Travel to the united states
North America offers a vast extension of places to discover, from the multiculturalism of the different American states and their routes full of charm, to the natural beauty of Canada, or the thousand and one colors of Mexico, to highlight just a few qualities.
Whether you are planning a trip to the American West Coast, which includes the states of California, Oregon, Alaska and Hawaii among others, to the East Coast (which includes New York among others), to Canada or to Mexico, North America offers an unparalleled experience for any traveler.
It should be noted that it is advisable to take out travel insurance before traveling in North America, as health care is generally private and the costs can be very high.
We also recommend choosing a travel insurance that not only covers medical expenses, but also offers luggage coverage, as well as other services that will be very useful such as trip extension or repatriation due to illness, among others.
Requirements to travel to the united states
Thinking of visiting this beautiful continent? Don’t start traveling through South America without reading these tips, recommendations and curious facts. They will be very helpful when planning your trip.
Not everything that the media tells us about South America is like that Not everything that comes out in the mass media is as they want to make it look. It is sad to see how there are so many -so many- people who stop traveling to South America because of the preconceptions generated by the information we receive, what is true is that you have to take more precautions than when traveling in Europe, Asia or Oceania, so we recommend: Bon voyage!
The U.S. State Department has implemented its new travel warning classification for various countries and regions. At the same time, it has launched a first list in which numerous changes are observed in which Latin American countries are protagonists. In fact, the Latin American and Caribbean region is one of those with the most orange and yellow zones, categories 2 and 3 of the new system, which imply “reconsider travel (cat. 3) or “exercise increased caution” (cat. 2).
Any traveler suffering from a chronic illness should carry the necessary medication for the entire duration of the trip. All medications, especially those requiring a prescription, should be carried in hand luggage in their original containers with visible labels. As a precaution against loss or theft, it is advisable to carry medication in duplicate in checked baggage. The traveler should carry with him/her the name and contact details of his/her physician along with other travel documents, and information on his/her medical condition and treatment, as well as details of the medication (including generic names of medications) and prescribed dosages. This information should also be kept in electronic format so that it can be retrieved remotely (e.g. in a secure database). It is also necessary to carry a physician’s report, certifying the need for medication or other medical supplies (e.g. syringes) carried by the passenger, which may be requested by customs officials and/or security personnel.