It is important to be prepared and to expect the unexpected wherever in the world you may be. By preparing carefully you can prevent serious and costly problems for you and your family. In this section you will find helpful information on health and safety, travel documents, baggage, airport security, country advice and more.
Country-specific information on safety and security, local laws and customs, entry requirements, health conditions and other important travel issues.
Includes essential information on understanding travel health and safety risks and preventive measures to take before and during your trip.
Information on passports, visas, international driving permits and a variety of other documents you will need when you travel outside the country.
Tools and tips to help you pack your bags and pass through airport security.
Regularly updated list of wait times at border crossing points for drivers going to the U.S. from Canada
Sign up with the Registration of Canadians Abroad service to stay connected to Canada in case of an emergency abroad or an emergency at home.
All the information you need to travel safely with children, from consent letters to tips on international adoption.
Living abroad can be both rewarding and challenging. Make sure you are informed and prepared before you leave Canada.
A training course to provide travel counsellors with all the resources and information they need to plan safe and enjoyable trips for their clients.
Ordering and reading our wide range of publications is a good first step to a safe and healthy trip abroad.
What we are doing
Policies, acts and regulations
Important information on travel insurance and why you shouldn’t leave the country without it.
What you can bring on a plane
A quick searchable guide to what you can and cannot bring on a plane.
Registration of Canadians Abroad
A free service provided by Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada that keeps you connected to Canada in case of an emergency abroad or at home.
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