Here are some really useful websites with information that will help you prepare for many of our trips. Note: Although we find these sites to be useful and accurate, we are not associated with any of them and thus not responsible for any misinformation, nor any products or services offered by them.
Time in different cities and time zones around the world.
Find out the typical weather anywhere in the world for any time of the year.
Typical water temperature at different locations year round.
The latest information on specific countries warnings and immunization from the United States Center for Disease Control and World Health Organization.
Sunrise and sunset times anywhere in the world on any given date.
A moon calendar showing exactly what the moon will look like every night. Very useful for our night activities.
Enter your flight info and find out the luggage allowance for your flight.
Find out the voltage info and what kind of adapter you need for the country you are visiting.
Currency Conversion to convert the value of one currency into another for most of the world’s major currencies:
A few videos showing you how to best dress for extreme cold temperatures for our Arctic and Antarctic trips.
A webstore that specializes in clothes for extreme cold
General information on every country in the world.
U.S. citizens will require a passport, valid for at least six months from the date of departure, for our international tours. Trips to certain countries may require a visa as well. See the Passport and Visa Requirements section of the detailed itinerary document for your tour to determine the exact requirements. If you need a visa, please contact the country’s consulate office nearest to you.
Be sure to check the expiration date and physical condition of your passport and verify the travel document requirements with the consulates of the countries you are planning to visit during your trip.
As of January 31, 2008, a valid passport is required for all U.S. citizens (including infants and children) traveling by air, land or sea to and from Canada, Mexico, Central, and South America, Bermuda and the Caribbean (excluding Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands).
International guests who plan to take one of our trips in the U.S. will need a passport and visitors from certain countries may need a visa as well. Please discuss this with us at the time of booking.
Here are some helpful websites:
The latest official information for travelers, including requirements, advisories, etc., from the United States Department of State.
Official information from the United States Department of State, including guidelines and advisories.
The latest information on COVID-19 from the United States Center for Disease Control and World Health Organization.
Read the entire 1000 Treks COVID-19/Coronavirus policy here: