Information for International Travelers*
The following links are to PDF documents that contain information on common issues that arise for travelers that plan to travel outside the United States. Adobe Reader or a similar PDF view is required to view these files.
- Accident Prevention While Traveling Abroad
- Food and Water Safety While Traveling Abroad
- Mosquito/Malaria/Insect Precautions While Traveling Abroad
- Post Travel Period
- U.S. Department Of State – Travel Tips
- International Traveler’s Health Kit
- International Traveler’s Health and Emergency Evacuation Insurance
Here are some additional resources for tips on traveling:
- A Traveler’s Guide To Preparing, Maintaining and Securing Your Home
- Comprehensive Travel Checklist for Preparing for a Trip
- Your Home Safety and Security Checklist
- Travel Safety Tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics
- 10 Tips for Traveling with Young Kids
- A guide to International Airline Breastfeeding Policies by Continent
- Traveling: Should Your Pet Stay or Go?
- Expert Travel Tips for Pet Parents
- Tips for Traveling with Disabilities
Recommendation: If you are planning to travel outside of the United States, you should consult with your healthcare provider as soon as possible, even if you consider yourself ‘healthy’. Vaccines and travel medications maybe recommended or required to help prevent contracting potentially serious diseases while you are visiting some countries.
*The content of this page is NOT a substitute for consulting your healthcare provider about international travel. The content of this page is reviewed periodically and is subject to change as new health information becomes available. The information in these handouts is intended to inform and educate and is not a replacement for medical evaluation, advice, diagnosis or treatment by a healthcare professional. It is advised that all people of any age consult a healthcare professional prior to traveling outside the U.S.A.