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Travel Requirements

*Please contact a TIDI travel agent if you have any questions regarding travel requirements before you book.

All U.S. citizens are required to have a valid passport to enter and/or re-enter the U.S. via air transportation. We strongly suggest that you apply for your passport at your earliest possible convenience, so that you can take advantage of special deals at the time that they are available. No one is exempt from the passport requirement – all member of the family, including infants, must have a valid passport to travel to/from the Caribbean, Mexico, and Costa Rica as well as other international destinations. Please allow at least 6 weeks for passport processing.

Parents & Minors
A single parent traveling with minor children or minor children traveling alone must have additional documentation on all international flights. A parent traveling with minors (under 18) or a minor traveling alone, must carry notarized permission from both parents including non-traveling parent(s), or notarized copy of deceased parent’s death certificate, or “sole custody” or “Father Unknown” documents. At time of printing, Dominican Republic law requires that children under 18 on the day of departure traveling with an adult or guardian other than their parent, present a written, notarized authorization letter from the parent(s) giving consent for the minor to leave the country. In addition, a photo ID is required for anyone 14 years of age or older.

Non – U.S. Citizens
Non U.S. citizens, to include permanent resident card (U.S. Green Card) holders, must check with the consulate of their intended destination, U.S. authorities and the air carrier(s) to obtain information on required documentation for entry to the destination and re-entry to the U.S. Non U.S. citizens must consult with the appropriate consulate to determine if any visas are needed. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in denied boarding.

Subject to Change
The above information regarding documentation is subject to change. It is the participant’s responsibility to obtain current requirements needed for your carrier and destination. Passengers denied boarding, entry or re-entry due to lack of proper documentation will not be entitled to a refund.