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Travel Advisories


Just as destination guides are essential for trip planning, travel advisories are a requirement for the international traveler. U.S. citizens planning international travel are strongly urged to read the Travel Warnings and Consular Information Sheets issued by the U.S. Department of State. A Travel Warning is issued when the State Department decides, based on all relevant information, to recommend that Americans avoid travel to a certain country or region. Countries where travel avoidance is recommended will have posted Travel Warnings as well as Consular Information Sheets available.

Travel Health Warnings and Travel Health Precautions are posted by the Centers for Disease Control for countries or locations within a country where a known health threat is present. The CDC may also issue advisories for locations within the U.S. when appropriate.


Follow links to the right to learn more about travel advisories, consular information sheets, health advisories and travel health information. At the left margin, Related Links address topics of interest pertaining to travel safety, travel security and other security, consumer protection and travel issues. View our Travel & Getaways SiteMap for a list of our travel topics. View the Security & Consumer Protection SiteMap for a complete list of security and consumer protection topics.


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