Identification and documentation requirements are determined by your citizenship and by the countries you will be traveling to, through or from. Travelers who are unable to provide required documentation may be denied boarding without compensation, detained, and/or deported at their own cost. If you are unsure of your travel requirements, please contact the embassy or consulate of the countries you are traveling from, through and to.
General requirements are outlined below:
Passports: All International travelers will need a valid passport. The countries you are traveling to or transiting through might have passport restrictions in place. These often include but are not limited to: the validity period of passport, the number of free pages, restrictions on countries previously visited, or even restrictions on recognizing or allowing visits from citizens of certain countries.
Additional Documents: In addition to a passport, the countries you are traveling to or transiting through may also require additional documentation such as entry, exit or transit visas, return or onward ticket, financial guarantees or even notarized documents.