Pearse

Pearse

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    Do I need a visa to enter New Zealand from United States?

    Hi Nicolette, For holders of US passports you can get a visa waiver (on arrival at the airport) provided you are staying for less than 3 months and have proof of onward travel (a ticket out of the country). https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country/new-zealand.html https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/options/visit/explore-visitor-visa-options Hope that helps over 3 years ago

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    South America / Australia/ Bali / new Zealand

    Hi Foy, Couple pricing for World Nomads should be the same as 2 individual policies (assuming same trip information and personal details). Family pricing can sometimes be slightly higher to account for children, this difference can depend on your country of residence. If you have a specific question regarding price differences, contact us through this page and we can answer you directly: https://www.worldnomads.com/contact-us Thanks! Pearse World Nomads almost 4 years ago

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    Travelling with family

    Hi Susie, Where is the family travelling? You might want to set the location for the question, or give some more information on places you will be visiting so that people can help. almost 4 years ago

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    As a female Backpacker traveling alone to SEA, What are the main places I should avoid?

    Hi Claudia, Interesting way to frame a question! If you aren't into the tourist/party scene I'd say avoid the night time areas of major cities (like Kao San Road in Bangkok or Patong in Phuket), party islands like Koh Phangan, or the main beach area of Sihanoukville in Cambodia. Thailand has a higher number of these kind of areas, probably due to its longer exposure to tourism. Some places I'd recommend are the north of Thailand (around Chiang Mai) and south coast near Krabi, Luang Prabang in northern Laos or Angkor Wat in Cambodia. While these are still fairly common tourist areas I found them to be less party-centered when I was there. almost 4 years ago

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    Best countries/cities to combine with Italy for couple (45 yrs) on relaxing/romantic 2 week holiday? Reasonably priced too pls!

    Hi Colleen, Given your time frame it really depends on if you're going to the north or south of Italy. Florence/Turin are great cities to visit with more than enough to do for 2 weeks. If you'd rather visit other countries you could go to Trieste and make side trips to Venice, Padua, Slovenia or Croatia. Hope that helps! almost 4 years ago

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    I am planning to travel Europe I wanna know all the details on how to get a visa?

    As with all visa requirements and processes, this will really depend on your passport. Aussies and Americans can usually enter for tourism purposes for up to 3 months without a visa, but check your government's website to confirm. For other countries it could be different but usually you can find this info on any official govt. site. almost 4 years ago

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    Visa requirements for an Australian citizen traveling in Thailand

    Hi Jerindi, With an Aussie passport you can enter thailand for 30 days if flying in (internationally) or 15 if crossing the border by land. I've done both myself but the Aus Govt. site confirms as well; https://smartraveller.gov.au/countries/thailand Have a great trip! almost 4 years ago

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    WN recommends downloading the Aurigma software for uploading photos to a journal -- seems to be somewhat expensive ($249) -- fr

    Hi Bill, The Aurigma image uploader has been a free download in the past, if it's now a paid-for product I'd suggest using the alternative uploader (although it does restrict you to 6 photos at a time). We're currently reviewing the system so we may change software in the future. Cheers, Pearse World Nomads almost 4 years ago