share of these documents and we know it can be even more difficult and frustrating for others based on nationality and rules.

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Apr 10

Where can U.S. Citizens get a Visa for Turkey?

Passport requirements: United States citizens entering Turkey for tourism need to purchase a visa in order to enter. The tourist visa is good for up to 90 days and it requires an original, signed passport valid for 6 months beyond stay in Turkey, with at least one blank visa page available for a Turkey visa stamp. Amendment …

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Mar 23

Visa requirements to enter Bolivia. Tourist visa on arrival to Bolivia

  Many do not need a tourist visa to enter Bolivia, and immigration formalities at airports or land crossings are normally simple. Citizens from United States are required to have Tourist Visa to enter the country.

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Oct 16

Visa regulations to enter Brazil and notes on the need for a transit visa on Brazil

Many countries can enter Brazil for tourism purposes for up to 90 days without the need of a tourist visa. This is the list of countries that can enter Brazil without visa but this information is for reference only, you should always confirm it with your nearest consulate

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