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Last year, a good friend took an international trip with a two-stop flight itinerary. Afterwards, he reflected on how beat up he felt when it was over: "Adding that third airport into the mix seemed to add a ton of extra travel this year; it was CONTINUE




We would like to provide you with the most recent travel documentation requirements. Proper travel documentation is required at embarkation and throughout the cruise. Even though a guest has completed registration with their cruise line, it is still the responsibility of the guest to bring all required travel documents. Guests should check with their travel agent, and/or government authority to determine the travel documents necessary for each port of call. Any guest without proper documents will not be allowed to board any vessel and no refund of the cruise fare will be issued. Garzmax nor the Cruise Line you are traveling with assumes no responsibility for advising guests of proper travel documentation.



We highly recommend all guests travel with a passport valid for at least six months beyond completion of travel. Although a passport is not required for U.S. citizens taking cruises that begin & end in the same U.S. port, traveling with a passport enhances their disembarkation experience, as delays may be expected upon their return to the U.S. if they do not have one. Additionally, passports make it easier for them to fly from the U.S. to a foreign port should they miss their scheduled port of embarkation, or need to fly back to the U.S. for emergency reasons. The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) allows U.S. citizens (including children) sailing on cruises that begin and end in the same U.S. port to travel with one of the following WHTI compliant documents:

* Valid U.S. Passport
* Original or suitable quality copy of a Birth Certificate
* Certificate of Naturalization
* Passport Card
* Enhanced Driver’s License (EDL)
* Trusted Traveler Program Membership Card, e.g., Nexus Card, Sentri Card or Fast Card

A government-issued photo ID is also required for all guests, including children 16 and over. For more information, a complete list of WHTI-compliant documents or to obtain a passport application, visit


Sailings from Canada or to Canadian Ports of Call:

U.S. Citizens require a valid passport or WHTI compliant documents.

Europe, Hawaii and Transatlantic Cruises:

U.S. citizens must have a valid passport.

U.S. Alien Residents and Non-U.S. Citizens:

U.S. Alien Residents require a valid Alien Resident Card and/or passport (depending on itinerary) to travel on all Carnival cruises. Non-U.S. citizens require a valid machine readable passport and a valid, unexpired U.S. Multiple Re-entry Visa, if applicable, to travel on all Carnival cruises. Guests are advised to check with their travel agent or appropriate government authority to determine the necessary documents, including a Schengen/ or Croation Visa necessary for European cruises

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Please Read these Comments left by others about Children Traveling out of the US.  These are comments from people off of FaceBook. Names have been omitted for personal reason.
Comment 1:
We recently traveled and my kids took friends to Jamaica, upon arrival we had to present notarized letters to the officials showing we had permission to take the kids on vacation with us.

Comment 2: from another travel agent and her friend:
I have a client who is MARRIED with the same last name as her children traveling with her but without her husband. I told her to get the notarized letter of consent to take "HIS" children out of the country. She argued with me. Said "Do I really need it?" I kept saying YES. Two days before we left, she took her husband to the bank and had him notarize a letter. We arrive at the port and she is in the line next to me - guess what is the first thing they ask for after she hands them her documents - "Where is the letter from the child's father giving you permission to take his children out of he country?" She yells at me "Hey Michele, they are asking for my letter!" :) I said "I TOLD YOU SO!" It might not happen on EVERY occasion, but it DOES HAPPEN.