Visa Information &
Frequently Asked Questions

Visa FAQs

A travel visa is a document issued by a foreign country that provides permission for you to gain entry into that country. To see the travel visa requirements for a specific destination visit VisaCentral's Quick Check

You can apply online or call us for assistance.

For the majority of countries, a travel visa is stamped on, or affixed to, a travel visa page inside a passport. 

If you are not a US passport holder, you must check with the consulate if they require a visa. If the country does, we'll send you your hotel list, flight itinerary (if applicable), and tour itinerary and invoice showing you've paid to travel to this destination.

Within 75 days of travel, a specialist will send you a visa application, hotel list, and tour itinerary.

The speed to process a travel visa varies for each destination country. CIBT can process travel visas for many destinations in as little as a day.

Countries & Vacations that Require a Visa

If you're not sure, ask your Travel Specialist to help you plan for your visa requirements. In certain situations, your specialist will send you the information you need.

However, if you're traveling to any of these countries, a visa will need to be obtained. 

Fortunately, several of these have a very accessible website to apply for a visa. 

  • TurkeyApply for EVisa 
  • IndiaApply for EVisa 
  • Sri LankaApply for EVisa
  • VietnamApply for EVisa
  • CambodiaApply for EVisa
  • Australia: Apply for EVisa
  • New Zealand: Apply for EVisa
  • Belarus: You'll obtain your visa on tour, please be aware that you'll need to bring €60 (Euros) cash and a recent, passport-sized photo
  • Egypt: US Citizens may obtain a single entry 30-day TOURIST VISA on Arrival for a $25 USD fee 
  • Jordan: A single-entry visa is currently required for our programs. You'll obtain a visa on arrival in Jordan, please be aware that you'll need to bring JOD 40 per person; credit cards are accepted and there is an ATM where you can obtain local currency to pay for your visa.