Below are some visa requirements for passengers holding EU passports ONLY. Clients with a non-EU passport should seek advice from the embassy for the country that they will be visiting. It is the responsibility of all passengers to ensure that they have the relevant documents to enter any destination featured in the itinerary. USA - If travelling to the USA you will require an ESTA visa that can be found through a link provided with your invoice: esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/. If you have a criminal conviction within the UK, you will need to contact the USA embassy directly to arrange a visa: 020 7499 9000 Cuba - If travelling to Cuba, you will require a Cuban Visa, which can be purchased from the Cuban Embassy at a cost of £15. Vietnam- For customers travelling to Vietnam for a stay longer than 15 days, a visa is required before you travel and can be purchased through the embassy: vietnamembassy.org.uk. If your stay is for less than 15 days, and you have a UK, Spanish or Italian passport then no visa is required. Note: Please be careful when calculating the time spent in Vietnam as no extension to the visa waiver can be obtained in Vietnam. Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka travellers can obtain a visa on arrival, however we advise to purchase one before travel through: eta.gov.lk/slvisa/ India - You’ll need to get a visa before travelling to India. You can find further information about how to apply on the Indian High Commission website. Holders of passports endorsed ‘British citizen’ who meet the eligibility criteria can apply for an e-Tourist Visa (e-TV) to enter India at certain designated airports. You can find more information about the eligibility criteria on the government of India’s e-Tourist Visa website. Mauritius - Passengers travelling to Mauritius do not need to obtain a visa before arrival. A tourist visa, normally valid for 60 days, will be issued on arrival to holders of valid British passports in possession of return tickets. You must ensure that you have at least one completely blank page in your passport, which is an entry requirement. Maldives - For customers travelling to The Maldives a tourist visa is issued free of charge on arrival for up to 30 days provided they hold a valid ticket to continue their journey out of The Maldives. Bali - When arriving into Bali, passengers are required to purchase a visa in US Dollars. A British citizen visiting Bali can buy a 30-day visa-on-arrival at a cost of US $35. Dominican Republic - Tourists entering Dominican Republic must purchase a Tourist Card upon arrival at a cost of 10USD per person, including children and infants. The card may also be obtained before you go on at the following website: https://www.dgii.gov.do/Tturistaweb/home For all other destinations please check the embassy website for the country you will be visiting.