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Travel Tools & Resources

Safety, Passports & Visas

Don’t get ripped off paying hundreds of dollars for your electronic tourist visas.  Most e-visas cost under $20!  Check here for the official application sites and if you don’t see the ones you need just email or call me for more details.

Travel Advisories

Official up-to-date health & safety advisories for countries around the world.

You can also register your travel itinerary in case of an emergency or disaster situation.

safetravel.govt.nz

Sri Lanka Visa

The official site to apply for an electronic tourist visa for Sri Lanka.  The Sri Lanka ETA is valid for maximum of 30 days, double entry.

eta.gov.lk

USA Visa Waiver

The ONLY official site to apply for your ESTA visa waiver for the United States.  

esta.cbp.dhs.gov

NZ Passport

Apply or renew your passport online, or print out the form to post it in the old-fashioned way.

passports.govt.nz

Vietnam Visa

The official site to apply for an electronic tourist visa for Vietnam.  The Vietnam E-visa is valid for maximum of 30 days, single entry.

evisa.immigration.gov.vn

Canada Visa

The ONLY official site to apply for an ETA visa for Canada.  Required if arriving by air.

canada.ca

Travel Planning Basics

Tours & Activities

Search activities by destination on my Viator partner site.  Book online or contact me to book for you. Low price guarantee, verified reviews.

viator.com

Airline Reviews

Check out and compare the world’s best 100 airlines as voted by travellers

worldairlineawards.com

Airline Seat Maps

Check out and compare passenger reviews, seat maps and in-flight facilities for over 1000 different aircraft.  

seatguru.com

Airline Reviews

Check out and compare the world’s best 100 airlines as voted by travellers

worldairlineawards.com

Dutyfree Allowances

Current limits & restrictions on what you can bring into New Zealand.

customs.govt.nz

Travel Tip: Planning Accommodation

Finding the best holiday accommodation for your getaway used to be a simple matter of walking into a travel agent’s office and picking a hotel from a brochure.  While that’s still an option, there are now so many alternatives you can easily become overwhelmed with choices.

I’ve put together my top tips as an industry insider, and asked a few of my favourite travel bloggers to share theirs too.  

More Travel Tips

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